Let’s see what we ordered for our dinner. We ordered Dog Food, Classic Meatloaf, Baby Back Ribs, Crispy Bacon, Mixed Sausage Platter and Pig in a Blanket. I personally like the Classic Meatloaf and Dog Food. When I heard the name of Dog Food, I am like wow. Sound cool. Actually it is a fries bakes with gravy and cheese. For the Classic Meatloaf it actually is the combination of finely-minced pork and loaf. It is very juicy and tasty!
Please Note: This is a Non-Halal RestaurantDropped by Betty’s Midwest Kitchen at Aman Suria and Dataran Prima for an early dinner with the family. I’ve been...
Bottom Line: As someone who’s had Midwestern food for 4 years straight, I can vouch for the authenticity of Betty’s Midwest Kitchen’s food. With how long it’s been run, it would be a pity to see the diner come to a close when Kevin decides to retire. However, not every small business is built with the purpose of expanding or chasing profits, and Betty’s Midwest Kitchen is is an example of that.
Char Siew Wan Tan Mee (big), 9.50 ringgit. Between the noodles and the rice, I thought the noodles were better. It was gooood, delicious. The noodles here are slightly thinner than usual, springy. The char siew was tender and juicy, provided the noodles with a lil sweetness. It was good, I’d give this dish a go again.
4-Star (out of 5). Famous Seremban Favourites have one of the best char siew that I have ever tasted. Nice contrast of light crisp and juicy soft textures. Delicate, perfect balance of savoury, sweet and natural porky flavours. This is the first time that I've ever used the "P" word to describe food in my blog.
Be prepared to wait for at least 15 minutes to 20 minutes during lunch time as the restaurant will be very packed. You might even have a hard time catching a staff to take your order or paying for your food!
Would I come back? Maybe, just not on days when their crew is running at a bare minimum and live band playing.
If not this huge seafood tomyum pot? Then go for the popular pink soup. Yen Ta Fo (RM 39) represent hot pot with fishballs and tofu pieces and is another dish perfect for anyone who loves hot pot.
Rama’s Beloved Fried Donut Prawns (Tod Man Gong) (RM 18.90) Something NEW ! And this dish is sinfully good. The prawn donuts are made from the fresh minced meat together with prawns. It brings you with the crunchy bites of meat and inside moist, juicy and flavourful texture.
Ginger Wine Lala Soup with Noodles (RM 13) For fans of ginger, you will definitely love every mouthful of this. The hint of ginger are so good that I am totally indulged with it. I am loving the hint of ginger and they are well paired with the noodles itself.
Kenny’s Food Cart has been around since 1993 when Kenny’s father used to run the stall selling porridge at Alisan Road in Petaling Jaya. A few years ago, Kenny moved to their own restaurant at Kenny’s Food Cart in Aman Suria. Kenny continues the legacy with a new restaurant and a new business partner. After just months opening the restaurant, Ho Chak! a popular food TV program featured Kenny’s Food Cart on 8TV Malaysia. There were also many bloggers and friends gave good reviews on this restaurant.
Cantonese Style Loh See Fun, 8.50 ringgit Ooooo yum! Another yummy dish. I cant say I’ve had this particular dish with this thick of a noodle before. Yes, the noodles are usually short and thick but the ones here were thicker. I liked it, different but niceeee. The dish also came with minced meat, chicken, fried onions, spring onions, egg and etc. The soupy gravy was da bomb. The distinct taste of Chinese wine was more evident here – pleasant and not overwhelming. Yummy.
Just loves the complimenting veggies like Crunchy Beans and Firm Spongy Oyster Mushrooms that absorbed the soup.
9/10 Stars.. Price: Reasonable Services: Good & Friendly Environment: Cozy & Homey Food Type: Thai Cuisine Status: NON-Halal
It is one of the café which surprises me with their awesome food and beverage. Located in Aman Suria, District 13 is one of the café which is worth to visit for those who café hopper. Their café comes
Bacon carbonara. This tops my list of weirdest combination. The pan fried sliced spam lends the creamy pasta a salty flavor. Then you have the shredded seaweed. Like, wait, what just happened there? I find that last ingredient there weird or maybe it's just my lack of understanding for fusion food. I wouldn't say this tasted bad, just an acquired one.
