Archive for the ‘Food’ Category


Malaysia is mostly known for its street food (meals cooked on the street to either eat on the spot or takeaway). The flavours reflect the country’s multicultural heritage with a feast of Chinese, Indian, Malay and many other types of cuisine. While I am given the Samsung Galaxy S4 Zoom for a month to try out, I took the opportunity to capture some of the street food that I’ve eaten throughout places like Kuala Lumpur, Malacca, Penang, and so on. This post isn’t much about words but rather letting pictures taken by #mys4zoom speak by itself.

Enjoy the delicious pictures, and sorry if you’re reading this at midnight :p

There are plenty more pictures, but I think I’ll take up a lot of your internet bandwidth. I’ve personally submitted them all to the #mys4zoom campaign page on Facebook to be part of Joe Flizzow’s new music video, Havoc. You should check it out too and submit your pictures to the page, for more info:

See ya!


Sunway Putra Hotel (formerly known as The Legend Hotel) is graded for its value for service, hence does not come cheap but certainly worth the price paid. The Japanese Restaurant (formerly known as Gen Japanese Restaurant) is certainly the place to be if you’re looking for quality Japanese food with emphasis on taste, presentation, freshness and style.

The Japanese Restaurant

The Japanese Restaurant is a great location; being situated on the 10th floor of Sunway Putra Hotel, it provides a stunning view of Kuala Lumpur’s skyline in its avant-garde restaurant setting. Sushi and sashimi were plated beautifully, the hot dishes were pretty much fusion-nisque as I don’t think they’re all Japanese cuisine, Teppanyaki section was good as you get to pick out the ingredients you want and let the chef do the ‘dirty’ work for you, and they have pretty good selection of fruits, cakes and ice-cream at the dessert section. I didn’t try the cold section though, with the cold soba, udon n other cold dishes, not really a fan of it.

Just give you a taster of what to expect, here is a shortened list on what is offered:

Freshly cut salmon, maguro (tuna), hamachi (yellowtail), cuttlefish, butterfish, oysters, tiger prawns and half shell scallops

Seafood on Ice and Salads
Marinated jellyfish, baby octopus, salmon carpaccio and edamame

Hand rolls
Unagi Roll, California Temaki, Prawn and Avocado Maki, Inari Sushi, Kanimaki, Salmon Mayo Maki, Ebikko Maki, Spider Roll, Vietnamese TemakiAngry Roll, Caterpillar Roll, Dynamite Roll and Volcano Roll

Soups and Hot Sides
Miso soup, gobo supu, chawan mushi

Assorted Tempuras
Seafood and vegetables

Tiger prawns, mussels, chicken, beef strip loin, fish fillets and assorted mushrooms and vegetables

Sanma, saba, oysters, shisamo, quail eggs, sweet corn, unagi, bacon rolls, shiitake and cocktail sausages

Nabemono (claypot)
Seafood and vegetables

Hot Mains
Garlic Fried Rice, Chicken Katsu, Chicken Teriyaki, Stir-fried Black Pepper Udon, Cabbage Rolls, Stuffed Mushrooms, Grilled Stingray with Miso Paste, Stuffed Crabs, Japanese Style Braised Beef with Radish, Grilled Squid with Cheese Sauce, Lamb with Miso Sauce, Braised Beef Balls and Seafood Gyoza, in addition to Yaki Ramen, Yaki Udon (fried noodles) and Yaki Gohan (fried rice)

Pumpkin Pudding, Warabi Mochi, Soybean Cheesecake, Green Tea Ice Cream with Red Bean Paste, Assorted Jellies and Fruit Custards, fresh cut mixed fruits, assortment of French Pastries and oriental-inspired sweets such as the thirst-quenching Longan with Honey Sea Coconut and Snow Fungus andLotus Paste Pancakes.

Green Tea – Hot or Cold

The Japanese Restaurant

The Japanese Restaurant

The Japanese Restaurant

The Japanese Restaurant

The Japanese Restaurant

The Japanese Restaurant

The Japanese Restaurant

The Japanese Restaurant

The Japanese Restaurant

The Japanese Restaurant

If you’re living in KL, The Japanese Restaurant would be one of the quality places where you can partake their Japanese Buffet Dinner, available every Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday, at RM82++ (adult) and RM41++ (child). From tempting appetizers to satisfying desserts from the Land of the Rising Sun, I’m sure the sixty over dishes at The Japanese Restaurant will entice your palate. With a seating capacity of 150 guests and 5 private tatami rooms overlooking a landscaped garden, the place is also popular with Japanese food lovers who would like to have their private occasions/events to be held at The Japanese Restaurant.

