Service is slow, food is nice, price is above average. Value for money item would be Fried Chicken and Curry Rice. Cheese cake with cream is pretty good.
Overall, the high cost of the meal (RM268 for 2.5 diners) wasn’t matched by the quality of food, so I don’t think I am likely to return in the near future. On the other hand, if I could get away with just having three courses of dessert, I might change my mind.
YURI / Matcha 6th Avenue Cheesecake! Priced at RM21, this is exclusively made available at The Tokyo Restaurant, Isetan The Japan Store, Lot 10. We personally prefer this to the original now as it has the right balance of sweetness together with the matcha. So velvety smooth and tasty!
Thanks to the friendly staff for recommending this Sup Ekor. So good! A hearty portion of tummy-warming, flavourful oxtail broth, richly seasoned with a bouquet of house spices, topped with celery cress and crispy shallot.
Reasons to visit Shook! The Starhill Dining: stylish new digs; menu catering to a variety of tastes; Dancing Prawns; grill menu; cocktails from The Alchemy; although wine by the glass is not particularly impressive their vertical collection of Chateau Mouton Rothschild dating back to the 1940s is worth at least a little envy.
The comprehensive spread of authentic Malay dishes includes all-time favourites such as Rendang Daging ‘Tok’, Ikan Patin Masak Tempoyak, Nasi Briyani, Sup Ekor and Bubur Lambuk
Reasons to visit the Five Sen5es “Eat All You Can” Dim Sum Brunch at The Westin Kuala Lumpur: unlimited orders of dim sum items made a la minute; stylish setting; must order the Siew Mai and Fried Mango Prawn Net Spring Rolls; if dining a la carte be sure to request Creamy Custard Buns and the Signature Chilly Creamy Mango Puree.
From 6 January until 16 February 2020, Five Sen5es will be presenting 3 exquisite set menus, a selection of fresh Yee Sang and festive a la carte items specially curated by Chinese Chef Ron Lean and his team. The menu will showcase authentic Chinese cuisine, engaging your five senses - sight, taste, scent, touch and sound. The set menus are priced at RM1,988 (Happiness), RM2,188 (Blessings) and RM2,388 (Abundance) per table of 10 persons respectively. Each set menu comes with a bottle of selected complimentary House red or white wine.
Flavours were sweet and clear in most of the dishes, as what Hongkong-style does: allowing the natural goodness of ingredients to shine. With wellness very much in mind, the dishes are well executed with minimal use of oil and hard flavouring
Healthier mooncake selections include Snow Skin Shiro Umeboshi With Green Tea Paste and Baked Bamboo Charcoal Paste With Salted Egg Yolk would go well with the health-conscious customers.
Durian lovers can indulge in the second offering which is the Snow Skin Durian Paste With Truffle
Steamed Cod with Chinese Ham Served with Honey and Supreme Stock Paste The generous portion of the cod comes perfectly good to our tastebuds. The cod is perfectly steamed together with the Chinese Ham bringing you the aromatic flavours . The dish is just awesomely good where the fish remains its flaky texture but the flavours are enhanced by the Chinese Ham as well as Supreme Stock Paste.
Originated from Seoul, Chir Chir (치르치르) is the largest fried chicken chain in Korea with over 100 stores in China, Taiwan, Indonesia, Singapore, and Malaysia.
Honey Butter Chicken (RM24.90) A highly addictive dish which I agree with crispy boneless fried chicken chucks with potato wedges and rice cakes, tossed with honey butter sauce and seasoning.
Started with this Rose Cheese Chiqueen, a cheesy chicken platter that’s going to become cheese lovers’ new favourite! Fried chicken tenders stacked over a bed of fondue cheese, topped with chunky potato wedges and cherry tomatoes, further heaped with mozzarella sauce.
There will be three set menus available, from now until 19 February 2019, priced at RM188 nett per person for a minimum of four persons and range from RM 1,888 nett, RM 2,888 nett and RM 3,888 nett per table of ten for a 9-course set meal.
Another popular item at Lai Ching Yuen is the Claypot Pork Belly With Salted Fish, where pork belly is cooked in high heat with ginger, a generous amount of scallions and red onion for a bit of texture. The pork belly slices were juicy and came with enough fat for flavour. Since it was cooked with salted fish, this dish can be a bit one-dimensional in terms flavour—salty, therefore it is best to tone down the saltiness by pairing it with a bowl of white rice.
Lai Ching Yuen is one of the very few top notch Cantonese restaurants in Kuala Lumpur that serves high quality all-you-can-eat dim sum. With over 50 types of handcrafted delights and an affordable price tag of RM74 per pax, Lai Ching Yuen’s ala-carte all-you-can-eat dim sum is a steal.
