Wednesday, August 21, 2019


Good afternoon my dear readers! It was my first time reviewing an app and I would like to share it to all of you. I know most of us hates to wait long Q for foods as our stomach keep calling us already. Hahaha. Kfry is one of the restaurants are available in QueQ app. QueQ arrives in Malaysia, offering a seamless queuing experience to help Malaysians to spend time wisely by avoiding physically waiting in long queues.

QueQ, a Thai-based community mobile app which optimises queuing time of customers, officially expands to Malaysia with the aim of helping urban Malaysians save time by eliminating the hassle of queueing at their favourite dining outlets.

How does the app work? 
Step 1 : Login to the QueQ app via social media account or guest for the first time
Step 2 : Select the preferred restaurant within the radius from main screen and book a queue. After selecting your type of seats and number of guests,
tap "Get Q" to receive your virtual "Q Ticket"
Step 3 : Once you have received the "Q Ticket", the restaurant will be notifying you through a call for queue confirmation.
Step 4 : Be patient! You will receive a notification once your queue number is near, then
you will be ushered to your table once your queue number is called.

Which location can users use the app?
● K Fry Urban Korean Restaurant - 1 Utama Shopping Centre, KLCC, IOI City
Mall Putrajaya and Holiday Villa Hotel Johor Bharu
● Kurin - Nu Sentral
● Yut Kee Restaurant - Heritage Row Area
● Ho Kow Hainanese Kopitiam - Petaling Street Kuala Lumpur
● Bar-B-Q Plaza - AEON Bukit Tinggi Klang, Sunway Velocity and Sunway
● Dotty’s Pastries and Coffee - KLCC
● Klinik Mediviron - Seksyen 22, Shah Alam


Lychee Mojito Ade - RM 8.90

Kimchi Chicken - RM 17.90 

Mango Bingsoo - RM 28.90 

It was my first time trying Korean food. I thought I couldn't eat Korean food as it was very very spicy. Fortunately, I found out that this Kfry changed my mind. My stomach can takes Korean foods. I would love to recommend this restaurant because the foods, drink and dessert was so so delicious. 

For more information 
Download QueQ 

Saturday, August 17, 2019


I am glad to be part of The Butterfly Project Malaysia since 2014. Thank you The Butterfly Project Malaysia for giving me this chance to attend 3 workshops and enjoy the facilities in Hilton Kuala Lumpur

The first workshop I have attended is Clay Mask Workshop by Naturally Handmade. I am so excited to make my own clay mask. There are 5 types of clay masks for us to choose from : green clay, red clay, pink clay, bentonite and rhassaoul clay. Anyway, I chose green clay because it was referred to as sea clay or marine clay due to the quarries being found in the ancient marine beds and is superbly detoxifying. In addition to decongesting problem complexions, its toning action stimulates the skin by bringing fresh blood to the surface, tightening pores and exfoliating dead skin cells. 

These are the products by Naturally Handmade 

Briefing video by Miss Bavani 

There are 7 types of Superfood powders we can choose from : mango, pomegranate, lavender, mint, calendula, aloe vera, tangerine. I chose lavender and mint because I love lavender scent and at the same time, I love cooling effect when I applying on my face. 

Thank you Miss Bavani for giving me this chance to learn how to make my own clay mask. I guess I know how to make my own clay mask next time. 

The 2nd workshop that I have attended is Aromatherapy Oil-Blending. Those who know me very well, I superb in love with essential oils very much. I used to diffuse several essential oils that I love every night which are lavender, peppermint and lemon. For every morning, I used to diffuse orange essential oil for freshness and motivate myself too. This brand that Dashindra wanted to recommend is Plant Origins. Plant Origins is available in Signature Market. 

Briefing by Dashindra 

Thank you for giving me this chance to make oil-blending (goodnight sleep) for myself and my sister due to some our personal issues. How to make goodnight sleep essential oil? You need to pour 10 drops of lavender, 8 drops of sweet orange and 2 drops of vetiver and mix with carrier oil. I didn't pour 2 drops of vetiver because I couldn't accept the scent at all. Just lavender and sweet orange. It is depends on you that how you want it to be which are in soft, moderate or high scent for yourself to apply it on your skin and pour into your own diffuser. 

This is the last workshop that I have attended is self-care session by Minnie Chang. This is the session where you can express out your feeling, your personal issues, difficulties in your life and others. Most of them told out their personal problems but for me, I couldn't tell out because I really couldn't tell out. I was crying that time and I couldn't even close my eyes to breathe in and out. I still feeling grateful to enjoy these 3 workshops with all my dear friends and met up with new friends as well. 

Thank you very much to Hilton Kuala Lumpur for allowed us to celebrate another gathering for us and enjoyed the 3 workshops too. Also, thank you to Miss Jacqueline for brought us around into the spa and gym as well. I am so in love with their gym and massage rooms very much. There are sauna, jacuzzi and swimming pool too. Also, I have a good news for you, my beloved readers!!

For more information 
Naturally Handmade 
Signature Market 
Self Care by Minnie Chang 
The Spa & Gym Hilton KL 

Monday, August 12, 2019


Good afternoon my dear readers! Those of you staying in Bangsar area, there is a cafe named Ben's Charcoal Chicken. It was located at Lorong Kurau, Bangsar. Ben’s Charcoal Chicken's interior design is spartan and minimalistic. The phrase “burn baby burn” is immortalised in bright white neon lights. Ben’s Charcoal Chicken’s ambience and design is a reflection of our kitchen’s philosophy of producing simple fare with dramatic flair.

Their dishes are prepared over the brisk flames of a charcoal fire. It was featured as modern BBQ dishes, designed by Keith Choong from Hit & Mrs, this menu is about contemporising global cuisine cooked over the age-old technique of charcoal fire. 

The interior design was in minimalistic :) 

The Menu 

Left : Pink Lemonade / Right : Sweet Tea - RM 5 

Lunch with my beloved jie <3 

1/4 Chicken Combo with 1 side (Chicken Salt Chips)  - RM 18 

1/4 Chicken Combo with 2 sides (creamy mash with gram and house salad) - RM 21 

I am giving 4/5 for this Ben's Charcoal Chicken because 
1. The place was great but it is too bad that it is very hard to find parking.
2. The interior design is minimalistic and I love black and white very much. 
3. The foods was superb delicious and I more prefer the chips here. 
4. I would love to recommend because of the foods. 

For more information 
Address : 11B, Lorong Kurau,
 Taman Weng Lock, Bangsar 59000 Kuala Lumpur.
Opening Hours : 
Tuesday – Sunday = 12:00pm – 11:00pm
Closed on Mondays
Contact : +603 2280 0073