Not as popular as La Juceira next door, but the food is pretty alright. Nasi Lemak and cakes are good.
The owl has quite a few branches, one of them is at One City Puchong. Menu and quality are maintained.
Wife wanted to come here for the baked egg, but she probably confused here with somewhere else. The food is alright though.
Korean Buffet BBQ for RM 60.50 on weekend dinner. Unlimited supply of beef, pork, chicken and seafood; and some side dishes. Pork, duck and lamb are nice, prawn is fresh but oyster is a letdown. Sadly old people like me can't stomach too much in a buffet.
Korean fried chicken and fried onion. The chicken is alright, while the fried onion is pretty unique.
The noodle is pretty alright, and I like the free fried garlic provided. My parents don't enjoy the meal.
I would say this is a pretty good chapati and Indian/Punjabi cuisine, and the portion is pretty big as well.
This chapati shop seems popular, still need to queue at 9pm on weekends. The chapatti and mutton curry is pretty good.
Feels like an Indian vegetarian restaurant with plenty of Chinese food options. We go for their limited Indian food options, and it's pretty hot and taste alright.
Second time here, I still find the food taste very good and the set meal offer great value. Chef's pasta is quite a big portion for starters, and sea food pasta taste good.
The ambience is nice. The pork is tender and nicely marinated, but the babi rempah pasta is a bit bland. Cendolman cake feels like kuih, but it taste good.
The food is really good and quite unique, and the set meal is a real value for money. Ambience wise is just so so. Our favourite is the crab omelette and orange cake with ice-cream.