The stunning view and relaxed beach bar vibe are the biggest draws of Scarborough Fish & Chips for me. The food won’t blow you away but this is the place to get reasonably priced drinks and perfect beach food in the area. It’s not even a competition with the other restaurants at Tanjung Rhu. Further along the beach to the north is an Indian place, and beyond that, the pricey restaurants at the Four Seasons Resort. It’s no surprise that even guests who can afford to stay at the Four Seasons still choose to eat here at Scarborough Fish & Chips.
Overall, we really enjoyed the food and the time we spent at Scarborough, and we thought the price was fine for the amount and quality of food we got. In future we might come back for the family to try one of the bigger fish platters, though maybe they’ll stick to the British style fish supper.
Scarborough Fish and Chips Restaurant餐厅是一家在兰卡威的西餐厅，以传统的英式Fish and Chips而闻名。
Smiling Buffalo Cafe是一个在郁郁葱葱的绿色和宁静的环境中隐蔽的咖啡馆。
One of their best sellers is big breakfast with homemade Chicken Sausages. The food were well-balanced and the Sausages provided some meaty bite to the dish
JOM MAKAN !!!HOUSE OF KAMBING di MAEPS House of Kambing imi terletak di MAEPS, Serdang.Cafe Pertama di Malaysia di mana tetamu dapat menikmati hidangan samb...
Nice and simple grill kambing kicap. There is a goat farm next to it, and also a camel.
Kambing bakar memang sedap. Mr. Ery yang habiskan semua. Aku ada juga try seketul daging kambing tu..tidak rasa hamis pun..tapi itulah, aku tetap jenis yang tak makannya. Payah sungguh.
We return to Kuah, this time for a meaty delight in the form of charcoal grilled Sher Wagyu tenderloin with a marbling score 9. The Wagyu was beautifully tender, and was complemented with celery root puree, homemade chorizo stuffed solok chili, Langkawi calabasa squash, and mole local spiced sauce. My favourite dish of the evening!
Food-wise, Kayu Puti’s Asian-influenced haute cuisine leans towards East-meets-West fusion with the chefs reinventing Asian food traditions with contemporary trends and techniques.
Reasons to visit: beautiful views (be sure to come before the sun sets); a contemporary and quirky environment; fresh light cuisine – we especially recommend the roasted cod fish in assam pedas broth, the signature dark chocolate dessert, and the sunset cocktail for two.
Overall, food here is tasty, while for service, you have to line up at their counter to order food. No one actually care if you get a seat or not. I have to carry the tables and chair myself and put it at the place i want but end up being told not to put it there but the waiter did not help to move it away for me, instead i have to move it again myself.
My opinion, the Cake is just average.
We have reserved a special room for our lunch
We made another trip to Bagan Samak recently (my previous entry about Bagan Samak can be found here), a village at the border of Penang and Kedah states. The place is home to some of the best fresh water produces and one would be spoilt for choices. With more than 7 restaurants in the village, choosing one is one of the toughest decisions ever. We wanted something new for this round and hence, made our way to Sloam Mit Thai Restaurant. The restaurant has a huge facade with ample parking space; the menu consists of a vast Thai-influenced selection. Prices are reasonably friendly depending on your orders.
Tiffz Coffee Gallery is really creative with their Latte Art, this does put some life to the coffee that they serve here in Tiffz Coffee Gallery.
Maleficient (RM 13) which comes with 3 pieces of quarter waffles and 2 big scoops of ice cream. Texture of the waffles were done alright, with a crispy egg and fluffy within, similar to American waffles style. Maleficient was served in a tower texture by using the ice cream to sandwich in between the waffles to make it grand and majestic during serving. Of course, the ice cream makes the waffles complete by its excellent taste and non-crystallize surfaces.
Yeoh Hun Khee is also known as 阿祺西刀鱼丸粿条汤 is the stall in Jalan Dewa Food Court, Sungai Petani. This stall has been passed down from father to son and has been operating for decades. The broth of the Koay Teow Thng is so delicious and flavourful. It's packed with fish, pork, and chicken flavor. Koay Teow Thng lovers, this is the place not to be missed.
I like the Mee Jawa here
UNKAIZAN 云海山 is one of the famous Japanese restaurant in Malaysia, located on the hill top of Langkawi Island with natural and cozy ambiance, knowledgeable warm service staff and traditional Japanese cuisine that made by Chef Katsuji Takabayashi who have artistic, delicate sense and working experience as Japanese chef at 5 stars hotels in the world.
