5/10. Good ambience (and free WiFi - just ask the staff for the password), but I’m probably not coming back here for the food (or at least the breakfast/lunch/dinner). In my opinion, has many similarities to Mei (also considered a fairly healthy eating spot) and I just think that the quality - at a similar price point - is just much better at Mei. Probably the reason for the slightly harsher review, but a nice spot to have coffee (or at least it has the ambience for it)!
I went for the Hoisin Smoked Duck Rice Roll (RM16), which came in a generous portion with Japanese rice, tempura mushroom and onsen egg. Considering the price vs portion, it was pretty value for money! The duck had a sweet flavour which was closer to a teriyaki glaze, and the meat was tender but not gamey. Loved nibbling on the flavourful extra layer of duck fat on the top ! The tempura mushrooms weren’t greasy and gave the dish a crispy element. Egg was perfectly poached. All in all, a solid rice bowl.
There is a "cool look" to both the interior and exterior of Garage 51, with an mordernist and industrial deco, coupled with reburbished huge oil drums as seats at the entrance, plus the huge mural painting on the big wall outside; you can't miss it. And definitely serves up a good Latte!
The Hanoian Style Grilled Pork with Vermicelli (RM18.90) is so good! The well-seasoned pork patties and tender grilled pork belly slices sit in a sweet and tangy broth. We scoop generous amounts over the tender vermicelli noodles. The whole dish is brightened with large sprigs of fresh herbs and lettuce leaves.
Besides the usual Vietnamese meaty rice and noodle meals, it also offers Vietnamese vegetarian recipes.
This is one of the crowds favourite which you can give it a try too. CANH CHUA NGAO NƯỚC DỪA Clam in Coconut Broth @ RM 14.90. Soup is quite solid in taste and clam is fresh. Love the balance of taste of lemon grass which is not overpowering that can taste the actual broth base.
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Technically, I fell in love with the sauce that was served with the nachos. It was absolutely finger-licking goodness. I was trying to figure out what was that extra 'kick' that they added into the sauce and sprinkled on the nachos, but the only closest clue to that answer would be "curry powder". It definitely added that 'definition' to the whole meal's flavour.
Taste: 9/10(Delicious. The nasi lemak burger does taste great. The fried chicken were crispy and juicy. Together with crushed anchovies and peanut butter a good combination. The burger not overly spicy and sambal chicken rendang were fragrant from the first bite).
This one is the sriracha chicken plus spaghetti carbonara which was only about RM20. It’s definitely filling and is value for money. The pasta has a lot of mushrooms in it which enriched the taste as well.
After Black Cafe finds its footing within the cafe scene as being superior in every which way. Wooden panels designed to give it the modern feel, food made for the modern man/woman in mind, it’d feel like your in heaven’s doorstep - foodie heaven.
Baked egg with chicken pepperoni RM 13.90: Egg, carrot, button mushroom, capsicum, garlic, mint, tomato sauce, chilli pepper with black charcoal toast Look like Shakshouka that has been given the trimmed down version, it was a little dry. Unusual given that there's egg but it had almost fully cooked.Some may argue this is the stuff of breakfast, I think anytime's a good time for them eggs.
One section of the restaurant affords a panoramic view of Sunway Lagoon.
The Golek Station will feature a whole lamb, where the chefs will slice the succulent meat directly unto the diners’ plate. The lamb is marinated overnight with over 25 different local spices and mixed herbs such as old ginger, garlic, lemongrass, galangal, salt, masala, coriander, yoghurt, mint leaves and cumin powder before slowly roasting for four (4) hours to retain its moisture, producing a tender and juicy meat for diners to enjoy.
The Resort Café, will serve the special Ramadan buffet dinner nightly from 6 May to 4 June 2019, from 6.30pm to 10.30pm. The buffet is priced at RM 188 nett per adult and RM 98 nett per child (ages between 6 to 12 years).
Salmon Zanmai is one of my favourite dish. For salmon lover, you can dive to enjoy the awesome choices of sushi all in one goal where you can have salmon, salmon belly, broiled salmon, salmon roasted with cod roe and the salmon roll all in one place. One can enjoy the melts in the mouth salmon which is delectable.
It was a good lunch with my sister. Good & fast service and the quality of the food remains the same in all the outlets which I am quite impressed. Well done guys.
Darling also ordered this Mentaiko Spider Roll (RM13.80). Deep fried soft shell crab rolled in nori sheet and rice. Wrapped in Vietnamese spring roll skin and topped with avocado and cod roe mayonnaise. We super love this and will definitely order this again on our future visit.
