We love Isaac Toast & Coffee too, but not that die-hard to travel all the way from Kuala Lumpur to KLIA2 just for this when Isaac Toast Malaysia first KL outlet opened. Despite so, still feeling glad that we managed to give it a try on their very first month of opening, as we were at the airport leaving for Japan trip in October too.
So, was it worth it? I needed to get some work done so a nice working desk was crucial. The WiFi connection was smooth throughout my stay and it was convenient to fill up my tummies as well as getting a Coffee boost. It was a very productive 3-hour for me, though RM 75 may sound steep but I've managed to get some works done as well as sorted out my dinner. I thought it was quite worth it. Otherwise, you may not find the "value" in it.
Highly recommended esp the diehard Foochow food aficionados.
Total Damage: RM258.00 for 6 pax Ambiance: 4/5 Service: 3/5 Food Serving Speed: Moderate Recommended?: Yes for normal dining but no for a banquet
Aunty Aini’s is famous for their Rendang and Masak Lemak Cili ApiLocated in Kampung Chelet, Nilai, it’s only 10 minutes away from Sepang International Circui...
Pandangan dari pintu masuk ke ruang makan. Juga terdapat kemudahan bangku dan pondok (kanan) untuk kita duduk-duduk menikmati keindahan di sini.
memang recommended untuk yang mencari masakan Nogori dan lauk lauk kampung dan dapat makan dalam suasana kampung yang pastinya mendamaikan.
aku suka tempat makan dia ni, rasa mcm kampung-kampung sangat, sejuk je masa makan
Dia ada sediakan Air sirap free flow dan air putih. Kalau nak air lain kena bayorrr. Haritu kitaorg order 3 set. Set ayam kampong, ayam masak lomak cili api, dan daging goreng kunyit. Harga set lebih kurang RM12-RM13. Set dihidangkan bersama nasi putih, lauk pilihan dan ulam timun, kacang panjang dan sambal belacan. Harga boleh tahan, tapi padanlah dengan apa yang kau order. Nama pun ayam kampong. Ayam kampong mahal kot! Bak kata ibu “Untuk harga sekarang, sepadanlah tuu” Tapi serius kenyang. Aku dapat 2 ketul ayam. Puaslah makan. Kalau dah 2 kali pergi tu memang recommended lahhh! Ceyyyy. Jom layan gambar!
Oh.. lauk dia Oke. Tak pedas mana. Orang Hitaly seperti aku boleh hirup kuah macam tu je.
D'Laila Claypot Cuma kali ini, bukan hanya mee udang. Ada banyak lagi menu-menu best yang ada. Dulu D'Laila Mee Udang, sekarang kedai kak Laila dah makin maju. Tu dia, sekarang dah ada lagi satu brand D'Laila Claypot. Apa menu yang best di D'Laila Claypot? Meh nak story-mory sikit.
For dinner, consider dropping by MMA Santai Corner. This food court is probably the largest in Nilai with D’Laila Mee Udang being the most popular stall around.
Yang ini Amin makan. Mee racun kambing special. RM 13.00.
Another pot of our seafood is that must order is giant fresh water prawn cooked in Vietnamese style. Quite different style of cooking where the gravy is mild spicy, yet fragrant lime sourish end. Definitely one of the recommended restaurant if you are nearby here. Food Rating 7.5/10, pretty good stuff for fresh water seafood.-Stamped-
The restaurant occupies two floors; the ground floor is opened with fans. Upstairs is an air-conditioned section. The food was quite good; I will be back with more friends to savour their fishes!
Their piece de resistance, the Tong Poh Yoke (東坡肉), was very good - one of the best I have had in a long time. It is a drier version of what I am accustomed to. And although the sauce was scarce it was adequate to give the succulent meat a wonderful sweet flavour. Priced at only RM12 it was a steal, really. The fried man tao-s that accompany the dish cost an additional ringgit per piece.
Citarasa 6 Sekawan Night Buffet : RM 138 nett (50% Discount for kids 5-12 years old) ( May 6 – June 4) Early Bird 6-10 May & 2-4 June : RM 118 nett per person
While standard classic Kambing Panggang with Sos Dadih Pudina and Sos Lada Hitam remains the highlight of the Iftar spread, there are plenty of other dishes that are equally tempting to whet the appetite for the evening.
这顿泰式自助晚餐，除了以 Exquisite Thai Delights 为主题之外，酒店的厨师团也为在座的宾客准备各式各类的美食。
I memang suka makan sushi, walaupun setakat beli di pasaraya jer. Mana2 kedai sushi yang halal I akan suka. Tempat ni pun I suka. Environment best, luas je kedai dia, menu dia walaupun x extensive tp still not bad. Just mungkin tak ramai customers, so tempat ni agak kurang meriah. Tapi mungkin weekdays ramai orang kot. So sesiapa yang nak makan Sushi di area Nilai ni, boleh la mai sini.
overall makanan kat sini sedap kat tekak aku...harga keseluruhan tak sure berapa sebab orang bayarkan...hehehe...so korang kalo nak cuba makan sushi selain Sushi King kat Nilai ni, boleh laaa terjah ke Sushi Uchi di Mesa Mall Nilai...sodappppp!
Tried the sang yoke bao when I got home; it did not disappoint! I enjoyed its light and fluffy texture. The egg and pork was filling as well.
This little "factory" cum shop in Tanjung Sepat makes and sell over 1000 bao a day, from an interview article in Sin Chew Jit Po, it also said that they have branches in KL, Melacca and JB (Setia Indah)!
We also ordered two skewers of grilled chicken from the ala carte menu. There was not much meat on the stick so we won't order this item again.
Bariuma Ramen – is super rich tonkotsu shoyu ramen with high quality soy sauce for the base of the soup in which the natural flavor of tonkotsu is well extracted.
KLIA Fei Lou Wantan Mee is definitely comfort food, something you can have it with decent pricing at this part of Selangor. If you are picking someone at the airport early, you want some comfort food, go make a trip to KLIA Fei Lou Wantan Mee.
The top seller here is of course their Wan Tan Mee and this you could have with either Char Siew, Siew Yuk or even Chicken on the sides. Along with this, comes a small bowl of dumplings in clear soup. The Wan Tan Mee truly was really good. I loved the springy egg noodles and they were very generous with the sauces. This also comes with some beansprouts on the sides. I would rate their Wan Tan Mee at 9/10.
But the Char Siew deserved elaboration. A firm favourite to many esp the taxi drivers.
We did not have high hopes on the Xiao Long Bao (Shanghainese Dumplings) but to our surprise, they were beyond amazing. Each dumpling was beautifully wrapped with a burst of broth; the dumpling skin however, was not as thin as we would have hoped. But the overall combo did not disappoint
Warna – Warni Ramadan Buffet 2019 promotion runs from May 7th, 2019 – June 2nd, 2019, 6.30pm to 10.00pm and priced at RM98.00nett for adults and RM49.00nett for children. All prices are subjected to 6% SST.
Available only RM98 nett per person for adult and RM49 for children of age from 4 to 6 years old. Starting from 13 April until 15 May 2017, Pot and Pan Restaurant offers a special promotion with 15% discount for early bird customers. In addition, any purchase through online (www.ticketonline.my/picc) entitled for 20% discount starting from 21 April until 15 May 2017. Reservation can be made starting on 21 May 2017.