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A Private Dinner with Chef Roy Wong of Kim Ma

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Master Chef Roy Wong & Ms Aemy Wong

When I received the call to be there for dinner with Chef Roy Wong at Kim Ma, I was left truly excited. It was a dinner that we had planned and was not excuted due to each other’s busy schedule. Well my confession, I usually don’t get much to dine with fabulous Master Chef themselves except attending formal invited dinners and most of time there are not private. That Saturday evening it was a table only for the four of us, with my eating buddy Cleo Chia, Aemy Wong (sister of our famous local actress Aenie Wong), myself and Chef Roy who was in and out of the kitchen cooking for the restaurant customers and us.

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Mei Chi Xuan Restaurant Up Close and Personal with Master Chef Steven Cheng

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Lobster

Known him since I started food blogging and that was nearly five years ago and Master Chef Steven Cheng never fails not to impress me with his series of cooking. The gourmet food that churned out from his kitchen is absolutely speakless and unique. I still remember we used to sit down and explored the food we had indulged, sometimes we even create new dishes. This time I was invited for a private dinner tocelebrate his birthday where his lobster creation was showcased. We have sabu sabu lstyle obster as our grand opening over warm pot of “yuk chok” soup.

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Hong Kong Shell FuelSave Ambassador Moses Chan

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On the 8th July 2011 marked my first time entry of meeting up with superstars from abroad. The invite had myself keep rather cool from the outside but it was freaking heart pumpng from the inside. Arriving early, crashing myself through the heavy city traffic and I got myself tucked standing infront of the podium at Brejaya Time Square was such a great blessing. It was Moses Chan special appearance at this Shell FuelSave Roadshow

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FUKUHARU Hock Choon Terrace

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Sashimi Salmon and Hamachi

We were lucky to have stumbled upon this lovely place for a kaiseki indulge, a traditional multi-course Japanese dinner. The restaurant named Fukuharu located at Hock Choon Terrace along Jalan Ampang. The setting of the terrace was so adorable and it housed three restaurants and a cafe, Fukuharu was one of them. During in the evening this place can be really classic, serene and exclusive, just the right place to host a private dinner and even a romantic dinner.

Our beautifully decorated Mukozuke painted with fresh Yellowtail (Hamachi) and Salmon rolled over with shredded Japanese cucumber was so superb to look at as it was really delicious and all just disappeared in seconds, I wanted more.

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