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Shanghai Restaurant

JW Marriott Hotel KL, Jalan Bukit Bintang, Kuala Lumpur
There will be a 6-course Chinese New Year Prosperity Menu for RM238 nett per person as well as two 9-course CNY Set Menus, priced at RM1988 nett and RM2688 nett per table of 10 persons respectively. For the menus, please scroll down to the bottom of this post.

Kim Leng Loh Mee

Jalan Perak, Jelutong, George Town, Penang
Small bowl at RM 3.80 is really a good bargain. Filled with classic ingredients such as chicken feet, pig skin, pig intestine, herbal egg, special home blend garlic vinegar sauce and also chili paste. Love the starchy soup base with a bit of saltiness and sweetness to my liking as the amount of vinegar garlic is just nice and could be better if slightly stronger.

Kung Fu Steam Seafood 蒸功夫

Bandar Puteri Puchong, Puchong, Selangor
A really pleasant dining experience at Kungfu Steam Seafood! Ingredients are very fresh and portions are very decent. Prices are seemed higher but with the quality served, I personally feel its very value-for-money for such premium seafood. It’s also a healthier dining concept this festive season as all the ingredients are steamed without salt, msg or oil. The Set Menu B we had is affordably priced since it rounds up to about RM100 plus for each person for such a seafood feast!

QiQi Steamboat

No 75G, Jalan 8/62A, Bandar Menjalara, 52200, Kuala Lumpur
Must try their unique 【大地鱼汤】 This is the most recommended soup by customers. Must order their signature handmade 1. Mushroom Meat Ball 【香菇猪肉丸】 2. QiQi Signature Cabbage Pork Dumpling 【QiQi 招牌高丽菜猪肉水饺】 3. Pork Bowl 【小碗猪】 4. Homemade Yong Dao Bok 【猪肉酿豆卜】 Besides, a good steamboat must have a good chili sauce, they provide homemade chili sauce which is 【super hot and nice】. Its the perfect companion for steamboat
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Malaysian Flavours

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Two types to choose from, cendol with mixed durian topping (RM12) or durian with Musang King Cendol (RM15). Fine shaved ice with cendol, fresh santan, red bean, gula melaka drizzle, crowned with durian pulp. A simple favourite local dessert that turns more noteworthy with a this famous tropical fruit.
We visited the place last weekend, and was surprised to find that a’Roma Dinings offer value Set Lunch 7 days a week, from 12PM to 4PM. A satisfying set that covers soup of the day, main course and iced lemon tea, only RM29.90. Add RM5 for Degayo coffee or Harney & Sons tea. Currently, they are using medium to dark roasted Indonesian blend, 100% Arabica coffee beans.
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Eat your heart out

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The marinated pork ribs were pretty good too, though I still prefer the pork belly as it's more fatty. Do also eat it while its hot as it gets a little chewy once cold. Overall, we enjoyed our meal here as the meat and ban chan is tasty and service is good. There is also another Korean restaurant in Taman Desa, but for those who do not like queuing, this is equally as good.
I was happy to see pho (beef noodle soup - RM17.90) on the menu, as I have been craving for it for a while. The pho soup is made by boiling imported Australian beef with various spices and then topped with rice noodles, beansprouts, fresh herbs, red chillies, thinly sliced beef and beef balls. Squeeze some lime over and enjoy! I definitely enjoyed this - the soup was clear yet very flavorful and comforting. Absolutely pho-bulous!
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What2See : Best of Penang Food!

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The combination of the hummus, saltiness of the fish and the sour hint from the pickle beet cumulate to form a surprisingly tasty dish.
The owner veers away from the conventional roast and poached chicken and instead offers his specialty. He begins marinating the chicken at home before deep-frying it in the shop. Utilizing big size chicken thighs only, he offers a selection of choices including Ham Sap Chicken Rice and Steamed Ginger Chicken Thigh Rice.
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Malaysian Foodie

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Bak Kut Teh ( RM 12/ pax) Enjoy the lovely bowl of Bak Kut Teh where the bak kut teh is served with the aromatic brooth and topped with the generous portion of pork and vegetables in it. The soup is very flavourful and filled with aromatic herbal fragrance in it. Deliciously done and mouthwatering. Pork remains as good as it is with the tenderlicious meat.
If you are looking for a great and delicious food that does not kill your pockets, heads to The Crazy Chef now !
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