What do We Like about Restoran Yat Yat Seng, Megah Rise? -Many choices of local cuisines -The ‘One and Only Pickled Fish Slices’ is probably the reason we will be going back for more
[Non-halal] Bottega PJ is new outlet of the popular family-owned Italian deli in Bukit Bintang. This is located in Taman Megah, PJ.
Lovely people and lovely food – do check out Lao Mao Café when you’re in the area. Lao Mao Café also serves nasi lemak, Taiwanese-style beef noodles, as well as pastries such as sordough bread, scones and cheee tarts.
[Non-halal] Come for the coffee, stay for the vibes – and preloved goodies. Zhufu Café is a lovely new addition to Taman Megah PJ – which is fast becoming a hub for both traditional kopitiams and new fancy restaurants.
Overall, we think Staple Dough needs a bit more time to fine-tune its offerings and improve its dishes. We understand that Staple Dough is a fresh venture for its first-time restauranteurs, and appreciate the explanation and attentive service from the staff. We also liked that they were open to feedback, as they looked to improve their menu for the future.
It is not without reason why Restoran Gembira is one of the more popular coffee shops in Taman Megah. Definitely do check out the stalls here if you’re looking for something delicious, with generous portions that are value for your money.
What do We Like about Oomph Megah Rise? -Spacious and comfortable environment -Wide variety of western foods and cakes for selection
What do We Like about Naj and Belle, Megah Rise? -The breakfasts were delicious as the dishes were using some time consuming ingredients such as the salmon belly panko cake and the pulled beef brisket -Cosy environment
The Mutton Varuval was good but not as good as I remembered it. The fish curry gravy that accompanied my meal was very tart, but in a good way.
If you’re looking for a good bowl of pork noodles to enjoy at home, we definitely recommend this. It’s definitely one of our favourite discoveries during the pandemic.