The Good As with all soup noodles, the soup is most important. No point giving _banyak lauk_ if the soup is tasteless. Thankfully, Sarawak D’lights did not disappoint. The laksa soup is thick and flavourful, so much so that I finished both bowls of soup. The sambal is also delicious, and adds a little more […]
Unless you’ve been living under a rock the past month, you’d have heard of Vishen Lakhiani of Mindvalley’s video that’s causing this major uproar saying Milo has been lying to you and it’s full of sugar and you should stop drinking it and blah blah blah. Here’s the bottomline of that video: IT’S AN AD.
I really shouldn’t be writing this… those guys rely on tourism dollars to stay afloat. But I guess if you’re searching for tips, you’d haggle anyway, so be kind.
Bloody good beef burger at incredibly affordable prices. Don’t let the simple setup and low walk-in fool you – this place serves a damn good meal.
Quite authentic, like I’m in a casual joint in some unknown street in Tokyo. Their lunch sets seemed pretty affordable at RM15 so I decided to give it a shot.
Wow, this place is pretty. At Jaya One, ground floor, next to The School. It’s a combination of art gallery and coffee place. Ultra Hipster. Ambience-wise, it’s well sealed from the outside so you don’t hear the traffic and outside noise. Absolutely love the high ceilings and artsy feel. We ordered the Dutch Latte […]
I first heard of Go Noodle House on Facebook thanks to their 4 min 30 sec challenge. From a marketer’s standpoint, it’s a brilliant strategy to gain awareness – 4:30 to finish a standard sized bowl of noodles is easy peasy, and it’s free to join. However I feel they wasted a huge opportunity by […]