Hilton Hotels in Malaysia Launched 'Chup! Makan Dulu' Takeaway Menu

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Today mark the first day of the Holy Ramadan month, taking this opportunity to wish every Muslim friends a very peaceful and happy Ramadan. May Ramadan inspire you and provide you with the strength to overcome every challenge. Ramadan Kareem!

Yesterday, it is announced that MCO is extended till 12 May and today is the start of the puasa, and if you are thinking what to order for buka puasa, you might be in for a deal.

Hilton Hotels in Malaysia presents 'Chup! Makan Dulu', a take-home menu to take guests on an exciting culinary journey in the comforts of their home. The menu comprises all-time favourite dishes across the hotels' restaurants, including Kota Kinabalu, Kuching, Melaka, JB and Penang.

The 'Chup! Makan Dulu' promotion uses the casual and playful connotation of 'Chup!' which is a Malaysian slang synonymous with the word 'pause' and is used to interject or remind someone in a friendly manner. This promotion invites guests and to sit back, relax and enjoy a hearty meal and appreciate the time spent with loved ones.

Starting from RM30 to RM1650 for selections of the set menu, the promotion runs from 23 April to 23 May 2020. Participating restaurants include Makan Kitchen, Vasco’s, Paya Serai, Garden Grille, Urban Kitchen and Waterfront Cafe, serving an array of traditional 'Kampung' style dishes, and a variety of cuisine such as Malay, Chinese and Indian, featuring unique Malaysian spices.

“The abundance of fresh and dry spices from lemongrass to turmeric is what makes Malaysian cuisine diverse yet unique. When it comes to flavours, there is so much to explore. The take-home 'Chup! Makan Dulu' menu is our way of sharing this with our guests”, said Chef Kazi, Executive Chef of Hilton Kuala Lumpur.

Indulge in your favourite dishes from Hilton Hotels in Malaysia at home such as 'Nasi Lemak' – coconut-flavoured rice served with fried chicken, prawn sambal, hardboiled egg, anchovies, peanuts & acar, 'Bubur Lambuk Pak Pander' – a porridge of chicken meat with cumin, ginger, lemongrass, coconut milk with fried shallots and spring onion, 'Sup Berempah Pak Deli'– beef rib, beef tail, beef lung, beef strips, beef tongue and lamb served with sambal kicap, sambal merah utara, spring onion and fried shallots, 'Daging Masak Hitam Berempah' – braised beef in soy sauce, star anise, cinnamon, cumin, fennel and poppy seed, as well as many other local dishes.

A meal is not complete without dessert. Treat yourself to Assorted Kuih Melayu, Pengat Durian Sago, Durian Tempura and other mouth-watering local desserts. To accompany your meal, enjoy Bandung Laici and Kurma Drinks, and more.

All menus are available on the TABLEAPP delivery page.

The 'Chup! Makan Dulu' menu is available for pick-up and delivery from 8am – 8pm daily.

To place your orders and find out more, click on the names of the following Hilton hotels listed here: 

Enjoy and stay safe guys! 

Be deelicious,
24 April, 2020


UNIQLO Launching Daniel Arsham x Pokémon UT Collection in May 2020

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Guys, take a look at the brand new UNIQLO UT Collection coming in May! It is the Daniel Arsham x Pokémon UT Collection, which is a brand new line that imagines unearthing Pokémon a thousand years into the future and if you are a big fan of Pokémon or play the PokémonGo game, this is for you.

The Japanese global apparel retailer announces that it will launch the Daniel Arsham x Pokémon UT Collection in May, where the UNIQLO T-shirt collection offers an array of authentic pop culture and art graphics from around the world that allow the wearer to express their individuality. 

Launching as part of the art collaboration project between Pokémon and Daniel Arsham, UT designs will feature Arsham’s drawings of quintessential Pokémon and its sculpture. The artists take on Pokémon presents a unique interpretation of the beloved Japanese game franchise. 

Commenting on this collaboration collection, Arsham said, With many of my projects, I try to make work thats not just for art people and I think UNIQLO has a similar egalitarian culture. The reason I feature iconic characters in my work is that they are very recognizable, and, on the surface, they make it easy to enter my work. Pokémon has been a monumental presence ever since I was a child and I’m excited about the opportunity to present my work to a much wider audience.

Blending fact and fiction: Since his partnership with Kim Jones at Dior, Arsham has become a spectacularly popular presence in art, fashion, street culture, and other areas. He employs a creative concept that he terms Fictional Archeology to imagine how familiar objects will look 1,000 years from today. For the art project with Pokémon, Arsham will present a sculptural collection titled Relics of Kanto Through Time, imagining Pokémon unearthed a thousand years into the future. This unique interpretation is reflected in the UT Collection as well.

Glorious prints of delicate sketches: The collection offers seven design variations for men, women, and kids. The monotone graphics feature crystallized sketches of such emblematic Pokémon as Pikachu, Mewtwo, and Jigglypuff. The delicate lines of Arshams sketches are well translated on to the t-shirts as wearable art. The collaboration collection stemmed from his desire to share favorite examples of his work with as many people as possible.

Daniel Arsham born in 1980 in Ohio, straddles the line between art, architecture, and performance. Raised in Miami, he attended the Cooper Union in New York City. His work has been shown at MOMA PS1, the Museum of Contemporary Art, the Athens Bienniale, the New Museum, Mills College Art Museum, Carré d'Art - musée d'art contemporain de Nîmes, and the How Art Museum.

Collection launch date in May with the below line up:

Mens T-shirts in 5 designs @ RM59.90:

Womens T-shirts in 2 designs @ RM59.90: 

Kids T-shirts in 3 designs @ RM39.90: 

For more information on the merchandise, click here and UT2020 magazine is available at all UNIQLO stores and online, featuring an interview with Daniel Arsham.

Meanwhile, stay safe and stay home!

Be deelicious,
17 April 2020