Kedai macam ni standard la, makanan murah, air mahal. Kami minum lemonade dia sedap jugak, walaupun mahal sikit. Menyegarkan~~
My Personal Opinion Although I won't bother eating those commercially produced meat and frozen fish, the chicken chop itself is worth trying for the price and taste if you happen to be in the mall looking for cheaper eats.
Slurpy Chicken (RM 17) We had their Slurpy Chicken where the chicken comes simply juicy and moist. The portion is pretty huge to be enjoyed and they are deliciously sides with the al-dente pasta. Just perfect to my tastebuds.
Don't wait anymore, Come over to Wagyumore today and experience top-notch Wagyu Beef in Klang Valley!.
Wagyu More shabu-shabu buffets are pretty good value for money. Their soups are well-boiled and tasty; I can get my unlimited flow of fresh vegetables, fuchuk, mushrooms and the hot food and desserts selections are very decent. So, yes – this is one buffet I’d go back again for… especially when I crave for a good bubbling hotpot with family and friends!
On top of those, Wagyu More also serves freshly cut upon order premium meats including Japanese A5 Wagyu Beef, Australian Wagyu Beef, US Angus Beef, Australian Beef Chuck Roll, Australian Beef Brisket, US Pork Loin, Imported Pork Belly, Imported Pork Collar and many more.
The restaurant offers from dishes (to go with rice), noodles, 单座 Singles, Bites, to Sets and Platters as well as a variety of Thai style beverages (with prices from rm$10+ to rm30+).
1) Thai Fried Glass Noodles 2) Som Tam (Spicy Papaya Salad with shrimps)3) Thai Salted Fish Fried Rice4) Stir Fried Kangkung Sambal (Spicy Morning Glory Veg).
mr. Tuk Tuk, a Thai restaurant that always crowded with people. Every time pass by there sure have people queue up outside the restaurant. Wanted to try for a long time but when look at the queue will change my mind. It located at LG2, opposite Cold Storage. As always long queue but we managed to get a seat just a few minutes because of 2 sitter.
For me I am so in love with the Ebi Tempura Udon which comes with the slurpy noodles and topped with the crunchy crispy deep fried prawns on top. Yummz
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Anyone is a huge fan of Shishamo? I love the crispy Deep Fried Shishamo Smelt from Genki Sushi.
Their chicken teriyaki is one of the signature too. Their chicken teriyaki is one of my favourites as they are well marinated with the teriyaki sauce and then being grilled till perfection. Nice and juicy each bites.
Premium Loin Aburi (Torched) (RM 28) One can enjoy the premium A5 wagyu which is beautifully torched in front. You can savour the sliced wagyu which is served with the sea salt and every mouthful is awesomely good and delicious.
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I highly recommend getting the Tom Yum (you can choose from chicken, seafood or shrimp). We ordered the chicken for 2 pax (RM39++). Taste wise, this is one of the better tom yum soups that I’ve had in the Klang Valley. Sour with a spicy kick (but not to the point that you breathe fire; just makes you sweat a little), it’s chock full of flavour from the lemongrass, chilli and other herbs. The chicken meat was also cooked to tender perfection. You can easily polish off bowls of rice with this.
Phad Thai Noodle was superb. It's served with a piece of lime, bean sprouts and chilli flakes. Guys, make sure to squeeze the lime over the noodles before you enjoy! Phad Thai Noodle @ RM 20.76
Phad Thai Noodles (udang) berharga RM20.76 (tanpa 6% gst dan 10% caj servis). Rasanya agak masin. Kacang, serbuk cili kasar, taugeh, limau dan telur juga diletakkan. Anda boleh gaul semua bahan tersebut sebelum makan. Harganya agak mahal sebab hanya ada 3 ekor udang sahaja.
Overall lunch experience here at Menya Miyabi did not leave a good impression.
