First dish – the Nyonya Fish. This was my favorite dish of the night. The fish itself was Tilapia, which was a perfect choice if you want something cheaper yet meaty and delicious. The Nyonya gravy to me was the star of the dish. It was flavorful, a little spicy and a little sweet and having it with the rice was da bomb.
Pantai Seafood Restaurant is full service casual dining restaurant with guests profile comprising mainly of families, group gatherings and office workers, many of who are regulars.
Overall the service is quite good, the staff will served you immediately and in a good manner. The foods are fresh, tasty but a bit pricey. The environment is quite clean and they also has a huge parking land for you to park your car, they do have few security there observing around. If anyone plan to goes can referral to this name card. Please be sure that you MUST make your booking before going, so that immediately you can have your seat. Otherwise, you have to wait patiently.
The slightly expensive rm$9 "干咖喱排骨麵 Stewed Dry Curry Pork Ribs Noodle" was acceptable but wasn't my liking today
Chan Meng Kee does offer good safe Covid-19 dining procedures with workers all on Masks and tables with Social Distancing partition screens
Will definitely be back here maybe for their Roasted Duck or Steamed chicken in the future!
Eventually, we opted to try one of the dessert on display, specifically Lucky Koi. The combination of ingredients in this specific dessert (oolong rice ice cream + peach sorbet + goji berry muesli crunch + lychee glaze) was appealing and yummy. There was a burst of flavors and textures – the tanginess from the berries, the crunch from the muesli and the unique sweetness from the creamy ice cream. We enjoyed it.
Overall, it's a really cool dessert place.
Top-notch, one of the best ice cream I had in 2019. "Delicieux" in French!
Boon Signature Roast PorkLocation:75, Jalan SS 22/19, Damansara Jaya, 47400 Petaling Jaya, Selangor.D.E. Business Hours:Monday - Friday10:00am - 21:00pmSatur...
Rice with Roast Pork, BBQ Pork and Roast Chicken at MYR 17 nett. The Roast Chicken breast meat is tender so I like it. They put the Roast Pork on top of a piece of plastic sheet to keep the skin crispy by not soaking up the gravy from the rice. The gravy has a bit of Lap Cheong (wax sausage) taste. Both of us shared this packet of rice for lunch.
Today's Monday morning breakfast is the rm$7 " 干撈豬肉粉 Dry Pork noodle", ok and just the sauce a little bit salty to my liking.
The chicken was definitely comes with 滑鸡 smooth meat, also along the plate was 2 large piece of mushroom; nevertheless, the sauce was a little too salty to bear.
If you happen to be near SS2 Petaling Jaya, I would recommend dropping by for breakfast.
One of my most satisfying meal in a while, and reservation is recommended. I like the Spanish ribs, it is the salty version and not those sweet bbq sauce. The sausages is superb as well.
Iberico Pork Sausage (RM12.90), Farmer's Bratwurst- English Parsley Sausage (RM10.50) and Garlic Sausage (RM10.50) Comment: 3 of these sausages taste really good on its own, very tasty, juicy, thick and firm, definitely premium quality!
The Smoked Pork Knuckle was my favorite for the evening, smoky, tender and juicy. My favorite part was the skin :) The brown sauce complemented the meat very well though (again) I found this dish (and the sauce) a little salty to my taste.
If you're a person who likes soya beans, you can pay Soylab 帅不离 a visit.
Tasty but premium soy based dessert, could get crowded after weekend dinner.
We were further blown away by the Signature Soyffle; though it required a 30-minute wait, we thought the wait was worth while. The Souffle Pancake was extremely light and fluffy; good on its own but even better (or richer) to enjoy with Soya Soft Serve (and a little bit of Honey).
Ambiance: 5.5/10 Price: 6/10 Food: 6.5/10 (non-halal) Verdict: The pork knuckle and Guinness pork ribs are worth ordering.
One fine day, my co-worker suggested that we join some of her friends from another company for lunch so the 9 of us had the following 6 dishes with rice: stir fry sweet potatoes leaves; Thai Style Tofu; Marmite Pork; Ginger Chicken; deep fried squid and "Sang Cheong". Total Bill is around MYR 188.
