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Welcome to the Sunday Giveaway, the place where we giveaway a new Android phone or tablet each and every Sunday. A big congratulations to last week’s winner of the Galaxy Note 5 giveaway: Ziyad N. from Saudia Arabia. This week we are giving away the new OnePlus 2! OnePlus took the wraps off of its latest 'flagship killer' a couple of weeks ago, and the latest iteration continues to offer what we loved about the original, with some refi...
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Traditional Aglio e Olio Pasta
FYI I'm living in Malaysia (in an underdeveloped town) so some
western / European ingredients are hard to come by or they are very very
expensive so sometimes I use local material sourced from local store. There are a lot of similar cooking methods of thi...
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Thai Hot & Spicy Minced Meat
泰式香辣肉碎 猪肉碎-400g 九层塔-1把 小辣椒-8条 黑酱油- 半汤匙 蒜茸-半汤匙 鱼露 2汤匙 香茅-1支(切碎) 长豆-5条(切粒) 幼糖 -1茶匙 黑胡椒粉 适量 清水-4汤匙 腌料 鱼露-1汤匙 胡椒粉-少许 做法 1)肉碎加入腌料,腌1小时。 2)热油锅,爆香蒜茸,香茅加入肉碎炒至松散,加入切碎的小辣椒,长豆翻炒,加入清水和鱼露及幼糖调味,焖煮一会,加入黑酱油和九层塔炒均匀,即可。 Portion for 2 people 400g minced pork 15 basil leaves...
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Balsamic Vinegar Peperone FYI I'm living in Malaysia (in an underdeveloped town) so some
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Balsamic Vinegar Peperone FYI I'm living in Malaysia (in an underdeveloped town) so some western / European ingredients are hard to come by or they are very very expensive so sometimes I use local material sourced from local ...
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Hunter's Meal FYI this recipe can use all kinds of meat from chicken, pork, duck, lamb, beef or even meatballs Also FYI, I'm living in Malaysia (in an underdeveloped town) so some western /
European ingredients are hard to come by or they are very very exp...
Hunter's Meal FYI this recipe can use all kinds of meat from chicken, pork, duck, lamb, beef or even meatballs Also FYI, I'm living in Malaysia (in an underdeveloped town) so some western / European ingredients are hard to co...
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Welcome to the Sunday Giveaway, the place where we giveaway a new Android phone or tablet each and every Sunday. A big congratulations to last week’s winner of the Oppo R7 giveaway: Nurul S. from Malaysia. This week we are giving away the new OnePlus 2! OnePlus took the wraps off of its latest 'flagship killer' a couple of weeks ago, and the latest iteration continues to offer what we loved about the original, with some refinements and...
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For this week's Friday Debate we discuss what Android OEMs could be doing better, both as a whole and individually.
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Cauliflower Pasta FYI I'm living in Malaysia (in an underdeveloped town) so some
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Hunter's Pasta FYI I'm living in Malaysia (in an underdeveloped town) so some western / European ingredients are hard to come by or they are very very expensive so sometimes I use local material sourced from local store. Port...
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Aglio Olio Pasta With Mushrooms FYI I'm living in Malaysia (in an underdeveloped town) so some western / European ingredients are hard to come by or they are very very expensive so sometimes I use local material sourced from ...
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This is one of the few hotels that defines both cheap and good, it really can't get any better than this. If you visit Seam Reap (Cambodia), make sure you book this hotel early. The environment, although with some mosquitoes, is very nice. The service is impeccable. The rooms are clean and tidy. The location is nearby everything (night market is only 3-5 minutes walking distance, pub street only 10-15 minutes away). There are a couple of things I would like to highlight: 1) If you are an elderly person, make sure you tell them (during early booking) to arrange a room near ground floor because the hotel doesn't have a lift. 2) For breakfast, lunch and dinner, if you are lazy to go out, the restaurant in this hotel is THE BEST and most affordable in Seam Reap, no kidding. This coming from me (a foodie) and it's quite a complement because I do not accept mediocrity. The only thing that beats this restaurant are the local food stalls (road side) that normally tourists won't dine in. 3) Don't visit any restaurants at pub street for dinner, they are horribly packed (sometimes waiting for an hour), food is sub par, and the price is a more expensive than this hotel.
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Public - 2 months ago
reviewed 2 months ago
Affordable, well located, happy place
Public - 2 months ago
reviewed 2 months ago
This is one of the oldest restaurants in Ipoh (well, maybe the oldest brand in my area). It survived this long because of quality food and affordable prices but NOT ANYMORE! Prices are on the high side and because of it's brand name and image, it's usually packed during the weekend when families comes out to eat. If you want to enjoy the food here, pick a week day. I would recommend the smoke duck, it's expensive, but it's quite OK.
Public - 2 months ago
reviewed 2 months ago
Another commercialized and ruined restaurant in Ipoh
Public - 2 months ago
reviewed 2 months ago
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Overhyped and overpriced
Public - 2 months ago
reviewed 2 months ago
As soon as something went from very local to very commercialized, it is totally RUINED. A prime example is this dim sum hotspot in Ipoh. I lived in this place for over 30 years and I still have fond memories before this restaurant moved to it's current location. The management now focuses on tourists (and of course - $$$) rather than providing good dim sum to the people, like many others, it is now commercialized, and it is now a huge disappointment. I used to go to this restaurant (to it's old shop) at 6am, sometimes earlier than that just to get a decent seat because it served the best dim sum in the area and it is worth it. Now I won't even consider this place, I won't even think of it when I think of having dim sum. Dim sum is just 2 words that means nothing to this place, maybe now "dim sum" translates to $$$ to the management? I would not start recommending a good place for dim sum in Ipoh because us locals need a good place for ourselves, so sorry about that.
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Public - 2 months ago
reviewed 2 months ago
If a cafe can't even get this right, it shouldn't be doing anything else, like...food? I had some pretty bad coffee in local stalls that cost RM1.50, they are using 3 in 1 ready made stuff. But those are STALLS, not CAFES. They are charging RM1.50, NOT RM5 for a cup! This 'cafe' is not just an expensive place, but it's a place that cheats people. There are better places nearby to have dinner, just don't come here
Public - 2 months ago
reviewed 2 months ago