Showing posts from September, 2018

COCA Restaurant, Bangsar Shopping Centre | Malaysia

COCA Restaurant, the innovative Asian dining chain, has made a stylish entrance to the Malaysian capital with the launch of a new outlet at the cosmopolitan enclave of Bangsar. Brand owner and celebrity Chef Pitaya Phanphensophon, the son of COCA founder Khun Srichai Phanphensophon, was on hand to present a special chef’s tasting dinner menu to invited media and celebrity guests. COCA Restaurant is a contemporary Thai, Chinese and hotpot (suki) concept. The group's heritage dates back to 1957, when Khun Srichai and his wife Patama opened the first COCA restaurant in Surawong, launching the ‘suki’ trend in Thailand. The restaurant group now spans three generations and it is clear to see that while COCA has evolved over the years with vibrant interiors and changeable plate presentations, the brand has true to its’ roots of offering the freshest ingredients and good value for money as their core principals. Since its origins, COCA brand expanded outside of Thailand and

The one only Baby Coconut Briyani in Malaysia at Mahesha TTDI

Restoran Mahesha is a dining place that is very rich in terms of the food culture. Hence it is a known fact that the Baby coconut Briyani and the side dishes are also bound to be delicious. So for Briyani lovers, if you haven't yet figured out where to head to get a taste of the finest Indian flavors Briyani  , then I need to tell you that Mahesha serve special Briyani in Coconut. Later will let you see how it Looks like. That is where you will get to taste authentic of Briyani. Restoran Mahesha having a very clean and hygienic ambience, be rest assured that the restaurant does its best to keep you satisfied in every form. People who have been there have only good reviews, so do not miss out their eat for free on 28 september. Restoran Mahesha is located at 36,Jalan Tun Mohd Fuad 1, Taman Tun Dr.Ismail, 6000 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan. Furthermore, the selection of side dishes, There are chicken, fish and mutton, available in curry, varuval, masala, kurma, deep-fried

Merdeka Eve Laughs at SOULed OUT

Merdeka 2018 was celebrated with the air of hope and promise for change continuing to invigorate the country. For its part, SOULed OUT promoted patriotism among its patrons with deals and give-aways throughout August, which culminated in a SOULed OUT style Merdeka Eve party complete with contemporary local performances, games and prizes. On August 30th, SOULed OUT welcomed guests for a night of Malaysian culture and entertainment at SOULed OUT Kuala Lumpur at Desa Sri Hartamas. In honour of The Nation’s 61st birthday, guests were treated to local Malaysian food and performances including a special appearance by ‘Syed Teh Tarik’ and a ‘Roti Canai Terbang’ show. For cinching victory in the SOULed OUT Nasi Lemak packing competition the speedy Jessy Wong and other winners won many attractive prizes including, of course, plenty of vouchers for their next visit to any SOULed OUT outlet Throughout the Merdeka Month, customers were also given the opportunity to prominently inscribe the