Verdict: For a place that is so crowded and well known, the food is quite good, and service fast too, because the rest had arrived at 6, dinner was served at 6.30 and I arrived at 7.... ( I had Saturday line dance class from 3 to 5) after dinner, I went to Jacey's house to fetch J who had finished her camp at Temerloh.
Rum and raisins cheese cake of Rekindle is the reason we keep going back for more 🙂 Ever since discovering and trying out their alcoholic cake in Rekindle, we regularly went back for their cake (especially the alcoholic one) and for the ambience, but too bad we are unable to dine in for the moment.
This is a nice little cafe with cozy seating areas inside and interestingly coverted "sewing machines" as coffee tables in the outdoor seating area.
Any Rekindle regular patron would tell you that their tiramisu is not to be missed and rightfully so. In terms of alcohol, it is slightly more lethal by Alexis' but I feel that Rekindle's version has more hold, less wobbly than Alexis'. In a way, that's good because you don't feel like you're eating mush (not that it is). On the other, it means less cheese (boo hoo).
Dah lama tak lepak Murni ni. Sekali datang, masih macam dulu. Orang tak putus putus.
To make things easy for the night, we just go for all time Malaysian Favorite - Nasi Lemak Murni Discovery (RM 13.90). The nasi lemak platter is worth the price paid as it comes generously with a piece of chicken wings, sambal condiments with prawns, hard boiled egg, salted peanuts, slices of cucumbers on a piece of banana leaf. All the essential flavors are there. If we were to nitpick, it would be the sambal condiments lacking the driving factors to complement the rice.
Mee Raja Chicken Chop (MYR 15) One of the famous order at SS2 Murni is the Mee Raja, literally means Emperor Noodles. This type of noodle comes fluffily springy and with some rich eggy aroma. It is stir-fried with some carrots, cabbage, crabstick filament and seafood, before assembled with sides like fried fritters, fries and choice of grilled chicken chop. While not many people who actually enjoy this Murni’s Classic Mee Raja for the more bland taste they claim, they appear quite nice and enjoyable to me.
House Rice Bowl, 17.90 ringgit I must say, this is one eatery that provides you with plenty of gravy when you order a rice bowl. For some reason, lots of eateries like serving them rice bowls dry, with as little gravy as possible. Why, why, why? This rice bowl came with boneless chicken thigh, poached egg, pickled cucumber and vegetables with plenty of sweet, ketchup-py gravy. It was yummy – simple yet delicious.
Their Housemade Sourdough Toast (RM 3) is one of the must try here. It had the expected mild sour taste but the texture was not too hard for mastication. When it paired with their housemade coconut spread, the chemistry worked perfectly and this simple local staple became an enjoyment. We also opted to have sea salt butter that added some briny taste. Though the entire add up become a staggering RM 7 for a piece of toast but it was meant for once a while experience.
Braised Pork Belly (RM30) The pork glaze was really robust yet elegant that didn't overcome the pork belly but meld together with the pork belly like how a harmonious orchestra with a single conductor directing it! The poached egg brought out the creamy texture to the potatoes that was baked with the pork belly fat and it was really moist yet hearty alongside with the egg that brought a creamy mouthfeel.. It was an amazing plate of protein that really reflects the ingenuity of the chef to meld both Malaysian and western influences to create such an amazing dish that brought delight to our hearts in every bite of that decandent pork belly dish!
蝦腸 Prawn rice noodle was still not bad after 3 years, but the 菜餃 Vegetable Dumpling and 魚賣 Yu Mai was average at best.
Verdict: These old school Dim Sum was above average and very affordably priced. I’m definitely don’t mind to make a return and I’ll make sure to get a seat on upstairs, hehe ^__^
I love their fried dim sum especially the fried prawns. The prawns inside are fresh and tasty. It's really a different one compared to other places.
This is my top pick of the day; highly recommended with a great value of a Rice Bowl of Mentaiko Tamago Don. The portion was generous with the thick piece of the Tamago served on a bed of Japanese rice flavoured with seaweed toppings.
