Tuesday, November 20, 2018

Holt Restaurant, Reykjavik, Iceland

With walls filled with lovely Icelandic artwork, Holt Restaurant is an elegant venue that offers impressive tasting menus that reflect the island nation's contemporary culinary landscape - cod with cucumber and gazpacho; baby gem with caviar; langoustine with fennel and saffron; Arctic char with avocado and horseradish; lamb with sunchokes and cherries; lamb sweetbread with malted barley; rhubarb with coconut and ginger; and ice cream with chocolate mousse and crumble.


Monday, November 19, 2018

Oh! Ipoh, Bukit Jalil

Ipoh's top temptations take centre stage: The chicken rice relies on kampung chicken freshly brought in from Ipoh and bean sprouts from Buntong (RM11.50 for a portion with thigh and a lovely soup), the kai see hor fun showcases a recipe that's reputedly been served since the early eighties in one of Ipoh's old town kopitiams, prepared with a sweetly mellow, double-boiled soup base (RM11.50 for a special with a side of chicken drumstick meat), the chee cheong fun is silky with kitchen-made curry and plenty of toppings (RM8.90) and the white coffee is potently aromatic (RM4.50 for cold).

Oh Ipoh Cafe
22G, Jalan Jalil Perkasa 15, Aked Esplanade, Bukit Jalil, Kuala Lumpur. 
Open Tuesday-Friday, 1030am-8pm; Saturday-Sunday, 8am-5pm. Tel: 016-201-7000


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Sunday, November 18, 2018

F.R.Copper, Taman Tun Dr Ismail

By Aiman Azri

Honest food to serve a suburban neighbourhood: TTDI's cafe community welcomes a new venue that offers comforting takes on familiar favourites - fish and chips, capably paired with mushy peas and tartar sauce (RM22), tangy Chilean-inflected pasta with plenty of prawns, clams and squid (RM29), burnt cauliflower, its smokiness balanced by the zest of lemon yogurt (RM12), plus speculoos-sprinkled confections stuffed with cream cheese, coconut cappuccinos and much more.

F. R.Copper
117, Jalan Aminuddin Baki, Taman Tun Dr Ismail, 60000 Kuala Lumpur.


Daily, 730am-830pm (kitchen opens 730am-4pm, but is closed all day on Fridays).

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