One of these eateries, The Living Room, serves as the all-day dining restaurant.
Price RM158 nett per adult RM79 nett per child (7-12 years old) *Kids below 6 years dine for free Juadah Iftar Available from 8 May to 4 July 2019.
Makan Bagus-Bagus Lah! Price : RM 158 nett per adult RM 79 nett per person ( 7-12 years old) *Children Below 6 years old and below dine for free Period : 8 May – 4 July 2019
Special crafted dishes include the in-season hotaru ika (firefly squid). The accompanied Karasu miso sauce added a lovely layer of taste to the dish.
Reasons to visit: A truly authentic Japanese experience with excellent service. Steamed Amberjack cheeks, Scallop and Sea Urchin Nigiri Sushi and Salmon Roe Rolls. The Omakase menu is priced at RM420 with Sake pairing options (RM200 for 4 sakes).
There are 3 types of Omakase set which starts from RM120++ which is known as Koi, comes with 10 types of unique nigiri sushi. Next is Azabu Course @RM220++, 2 kinds of sashimi, chawanmushi, 7 pieces of nigiri sushi, makimono, palate freshener and a dessert. If you would like something premium, go for Chef's Specialty Course @RM420++. What will be given to you will be a complete surprise. I had Koi course on that day. It was really enough for a small appetite like me.
Morganfield's, Home of Sticky Bones, is famous for its chargrilled pork ribs.
Everyone's top pick for the night has to be the Roasted Pork Belly. We dig into the juicy and tender Roasted Pork Belly, scoring a high with everyone at the dinner table. Spot the crunchy pork skin, so sinful yet tempting! Roasted Pork Belly RM 22.90
Guests are invited to indulge in the dinner buffet, available daily from 7pm to 10pm, ensuring a memorable evening with captivating tastes and aromas. The buffet is priced at RM148++ for adults and RM74++ for children between 5 to 12 years old.
Chili Crab is a dish that love by all Malaysians. Simmered in a thick, sweet, savory and spicy sauce.
Personally, we like the Spicy Szechuan Prawn Noodle Bowl. It is extra spicy and pack a punch – the reason that made us get hook with it. Not for the faint-hearted though.
A must to try and they are absolutely my favourite. The Japanese Bean Curd is being deep fried till perfection with the crispy at the outside texture and the inside brings you with the melts in the mouth sensation. They are indeed superb and every mouthful is delectably delicious!
The main dish from this menu, that we ordered is the Pomfret Steamed with Sour Plums, Tomatoes and Preserved Vegetable 潮州蒸鯧魚. This dish is best eaten with rice as the sauce was just done to perfection.
The chee cheong fun with prawns (RM14) was silky smooth
Wild Honey is wildly popular in Singapore for a good reason. It’s definitely worth leaving the ever-popular ground floor of Pavilion to discover their homey charms with a unique twist. Don’t miss: the Golden Triangle and the Parisienne.
I visited Wild Honey, Pavilion again and noticed that the Barbary (duck leg confit) dish and Greek (Open faced omelette baked with fragrant lamb moussaka) dish have been removed from their menu and there were new items in the menu.
High-quality ingredients and first-class service, this is the first Japanese-style shabu-shabu and sukiyaki in Asia!
I’ve been to my fair share of shabu-shabu places in Malaysia – and I have to say that Mo-Mo Paradise’s beef slices are among the most best ones I’ve ever seen. The thickness was just right (some places serve you paper thin sheets which are practically falling apart lol) and there was a nice amount of lean and fat in each slice.
The special cuts meat is carefully sliced and kept in a strictly controlled temperature before serving to avoid contamination. The two kind of cuts of Sakura Pork you can try is the Pork Shoulder Loin - perfect for Sukiyaki while the Pork Belly tastes best in Shabu-Shabu.
The staffs’ service is good and the environment is comfortable. Jogoya is definitely one of the top choices for a buffet meal.
Jogoya Buffet KL is celebrating their 11th year anniversary and is currently running a promotion for ladies only where you can Buy One and get Another for Free for only RM102.00 nett (lunch) and RM112.00 nett (dinner). This promotion is valid for all meal periods, from Monday to Thursday, 19 September 2016 to 29 December 2016.
Jogoya Buffet KL is celebrating their 11th year anniversary and is currently running a promotion for ladies only where you can Buy One and get Another for Free for only RM102.00 nett (lunch) and RM112.00 nett (dinner). This promotion is valid for all meal periods, from Monday to Thursday, 19 September 2016 to 29 December...Read More »
Crowded, food is okay. Most dessert are sold out.
