If you've ever wondered how much we do ourselves - let's just say pretty much everything. If it's possible to make it ourselves, we will. For Syrian night we made our own cheese, and date filled pastries. For Chinese New Year we made hand made dumplings. We make our own dim sum, Georgian kachapuri bread, Syrian breads, focaccia, and grissini. We make our own jam for Jam Roly Poly, our own mayonnaise for Russian salad, and our own filo pastry for Apple Strudel. Someone once joked and asked me if I made my own butter too - don't joke, I've done it! I've made tofu, soya milk, tortillas, you name it. We make stuff here that 99.9% of Malaysians would simply buy ready-made, because we can't get it in England either at all or good. When you come here, you can be assured that we've literally spent DAYS preparing for your dinner. Here are some photos to prove it!!


Making Guo Tie dumplings, start to finish

Tarte Tatin

Indonesian Perkedel Jagung (Sweetcorn fritters)

Syrian Bread

Russian Torte Napoleon

Mango Pudding

Or Chien/Or Luak - Malaysian Oyster Omelette

Gujarati Dhokla

Prawn Balls dim sum

Malaysian Nyonya Kuih

Georgian Batlijani, Walnut Stuffed Aubergines

Ukrainian Borscht

Penang Asam Laksa (spicy sour noodle soup)

Japanese Mochi, red bean paste stuffed rice balls

Jewish Assabih b'Sutlaj from Aleppo

Malaysian Angku Kuih or

Red Tortoise Cake, signifying longevity

French Apple Tart

Austrian Apple Strudel, home made pastry

Badenjan Mahshi - Syrian Lamb Stuffed Aubergines

Filipino Fish Kinilau, a kind of ceviche

Chewy American Choc Chip cookies

Kheer, Indian Rice Pudding

Real Homemade Malaysian Curry Puffs

Homemade Hummous

Russian Beetroot Cured Salmon

Lam Mee (Nyonya noodle speciality)

Singaporean Pineapple Tarts

Real Bedouin Lamb Mansaf

Bulgarian Banitsa, a sort of cheesecake

Brazilian Brigadeiros, a sweet chocolate treat

Chinese Dumplings

Cantonese Steamed Seabass