History buffs would know that one of the oldest surviving cities in the world is London, with an uninterrupted history stretching two thousand years. Others would recognise London as the capital of the United Kingdom, and the centrepiece of the great British Empire. To me, London represents all that, but more importantly, London means fish and chips and the English breakfast.
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A good meal is always something that most people would willingly skip or sacrifice if they are pressed for time. I should know this, because I am also guilty of the same crime. Therefore, it is a relief to know that there is now a tastier and healthier alternative if I ever find myself in a rush and need to grab something fast as a meal – Sushi Q.
What truly makes a place special? Some might believe that distance actually improves the appeal of a destination – the harder it is to reach it, the more special it becomes. Others might stress on comparison, how different it is to their idea of normalcy – the more bizarre the culture, the more exotic the experience.
While Penang rules the roost as the street food capital of Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur has built up a reputation of having a more cosmopolitan flavour, offering its inhabitants and visitors a potpourri of dishes and delights to choose from. I had the opportunity to discover an exciting hangout spot that offers great North Indian cuisine right in the heart of the Kuala Lumpur City Centre thanks to Moola, the first ever homegrown Cash-Back Lifestyle programme by ICT Utopia.
Coffee certainly has come a long way in Malaysia. It wasn’t too long ago that the varieties of coffee available were black or with milk, hot or cold. And let us not forget the best choice of all, kopi or nescafe. These days coffee comes in a variety of flavors, and served in almost as many ways. The thing that hasn’t changed is how good coffee tastes. And you haven’t tasted good coffee if you haven’t tried coffee at Lavinier Coffee @ Publika.
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