7 Things to do this weekend: 6 & 7 November 2021


By Natalie Khoo

7 Things to do this weekend: 6 & 7 November 2021

1. Experience a Royal Salute pairing dinner at The Library

When: 5 November 2021 to 19 December 2021

Where: The Library, The Ritz-Carlton Kuala Lumpur

Price: RM450++ per person | RM600++ with Royal Salute whisky pairing

The Ritz-Carlton Kuala Lumpur and Royal Salute have teamed up for an exclusive whisky pairing dinner at The Library, featuring a finely crafted tasting menu by Executive Chef Wai to match an exquisite flight of Royal Salute 21-Year-Old Scotch whiskies. The menu will highlight direct-from-source seasonal ingredients elevated by the whisky blends that offer a range of intensities, promising a dinner of regal proportions.

The exclusive pairing will be available from 5 November 2021 to 19 December 2021. For reservations or enquiries, contact +6018 929 2174.

2. Join the Hong Kong Wine & Dine Festival 2021

When: 1 to 30 November 2021

Where: Hong Kong Wine & Dine Festival 2021

Hong Kong’s annual gastronomic extravaganza—the Hong Kong Wine & Dine Festival—is back this November with a lineup of exciting digital events and physical itineraries all month long. Organised by The Hong Kong Tourism Board, the festival serves to highlight the city’s vibrant F&B landscape, bringing together a roster of top chefs, bartenders, and culinary professionals to showcase their talents to the world.

While Malaysians will not be able to join the physical events at this point, there are also online masterclasses that digital-savvy consumers can attend from anywhere in the world. Not to be missed is the “Tasting On Air” sessions, where renowned mixologists such as Agung Prabowo, formerly the founder of The Old Man (Asia’s Best Bar 2019), will host a ‘Sustainable Cocktail’ masterclass. Internationally acclaimed wine critic James Suckling will also be hosting a livestreamed wine tasting masterclass, providing expert insights on how to taste wine like a pro.

Discover the full lineup and programme schedules at

3. Support men’s health awareness with The RuMa’s Movember Afternoon Tea

When: 6 to 28 November 2021

Where: The RuMa Hotel & Residences

Price: RM150 per person

The arrival of Movember marks a month of men’s health awareness, especially with regards to prostate cancer, testicular cancer and suicide. Standing in solidarity with the movement to raise awareness on men’s health issues globally, The RuMa Hotel and Residences has collaborated with men’s grooming expert Truefitt & Hill to present a Movember Afternoon Tea in support of the National Cancer Council Malaysia (MAKNA).

Inspired by the craftsmanship and ingredients in the esteemed barbershop’s wide range of products, the menu will feature an array of sweet and savoury treats such as Butterfly Pea Flower Cheese Cakes, Lavender and Apple Choux, and Blackcurrant Macarons. For every purchase of the Movember Afternoon Tea, The RuMa will donate 10 per cent to MAKNA. Priced at RM150 per person, each customer will also be entitled to a RM50 voucher which can be used at any of Truefitt & Hill’s four outlets in Malaysia.

For reservations and enquiries, visit or email [email protected].

4. Eat, drink and play at Tiffin At The Yard


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When: Every Thursday to Sunday, November 2021 through January 2022

Where: Sentul Depot

After a two-year hiatus (no thanks, Covid), Tiffin Food Court is finally back to offer a host of exciting F&B concepts for foodies to look forward to every weekend from now until 2022. Calling Sentul Depot its new home, the culinary playground is now christened as Tiffin At The Yard­—reflecting its creative use of interiors that invites foodies to explore the boundaries of dining and drinking in a vibrant setting.

Expect a rotation of the nation’s top chefs, restaurateurs and culinary talents at the urban food court, spanning 15 different concepts, pop-up dining, as well as cocktail, wine and beer bars. Among the lineup of vendors include afro-caribbean sandwiches from Jojo’s by Joloko, freshly baked pastries by Littlepeople, vegan specialties by Sala KL, fluffy baos by The Bao Guys, and eclectic ice-creams by The Licky Chan, just to name a few.

Other exciting programmes including food markets, wellness weekends, and pop-up dinners are also in the pipeline. Visitors can also sit back and relax at Beyond Lounge—where music, drinks and ever-changing art installations by local artists such as Sputnik Forest and The Tottie Object promise fun and wonder.

Follow @tiffineats on Instagram for more updates.

5. Enjoy Sidecar cocktails by Backdoor Bodega

When: 22 October 2021 to 22 November 2021

Where: Backdoor Bodega

Price: RM45 per bottle | RM120 for a set of three

When it comes to cognac cocktails, there’s arguably none as popular as the classic Sidecar. Named after a motorcycle sidecar owned by a gentleman in Paris and later popularised in London, the cocktail’s origin harks as far back as 1923, although its history has been heavily debated. To celebrate the anniversary of the iconic cocktail, The House of Remy Martin has partnered with Penang’s top speakeasy bar, Backdoor Bodega, to present two localised twists on the tipple, in addition to the original Remy Sidecar recipe.

Crafted specially by the team behind Backdoor Bodega, the three concoctions will be housed in 90ml customised bottles illustrated with their namesake vehicle. They will be available for sale individually as well as in a set of three—the latter of which comes with Remy Martin’s limited edition Charisma glasses.

To purchase the cocktails, visit

6. Have a Ritzy Afternoon Tea with Decorte at The Ritz-Carlton, Kuala Lumpur

When: Every Saturday and Sunday throughout November 2021 (for the first 15 guests at the 12pm seating)

Where: The Lobby Lounge, The Ritz-Carlton Kuala Lumpur

For a limited time only this November, The Ritz-Carlton Kuala Lumpur and Japanese cosmetics brand Decorté have partnered to present a Ritzy Afternoon Tea inspired by a main ingredient in the Decorté AQ Meliority range: the Benifuki Green Tea. The rare green tea leaf is organically grown in the UNESCO World Heritage Site Yakushima, and its extract is said to help enhance and accelerate the skin’s ability to regenerate itself.

The afternoon tea menu reflects this unique ingredient, featuring savoury delights and desserts served on three tiers of fine china, along with a selection of fine teas. Every purchase of an afternoon set for two will come with the creme de la crème of the Decorté range, namely a AQ Meliority pampering kit worth RM350, available on a first come first serve basis.

Advanced reservation is required. For reservations, contact +6018 306 3188 (WhatsApp) or email [email protected].

7. Snap photos at Kwai Chai Hong’s latest installation, ‘Illuminating Shadows’

Giant Rabbit Sculpture

When: 29 October to 5 December 2021, 9am to 10pm daily

Where: Kwai Chai Hong

Following the success of its previous installations, the team behind Kwai Chai Hong has collaborated once again with Alice Chang of Lai Lai Studio on an experimental art installation involving a play on perspective using lights and shadows. Aptly called ‘Iluminating Shadows’, the colourful installation features a ‘Giant Rabbit Sculpture’ and ‘Chaser Rabbits’—paying homage to the Jade Rabbit and Running Horse lantern initially created in conjunction with the Mid-Autumn Festival.

Vivid Streams

Also on display is ‘Vivid Streams’, featuring the artist’s take on the twists and turns in life. The display uses the same holographic material that’s constructed into the shape of the rabbit, here manipulated into various shapes embodying the fluidity of life. Interacting with the elements of the wind and sun, the shadows come to life with vibrant colours that represent the beauty in everything.

Follow Project Kwai Chai Hong on Facebook and Instagram or visit the website at for more updates.

For more weekend ideas, check out our previous BURO Weekend Guide here.

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