Unkaizan Japanese Restaurant (云海山日本料理) is a family Japanese restaurant opened by Chef Katsuji Takebayash.
To be fair, most of the items like soft shell crabs, fish fillet and lobster were average taste. Worst was the serving of king prawns which lacked the freshness i would have expected from a good restaurant.
The Restaurant offers you a culinary journey, tempting and exciting your taste buds with the various dishes prepared by the Chefs. It is The Cliff’s desire to revive the taste and appreciation of authentic Malay recipes and traditional Continental cuisine. These innovative twists can be seen from the appetizers, soups and main dishes, in the presentations, sauces prepared and the chinaware selected. The dessert menu is a treasure trove where you just have to try every single creation.
It is commendable the chef did a wondrous job with the Lemon Chili Lala (RM 15). It is more like a Thai preparation method, delivering a pungent taste that we can sense afar. The sharp tangy and spicy sensation immediately woke up all my 6 senses during its first encounter with my taste buds. Unfortunately, the entire plate consists of probably 10% foul smell clams that affected the overall enjoyment. Otherwise it would have been perfect.
One of the quintessential orders at Kang's, their signature Steamed Cat Fish left us with a very deep impression. We need not question the freshness of the fish, the pristine white flesh could be the best evidence. The fish belly was unctuously rich and fat while the flesh was firm, sans the muddy odor; best paired with their premium Soy sauce. It was a simple dish but the satisfaction was beyond words. Though not cheap, the price was of acceptable range and does not put a dent on the wallet.
The restaurant serves a range of fish but we were intrigued by their Hainan Steamed Red Fish (RM 33) upon their crew's mention. She mentioned it is a combination of sour and spicy, which triggered our interest. No doubt the fish was fresh, the promised tasted was there, and it was served along with lady fingers. At one instance, the taste is akin of to "kiam hu kut gulai", a popular Nyonya dish.
It's always fun to have a quick getaway from the bustling city center and get closer to nature; if you agree with this statement, then make sure Kulim Forest Restaurant on your to-visit-list. Deep in the heart of Kulim, Kulim Forest Restaurant is tucked away behind the residential of Kampung Padang Tembak; once you have turned into the residential area (full of one-storey terrace houses), follow the signage and you will find yourself at a place surrounded by serene neighborhood with a man-made pool in the middle. Every corner offers a good photo opportunity, the atmosphere is most relaxed and the surrounding is picturesque. There is no written menu at Kulim Forest Restaurant but the server will recommend the freshest catch of the day. Fresh water produce is commonly served here, with a range of familiar Chinese dishes... reasonable price points if you must know.
Here's the location.
Meanwhile, Lemongrass Chicken was great. It was served in chicken cubes format and nicely seasoned to have the desired sweetness and aromatic scent. I was surprised there were so many chicken cubes in that plate served to us.
Rung Reang Thai Food Restaurant does serve other type of dish too, since i am alone dining here, so i order a combo rice, chicken and vegetables like this for one person.
Sai Yong, in Cantonese literally is known as 'small hibiscus'. However the Sai Yong is a tiny bowl that consisting of a few bites of noodles and a couple of dumplings as a quick snack. There are even Dai Yong which is double the Sai Yong. Now Sai Yong is available at Sungai Petani, Kedah and the stall is located in the EUPE Food Court. This is the stall that serve classic version of Cantonese Sai Yong.
Honestly, I found Putumayo hard to score. Despite the quality of the (non-vegetarian) food, and the pleasant surroundings and staff, the price makes it hard to recommend with a clear conscience! I’d say go for the fixed price meals, and if you were to perhaps it would be a higher mark.
Love the curries, aromatic, punch with flavour of spices and the spicy is really spicy. I was eating till sweating and need to order another drink after that. Indeed it is quite different from Pavilion outlet as the original outlet of Nasi Lemak Ong on Kedah is definitely top notch.
They key to the success is the curry gravy. You will be offered to pick either the spicy or non-spicy. If you are non-heat tolerant, it is better to stay off from the spicy curry. It tasted mild in the beginning but the heat will slowly pile up, causing a mild level of numbness which someone like me who enjoys chilies feel the heat. A plate above with fried chicken, okra, a fried egg with yellow rice caused RM 8. The dishes were alright but it was the curry gravy that scored the winning point.