Navaneetham Krishnan Profile
Asian Fusion Recipe
What a journey it has been so far. Exciting, trilling and interesting since I’ve hopped into the back wagon of blogging. The head neither the tail still invisibly until today yet crazily challenging as a learning curve and stepping stone towards the small and big achievements. Indeed a slow start before nava-k spiraled as a well-known lifestyle blog with simple easy to cook recipes, with honest-sincere food reviews, with looking and feeling good beauty and fashion reviews and with global tracking travel ventures.
Armed with 25 years of lecturing, 5 years of inventing new recipes, 5 years and future years of exploring the world within the country and further horizons, years of testing and trying beauty products and 3 years as a free-lance editor, Nava Krishnan has emerged as one of the most sorted after lifestyle blogger. Surely doors of opportunities came knocking and is still rocking while she is getting her grip between managing the home affairs and the hours in front of the laptop writing world class articles. Truly an interesting life.
Available almost 24 hours via email [email protected], she will try her utmost best to remain in real time unless where the globe is cut off without wifi connection.
MBA (CSU, Mgt), Dip (MIM, Mgt), Deg (ACAP, Counselling), CPM (APMF), Int. Cert (Bread Making, Taylor’s University), Int. Cert (Patisserie, Taylor University), Dip (Beauty Therapist), Cert (ITEC, Beauty Therapist) & MLVK (Jurusolek).
Specialty of Asian Fusion Recipes
Restaurants I Recommend
- Restaurant Cambodian Kitchen (Siem Reap, Cambodia)
- Authentic Cambodian dishes and the stand out was crabs in spicy and eggy gravy
- The Burger Factory (Kota Kemuning, Shah Alam, Malaysia)
- If you fancy a typical and authentic Malaysian sensation on your palate, the belacan fried rice is a must try. Equally sensation was the coney dog classic, lots of 3 types of cheese topping
- Loon Sing Restaurant (Nilai, Negeri Sembilan, Malaysia)
- Known for their well sorted Chinese dishes. Been here a few times and there were a few which fancied very much
- Eat @ Khmer ! Restaurant (Siem Reap, Cambodia)
- The signature dish for our lunch was served in fresh coconut. It contained chicken pieces, onions, chilies and vegetables, coated with fresh coconut juice.
- Little Penang Kafe (Mid Valley Megamall, Malaysia)
- It was another commercialized outlet but seem very popular. Serves the so called Penang dishes.
- Govinda's Restaurant (William Street, Northbridge - Perth,WA), Australia)
- one of the best vegetarian meals I've ever had, fabulous and delicious.
- Cicerellos - Fremantle (Fremantle, Perth, Australia)
- Nothing was wrong with the dishes in this popular eatery. But it wasn't to my liking. Portions are huge and it will worth sharing