Latest Restaurant Reviews
Duck Egg Char Koay Teow
Bukit Mertajam, Penang
His charcoal duck egg char koay teow was slightly different than Jalan Pasar as he added Chinese sausage and topped with duck egg for RM 4.00. The koay teow was similarly fried with their mysterious dark sauce, cockles and bean sprouts. We were amazed by how tauke manage to stick the duck egg stick to every piece of the koay teow. This definitely worth trying.
O & S Restaurant
Paramount, Petaling Jaya, Selangor
Had a bad experience with the Asam Laksa stall at O&S Restaurant today, Nov 19, 2014 at 9am. The worker (a maid) return my change short of 50 cents. When I requested for my money, she unwillingly throw the 50 cents on my table! What a rude behavior! I went to complaint to the laksa stall about his worker that it's not about the money, but it's the attitude of their worker. As I turn away, the worker scolded a bad word [lan-ciow(means penis)] at me for complaining to her boss. Being the employer, both husband and wife didn't even scold or warn their worker. If they can accept this kind of attitude from the worker, it portrays the employer themselves as a rude person too. What a bad image for the restaurant! Very bad bad experience!
Restaurant Promotions & Deals
Quench your thirst with Utara Coffee House refreshing blend of cool fruity flavoured water. Water has never tasted so delicious. Try it for yourself. Date : Until 30th Nov 2014 Price : RM12++ Do contact Utara Coffe House for reservation and more information.01 Sep-30 Nov 2014
Donate RM10 For A Christmas Party
Baci will kick start a fund raising for the cute children at Ti-Ratana Welfare Society. Do spread the love & help Baci in putting together a Christmas party for the kids. Donate RM10 For A Christmas Party Fund raising period : Until 30th Nov 2014 Do contact Baci for reservation and more information.from 31 Oct 2014
Beggar’s chicken is a Chinese delicacy that one should not miss out. Get a taste at Xin throughout the month of November. Enjoy the marinated chicken, prepared with unique cooking techniques. The chicken is sealed with layers of aluminium foil together with variety of traditional herbs to produce the most tender, juicy, moist and aromatic chicken. The original taste of the chicken is perfectly retained in the aluminium foil covered by a layer of dough and roasted for the final touch. The dish is cracked open just before serving to present the signature mouthwatering beggar’s chicken.01 - 30 Nov 2014