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China Treasures

Sime Darby Convention Centre, Bukit Kiara, Kuala Lumpur
The worst dim sum restaurant I ever been to!! The prawns inside the dim sum is not fresh n sourish and most fking horrible experience was the service of the arrogant, rude and fat chinese man waiter who brought our order wrongly n blame it on us n kept argue that he is right! When I ask to speak to the manager even he is worse! Trying to protect his waiter n being rude to the customers! I told him the prawn n meat in the dim sum is sourish n rotten . He kept lying n giving excuse that its the sauce suppose to be sourish! We are foodies n he thinks we cannot differentiate what is spoilt dim sum??!! Worse of all he insist that we pay for it if we cannot finish the food! Wtf?? Expecting us to eat rotten stuffs n finish so many food when u multiply our order twice coz your waiter make a mistake ?? Summore dare to argue n fight with us insisting he is right even our whole table experience the same rotten food. So bloody arrogant n shitty attitude the chinese manager n waiter! I bet they never even study hospitality or customer service before!! Dono which kampung they are release from!!! We will never go there again!!! N will spread this everywhere in the social medias!! Super shitty experience n food!!!

KTZ 记得食

SS2, Petaling Jaya, Selangor
Unethical business operator! Found a small cockroach body in one of the 'longan' when about to finish the 红枣茶. After bringing it to the cashier, the lady boss hurried to take over the longan and tear it off, squeezing and tearing the body off into pieces and loudly told us by shouting that it is just the longan stem or seed, so speechless and helpless at the same time. Really disappointed to see such business operators nowadays, especially for a such well known one. Urging to be extra cautious when visiting this place.

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.
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Top Foodies in Malaysia

Have Your Cake and Eat It Too
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.
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Malaysian Flavours
We opted for Uji Matcha Cheese, RM13.90. Glad that it was not too bad. The cheese foam layer is smooth, creamy and mellow, pairing quite well with the matcha drink beneath it. Other base to choose from this series include Jasmine Green Tea, White Peach Oolong Tea, Lychee Black Tea, Regius Coffee, Signature Chocolate.
Apart from the worthwhile dishes, what makes the buffet more memorable is none other but the dining location – The Cobalt Room. An elegant space with rich earthy tone, European-style design. So, book your table today for an evening with exceptional food, company, and ambience. The Festive Feast at The Cobalt Room on Level One will be priced at MYR118nett per adult and MYR59nett per child 12 years and below.
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What2See : Best of Penang Food!
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.
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Malaysian Foodie
Crispy Fried Chicken, RM49.90 One of the signature dish is Chir Chir and this is a MUST to have. Available in 3 flavours – Original, Spicy and Garlicky. For those who are loving fried chicken or first timer, you can have the chicken change half portion of the chicken to spicy or garlicky with just a top- up of RM 7. As for the flavours, personally I love the Original flavours. Love how the crispy chicken is being deep fried. It is indeed the chicken comes awesomely good where the chicken are fresh, well marinated and the crust comes crispy too. Once a bite, you can get the moist and juicy taste of it.
Price starts from RM 128 nett per adult and RM 50 nett per child. Enjoy the special deals of 20% off for selected credit and debit cards. The promotion begins 27th May to 25th June 2017 for dinner from 630 pm to 10.30 pm.
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