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      • Restoran Makanan Laut Zhen Liew Siang Sentul
        Restoran Makanan Laut Zhen Liew Siang Sentul
        1. Jan 10, 2023
        2. www.placesandfoods.com
        3. Review

        Overall, the food Restoran Makanan Laut Zhen Liew Siang Sentul is really good and the pricing here are very reasonable. Remember to book your table in advance to avoid disappointment. If you plan to walk in, prepare to wait. I will come back here at Restoran Makanan Laut Zhen Liew Siang Sentul again one day.

      • Plant-based collab at Eat X Dignity – Kam Eat With Me
        Plant-based collab at Eat X Dignity – Kam Eat With Me
        1. Oct 8, 2022
        2. kameatwithme.com
        3. Review

        Thanks to a special Cathay Pacific collab with eat X dignity and Green Monday, there’s a new plant-based menu to look forward to. To catalyse positive change for the people and communities, the collab aims to promote children and youth development in Malaysia, while supporting sustainable eating. This plant-based menu is available until Dec 31.

      • Sentul Banana Leaf Restaurant - Sentul Raya Boulevard
        Sentul Banana Leaf Restaurant - Sentul Raya Boulevard
        1. Apr 25, 2019
        2. klchin.blogspot.com
        3. Review

        I especially like the ginger paste, it has a strong ginger aroma, taste slightly sweet and spicy and addictive.

      • Eat X Dignity @ Sentul- We simply could not stay away :) (Pork Free)
        Eat X Dignity @ Sentul- We simply could not stay away :) (Pork Free)
        1. Jul 2, 2018
        2. thefoodbunny.com
        3. Review

        Nasi Dagang, 14.90 ringgit. The Nasi Dagang was good, real delicious. It got me hooked right from the start. Check out their presentation – fancy in a local/traditional kindda way .. kan? Every item on the plate was good – the roasted chicken was tender and flavorful, the crackers provided that extra crunch, the pickled vegetable and then there was the gravy, tasty gravy. At first glance, thought it was peanut sauce because the texture resembled it but no one really eats nasi dagang with peanut sauce, so nope, it cannot be. Upon tasting it – it certainly was not peanut sauce, what it was was thick, sweet, flavorful gravy that complimented the rest of the items in this dish very well. I was delicious. Certainly a dish I would order again.

      • Project B/Eat x Dignity @ Sentul – Sentul’s hidden gem (Pork Free)
        Project B/Eat x Dignity @ Sentul – Sentul’s hidden gem (Pork Free)
        1. Jun 8, 2018
        2. thefoodbunny.com
        3. Review

        Nyonya Laksa, 10.90 ringgit. Ooooo the Nyonya Laksa – this would probably be right up there in the list of ‘best laksa’ for me. Seriously. The gravy was thick and totally fattening due to the coconut milk but sooo worth it. The dish came with 2 options for the noodles – vermicelli or the usual mee hoon, I opted for the latter. There was slices of chicken, half boiled egg, bean sprouts. The dish was generous, in terms of portion size. I could not finish it but you can bet I ate to my hearts content. I would totally give this a go again.

      • Project B Sentul - Dignity for Children Foundation
        Project B Sentul - Dignity for Children Foundation
        1. Jul 25, 2016
        2. tailim.blogspot.com
        3. Review

        My wife told me of this place in Sentul a few months back, we were supposed to visit and blog it. At last we made it to the place and it's time to find out more about this unique cafe. A project by Dignity for Children Foundation.

      • Robin Wong: Project B at Sentul: A Cafe Run by Kids
        Robin Wong: Project B at Sentul: A Cafe Run by Kids
        1. Jul 16, 2015
        2. robinwong.blogspot.com
        3. Review

        I have always preferred brightly lit places to hang out, as opposed to impossibly dim cafes. There was plenty of sunlight and I loved that. The dining area was spacious, and the wooden tables are not too small.

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        I Eat: Fried Chicken at Project B @ Sentul Boulevard, Kuala Lumpur - I Eat I Travel - A luxury travel blog
        1. Jul 1, 2015
        2. www.ieatitravel.com
        3. Review

        The nasi lemak was not bad – mild flavoured so will suit most palates. The spicy fried chicken was not very spicy and was tasty. The buttermilk chicken was a little salty. Chicken pieces were fairly large sized and crunch on the outside while remaining decently juicy on the inside.

      • Eat Drink KL: Project B @ Sentul Raya Boulevard
        Eat Drink KL: Project B @ Sentul Raya Boulevard
        1. Jun 2, 2015
        2. eatdrinkkl.blogspot.com
        3. Review

        This has the feel of a real neighbourhood space, brightly lit & crowd-friendly, with office workers from nearby strolling in for lunch & residents from elsewhere in Sentul stopping by for dinner. Project B is staffed mainly by older students from Dignity For Children - part of an effort to equip them with work experience & skills. An energetic team, enthusiastic to learn & please.