For snacks, we shared the fried chicken strips (RM17), served with garlic pepper sauce. This was mostly chicken skin but oh-so-addictive. The sauce was strong and garlicky.
I do not know much about Balinese food and so, all I will say is that the food here is good. I went online, was curious to see the restaurant reviews as well as how well rated it was and yea, the reviews and ratings speaks for itself. Food was goooood, delicious. The dish came with Rice + Spiced Squids + Grilled Fish + Grilled Prawns + a Satay Lilit ( chicken or beef) + Chicken Rendang + Sambal (sambal Matah and sambal Terasi) + Anchovies Crackers + Salad. It was worth every penny, that is all I have to say. Did I mention how satisfied I was – very.
Pisang Sira, makan dengan eskrem vanill and bepang lepas tu ada crunch nuts and coconut candy. Ya Allah punya sedaaaaaap!
The resto has undergone some renovation since our last visit; the dining area is much more spacious now and they’ve even made a couple of raised wooden ‘gazebos’ indoors. The corner for imported Vietnamese snacks and sundry (noodles, sauces, paste, etc.) has also been upgraded. The open outdoor seating is now covered, which provides some shade from the heat in the daytime.
Another dish I recommend trying is the lemongrass chicken with fried rice. Lemongrass is a popular herb used in many Vietnamese dishes, and the flavour permeates throughout the tender, juicy whole fried chicken thigh.
Plenty varieties of delicious Vietnamese food.
Lunch set available around RM 15 with free ice lemon tea, or add on RM 7 to upgrade to Cappuccino. The food is actually of decent quality, with wife thinks it should have more sauce (too dry). I..
Unagi with Rice and Japanese curry with chicken karaage (above).The portion was very generous, with three huge chunks of fried chicken, rice wrapped in a perfectly fluffy omelette, flooded with a savoury curry sauce. Tastewise, it was pretty good although I felt that it could have benefited from extra seasoning (curry was quite bland). The chicken was excellent, and despite the large size it was juicy and thoroughly cooked, with crisp skin.
One of the decent cafe in Puchong.
Foo Hing Dim Sum restaurant is one of the recommendation to hunt for dim sum by my friend and one of the best and most famous dim sum place in this part of Puchong town.
The most popular dim sum in Puchong. As a local, I seldom come as the place is too crowded.
Food is good, that is for sure. I ate like a pig, lol, ate all the dim sum I could possibly want and crave. Yum! I wouldn’t know if what my boss said was true, that this is one of the few good dim sum shops in this part of the city, as I myself haven’t been to many but tastewise – it is goooood.
Chicken is not as good as it should be. Curry pork is still nice. Vege is okay. Service is fast.
Restoran Kong Sai [ Chicken Rice Bandar Puteri Puchong ] Delicious Chinese cuisine. Chicken is good and stir fry vegetable is good.Reasonable price. Good for...
I would also recommend the stuffed tofu (minimum order five pieces), which consist of minced meat and vegetables stuffed into beancurd and served in a soup. The tofu balls are sizable and the meat is seasoned just right, with a delicate bite to it.
The bowl looked fiery red when it came to the table; there were soft slices of tofu swimming within, and the soup’s colour contrasted nicely with the enoki mushrooms and spring onion garnish on top. The soup was the bomb. Some places cut corners and add more kimchi paste, which means you get watery, ‘flavoured’ soup — but with this, I could really taste the texture of fibrous, blended vegetables, and there was a good amount of kimchi within as well. It was thick and sour, perfect for whetting the appetite, and the slight viscosity meant that the soup clung to each strand of ramyeon for maximum flavour. Did I also mention that the pork slices were super tender and had a great ratio of lean and fat?
I just want to mention real quick that this is one of the few restaurants that has one of the best customer service I have ever experienced. This is really rare in Malaysians restaurants I must say. The owner is insanely friendly and all smiles attending to every table's request, looking around at every table every few minutes or so to see if everything is all good. You can see the leadership influence in his staff as they do the same as well. Kudos to the team!! So, let's get to it!
Service is a bit slow as the shop is only 75% occupied. Taste wise it feels like deteriorate slightly, like from good to normal.
One of the best Wantan Noodles in Puchong.
My favourites are pai kuat noodles, which always sell out before noon.
Nice cake and pie, and good coffee.
The Mee Jawa set lunch is decent. Coffee and cake is always good.
The restaurant serves all-day breakfast, western cuisines, variety of cakes as well as local delights such as Laksa.
All in all, we had a good experience at Oriental Kopi – but I wouldn’t call it something worth queueing up for, or something you could have often. Granted, you do get to dine in air conditioned comfort, but prices are steep for what is essentially ordinary kopitiam fare. Expect to pay around RM15 for most of the mains. The beverages are also twice the price of a kopitiam (our iced coffee cost around RM7.50).
Coffee and egg tart, a pretty good combination after meal.
Might wondering; is this coffee shop a big deal ? How delicious exactly, is their food delicious enough for people to be willing to queue in long lines ? It’s the Oriental Kopi , opened in the year 2021, also won the International Taste Institute Award 2021 in Brussels too !!!
So yeah. While Fu Gua Thong’s bittergourd dishes are sure to satisfy fans, they have many other dishes that are decent as well. Service wise, waiters appear harried and are not exactly welcoming, with curt/bordering on rude responses, but if you have zero expectations for service, this is a good place for the food.
Bitter Gourd Chicken Stew (苦瓜闷鸡) RM15.00 considers as a classic dish and is a must order in this restaurant. Overall tastes great with a thick ginger fermented black bean gravy which is great to pair with a scoop of rice.