Chocolate Millefeuille - MYR 16 nett. Coffee Eclair - MYR 13 nett. Both of them are half eaten in the photo above. In a nutshell - while they taste better than those sold in other bakeries but they are still on the sweeter side since they are meant to be sweet pastries so I don't think I will go back for more.
My Personal Opinion Bring your sweet tooth (and, by that, I really mean your sweet tooth) if you want to enjoy these baked goods. Make sure you order yourself a black coffee...and make sure it's bitter (without adding sugar) to cut through all that sweetness, otherwise it'll send you straight to diabetic heaven! ;P In the end, it proved way too sweet for me to have any remote chance of enjoying these sweet goodies. I'm afraid once was quite enough! >_< I'd rather go for the famous Japanese pastry, Chateraise Patisserie, instead.
Marinara Aglio Pasta at MYR 38.90+ (6% SST = MYR 41.25 nett) from the ala carte menu. As per our request for no salt, this dish is not salty at all but is still very flavourful due to the fresh seafood so we are pleased with their good service of fulfilling our special requirement.
All in all, I like the warm interior and spaciousness of the place which makes it an ideal venue if you're looking for a nice, quiet place to have dinner...and a conversation (one that's obviously a lot less hectic and noisy than some of the other restaurants in this mall) ^_~ The food, though not outstanding but certainly more than average, is still decent enough in my books for a repeat visit as there are lots more on the menu to try.
Seafood Risotto RM39.90 Our favourite in D Empire Restaurant. Risotto is getting more common in Kuala Lumpur but not all done it right, sometimes over rich, sticky and way too difficult to finish. D Empire version is surprisingly delicious! Creamy gravy but not cloying, thickly coated to rice that is still hard at the centre of grain. Tossed with mussels, squid, prawns and clams.
I'd like to say that my first dining experience at Nam Heong has been a positive one...though their famed Ipoh White Coffee (or black coffee) was a miss for me. I suppose if you're looking for hawker classics in a clean mall environment (and willing to pay mainstream mall prices), this could be a possibility! ^_~ Since what I tried was just a tiny fraction of what they offer, I wanted to return to try more...and I did....but my second outing left much to be desired. You see, I had seen quite a few dishes (on other blogs) that I wanted to try (like poached baby octopus, fried mantou with curry pork, mini assam laksa, etc.) that were available in Starling but was told they've just started (in Pavilion) and didn't have them on the menu yet. So I returned (more than 3 months later) one dinner night hoping that I may be able to savour these and more but couldn't find them on the menu. Not only that but we found some other dishes that we wanted to try (that were listed on their paper menu coz we were given a copy) not listed on their iPad menu (one such dish was the signature dry assam curry noodles which I wanted to try). There were also many dishes listed on the iPad as Sold Out (and some of them were their signature dishes). How can a restaurant run out of their signature dishes...at prime dinner time (7.30pm) on a weekend? I decided to ask a server and was told that whatever I can't find on the iPad means they don't have it anymore (I don't know if that meant just that evening or no longer on the menu for good...even something as simple as char siew rice)! @_@ In the end, we got up and left. This is certainly not the impression I have of how Nam Heong runs its business (unless it was just this outlet only). I doubt I'll return to a place where I have to second-guess what will or will not be on the menu or what I can or cannot have on any given day! :P
来到这里一定一定一定要吃他们家的总统土司! 毕竟这一生应该是没有机会当总统了, 那就来片总统土司, 尝试一下总统的滋味究竟是如何吧~
Reasons to visit Prego The Westin Kuala Lumpur: well-sized portions; good wine list that is stored well and served at the perfect temperature; must try the Asparagi e Gorgonzola, Pasta Divina and Branzino al Sale.
* Viva Italia Sunday Brunch Buffet – RM188 nett per pax Time: Every Sunday 11.30am to 2.30pm
The scallops arrived plump and piping hot, the tender white flesh encased in a thin, crisp breaded shell. The ‘skin’ peeled off rather easily so the scallop kept popping out – would have been great if I could have gotten the batter and scallop together in one bite for a nice blend of texture. They were served with a side of Japanese mayo and the subtle sweetness went great with rice. Could have easily polished off half a dozen but sadly you only get three lol.
Classic tonkatsu pork loin is the most perfect. Slight fatty yet you get the nice fragrant from pork oil and the the batter that they use makes it crips inside out, yet the meat is soft and juicy. Dip with their tonkatsu sauce is a perfect marriage.
Overall, it is a great place for a tonkatsu but with a price of almost RM50 for a meal is definitely not a meal that you can afford daily. I believe not many patrons able to refill as many rice as they can. Asians are not big eaters anyway.