Posts Tagged ‘Food and Beverage Promotions’


KRR RED Day

KRR RED Day

The word ‘red’ mainly refers to one of the three primary colours that can be combined to make a whole lot of other colours. Other than it being a bold colour, there is a whole long list of other things that are also associated to the word ‘red’. For example, the colour red is normally associated to feelings of confidence, aggression and dominance. It is also a symbol of passion and anger as well as a symbol of courage and sacrifice. For the Chinese culture, the colour red harbours positive energy and is often made as the main colour in joyous occasions like weddings and Chinese New Year.

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Usher In the New Year with KRR’s Dynasty Chicken

Usher In the New Year with KRR’s Dynasty Chicken

It has become a common thing for most people, especially Malaysians, to celebrate any joyous occasion with good food. Be it weddings, religious or even cultural events, guests can expect to enjoy the delicious dishes served at the function. Read more »

Great Chinese Food at Paradise Inn

Great Chinese Food at Paradise Inn

It is pretty common for most families these days to opt to dine out when it comes to dinner time. With the childrens’ busy schedules both during and after school hours together with their parents’ long working hours, it is not easy to find the time to prepare a proper home-cooked meal every day. Therefore, it is not surprising to find more restaurants established every now and then, in particular those that serve Chinese home-cooked style dishes.

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French Fine Dining – The Affordable Way

French Fine Dining – The Affordable Way

A French chef once told me that every individual has his or her own talents. Some can paint like Michaelangelo, some can sing like Dato’ Siti Nurhaliza and some can cook up an unforgettable meal, even without formal cooking lessons. That French chef is Chef Nathalie Arbefeuille, the owner of Cuisine Gourmet Studio and Nathalie’s Gourmet Studio in Kuala Lumpur.

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A Malaysian Cooking Up a Storm in a Japanese Kitchen

A Malaysian Cooking Up a Storm in a Japanese Kitchen

What makes a good chef? Is it merely just his cooking? Or are there other contributing factors that gives a chef the honour of being known as a great chef? The Malaysia.com team recently met up with Sous Chef Mohd. Zamri at Sagano in Renaissance Hotel for a brief chat about his food and him being nominated as one of the chefs participating in the Malaysia International Gourmet Festival 2011.

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