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Restoran Guan Kie

Gohtong Jaya, Pahang
Avoid at all cause. This place is a tourist trap. I had the river prawn vermicelli in claypot for RM 103 and tea for RM 3. It had 2 prawns in it and a rather big bowl of vermicelli. Taste was alright which is probably the only reason why i put a 1 star. Service was poor and when I asked them about the price they initially told us it would cost about RM 40-50 per bowl and when the bill came it was RM106. There were no price tag on the menu.We asked them the price of the prawns and the waiters and waitress which was mainly consist of myanmar workers and very old chinese locals became very defensive and rude. They said the price of the prawns are all on the board which was RM11/100gram and they weight all the prawns beforehand. For RM103 based on our calculation, the prawns must weight a good 936gram- ( 468gram per prawn ) which is ridiculous as our prawns would weight a max of 600gram-700gram. the shops cleanliness was below average too.
 
 

LaFrance Cafe & Restaurant

Jalan Irrawadi, Georgetown, Penang
Horrible attitude owner The place is nice ,do not enter unless you are up for a challenge with the bad arrogant owner Please read the reviews from trip advisor or google reviews before you decide to visit the horrible restaurant https://www.tripadvisor.com.my/Restaurant_Review-g298303-d2271630-Reviews-La_France_Cafe_and_Restaurant-George_Town_Penang_Island_Penang.html#REVIEWS

Mantra Restaurant & Bar

Sunway Pyramid, Bandar Sunway, Petaling Jaya, Selangor
Tis is usually an eatery to go to with my friends for lunch, and we have visited more than once, but this time i merely wanted to take away the balance meal i had which is naan and the restaurant manager Shajahan was refuse to allow me to do so, it's fine if it's the restaurant's policy not to allow take away's but he could said it in a nicer and polite way, he was extremely rude and he walked away while we were even talking. I would not ever go again and so are my friends.
 

Pizza Express Malaysia

No 20 jalan pjs 9/2 Petaling Jaya, 46150, Selangor, Malaysia
Good dish, must eat, come back and try and eat more
 
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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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I Come, I See, I Hunt and I Chiak

www.taufulou.com
Currently, one of my favourite hangout spot is at this AirStream Cafe that is located in this famous APW, Bangsar. A simple cozy place for me to catch up with friends and nice chit chat.
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Eunice's Euphoria.

www.greentearedbean.com
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pureglutton.com
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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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