English afternoon tea @ Newens Tea House

The British tea house, Newens has brought memorable 500 year old Maids of Honor tarts to Malaysia interestingly. They were first found by Tudor King Henry VIII who proclaimed them so delightful the formula was kept mystery for a long time until the point when it was spilled in the Mid-eighteenth century by Palace cook…

Vino-Vino Bistro – KK

We have been in borneo for a week. This was the first place where drinks all came out quickly and our food all came out at the same time. The service was by far the best we have experienced here and the food was very good. You can tell that they make their own pasta….

Ruyi & Lyn

Captivating food is only part of the reason to drop by Ruyi & Lyn. The venue alone is worth checking out and you will feel like a star walking into the restaurant down a spot lit runway. If you are planning for a special celebration or occasion soon, this is one of the places to…

Quivo – Pavilion

The quest for a lovely, lively meal in Pavilion leads us to Quivo, which pulses with the vitality of a vibrant restaurant throughout the peak hours of lunch. Who include regulars seeking a consistent fix of Mediterranean-inspired specialities & mixologist-crafted cocktails, as well as casual shoppers who appreciate the alfresco section that’s perfect for people-watching….

Morganfield’s – Pavilion

Is all about the ribs at Morganfields.  We had two classic rib dishes ; Full Slab Sticky Bones (RM 69.90) smothered with sticky, smoky and distinctive hickory BBQ sauce.  Its all glossy and enticing best eaten with hands, pulling the soft ribs apart easily, generating sheer satisfaction and you get to lick your fingers afterwards….

Minori Japanese Restaurant

Minori’s menu is comprehensive and alluring; offering varieties of Japanese food like salad, sashimi, sushi, yakitori, bento, donburi, udon, soba and etc My favourites were the swordfish, octopus and cuttlefish. I enjoyed the crispy salmon skin that gave a good crunch to the salad and the assorted seafood salad that had a refreshing dressing. The…

Michaelangel Pavillion

Michelangelo’s kitchen is currently helmed by Executive Chef Paolo Pala, who hails all the way from Orroli, a village from the island of Sardinia in the heart of the Mediterranean Sea. With over 50 years of global culinary experience under his belt, that is garnered throughout his invaluable journey, Chef Paolo aims to introduce his…

Magnificent Fish – Changkat

Due to the numerous rave reviews about this place, I went to try it. I ordered the most expensive fish (RM46, I think). I was way way disappointed. The batter was not light and crispy but thick, rubbery and not crispy at all. It didn’t even matter after this whether the fish inside was fresh…

Lunar Bar – KL

Dine al-fresco style by the pool (yes, there is a pool!) at Luna Poolside bar on the lower deck, or step up to Luna Mezzanine on the top floor for an even better view of the city’s skyline. Non-smokers can also choose to dine at the new smoke-free indoor lounge, Cristallo Di Luna, for a…

Little Italy @ Capitol Hotel, Kota Kinabalu

When I said Little Italy is the most loved Italian restaurant here in Kota Kinabalu, I don’t think too many people will object. Little Italy is one of the pioneers in Italian restaurants here in KK, started off as a small pizzeria at Damai Plaza. Last but not least, the Carnivora pizza, with turkey ham,…