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Jalan Perusahaan Autocity, Juru Interchange, Prai, Penang
That guy yg ikat rambut keja kt subway juru penang tu so rude !

Subway

Jalan Perusahaan Autocity, Juru Interchange, Prai, Penang
This one guy who works at juru penang's subway was rude towards me. Like seriously, are you period??!!! Should improve on how you treat your customer la bro. So far this is the most annoying subway worker i have ever met.

Restoran SS2 Murni

SS2, Petaling Jaya, Selangor
Horrible food. We ordered Salmon with Spaghetti Carbonara, it was tasteless both the spaghetti and salmon that came with an aweful sauce that starched up even before we dig in. Lamb chop with mee raja was totally off, the lamb was so hard and mee raja was cold..most horrid food we have experienced. Not worth RM30/pax at all.
 
 

Canton-i @ The Gardens

The Gardens, Mid Valley City, Lingkaran Syed Putra, Kuala Lumpur
Been a regular to Canton I at Mid-Valley every time we visited KL over recent years. About 2 years ago we spotted a rat/mouse running along a wall in the dining area. The manager laughed it off and said we could have a free dessert on our next visit, which happened to be last night. Let me be kind and say simply say that I would have to be paid to eat at this horrid restaurant ever again. The food was sub-standard for the prices charged and the service provided by long-faced personnel (including the manager) made it a dinner best forgotten.
 
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Top Foodies in Malaysia

Have Your Cake and Eat It Too

fatboyrecipes.blogspot.com
Beats and Brunch at Lafite is priced at RM499 nett per person, 12noon - 3pm, every FIRST Sunday of the month only... the next one being on 3rd Sept, followed by 1st October, 5th Novemeber and 3rd December. For the drinkers, you'd know that a bottle of Verve retail is already between RM220-RM250, and that's from the shops....Drink any bottle at a 5 star establishment will probably be around RM400...so from that angle, if you love food and bubbly, its a reasonable deal.
What a strange name, I thought to myself, immediately associating the word with turkeys, who purportedly go gobble gobble by way of speech. Whilst I've said time and again, I am not a buffet fan, (at my age, one has to very selective of what one consumes, and every bite must be worth the calories, so excuse me if I sound fussy), I was quite intrigued by the fact that the buffet is only RM80 nett, for the promotional months presumably celebrating the nation's birthdays. (two birthdays, one on 31st August, freedom from the shackles of the British imperialists, and 16th September again, Malaysia day). Anway, the promotion goes runs from 1st August to 30th September, and is available Thursdays to Saturdays. The good news for winos is, that for RM66 nett extra, you can opt for free flow house wine. Sounds like a dietary disaster to me, free flow food and wine.
252 Reviews

Malaysia Food Blog, Malaysia Travel Blog

www.vkeong.com
Due to changes in the currency exchange rate between the ringgit and the yen, Yakiniku Toraji has improved their signature premium course menu (while retaining the original price) to correctly reflect its true value. Not only the course will include more meat, some of the existing items have been upgraded as well. Lastly, you definitely would not want to miss Yakiniku Toraji’s weekday set lunch. There are two types, one comes with marinated Wagyu beef at RM30 (limited to 10 sets a day) and the other is served with Australian beef (no limit) at RM40. Every set is also accompanied by an appetizer, rice, salad and soup. Trust me, it’s super worth it
During our last makan trip to Klang, a Klang native recommended us to try Kee Heong Bak Kut Teh in Taman Eng Ann. This is where she would bring her KL friends to enjoy this staple, mainly because of their great consistency in maintaining the food quality
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Eunice's Euphoria.

www.greentearedbean.com
If you are not sure what to order every time you walk into a restaurant(which happens to me most of the time), it's always a good idea to just go with the Omakase & Osusume menu. Omakase & Osusume have more or less the same meaning. Omakase = Up to you ; Osusume = Recommended. The new Osusume menu starts at RM80 onwards and is available for dinner only. The new dessert menu starts at RM45 onwards and is available from 4 August 2017 to 2 September 2017.
Chynna is celebrating Mid-Autumn Festival with handcrafted gourmet mooncakes. The snow skin lotus paste and salted egg yolk mooncake delivers a delicate & experimental flavours, while the baked lotus paste and salted egg yolk are the best pick for those who would like a traditional taste of our culture. Available for purchase at the hotel lobby from now till 8 October 2017
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PureGlutton

pureglutton.com
Saturday Night Vibes – an amazing evening of good food, fun and music starts from 6pm to 10pm at RM168nett per person. A beverage package is also available at RM88nett (which includes an Aperol Spritz, a light-hearted cocktail of prosecco, Aperol and soda & applies to diners of Saturday Night Vibes only) while the 1-for-1 Happy Hour is available from 9.30pm to 11pm – selected draft beers, house wines and cocktails are served.
When Megan Wong left her job as a Financial Controller and said goodbye to the corporate world, she decided to revive her family’s heritage wanton noodles business. If you are older than me and has been a true-blue KLite, you’d probably know about Chan Fatt Wanton Mee in the Pudu wet market. Megan’s parents – the late Woon Poon and his wife, Lee Yit Yee started the business as a small stall in 1955 (imagine, that’s during the British era!). They sold only wanton noodles with char siu and sui gao – simple food which became a hit and Chan Fatt Wanton Mee became one of the biggest and most well-known eatery in Pudu Market.
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