We ordered one of their best seller ramen “Miyabi Shoyu Ramen” RM23.50 serves in a thick brownish soup made with fermented soybean, ramen noodles, braised eggs, char siew, and flavored bamboo shoots. We are rather surprised to find out that the ramen noodle used is dan-dan noodles (担担面) which produces chewier texture, soyu broth tasted like being stir-fried before, very enriched with the fragrant aroma from the wok (锅气). The Miyabi Shoyu Ramen was delicious except the aftertaste for being too salty, the chef might have neglected that we do not have the winter season (heavy flavor) in our country perhaps? 😉
The classics topped with onion, bamboo, slices of tender meat and most importantly and interesting surprise of a good textured and perfectly cooked noodles- we hardly get good noodle texture without a gentle reminder to the chef, that some of us in Malaysia do like the real deal of springy from ramen noodles. While there are some with thicker and more flavourful broth, the rest of the bowls of the order didn’t quite make it to please or pass the musters for value and depth of flavour. The rest on the table seemed to unhappy with the rest of the ramen choices. All Assari Sio Ramen (RM23) , Tonkotsu ramen (RM 25) and Yaki- Miso Ramen( RM 25 ) were either lightly seasoned or
Established in 2016, "The Fish Bowl" is actually the first poke specialty shop to open in Malaysia.
My dish was the Shoyu Salmon; which is literally just raw salmon. Almost every time I go to the Fish Bowl, I always choose the same ingredients; herby lime sauce, gar-gar sauce, cherry tomatoes, edamame, chili flakes, pickled cucumber, mango, almonds and brown rice as my base. I absolutely love this combo because it has a kick of acidity but the sweetness from the other ingredients make sure that the overall flavour of the bowl is rounded. The gar-gar sauce would definitely be a hit for those who love garlic and the herby lime complemented the raw salmon very well! The portion of the salmon and the sides were generous so it’s worth it for the price. I would point out that the portion of the brown rice did seem a bit lesser than before; maybe it’s just me? Or maybe they were running out of brown rice? I’m not too sure. My bowl was also RM 20.90 but it was definitely worth it!
Poke Bowl with Spicy Sirracha was damn good. Salmon was fresh, impeccably prepared and they are generous with the salmon portion in it. Both tasted equally good and I should try different choices in the near future. The portion size was more than enough for us. Salmon Set @ RM 17.90/ Poached Egg @ RM 2.90
Verdict: Definitely hits and misses on food, but overall I still willing to revisit as the food is quite suit my taste bud (based on my few visits). Oh ya, reminder to all, Fong Lye only accept cash payment, so prepare enough cash if you plan to dine in here. ^__*
Very nice Taiwanese Pork bun, especially great with that semi-fat+pork meat!
Beef Stew cooked and served just at the right timing succulent meat still remain juicy tender while radish is well soaked with essences of the stew, overall texture was smooth yet flavourful. This Taiwanese Beef Stew tastes differently compared to the Vietnamese version where it has an extra spices flavour in it.
The most recommended food is Xiao Long Bao as stated that Dragon-I is famous of its Xiao Long Bao and Hot and Spicy Chinese Pepper Chicken Cubes.
为了配合秋天盛产的大闸蟹，笼的传人特别推出了大闸蟹套餐（Hairy Crab Premium Set），接下来的菜都包括在套餐里面哦～套餐价格请参阅这里
Talking about gravy and fish, and yes, I do like fish and seafood a lot, the Sautéed Egg White with Fish and Dried Scallops is really tasty and very suitable for children. The little ones would love food slightly mushy and plus, the taste is great. Served to us with a raw yolk in the middle, the dish looks great before stirring it.
The President (RM 21.80) For chicken lover, you can go for The President. The president is served with the roasted chicken, mozzarella cheese, French garlic sauce, caramelized onions and the roasted cherry tomato. The taste is just awesome with the delighting and aromatic flavours, tender chicken meat with the creamy and fragrant mozzarella cheese and the garlic sauce. Yummy!
A meat lover's dream, the Wagyu Steak Out (RM36.80) is a must-try! A 100g Wagyu steak, perfectly cooked to medium rare doneness, is complimented beautifully with mozzarella cheese, mustard BBQ sauce, pickled cabbage, caramelised onions, roasted tomato and garden greens. This time, we had it with the sourdough bread, which was excellent too.
It was delicious. Mr Baa Baa is made up of Grilled NZ Lamb + Mustard BBQ + Mozzarella + Pickled Cabbage + Garlic Aioli + Mint Leaves + Cranberry Jam. In terms of the bagels itself, there are 5 types you can choose from – Plain, Seeded, All Sorts. Salt and Pumpkin. I opted for the Pumpkin bagel, just for the heck of it. It was yummy, filling and wholesome. It was like munching on a really fat sandwich. Just to get a bite on the whole thing (all layers in one go), it would entail you to stretch your mouth to the maximum. The blend of flavors was nice. I’d never put lamb and cranberry in the same equation, but it works. The distinct flavor from the meat, mozzarella and mustard sauce was made better with the addition of sweetness from cranberry jam. It sneaks up on you. Loved it.