We were bowled over by this bowl of fish head noodles. The soupy delight came to us in a milky anchovy, flavoured with Chinese cooking wine and lightly deep-fried battered pieces of fish. No, not really; there was this generous portion of fish fillet accompanied with several pieces of the smaller portions in the bowl. I have requested for more flesh and not fish heads, so we have this yummy piece of fillet for my son to enjoy without any bones. Generous amounts of coriander leaves, tofu, fried shallots, tomato, lettuce, preserved mustard and ginger lend flavour to the broth that has mee hoon in it. The generous use of ingredients offers a burst of flavours. For me, this bowl is worth every single cent you paid for it or even more. So far, this is my first encounter getting to eat such a delicious bowl of fish head noodles at such a cheap price for a chock-full of ingredients for RM 6.50 only! So cheap you can't find anywhere else and definitely in the city centre like in Bukit Bintang area where the rent is expensive.
Ah Cheng Laksa, with its origins from a small town ( Simpang Empat ) in Alor Star, Kedah, has been in Klang Valley for a while now ( since 2003 ) with many outlets opened in various shopping malls. They even won the Star People’s Food Awards for Best Asam Laksa in 2014.
To be honest, the food is really economical where you have no worries about the price where it cost below RM 10 (most of the dish and same goes to other stalls). Is really filling where me and Mr Chooi have no choice but to 'dabao' (take away) our leftovers as the portion is very big (but the PIC says is normal portion from them 0.0). So yeah.. this is my rate for this: Foods => 8/10 (other than is affordable and yummy, is a must try food is all I can say) Service => 8/10 (they do explain what we are having when we ask what's this and that on our plate) Environment => 7/10 (it was still okay when I visited here during weekend. But just can't imagine during lunch hour on weekdays 0.0)
Caravanz Concept food truck is happening at the third floor of sungai wang , The cheapest and delicious awesome foods that selling below RM 10 all in one place . There have japanese , Arabian , Malay , thai cuisine , Fried banana King and many more
Seafood Aglio Olio (RM 22) One of the must to have here is the Seafood Aglio Olio. The perfectly tossed Linguine is served with the generous shrimps, garlic, squids as well as chili and parsley. The dish comes simply impressive where they are cooked al-dente and comes with the light kick of spiciness in it.
As the guest chef responsible for the Japanese-Australian Epicurean Affair menu for the hotel’s #DinewithChef series (24 August to 3 September), Fong then proceeded to guide Harris on the sushi-making masterclass.
Thirty8 is famous for its incredible view, overseeing the city skyline of Kuala Lumpur and The twin towers, while sipping on your tea, hanging out with your friends or family, and have some dessert.
Overall, THIRTY8 offers one of the best views of the KL cityscape. However, we found the food to be hit-or-miss. In summary – come for the view, but temper your expectations for the food.
Overall, I do say this place does live up to the hype.
For example we really like this Unagi Bao RM28. Small in size, big in flavours. Spicy, succulent unagi contrasted by crunchiness of deep fried nori, flavours lifted up with salted egg crumble and julienne cucumber for a refreshing crisp that comes in just right. Served over a basket of sweet potato chips.
THE LINGUIST (MYR 30) Sautéed Prawns and Clams with Chili Linguine, Garlic and Rocket Huge and fresh prawns were spotted!
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
Celebrate this season of togetherness and gratitude from 8 April to 2 May 2022 at Kontiki at The Federal Kuala Lumpur…
There’s Satay, Nasi Briyani , Murtabak With Vegetable Dhal & Onion Ring Pickle, Crispy Chicken Burger , Pisang / Keledek / Cempedak Goreng, Roasted Beef Wellington With Sauce, Yong Tau Foo , Dim Sum / Pau Selection , Waffle With Condiments , Pasta With Variety Sauce and so much more….
The Federal KL 旗下的 Kontiki 餐厅从7月15日开始恢复营业，在严格的执行着新常态的情况下，给大家提供着各种不一样的“吃到饱” buffet。
I have high hopes on this Steamed Egg Custard @ RM 3.50.. However it was quite a let down in both taste and texture.
♥Verdict: Although the choices are quite limited but Restoran Ruby still is a decent place for Tong Sui especially if you’re a fan of Tong Sui in paste form like these.
Verdict: Although the choices are quite limited but Restoran Ruby still is a decent place for Tong Sui especially if you’re a fan of Tong Sui in paste form like these.
这里, 让食客们在同一个屋檐下都能品尝到当地的特色美食~ 除了马来美食之外, 这个自助餐也提供了西方美食哦~
除了以上 5 种我特别推荐的美食之外, 他们家还有很多其他美食等着大家去品尝哦~
Hidangan Idaman Sekeluarga @ Big Apple Restaurant (7pm to 10pm) Price : RM129nett per adult, RM59nett per child (27-29 April & 20-22 May 2020) RM139nett per adult, RM69nett per child (30 April - 19 May 2020)
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.
Taste:9/10(Delicious. Satisfied with the meals here. So far they seems to serve the best beef noodles in KL. Portion were good. I tried both version of soup and dry beef noodles and found that dry version taste better. Also their dry version with peanuts which makes the noodles taste better. The meat is soft. The tendon is good and normal beef noodles bowl came with beef balls & tripes. I order extra honeycomb which is very tender and taste good in beef broth. You also have option to add crispy fish skin for tastier option)
The tendons were so good and soft. Good till the last morsel.
The White Prawns (RM52)and Bluefin Leatherjacket fish (RM22) we had were very fresh and sweet. Personally, we prefer to dunk these into the milder broths (tomato and mushroom broths) to better savour the fresh sweetness of the seafood and vegetables.
Established in 2014, Xiao Long Kan (XLK) holds true to its guiding principles of providing ‘flavours from the soul, quality with integrity’. This Chengdu hot pot restaurant chain commands long queues of customers who seek to experience its signature hot pot with a wide selection of meat, fresh vegetables, handmade meatballs, innards and offal in assorted broths prepared using an age-old traditional recipe.
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.