Performer Joshua Anthony Gui is a proud Penangite. There's no place with better food for this dancer, singer, actor and vocal coach, who always embarks on a gluttonous spree whenever he's back home.
Since he has been working in Kuala Lumpur, Gui has discovered a few favourites here. "During the MCO, I usually cook at home but when I have the occasional cravings, I'm not a fussy eater," he says with a laugh.
While a recent foray into fitness has made him pickier of his culinary choices, there's always room for his favourite foods. This performer needs all the energy he can get for all the time he spends under the spotlight. He has played major roles in such theatre productions as Sepet The Musical, Love Story and Next To Normal. You might have even seen him in one of his whimsical Belle In KL videos on social media. In this instalment of 5 Foodie Finds, Gui recommends his favourite places to feed the tummy.
1. A Pie Thing
I usually purchase their frozen pies in bulk. Pop them in the oven for 45 minutes to one hour and, voila!, a wholesome meal for post-work indulgence. My favourite is the Pulled Lamb Pie. I love the tender meat and flavoursome juicy filling in the crusty pastry. For sweet pies, my go-to is the Matcha Pie.
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