SeeFoon is Blown Away Molecule by Molecule

Molecular what? was the typical reaction I received when I rang around my friends and asked if they’d like to join in for Ipoh’s first ‘Molecular’ dinner. Chef Simon Lee of Citrus Wine and Dine has been quietly experimenting behind the scenes…

SeeFoon hoots for Hoppers

Hoppers which are also known as Appam, are an iconic food of Sri Lanka. Most people here in Malaysia are familiar with this snack, a wafer-thin bowl-shaped pancake made from a fermented batter of rice flour and coconut milk, although one…

Musings SeeFoon’s Capon Caper in Falim

It’s that time of year again as Chinese New Year approaches, when Ipohites find themselves craving for Capon. Larger than a chicken, a bit smaller than a turkey, but more flavourful than either, a Capon is a castrated rooster, fed…

SeeFoon Tattles over Tea and Titbits

When you’re faced with 140 different kinds of tea, it is easy to become dazed by the plethora of choices and options and if it wasn’t for the enthusiastic intervention of Aven Ng, I would have had no clue as…

SeeFoon Goes Halal for Ramadan

Over the years of living in Ipoh, I have often heard of Caterbest Restaurant in Bercham as a shining example of Halal Chinese food but somehow it never made it to my list of ‘to try’ places. Recently however, a Muslim visitor…
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