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TOP 10 MALAYSIAN DISHES YOU NEED TO TRY

15 Sep 2021

Travel and Leisure – It’s time to shine a spotlight on this Southeast Asian cuisine with so many stories to tell. Malaysian food is fascinatingly diverse, rich in flavor and heritage. Add these 10 dishes to your next culinary tour.

Satay: For satay KL’s A-listers love, head to EQ’s Nipah restaurant. The Malaysian version of these dishes popular across Southeast Asia features marinated skewers of beef, lamb or chicken. Satay is always a crowd-pleaser; this is because satay sellers interlace each stick of satay with both fatty and sinewy meat. The result? The fat is delectably seared over charcoal flames into the meat and the spices.

 

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CELESTIAL TREASURES FROM EQ KUALA LUMPUR

02 Sep 2021

Jom Makan Life – As far as I’m concerned, old is still gold when it comes to mooncakes. While the local Mid-Autumn Festival market is fixated on packaging, the sweet-toothed glutton in me reckon the traditional speciality should taste as good, if not better than an impressive-looking box.

Hence, I was pleased as punch when the Pure Lotus Double Yolk mooncake from EQ Kuala Lumpur ticked all the right boxes at first bite. Not only did the lotus paste boast a nice ‘oily’ sheen, but the slightly sweet floral scent of lotus seed paste was discernible. The sweetness was to my personal liking too, offset by the savouriness of salted egg yolks.

 

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7 TOP HOTEL RESTAURANTS IN KL WITH SCRUMPTIOUS MOONCAKES FOR MID-AUTUMN FESTIVAL THIS YEAR

09 Aug 2021

Robb Report Malaysia – With the Mid-Autumn Festival approaching, confectioneries, restaurants and hotels have started offering their unique and diverse range to these festive delicacies. From classic styles to delightful new recipes, here are the top places to get your mooncakes this year.

EQ pays homage to the Jade Rabbit and the natural festive autumnal season with their festive mooncake boxes. Their traditional baked mooncakes include the beloved pure lotus with double yolk, Cantonese mixed nuts filling, as well as their Signature Pearl of Harmony made of black sesame and salted egg yolk. EQ has also introduced a new addition to their snow skin line-up with an interesting combination of taro and sugar winter melon filling paired with Chinese pickles. This is featured alongside their award-winning Yuzu Pandan mooncake and other crowd favourites.

 

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