The Fat Duck to reopen under new theme

When The Fat Duck reopens later this month, it will herald a new chapter for chef Heston Blumenthal’s triple Michelin-starred restaurant in Bray, including the introduction of a ticketing system...

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Blueberries could help fight gum disease, reduce antibiotic use

Wild blueberry extract could prevent the formation of dental plaque and possibly replace mouthwash as an antibiotic-free means to fight gum disease, according to a new study. The research team...

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Flavours that shine in Teochew cuisine

The inimitable taste of Teochew cuisine is the result of an exquisite balance of salty and sour, as well as spiced and subtle flavours achieved through poaching, braising and steaming. Oriental...

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Noodles galore in Puchong

There are oodles of delicious noodles to be discovered in Puchong, but HungryGoWhere saved you the legwork with these must-visit noodle stalls. Special Smooth Pan Mee Uncle Chan has been...

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New York leads list of top 100 ‘restaurants for foodies’ in the US

A new list of top 100 restaurants shows that American fare is the preferred cuisine among the foodie elite in the US, and that New York State has a slight edge over its West Coast rival...

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Top 5 meals at Publika’s Eat Food Village

Publika is quite the hotspot these days for just about anything – grocery shopping, flea marketing, property and art exhibitions, open air concerts, coffee and, of course, food. It's possible...

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British scientists develop slow-melting ice cream

The summer scourge of sticky hands could become a thing of the past as British researchers announced the discovery of an ingredient to make slow-melting ice cream on Monday. The protein BslA,...

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KitKat to use only sustainably sourced cocoa come 2016

Global chocolate brand KitKat has announced a pledge to use exclusively sustainability-sourced cocoa in all of its products starting in the first quarter of 2016. The brand had already been...

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Dining in KL’s majestic and historic Federal Hotel

Merdeka may have just passed, but that doesn’t mean we can’t look back on the good ol’ days. The Federal hotel is an iconic part of Kuala Lumpur’s history, and its quaint eateries are our top...

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Walking food trail – PJ Old Town

Let the nostalgia take over and lead you to a place where Malaysiana and impeccable local delights are still alive and well: PJ Old Town. Waves of gentrification have been rocking KL and its...

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Much-loved Hainanese classics from pre-Merdeka days

We love celebrating Merdeka the way we know best, with our bellies! Checking out eateries that have been serving delicious, comfort food since pre-Merdeka days is a great way to evoke warm...

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Nostalgic dining this Merdeka at Coliseum Cafe

Coliseum Café & Grill Room is the oldest colonial café in the city, having been established in 1921. It stands out in the bustle of Jalan Tuanku Abdul Rahman in Kuala Lumpur, recognisable by the...

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Aussie winemakers court Asian tastebuds

Wrapped tightly in sleeping bags to keep them from freezing in frigid conditions, Australian winemaker Sirromet's bottles slowly make their way across the vast Mongolian landscape on the back of...

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UK’s best restaurant in Cumbria, northern England

In the UK, since 1951, the "Good Food Guide" has been the go-to for epicureans looking for the best culinary addresses. This year, for the third time in a row, the guide's experts have...

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KL’s 10 best restaurants for sushi

Malaysians are big time Japanese food lovers, period. But above all, we are also a fickle lot when it comes to Japanese cuisine and sushi in particular – constantly moving from one joint to...

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Burger King’s peace offer to McD’s: ‘Let’s make a McWhopper’

Is a McWhopper in the near future for fast-food lovers? In the name of global peace, Burger King proposed making the hybrid hamburger to its rival McDonald's on Wednesday, at least for one day,...

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Japanese whisky arrives at International Space Station

An unmanned cargo ship loaded with emergency supplies – including Japanese whisky – successfully docked at the International Space Station early Tuesday, officials said. But thirsty astronauts...

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A symphony for the rare blend in Johnnie Walker Blue Label

The setting for a recent spectacular show by Johnnie Walker Blue Label was cool Genting Highlands, where the rare blend of whisky was showcased in an elaborate performance engaging the...

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Mamee cup noodles make the cut in instant noodle rating

Local instant noodle brand Mamee managed to snag four spots in The Ramen Rater's Top Ten Instant Cups Noodles of All Time 2015 edition. The list was handpicked by US-based blogger, The Ramen...

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Walking food trail: Brickfields

Which restaurants have stayed with Malaysia’s Little India through its years of change? In 1881, the wooden and atap buildings of KL were burned down in a fire, leading to a mass rebuilding,...

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