What we like about this mall is the natural sunlight which brightened the entire mall. The mall is easy to walk and the design is not that complex. Thus, it is easy to walk around. We were there during lunch time and the office crowd came in. Most of the restaurants are packed and some restaurants were giving some promotions to get more customers.
What do We Like about Kompassion? -Foods were all great and delicious. Can see the efforts behind each dish from the ingredients used -Comfortable environment and attentive staff
Dinner was about RM250 for three pax, and considering how we ate so much, plus drinks and desserts, it was very reasonable. Kompassion has certainly upped their game, yet managed to keep their prices down at more affordable levels.
Our meal for four, inclusive of drinks and desserts, came up to RM250++. Considering the setting, as well as quality of food and service, I think this is a reasonable price. There are plenty of other dishes that I’ve yet to try on the menu, so I’m looking forward to my next visit. Reservations are recommended, but you can try walking in too.
A good contrast in comparison to the sight and smell of the rendang daging and fried chicken.
I suppose next time coming here, I can try the Economy fried noodles with sambal plus some Malay Kueh!
8/10. My favourite nasi lemak in Kuala Lumpur, and for good reason. The only thing that slightly bothers me sometimes is how claustrophobic you can feel here. Sometimes it is impossible to get a seat, and you tend to get a million strangers next to you when you get one. But hey, some people like this aspect to feel more among Malaysians!
I'm stoked to savour my favourite Ulam Rice (RM38) from Table & Apron (T&A) restaurant after a 2-year hiatus.
While their specials and a la carte menu may see exciting options during holidays, the set menu has classic favorites. You can eat like a king, delighting over the unique combinations. Each set comes with spicy ginger tea and a choice of a delicious daily soup or salad. Only available Tuesday to Friday at lunchtime, show up early and dig in! In particular, the soft bone pork stew is a favorite. Served with garlic rice, glazed carrots, and a soy sauce egg it’s a sensory delight. Just…where to begin on this delectable dish?!
Food is tasty, especially the juicy fried chicken.
Common Man Coffee Roasters (CMCR), the specialty coffee roaster, academy and cafe which originates from Singapore, launched its all-new menu that features a fresh selection of artfully crafted comfort fare, elevated and redefined….
Chai Latte is one of their specialty recipe from their kitchen.
Flat White was good, less milk and more coffee taste. Flat White @ RM 12
The noodles were super loaded and the broth had a deep flavor. No regrets making this mistake.
There are many stalls selling Wantan Mee in Malaysia but only a few that is must-try. First will be Kum Kee’s Wantan Mee that serves smooth delicious poached chicken. Second is Nam Heong that…
My favorite is definitely their Signature Iron Lady Milk Tea Kakigori. The earthy flavor of tie guan yin tea pairs surprisingly well with milk and the chewy tapioca pearls, yam mochi and sweet potato mochi are just the right amount of 'QQ'. The chewy trio are all flavorful individually and the brown sugar syrup is surprisingly not too sweet.
Ambiance: 6/10 Price: 6/10 Food: 6.5/10 (pork-free) Verdict: Definitely a spot to consider if you’re into shaved ice desserts. Try the Iron Lady Milk Tea and Classic Grass Jelly.
Aftermeal Desserts Address : 52,Jalan SS21/58, Damansara Utama, Petaling Jaya, Selangor, 47000, Malaysia. We had ordered Iron Lady Milk Tea Kakigori RM22/5.1...
At the end of the day, it is just comfort food for the craving of Hokkien Mee in PJ. We don’t believe they offer the best hokkien mee but when you crave for Hokkien Mee, Restoran Damansara Uptown Hokkien Mee is one of the few places to visit.
The Hokkien Mee is delicious. This tick noodle is cooked with pork lard and thick soya sauce, added with shrimps, crispy pork skin, and cabbage. It is very rich in flavor, melty sweet savoury in the mouth with a tiny bit crunchy texture from crispy pork skin, cabbage, and shrimp. It is very yummy, especially when I added their garlicy chilly sauce. YUMMM…
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The servings are quire huge although the slightly pricy as all ingredients used is quite fresh. Conclusion, what a sinful dinning experience but wonderful dishes and friendly waiters. Rating: 9 /10
Stew Lamb with carrots at MYR 28.90+ (10% service charge = MYR 31.80 nett). The lamb shank is cut into 5 pieces and there is a lot of mashed potato so I kept 3 pieces of the lamb meat and half the mashed potato for lunch the next day. This price is lower than the price of the lamb shank here so it is value for money. Warm water is provided foc so all 4 of us did not order any drink.
