Press & Media
THE RISE OF THE DESIGN-LED RESTAURANTS AND CAFES IN KUALA LUMPUR
Part 1: The first of a three-part series that explores the rise of the design-led restaurants and cafes, and the way we used to eat and drink
Part 2: The second part of the series explores the obsession with Scandinavian interiors and delves into those who fly the flag for maximalism
Part 3: In the final instalment, we discuss where F&B design is going and how it ought to evolve
Sky51 is discussed by Lai Siew Hong of Blu Water in Part 3.
THIS CNY, RETURN TO THE MAGIC OF KL’S ICONIC GOLDEN PHOENIX RESTAURANT
EatDrink – Beloved by countless diners for years, Golden Phoenix, in KL’s old Equatorial Hotel, was among the city’s most famed and beloved Chinese restaurants. Of course, the old Equatorial is no more, but just like its namesake phoenix, the beautiful EQ has arisen, and each year, they bring the legacy of the Golden Phoenix back to life, with dishes directly sourced from the cherished menu archives of the iconic restaurant.
#JOM! EAT: GOLDEN PHOENIX POP-UP CELEBRATES THE RABBIT YEAR
New Straits Times – Golden Phoenix now reappears until Feb 4 and many older residents have already made early reservations to secure their table so they can introduce their younger family members to many dishes that have universal appeal. Since its inception in 1974, Golden Phoenix has long held a reputation for culinary excellence.