Chicken Namban For those who are fans of chicken can go for the chicken namban. Now you can enjoy the awesomelicious prepared grilled chicken which comes simply awesome. The chicken namban comes perfect with the tender juicy meat. You can also have the choices of gizards, and other choices as well.
Tansen Izakaya 炭鲜居酒屋 Damansara Jaya Petaling Jaya - Japanese Casual Restaurant http://bit.ly/Tansen-Izakaya-Damansara-JayaDamansara Jaya Food: Fans of Japane...
For the portion of dim sum and the quality of it, we did not think Jin Xuan is overpriced this round. It costed us less than RM 50 for all the dim sum.
This is our definitely favourite go-to spot to fix our dim sum crave in PJ! One of the best affordable dim sum in Petaling Jaya, it never fails to satisfy ou...
Dim sum dishes are at a price range of RM5 to RM7, with specialty dishes like the ribs racking up a more meaty price tag of RM13.
I always love the chance to get some pork and German ale. The food at Spitalfield’s is decent enough to justify the prices, which are what you’d expect from an upscale pub. Many of the food and drinks sounded interesting, and I was keen to try them. The service was very functional, but that’s not a big deal for me. Spitalfield’s will probably become our go-to dinner place if we’re ever at Atria Shopping Gallery again.
For dinner, I had the 西班牙猪肉香肠 Spanish Pork Chorizo & 德国猪肉多味腊肠 German Pork Bratwurst, garnished on the side with sauerkraut, sweet mustard and patato salad. The Spanish Pork was an excellent choice.
The environment is really authentic and laid back, which I love.
What do We Like about Antipodean @ Atria? -Tasty and satisfying foods for breakfast -All the breakfast main comes with free coffee. Not sure when will this promotion ends -No traffic/ parking problem in Atria
Good western food and breakfast.
The Omelette with Cheese and Mushrooms was again a mind blowing dish. They had been very generous with the milk and cheese so much so, with each cut, you get cheese oozing out of the eggs. 10/10 would be my rating for this dish
Then, varieties with continues selection of Pork, Beef and Lamb. Their Grilled Pork Chop can goes with choices of spaghetti or mashed-potato with sauerkraut & salad, both an awesome choice also must mention the pork chop portion is huge.
I had the hot green tea + carrot soup + pork chop + ice cream combo. It was delicious, I especially loved the pork chop. It was juicy, tender and I appreciated the fact that the black pepper gravy wasn’t overpowering. The carrot soup was pretty good too, thick and flavorful. After I was done with the starter and the main meal, they served me a nice scoop of ice cream which resembled the Paddle Pop rainbow ice cream I used to indulge in back in the day after school. Yup, it sure brought back some happy memories.
Black Pepper Chicken Chop Pasta with Fries. The alio olio is on a slight dry side for my liking but the chicken chop was very tender. The hot piping fries was great too!
这个照烧猪肉饭是我吃货朋友强烈推荐的, 一进店内她就一直向我强烈推荐他们家的这个猪肉饭, 搞得我都有点心痒痒迫不及待想品尝下~
At Ryoshi Izakaya Signature, the Chef has specially crafted out a combination of the various popular Japanese dish to spruce your New Year tastebuds for a change. There are 2 set, the first of which is for 2-4 pax (RM338++) while the second set is when you have 6 -8 pax (RM688.00++).
漁師居酒屋」（Ryoshi Izakaya Signature）精心炮製了新春團圓套餐，讓食客們在充滿和風的氛圍裡，闔家團圓品嚐日本精緻料理之際，亦感受到濃厚的年味。
The chicken flesh was too soft for my liking, like it has been cooked for too long. The soy sauce tasted all right.
Tender & juicy chicken served with their homemade sauce. Yum!! I loved it. For me, their chilli sauce will drive you crazy guys, YUM!! Hainanese Chicken Rice @ RM 8
In summary, I was definitely impressed with all the dishes here except for the Roasted Chicken which was not bad either, but it just didn't impress me enough. The price is slightly on the high side and that must be due to the high rental in this area. Otherwise, it is definitely a place that I would return again.