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Yum Fest: 5 Must-Try Restaurants in Bali

Let’s go on a culinary adventure in Bali!

Beanie Eats: Loop House, City Mall

A cosy place for the sweet tooth and java lovers to get together for churros, coffee, and desserts.

Beanie Eats: Kedai Kopi Jia Siang, Lintas

Growing up in Sabah, you find yourself exposed to a number of things.  One of those things, possibly the most influential of all, is sang yuk mien.

Beanie Eats: Damn Good Burger, Kota Kinabalu

Damn Good Burger: premium food for premium prices.

Beanie Eats: Tung Fong Seafood Restaurant, Inanam

A favourite haunt among locals, Tung Fong Seafood Restaurant’s fresh fish slices are the star of the show.

There’s no denying it, Sabahans love their noodles

If you’ve lived in Sabah all your life, you’ll soon realise that others think we’re noodle fanatics.

3 April Fool’s Day foodie pranks with a local twist

Tomorrow is April Fool’s Day, and everyone knows what that means — it’s time for pranks!

5 amazing meals for that leftover nasi of yours

With a little creativity and some cooking oil, leftover nasi can be transformed into tantalising dishes!

Beanie Eats: Soto House, Kepayan

If you are a soto fan, this place will fill your tummy with joy.

Beyond tasty! Another Malaysian awarded a Michelin star

Kwen Liew has reached a level of stardom in the culinary world not many have achieved.