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Over 200,000 Malaysians Supported McDonald’s Breakfast Day

McDonald’s Breakfast Day Garners Overwhelming Support From Over 200,000 Malaysians

McDonald’s reinforces the importance of breakfast for a great start to a great morning

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McDonald’s Breakfast Day saw McDonald’s opening its doors to offer a FREE Egg McMuffin to the first 1,000 customers at every McDonald’s Breakfast Restaurant nationwide. McDonald’s rally call to all Malaysians to join the movement to make a good breakfast an essential part of a great morning culminated in the resounding success of the McDonald’s Breakfast Day.

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McDonald’s Breakfast Day

Great Mornings Start with a Great Breakfast

Reinforcing the importance of breakfast, 200,000 servings of Free Egg McMuffin will be given out on McDonald’s Breakfast Day this 19th Nov 2012

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taken at McDonald Mutiara Damansara

Breakfast is touted to be the most important meal of the day, providing fuel for the body for a day full of vitality. However, due to the demands of our hectic lifestyles, many of us give breakfast a miss. Reasons varying from ‘no time’, ‘too troublesome’ and ‘watching my diet’ keep many from the one meal that would power-start their day.

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Big Boys Oven Food Trail featured on Sunday Metro

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LAst weekend Sunday, Big Boys were caught up by Sunday Star Metro on food trail at Kepong. It’s awesome that our findings were picked up by the national newspaper here in Malaysia. One of them was Restaurant Woo Ng Kee located Taman Ehsan, Kepong and another Wan Jia Restaurant located ar Taman Wangsa Permai Kepong.

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30 Finest Restaurants Showcase at Malaysia International Gourmet Festival 2010

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The Launch Gambit

The Malaysia International Gourmet festival 2010 (MIGF2010), the 10th successive one in the series, literally swooped down from the skies as five helicopters (courtesy of Eurocopter Malaysia) an landed on Dataran Merdeka (Independence Square) in the very heart of burstling Kuala Lumpur.To the surprise , the helicopters discharged their contents – a multiracial, multinational band of chefs clad in full white regalia! This stunning arrival heralded the spectacular media Launch of the Malaysia International Gourmet Festival 2010.

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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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Mum’s Seafood Noodles House KOTA DAMANSARA

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“The Jewel Hidden in A Suburbia”

That was the thought that came into my mind when I was indulging the taste of the food prepared by Chef Jasmine, the owner of the Mum’s Seafood Noodle House located at Kota Damansara. At the moment it is my mum’s favourite dining place and she loves every dishes created by Chef Jasmine. I always smile at my mum when she crazys of the food prepraed here. :)

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DELECTABLE RAMADHAN BUFFET

I had been breaking fast with some of my muslim friends last week and the restaurants that came to play were awesome and we dine at Eccucino, Flavors Restaurant and Sun & Surf Cafe. Oh by the way we were so lucky, as I am a frequent diner, we get to dine with the chefs at two of the restaurants that we visited. :)
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ALL YOU CAN EAT DIM SUM @ TAI ZI HEEN, PRINCE HOTEL | KL’S BEST HALAL DIM SUM

PRINCE HOTEL AT IT’S BEST

Dim Sum originated from the Cantonese community custom and inextricably link to the Chinese tradition of ‘Yum Cha’ or Chinese drinking tea culture several centuries ago in China. It was then introduce to the west through Chinese immigrants especially during the 19th century.

To touch the heart means Dim Sum is a small tiny dish smaller than tapas is being created to serve as breakfast ny the houswives for their husbands. The ritual of indulging this Dim Sum comes with a delicious aroma tea pot of freshly brewed Chinese tea. The highlight of Dim Sum is their dumplings which is made with full of love, passion and care. Now Dim Sum is served throughout China and Hong Kong is a place famous for Dim Sum.

Dim Sum needs a lot of preparation work and as for Tai Zi Heen, the preparation was done a day ahead, according to Master Chef Ricky Thein. As for this month Tai Zi Heen will be showcasing the art of Dim Sum of Dim Sum Chef Loo Sai Wah which consist of a series of dainty and intricate yet innovative indulgences beyond your imagination.

CHEFS AT WORK AS EARLY AS 6AM
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