As an experience chef himself, Howard who is also the owner of the cafe, does the ingredient shopping every morning at the market, and prepare the food himself.
If you lived nearby, this is a good eat. Go try some of their offerings.
They have many more stalls to check out. I spotted a bowl of one of my favourite noodles on a good number of tables.
Definitely worth the drive here, and a must-try if you happen to be at Restoran TropiKiri.
Roti Telur sampled today was quite good and especially worth mentioning is the thick Dhal (nice) and super spicy Sambal; worth mentioning it wasn't that oily at all.
It was super duper delicious breakfast for us. Tasty food and fast service. If there is a restaurant serve this delicious breakfast nearby my house, I don’t mind waking up everyday for this. Hehehehe!! The total bill for food and drinks is about RM 15 (Including 2 Teh Tarik, 1 Poori which is not included in the blog post)
Overall the food is nice and the restaurant is spacious. It is located slightly opposite 6 to 19 Nasi Lemak. Air Air-conditioning and Al Fresco dining area are available.
Maze at Menara Lien Hoe, doubling as a Coffee & Tea Saloon by day and Malaysia’s first dedicated Gin Parlour by night, had launches its all new drinks menu recently.
Maze is perfect to host your dual soirees here: His & Hers.
LAVO, a restaurant lounge and wine bar located at Menara Lien Hoe along Persiaran Tropicana, Petaling Jaya. This place certainly has the feel of spaciousness with a few dining areas to choose from. The main dining hall in modern setting furnished with sleek furniture and completed with a stylish curvy bar counter filled startling array of wine and liquors. This area receives great illumination of natural light from the glass window. One can also have a laid-back time and unwind at the wine deck.
definitely a good place for early breakfast in PJ.
Overall, a satisfactory breakfast food hunt in PJ.
Here ’s the location. The popular Ipoh Curry Laksa stall 怡保咖哩叻沙 Ipoh Curry Laksa RM5.00-6.00 a bowl 伊麵 Yee Mee RM6.00 (From another stal...
Overall, we thought the food was ok. Service was quick, but our experience was marred by the very greasy tofu dish.However, they do have a very extensive menu with a number of interesting seafood dishes.
Ambiance: 6/10 Price: 6.5/10 Food: 6.5/10 (non-halal) Verdict: Pretty decent dishes. Try the whole spareribs and homemade tofu with salted egg.
Overall, we would say the crabs here are pretty fresh and good for the price. And we recommend the superior soup lala as well.
The Hum Sap Crab is one of the signatures here. The crab comes simply fresh and the size comes pretty huge. They come amazingly good with the hint of salted egg and butter in it. They are perfect to enjoy with mantao.
Dry style lai yau chicken or dry butter milk chicken. The meat was deep fried alongside the buttery fried egg. Kinda dry on their own but also kinda addictive due to its crunchiness and slight saltiness.
The Grouper was immensely satisfying as well as fresh.
Ooo the pizza was yummy. It is thin crusted but not the usual crispy, slightly harden base. Nope, the ones here were thin but it had a roti canai kindda texture – dense and stretchy. Definitely an awesome base, I loved it. The tomoto sauce surprisingly did not come off too strong, which dependant in the mood I am in, is what I fancy. There were plenty of chicken pieces, pineapples, cheese and tomatoes. A generous amount of toppings with tasty sauce and a thin, soft base made up a yummy pizza. I loved it.
Overall, a satisfactory fish noodle shop, wasn't disappointing.
Medley of yong tau fu and of course, their signature dish (me thinks), fish balls. The fried fu chok has a thin layer of fish paste underneath, luckily it was still crunchy. The taupok was quite all right, not so much of air but tofu. Fried stuffed tofu was also quite good, though you need some chili to give it more taste. Their fish balls are worth a special mention for they had such a bouncy texture, minus the fishy taste that it's almost unbelievable. So bouncy that they could be used a ping pong balls.