Operation hours are from 12 noon – 2.30pm for lunch and 6.30pm – 10.30pm for dinner. The restaurant is closed on Mondays and for lunch on Saturdays, Sundays and Public Holidays. If you’d like to make a reservation, kindly call 03-4042 9888 (ext. 1011) OR email

Just FYI, I Love Discounts will be featuring another deal for The Japanese Restaurant very soon! Stay tuned :)



Celsius Fahrenheit 88

Celsius Restaurant & Bar is conveniently located at the heart of the city @ Fahrenheit88, Bukit Bintang. It’s a place to go for your dine and party needs at the same time. Last week, I Love Discounts invited some of us for a buffet ‘makan-makan’ session @ Celsius Restaurant & BarFahrenheit88.



Fahrenheit 88 Celsius

Celsius Fahrenheit 88

Celsius Fahrenheit88

We were served with their international cuisine buffet meal

International Buffet
International Buffet
International Buffet
International buffet
International Buffet

Apart from that, we also ordered an additional Chocolate Lava which tasted abit like Milo but it’s not bad to be consumed with the ice-cream :)

Chocolate Lava

And guess what, I Love Discounts is offering a deal for Celsius Restaurant & Bar @ Fahrenheit 88, Bukit Bintang KL.

They’re offering 68% off – RM47.40 for Celsius Restaurant & Bar International Buffet (per pax) instead of RM149.

Check out the link above to see what have they got in store for you in the buffet line. For more info, check out their website / facebook / or call them at 03-21453131.


Have you ever tried participating in a marathon? If yes, good for you! But no, I ain’t talking about the usual running marathon; how about a 12-hour food buffet marathon? ;)

Just last weekend, Atrium Cafe of Pyramid Tower Hotel had invited some bloggers to participate in a day out within Sunway in conjunction with their 12-hour marathon buffet promotion. Now let me explain more about the marathon buffet promotion before I get on with whatever happened that day.

So if you’re thinking 12-hour buffet is insane and no one would spend the whole 12-hour in the buffet place, well Sunway Pyramid Tower Hotel‘s Atrium Cafe will explain to you how. Their 12-hour marathon buffet takes place from 11am – 11pm every Sunday and public holidays. No wait, that’s not all. Diners are allowed to go in and out of the place as many times as they wish! Means you may come for breakfast buffet, go for shopping at Sunway Pyramid, come back for lunch, splash around Sunway Lagoon, go have a shower and take a nap at Sunway Hotel, wake up and get ready for dinner, watch a movie and then come back for supper before 11pm! ALL THAT FOR RM68++ ONLY!! Children below the age of 12 are entitled to 50% discount! Now you know where to spend your weekend for a getaway.

So yeah, that’s basically the whole idea of this 12-hour marathon buffet. I was one of the lucky bloggers to experience it and damnnnn, I was pretty satisfied with the food variety offered @ Atrium Cafe. Bang for bucks!

Sunway Atrium

Sunway Pyramid Tower Hotel

Marathon Buffet

Atrium Cafe

Popiah Basah


Buffet Marathon

Sunway Buffet

Ais Kacang

Buffet Dessert

Cake Buffet

Cakes Tarts

The food was pretty good, love the cakes and dessert! Oh did I mention that I also tried out for the wan tan eating challenge? We were served with 200 wantans for those participating in the challenge that day (7 bloggers)! Well, obviously we didn’t finish all 200 lah lol.

Prawn Wan Tan

Watch the video below:

Nahhh, I didn’t win the challenge. But at least I managed to gobble up 20 prawn wantan in 3 minutes! Not the fastest, i know :(

So after our breakfast+lunch, we had a mini pampering massage session for all the bloggers and some of us went on a ‘retail therapy’ shopping walk with the Sunway Pyramid vouchers given to us on that day. We came back for another round of makan later on and headed straight to Sunway Lagoon Extreme Park for Go-Kart session!

Sunway Bloggers

Go Kart

Those who have not tried out Go-Kart, you should go to Sunway Lagoon Extreme Park to try it out. Why? Because the kart cannot speed wan!! It’s a ‘joy-ride go kart’ instead of a ‘racing g0 kart’. If you’re a first-timer, then suitable for you la. For those looking for adrenaline rush, please look elsewhere… try the bungy jump instead or other exciting stuff offered at the Sunway Lagoon Extreme Park.

After our day out at Sunway Lagoon, we went back to Atrium Cafe and had our dinner there as well. Some of us did not stay until supper (like me) so we kinda missed out on some new dishes offered at night. Oh forgot to mention, they replenish the dishes for lunch and dinner. Thus, don’t worry if you think that you’re gonna be eating the same thing for breakfast, brunch, lunch, hi-tea, dinner, supper. :)

Buffet Marathon

Hereby, I’ll mention again…

Marathon buffet starts from 11am – 11pm
Every Sunday / Public Holidays
RM68++ for adults / 50% discount for children aged 12 and below

For reservations, please call +603 7495 1888 OR email OR visit the hotel’s website @

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