Menu is wide, can be a little intimidating for those who has trouble deciding; but the ones suggested as signature usually won’t go wrong. Here another one of their signature dish- Stir fried pork with salted fish.
Second try – do I like it? No, I don’t .. I still find it just a gimmick.
I would say Lou Ma Zi is a heaven for winter melon fans! It's much more healthier compare to normal steamboat. Price considered as slighly expensive as the food portion was too little and you have to add on some meat, vege and side to fill up stomach, It would be costly if you are big eater or meat lover.
A hidden cafe within the plants (in Plant & Pot), serve good quality cakes and coffee. Closed at night.Google Maps: https://g.page/sippingcorner?share00:00 S...
First time dine in after Covid. Nice vibe, cozy environment (like a secret garden), good coffee and superb cakes.
Coffee here are pretty decent along with cakes. a nice hidden cafe in PJ that work to visit. Only for coffee and cakes. Food Rating 7/10, okok coffee and cakes-Stamped-
I think the Fried Kuey Teow and Prawn Mee here is pretty good.
Nice FKT, popiah and fried rice. Strangely this place isn't popular.
Fried Kuey Teow portion is very small to be even fit in “the small” category. Although cockles are fresh but still able to count on ten fingers (very stingy) after requesting for add-on cockles. Overall taste just ok (with the help of Chinese sausage), nothing much to shout about the Fried Kuey Teow since any stall can easily produce such standard dish.
The Sarawak Laksa was okay but I am not too sure what all the positive ratings online was about. The broth was soupy and watery. Sure, I know that this laksa generally has a less thicker broth than Curry and Asam Laksa but I am pretty sure it shouldn’t be as watery as the one here. It’s almost as if they decided to forego the little coconut milk needed for this dish. Oh well, what would I know, right? I’ve only tasted a few Sarawak Laksas prior to this. Tastewise, it was decent. There were lots of shredded chicken and noodles. The slight sourness, usually derived from tamarind, was missing or perhaps very mild. Despite the lack of, it was not bland. Somewhat flavorful. So, that was good.
I think the noodles are good as well as SIL and brother said that their servings of curry noodles and Sarawak Laksa was acceptably good. I will give it a try should I revisit this place again. When we left, more customers are walking into the kopitiam. Looks like we can revisit this place again.. and this time maybe with Mum.. hehe
集火鍋、炭烤和燒烤於一身的Village BBQ Steamboat，可以同時滿足大多數喜歡火鍋和燒烤的客人。Village BBQ Steamboat的湯底僅有泰式Tom Yam及雞湯兩種風味。雖然選擇很少，但勝在火鍋的食材豐富多樣，而且新鮮美味，讓湯底在加入海鮮或其他食材後增加湯頭的味道；帶酸辣味的Tom Yam搭配新鮮的海鮮更加對味，同時也更刺激味蕾。湯鍋底部套著一個特製的圓形烤盤，供客人在烤盤上燒烤各類肉類和海鮮，比起炭烤更加容易控制火候，令更多肉汁保持肉質鮮嫩可口。喜歡燒烤的客人則可以守在火爐旁，利用炭火將海鮮、肉串等美食燒出焦香味。
Village BBQ Steamboat at Bandar Puteri, Puchong offers a varied range of meat, seafood, vegetables and noodles for hungry diners to enjoy. As the name perceives, the restaurant introduced three ways of the simple cooking method to enjoy the buffet which is BBQ, Grill and Steamboat.
Designed to provide both hot pot and BBQ simultaneously, Village Steamboat in Puchong is one place not to be overlooked when scouting for a joyful dinner experience. The thing about hot pot and BBQ is also the togetherness and conversations over the cooking time. What makes this halal (pork-free) restaurant stand out is the BBQ Pitt next to your hot pot table, their lively swimming prawns, and their excellent assortment of vegetables, meatballs of many kinds, mushrooms, meats and of course the fresh seafood- a favourite with the neighbourhood patrons, as well as fellow foodies.
One dish worth tyring is the "very smooth" steam egg, it really was well steamed and at a very reasonable price of rm$6.
There's some hits and misses here but I guess the price made up for the lack of perfect dining experience. The bill for 4 of us is just RM84. This is one of the better BBQ Pork around. The BBQ pork and roast duck are definitely the winners here and if you are looking for something to eat in Puchong, Bandar Puteri is the place to go. There's rows and rows of restaurants and eating outlets and I wonder why I've never been here?!!
There's some hits and misses here but I guess the price made up for the lack of perfect dining experience.
Food is fairly tasty, price wise slightly high.
(R18) Dry Curry Chicken Noodle, 17.50 ringgit. The Dry Curry Noodles arrived first and guys – it was sooooo yummy! I’ve tried several dry curry noodles before, the ones that usually includes kuay teow, mee hoo or wan tan mee but I have never tasted dried curry with maggi yawww!! Okla, my friend was pretty sure that it was wan tan mee but it tasted like maggi to me. So, I am just gonna go with my take on it, lol. The dish came with 4 chunky, meaty pieces of chicken and a generous amount of chicken curry, the kind you would find at shops serving Chap fun? mixed rice? Yummmm! Mix it all up and what you’d get is real tasty. I loved it. I slurped it all up within a minute.
Lucky for us, Reminisce Cafe did not let us down. We had an overall enjoyable dinner. As what it has been named - Reminisce, you'll feel like you are walking down memories lane of your childhood. The interior were meticulously decorated with nostalgic pieces with each piece you can tell a story from your childhood.