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CF Fish Head Noodle

Jalan PJS 11/14, Subang Jaya, Selangor
Bad, not coming back . No service with service charge..soup is mild n no taste at all.....
 

Empire Sushi

1st Avenue Mall, Jalan Magazine, Georgetown, Penang
Dined at the IPC branch and the sushi here were fresh and delicious. The price itself is comparatively affordable.

Tokyo Secret

1 Utama Shopping Centre, Bandar Utama, Petaling Jaya, Selangor
The cheese tart is still being the best one I have eaten. It tastes the best when it's freshly baked. Try their hazelnut-chocolate cheese tart and matcha flavour one too. Not recommend to take away if you plan to bring back home (with long distance) and warm it with microwave, the cheese tart will become overbaked.

The Lounge

GTower, Jalan Tun Razak, Kuala Lumpur
One of the best places for cozy chats and enjoy good quality of foods. Pleased to be here for the food and environment.
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Top Foodies in Malaysia

Chillout, Soulout & Freakout

chillout-soulout-freakout.blogspot.com
In my opinion, their signature Pad Thai and Pineapple Fried Rice did a very good job to impress me but their tom yam is rather disappointing. I would prefer a Thai restaurant that can do the perfect job on all the three basic Thai signature food. Service wise, they should hire a Thai waiter/waitress instead of worker from other nationalities which cannot understand what their patron wants.
Overall, the owner splashed a lot of money and hard work to decorate the whole cafe to a unique style which we have to give extra credit on that. All they need to work on is their quality of their food to make sure this cafe to continue to get return customers instead of new customers. The only worthwhile for now is their drink which is fairly acceptable even though it is a little pricey. That's the tips for their astonishing design.
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My Palace, My symphony of life and the rhythm in My heart

lovewinter19.blogspot.com
Dined at the IPC branch and the sushi here were fresh and delicious. The price itself is comparatively affordable.
The cheese tart is still being the best one I have eaten. It tastes the best when it's freshly baked. Try their hazelnut-chocolate cheese tart and matcha flavour one too. Not recommend to take away if you plan to bring back home (with long distance) and warm it with microwave, the cheese tart will become overbaked.
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thenomadGourmand

www.rebeccasaw.com
Delightedly, the tomato soup, only RM5.00 for a big bowl plus a side of sourdough bread was WONDERFUL. The soup was robust, filling and absolutely satisfying in both texture and flavours. It wasn’t heavy on cream but with good tomato flavour and body nonetheless. For RM5.00, this was a steal.
HOW YOU CAN HELP: 1. Offer financial assistance or food 2. Buy suspended meals. That means when you buy yourself a meal there you can also pay for a meal or two for someone who will use it on another day. 3. Be a volunteer. 4. Be a paying customer. You can either have your lunch here (pay price as per menu) or even share the evening meal (pay any amount you wish). 5. Donate items – food or everyday necessities. OR even kitchen equipment or furniture!
545 Reviews

Malaysian Flavours

www.malaysianflavours.com
The cheese version is even better! Slices of square cheddar cheese imported from New Zealand, sandwiched within the batter, sprinkled with more cheese powder on top and put into bake.
Vietnamese Chicken Salad Noodles and Spaghetti Bolognese are other food option you can have in Ebony & Ivory Coffee, more as chef special so choices may change. Beverage has wider selection, from white to back, chocolate, Hojo tea, hand brewed coffee and non-caffeinated lemonade, passion fruit soda and mint cooler. Everything reasonable in price, not beyond RM20 except if new, premium beans for brewed coffee is brought in occasionally.
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