SeeFoon wanders Down Under

Musings on Food By SeeFoon Chan-Koppen Chatting with Chef Alex Chiam, a Penangite who has lived in Australia for 18 years and who is the proprietor and visionary behind Oz, recently, a provocative question popped up which had us discussing…

SeeFoon Finds Treasure at Festival Walk

Musings on Food By SeeFoon Chan-Koppen I love steamboat. I love everything about it, the steam opening all your pores and ruining your makeup; the decision as to what to put in the pot first; the trawling for cooked bits…

SeeFoon wanders down Kuala Kangsar Road

Musings on Food By SeeFoon Chan-Koppen The long stretch of Kuala Kangsar Road is unfamiliar territory for me with its block after block of shophouses and a myriad sundry businesses. It takes a person of my foodie friend Ginla Chew’s…

SeeFoon Explores Punjabi Cuisine in Bercham

Musings on Food By SeeFoon Chan-Koppen I recently explored the nuances of Punjabi cuisine where I discovered its diverse range of dishes. Within the Punjab region which is now divided into Punjab Pakistan and Punjab India, there are different preferences.…

SeeFoon goes in search of Teochew Food

Musings on Food by SeeFoon Chan-Koppen Call it Chaozhou, Teochew, or Teochiew as in the case of the Teochiew Restaurant on Maxwell Road but I drive past it almost daily and the name has caught my eye but like most…

SeeFoon Goes Gastro Bar Hopping

Musings on Food By SeeFoon Chan-Koppen Where I used to be the doyenne of pubs and nightspots with loud music I now shun places where the decibel level is higher than 65 (the decibel level for normal speech), seeking instead,…

SeeFoon dines in Moghul Magnificence

Musings on Food By SeeFoon Chan-Koppen It’s been a long time since Ipoh diners have had the pleasure of dining in a ‘posh’ ambiance. Outside of Indulgence on Jalan Raja DiHilir which has garnered for itself a reputation for fine…