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Batu Pahat Glutton’s Street Food

Jalan Peng Kai, Batu Pahat, Johor
This place consists of two rows of about 20 roadside stalls, selling cheap and delicious chinese cooked food. You can eat there, or you can order takeaway. Laksa, fried meehoon or keiwtiow, wanton mee, clay pot chicken rice, Vietnamese cook food, fried carrot cake, chicken rice, fishball meehoon and other cooked food can be found here.
 

Aoki-Tei Japanese Buffet Restaurant (青木亭放题)

Sunway Nexis, Jalan PJU 5/2, Kota Damansara, Selangor
Worth to try at the dinner buffet for its sashimi platter, the cheese baked oysters and free flow of alcohol/green tea.

Bonfire Restaurant & Bar

The Starling, Damansara Utama, Petaling Jaya, Selangor
Located at Damansara Uptown's The Starling Mall, Bonfire is a new restaurant and bar serving modern Australian cuisine. Drawing inspiration from award-winning Australian restaurant, Porteño in Sydney, the restaurant has a custom-made woodfire and charcoal oven as a centrepiece in the kitchen. As you can imagine bonfire consumes a lot of wood and they have artistically incorporated firewood into the interior design. Exposed brick walls and ornate floor tiles, along with a colorful, striking mural completes the look of this casual dining restaurant.

Gangnam 88

Jalan Solaris 3, Solaris Mont Kiara, Off Jalan Kiara, Kuala Lumpur
Verdict: The Gold Set we had was a fully loaded portion good enough for 5-6 persons that’s great value for money. Reasons to visit? Cheerful ambience, attentive service and great food, if these not enough to attract you, maybe I should spend more time to find you a better one. Gangnam 88 certainly a great place for gathering, be it for friends or families.
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Angus House

Gurney Paragon Mall, Persiaran Gurney, Penang
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Jalan Tasik Utama 3, Lakefield Sungai Besi, Sungai Besi, Kuala Lumpur
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Super Shiok Char Siew. Enough.
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Mongolian Cheesy Mango Pizza

Prangin Mall, Jalan Dr Lim Chwee Leong, Georgetown, Penang
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DOUBLE BRAISED ORANGE CHICKEN

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I Come, I See, I Hunt and I Chiak

www.taufulou.com
When I saw this, I am all over the cloud, as the colour of soup, texture and ingredient definately a match back to Penang version especially with pig blood and cockles. Another best part is their chili paste. Indeed this is a perfect bowl of Kuantan Road Curry Mee. After mix it all, soup is pack with flavour from the chili paste, which is fragrant with mild spices and has a little hint of sweet end. Definitely one of a highly recommended best Penang Curry Mee Stall at OUG. Will be back!
This promotion begins on 29th May until 24th June from 630pm – 1030pm. Prices are RM77+ (adult) and RM39+ (child).
672 Reviews

My Palace, My symphony of life and the rhythm in My heart

lovewinter19.blogspot.com
Worth to try at the dinner buffet for its sashimi platter, the cheese baked oysters and free flow of alcohol/green tea.
A great place for cozy chat and delectable pizzas, macaroons and pastries. You could consider to purchase their pastries after 4:30pm as they sell at discounted rate.
90 Reviews

Have Your Cake and Eat It Too

fatboyrecipes.blogspot.com
Delicious, Linguini Alla Modi Rosa, seafood baked in foil, an Italian Cartocci style dish. I could eat this and leave happy. Easily my favourite dish of the meal. RM55.
Slow cooked Beef Short Ribs with crushed sweet potato and gremolata...apparently it's been slow cooked for 48 hours. The result of which is an exceedingly tender chunk of meat, falling off the bone but still retaining the beefy texture. One afterall does not want the meat to just dissolve in the mouth. RM105.
248 Reviews

What2See : Best of Penang Food!

www.what2seeonline.com
All in all, the culinary delights at Red Courtyard are definitely worth the value as quality fresh ingredients are presented across the dishes prepared based on Hunan-style of Chinese cooking. This restaurant is definitely one to visit if you’re looking for a family friendly restaurant serving Hunanese specialties.
Priced at RM328nett per person, with additional RM80 for wine pairing, the meal by Chef Johnson and Chef Tor with flavors built with local and imported ingredients working in unison was worth the price. We loved the exciting culinary experience, attentive service with detailed explanation of the dishes, and not to mention, the choice of plates and cutlery.
433 Reviews
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