7 Things you can do this weekend: 14 - 15 January 2017
Where will you be?
1. Have a taste of 1-Michelin star Chef Mario Cittadini of Italy's Il Postale's epicurean flair at Mandarin Grill @ Mandarin Oriental KL, lunch and dinner, 11 - 14 Jan
It's not every day that a Michelin star chef is in town and ready to whip up his idea of a unique Italian epicurean journey. Chef Mario Cittadini's specialty mirrors his cooking values, and that is ingredients and diners always come first, then only the chef and culinary techniques. He is able to turn ordinary produce into plates of decadent cuisine, and expect no complicated seasonings - every flavour is naturally produced from the fresh, high quality ingredients that are used.
Guests have a choice of the 3-, 4- and 5-course menu for lunch or 5- and 7-course menu for dinner. A la carte dishes are also available. The menus are priced between a range of RM148 nett per person to RM388 nett per person.
For more info or to make a reservation, call 03 2179 8960 or email email@example.com.
2. Catch international DJ SoSupersam at Skullduggery, Plaza Damansara, 10am - 3am, 14 Jan
Samantha Duenas, or more affectionately known as DJ SoSuperSam, is one of the hottest DJs in the United States and she's coming to town as part of her Asia tour, spinning exclusively at Skullduggery.
For more info (and to check out some of her mixtapes), visit the event page.
3. Cafe Malaysia 2017 at MATRADE Exhibition and Convention Centre, 9am - 6pm, 12 - 14 Jan
The largest gathering of the coffee and tea industries in Malaysia is back for a third edition that will be teeming with networking opportunities for the trade and full-filled activities for the public. From exclusive workshops to classes to demonstrations of the latest technologies, trends and techniques, there will be much to see and learn.
For more info, visit the event page.
4. Creative Mornings KL with Tunku Halim at Uppercase Bangsar, 10am - 12pm, 14 Jan
Gather under one roof for inspiring conversations with Malaysia's prince of darkness Tunku Halim, a Malaysian novelist, non-fiction writer, academic and lawyer whose genre of fiction works usually revolves around dark fantasy and horror.
Admission is free. For more info, visit the event page.
5. Markets 21 at Jaya One, 11am - 6pm, 14 - 15 Jan
One of the largest lifestyle bazaar in the Klang Valley is back with various vendors ranging from clothes to food to artisanal products.
For more info, visit their Facebook.
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