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THE ORIGINS OF THE DRAGON BOAT FESTIVAL AKA “RICE DUMPLING SEASON”
Buro 24/7 – The Dragon Boat Festival (or Duanwu Festival) is widely celebrated by Chinese all over the globe. The festival falls on the fifth day of the fifth month on the lunar calendar, which is 14 June this year. In China, people will use this three-day holiday to travel to popular destinations around the country. With travel restrictions set in place, it looks like the festival will continue to look a little different this year.
This year, EQ is offering six different rice dumplings made with delicious pairings. Chef Tan Tzaan Ling recommends the Traditional Hakka Style Rice Dumpling, which is filled with chicken, salted egg yolk, mushrooms, black-eyed beans, and scallops. Prices of the dumplings range from RM32 to RM71.
BREAKFAST, LUNCH & DINNER: DINING DELIVERY SPECIALS IN KL THIS JUNE
Prestige Online – Go meat-free for dinner with EQ’s Beyond Meat burger.
For a meat-free dinner that’s delicious, kind to the planet, and still a little naughty, Étoile Bistro at EQ has just the chef recommendation ticks all the boxes. EQ has has partnered with the Los Angeles-based meat substitute brand Beyond Meat on the Étoile Beyond Burger. The juicy meatless patty is 100% vegan and plant-based with no soy or gluten, and contains 35% less saturated fat than a 113g patty of 80/20 ground beef. Optional add-ons include hand-cut fries, avocados, portobello mushrooms and salsa.
EQ LEADS THE WAY WITH A PLANT BASED MEAT ALTERNATIVE BEYOND BURGER®
The City List – A flavourful surprise awaits those who try out Étoile Bistro’s latest introduction, the Étoile Beyond Burger®, launched on 3 June 2021.
This plant-based meatless burger is a collaboration with the Los Angeles-based meat substitute brand Beyond Meat® and is a fresh take to the Malaysian food scene, propelling EQ and the food & beverage industry into a more health conscious and sustainable outlook.