Showing posts from June, 2015

Asahi Japanese Restaurant @Berjaya Times Square

It has been a long time I have not been here at Berjaya Times Square. I very pleased to see some new restaurants are opening up here which makes this used to be aboring mall becomes interesting. When I saw Asahi Japanese Restaurant, I knew I must choose this place since Japanese cuisine is always my favourite. Dobin Mushi @RM19.81++ Outlook: 4/5 Creativity: 3/5 Taste: 2/5 Price: 3/5 - Overall: 3/5 - After my last experience at Kin no Mizu , I started to love Dobin Mushi. However, this Dobin Mushi did not taste the same at all. After they squeezed half lime juice in it, the taste was weird. Not smooth, no more seafood freshness in it. However, after a few cups of it, I started to accept this new taste but I still prefer the original Dobin Mushi. Sashimi Mori @RM99.06++ Outlook: 4/5 Creativity: 4/5 Taste: 2/5 Price: 3/5 Overall: 3/5 - As usual, I would started off with their Sashimi platter which comes with 5 types of fishes with 3 pieces each except the butter

Spend Less and Play More in Boracay

Some of you may had a concept that holiday at Boracay is an expensive travel to do. Well, I can assure you that it is way much cheaper than you are travelling to Taiwan and Hong Kong. Well, I am referring to my fellow Malaysian of course. We are basically pampered by AirAsia with extremely cheap flights straight to Kalibo especially their twice a year "Free Seat" sales. I got my ticket 6 months before the trip was only RM300++ for a return flight and I was bought not during the "Free Seat" sales. That's a real deal. For your information, the flight duration from Kuala Lumpur to Kalibo is 3 hours 45 minutes. ***NOTE: I will only use Philippine Peso as the default currency for my explanation below. Please convert it based on the day you are reading this post*** Fun facts about Philippines Preferred currency is Philippine Peso but they are willing to accept US Dollar and Euro. National language is Tagalog but they can understand English Main religion is

Delicacies to eat in Boracay

There are plenty of things to eat in Boracay and basically you do not have to worry about food here. They have local cuisine to western cuisine. You name it and they got it. The food prices in Boracay is slightly high. Average to spend for food per person excluding drinks will be approximately PHP250. Oh yeah, please take note that the currency that I will use is in Philippine Peso. So you just convert it to your own currency at the time you are reading this article. I will start to introduce to you the most expensive one to the cheapest one in Boracay. No matter what price it is, they are definitely a delicacy!  Let's start with a fire. This fancy restaurant sitting deep inside the d'Mall which is known as Cyma Greek Taverna serving authentic Greek Cuisine. I have never tried a Greek cuisine before not until in Boracay. Surprisingly, I have not come across with any Greek restaurant in Malaysia yet. Anyway, this fancy delicacy is their appetizer called Saganaki @P