Showing posts from 2022

Tiger Street Food is firing up the hottest hunt

14th September 2022, KUALA LUMPUR – Street food is undeniably an integral part of Malaysians’ everyday life. As a beer born and raised in the streets of Asia, Tiger continued to champion this platform even when dining out was not possible in the recent years. All this to ensure that that local street food vendors got the recognition they deserved. After two years of hosting its fan-favourite Street Food Festival virtually, Tiger is making a big comeback with its iconic street food festival on-ground for a street food experience like never before. While gearing up for the big festival, the brand encourages Malaysian fans and street food lovers to join the hottest street food hunt by recommending their favourite street food spots. Whenever they’re at their favourite street food outlets, they can drop a pin on the microsite to recommend the place for other street food lovers to try, and get rewards in return too. With all the recommendations and reviews from fans, Tiger would have create

Pepper Lunch Malaysia Joins Forces With Boga Group To Be The Master Franchisee Of Pepper Lunch In Malaysia

Malaysia, September 8, 2022 – Good news for all Pepper Lunch lovers! This DIY (Do-It-Yourself) steakhouse now welcomes Pepper Lunch Malaysia and Boga Group as the Master Franchisee in Malaysia. Having entered the Malaysian market in 2019, this joint venture promises the wonderful potential of more Pepper Lunch outlets opening by 2023. Pepper Lunch is a Japanese "fast-steak" restaurant with nearly 500 outlets worldwide. Presenting a novel concept of sizzling Steaks, Pastas, Curry Rice, and the signature Pepper Rice, Pepper Lunch promises a dynamic and fresh culinary experience for everyone at an affordable price. Mr Wong Wai Wai: General Manager (Operation Department) of Pepper Lunch Singapore, Mr Harianto Teh: Managing Director of Boga Group, Mitsunobu San: General Manager of SFBI (Suntory F&B International) Singapore, Adachi San: Managing Director of SFBI (Suntory F&B International), Mr Kusnadi Rahardja: Co-Founder & CEO of Boga Group, Mr Leong: Director of Peppe

Seniman At Pavilion Bukit Jalil Served Authentic Local Delight

Seniman Cafe is the ideal place for gathering and catching up session with friends and families, Inspired by the rich melting pot of cultures of Malaysia spread of traditional Malaysian dishes. Featuring a mammoth spread of authentic Kampung delicacies and traditional delights complemented with favourite local flavours and much more. The tempting delicacies will also feature our well-beloved local recipes from traditional favourites to the famed Malaysian state cuisine. This Seniman Restaurant is located at Pavilion, Lot 4.31.00, Level 4. Open Daily from 10am to 10pm, At Seniman, They serve people who crave for their local favourite flavours at anytime you wanted, and those looking for an unforgettable Malaysian food experiences while creating opportunities for chefs to showcase their creativity. Indulge in a bountiful spread of traditional dishes and relish in harmoniously balanced flavours that are distinctively Malaysian with a thoughtfully curated made by traditional flavours that

Aadi Perukku Hindus auspicious festival at Morib Gold Coast

This year the Aadi Perukku festival is celebrated with great enthusiasm on Morib beach. Aadi Perukku 2022 was on August 03, Aadi Perukku honours the life-sustaining properties of water, one of nature’s gifts to mankind. On this day Mother Nature is worshipped in the form of Amman deities. It is more like a thanksgiving ceremony for nature’s bountiful grace on mankind. This festival is also special for newly married couples to perfect their marriage by getting blessings from the earth's water sources. Newly married couples worship by giving fruits, flowers and sweets so that their lives are filled with gratitude. Next, the couple floats the wedding necklace, the light of honor in the waters and bathes as a sign of blessing from the water source. Aadi Perukku is also called as ‘Padinettam Perukku’ as ‘Padinettu’ in Tamil means ‘eighteen’ and ‘perukku’ implies ‘a rising’.Aadi is the Tamil month of observances and fervour that is dedicated to Water forces and other Natural forces. Duri