Mixed Sausage Platter where you get to choose 4 sausage of your choice accompanied by potato salad or mashed potatoes and sauerkraut grilled sausages are served with onion sauce. This is a must order because sausages is the highlight! You will get to try different kind of sausages and yes, every single of them tasted very different. You may want to ask the waiter/waitress if you wish to know the name of all the sausages before you eat, which we did not do. So at the end we only know the thin and long one is nice, but we don’t know what sausage is that.
A Pie Thing is your answer to savoury and sweet pies in Petaling Jaya. This OG pie shop serves beef, chicken, lamb, and veggie pies, and the best Lemon Curd pie in town.
Taste:8/10(Good. I satisfied with the taste of the chicken mushroom pie here however I think they can still improve on the taste of the crust).
The Mashacre version consists of mashed Potatoes, Sweet Peas and laden with smooth, luscious gravy. The choice of our Pie was Chicken Masala... carefully cooked and seasoned Chicken Masala filling encased in a flaky, buttery pastry skin. We were worried if the combination would turn out to be overly salty but to our surprise, it was well-seasoned on the dot. We thought it was very filling but had to leave some space for their sweet varieties
The Nasi Lemak Pork Rendang attracts me when I looked at the menu. I am loving how the fragrant nasi lemak is done with the fragrant blend of coconut rice together with the generous portion of pork rendang together with the cucumbers, anchovies, kangkung and half an egg.
No question that definitely like this hidden bar, with so much booze to choose from and if other food items in the menu are as good as tonight's mutton varuval, then good food as well.
Of course there are some that I really enjoyed- all Tea Garden, LC 1 (RM 32) and Kopi Ice (RM 35) were all super easy to drink. I’ve always dislike eggwhite in cocktail but I do not dislike this, probably because of the floral hints from lavender. Despite looking ordinary, I am putting LC1 and Kopi ice as a strong contender for one of the tastiest cocktail for the night.
Like I mentioned, this is a short food sharing and food review. I was there for a quick lunch and only ordered two versions of their nasi lemak. They also offer nasi lemak with butter chicken and maybe you might want to order that too. Mamalee Malaysian Cuisine famous nasi lemak definitely lives up to their reputation and it is a good alternative to the famous Village Park nasi lemak which is located on the same road and down the road. This is not a sponsored review.
Mamalee, the delicious and creative addition to our usual nasi lemak, the price was very reasonable with very big piece of L-shape chicken
Mamalee’s Salted Egg Fried Chicken Nasi Lemak is definitely worth checking out if you’re a big fan of salted egg! Located in Damansara Uptown, Mamalee is a P...
IDC offers a comfortable and cozy setting for those who like a quite place for Ice Cream and Coffee.
Have you ever been to IDC or Ice Dreams Cafe in Damansara Kim, Selangor? They’re known for serving various Kapiti ice cream flavours as well as delicious han...
The Ice Latte was awesome here. It was thick, milky and ‘kaw’ and by ‘kaw’ I mean – strong. It hits you on all the right spots. Loved it.
It’s the new year! 2020 is finally upon us, have you made your new resolution yet? Eat more? Enjoy life more? Let me introduce you a yummy Korean BBQ Restaurant then, BBQ Ma Eul Cup Bab over at Damansara Uptown which we dined at recently. Read on to see what we had that evening.
Bbq Ma Eul Cup Bab的烧烤和各种韩国料理都十分不错，而且小菜也很多样化，难怪天天都会客满！
My Personal Opinion If meat or Korean BBQ is your thing and you have no qualms about eating and sweating at the same time, then you should definitely consider this place for the price factor (first) and taste (second). There are very few places where you can get a meal of 7 items that's able to feed 4 people sufficiently for around RM150! O_o In fact, three small-eaters (or those on a tight budget) could possibly have a meal for RM20 with just the RM59 set and lots of banchan! ;) As far as I'm concerned, there's very little to distinguish between the taste of these Korean BBQs and unlimited banchan. Perhaps, the slight noticeable difference would be in the marination of the meats (and if you're ordering non-marinated meats, it makes no difference) and maybe the dipping sauce. So, wear as little as possible.....and indulge in a sizzling hot 'affair'! ^_~
I was struggling to finish the satay and so was my Auntie. What a disappointing experience. I don't know what happened to Sate Kajang Hj Samuri@Damansara Uptown to serve such lackluster satay. I wonder if other patrons have the same experience or I was just unlucky that day. This experience will put me off satay for a while.
