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Walima Cafe

1-7, Ground Floor, Centrio, Jalan Pantai Murni Pantai Hillpark, Bangsar South, 59200 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
price is affordable without compromising the quality. Nice place and mangement

Swiss Oven MIDF

Menara MIDF, Jalan Raja Chulan, Kuala Lumpur
cashiers never smile and very rude! Had bad experience over bfst today Not coming again!
 
 
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Tasteful Cuisine 尝聚轩

Jalan 32/B, Bandar Menjalara, Kepong, Kuala Lumpur
I have been to a bad and worst restaurant ever. First stepped in, the lady was terrible manner like her restaurant the best in town. After taking order, she warned us that need to wait at least 45 minutes. What the hell was she talking to a customer. Seriously we waited for an hour, damn salty food served. I asked her why took such a long time to serve a normal meals, she mentioned only 1 chef in the kitchen. What the fxxk, you have not enough chef still acting like a five star restaurant. Need booking, CNY Eve dinner, please take a look at your restaurant first, even a normal walk in customer also can't fulfill, and how could you to serve the booking tables. Really frustrated with those terrible Chinese restaurant like this. Please do not try the restaurant especially with parents or friends. Haiz... Paisei
 
 

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.
 
 
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Saturday Night Vibes – an amazing evening of good food, fun and music starts from 6pm to 10pm at RM168nett per person. A beverage package is also available at RM88nett (which includes an Aperol Spritz, a light-hearted cocktail of prosecco, Aperol and soda & applies to diners of Saturday Night Vibes only) while the 1-for-1 Happy Hour is available from 9.30pm to 11pm – selected draft beers, house wines and cocktails are served.
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www.choiyen.com
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