We ate satay for lunch at Restaurant Satay Kajang Hj. Samuri At Uptown Damansara. It was an awesome lunch. The satay was awesome. I am awesome. I am satay. The Food OMG THE SATAY...
On the other hand, their Chicken Sate's were nice, though not the best that I have eaten and I am very sure that many would be able to vouch for this. I think it is the brand name that sells itself now more than the quality of the Sate's. The Sate's have definitely shrunk in size over the years but the taste has been consistent. I would rate their Chicken Sate's at 8/10
Especially when you have a nice slice of carrot cake to go with it. While there's no coffee art, the drink speaks for itself. I want to say it's full bodied, not bitter but you'd see right through my pretentious self 😂 Lets just say that the coffee and cake is like a marriage made in heaven. One offsets the other's flaw.
Apparently Red Kettle is famous for their pork chop, but I guess none of us was in the mood for so much of pork lmao so we opted for other items on their menu. The bestie obviously couldn't give up on pork so she settled for Cajun Prawn Pork Burger - chargrilled cajun prawns & handmade pork patty, homemade pork bacon, cheddar cheese, honey mustard, tomato salsa, salad & fries. So sinful but so good! Do note that this dish is slightly spicy though.
Pan Fried Seabass at MYR 28.90+ (MYR 31.79 nett). My friend ordered Sambal Tumis Seabass with Rice at the same price. For both dishes, the seabass steaks are prepared in the same way - pan fried. We saw these seabass dishes in the menu and decided to have lunch at this eatery. The mashed potatoes is creamy and the roasted vegetables - broccoli, cauliflower, baby tomatoes, sugar snap peas and brinjals are tasty. The skin of the seabass is pan fried till very crispy.
Would I come back on my own? I don't think so but if my brother wants company to share a fish head curry meal, I would be game to return.
没想到这里的咖喱那么好吃，尤其是 Fish Curry，小的份量里有一块鱼肉、羊角豆、菜豆和豆腐卜，味道好到可以扯很多饭
Overall, Ratha Raub is a MUST TRY restaurant for Fish Head Curry lovers. We will definitely be coming back for more very soon.
The Tourism Authority of Thailand launched a new campaign which are "EAT THAI, VISIT THAILAND 2019". So, they are doing the collaboration with Mr Tuk Tuk, Thai restaurant in Starling Mall at Petaling Jaya, This campaign started from March 20 till April 30, 2019. Mr Tuk Tuk have 8 outlets that you can pay a visit to Mr Tuk Tuk restaurant, which are nearer your home or office area. Even, they also introduced some new dishes and drinks in Mr Tuk Tuk restaurant
Due out of curiosity, we also did order a set of Tuk Tuk Laksa RM10.80 – serving with a bowl of laksa broth, spice leaves, bean sprouts, salted vegetables, and rice vermicelli. The result was surprising “Aroi Mak Mak Mak” (very very very delicious), once you dipped the rice vermicelli into the laksa broth and start chowing, next thing you can savor is the rich mellow goodness of coconut milk that directly overcomes with a fine scent of dried shrimps, lemongrass and various spices. We regard it as a delectable “Thai” laksa at its best, definitely worth our personal two thumbs up! 😉
Crispy Fish Fillet with Mango Salad - MYR 13.80 nett. I like the mango salad but find the coating for the fish fillet to be a bit thick.
[Non-halal] The Koon Kee wantan mee in Damansara Utama is known for its homemade al-dente noodles and pickled chillies.
or 3 vegetarian items either with rice or noodles is rm$7, but the dishes I picked today slightly salty today.
Overall, it was a so-so dinner for us. The total bill for the food is RM 16 which I found expensive for the dishes we have chosen