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Formosa Taiwanese Restaurant

Sunway Pyramid, Bandar Sunway, Petaling Jaya, Selangor
Tried the oyster Mee sua. Portions much smaller compare to 3months ago. One miserable oyster

ChinaHouse (Kopi C)

Lebuh Pantai, Georgetown, Penang
Good place for cake feast and smoothies. Reservation/ pre-booking is preferable to be done before visiting to avoid disappointment (and if you want non-smoking area).

Black Kettle

Beach Street, Georgetown, Penang
Good place for pastry lover and gathering/ cozy chat session. Despite the price, coffee here are quite nice and rich with aroma.

Khuntai Restaurant

Butterworth, Penang
Foods tried at Aman Puri branch weren't up to expectation, but you may still go to try their white tom yam soup and green curry chicken.
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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

Nam Heong Food Court

Ipoh SoHo, Jalan Sultan Iskandar Shah, Ipoh, Perak

Restoran Meng Kee Char Siew

Hicom Glenmarie Industrial Park, Shah Alam, Selangor
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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Pork Panaeng with Rice

Jalan 20/7, Taman Paramount, Petaling Jaya, Selangor

Original Hand Tossed Ocean Delight + Texas BBQ Chicken

Green Lane, Penang
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Top Foodies in Malaysia

Delightedly, the tomato soup, only RM5.00 for a big bowl plus a side of sourdough bread was WONDERFUL. The soup was robust, filling and absolutely satisfying in both texture and flavours. It wasn’t heavy on cream but with good tomato flavour and body nonetheless. For RM5.00, this was a steal.
HOW YOU CAN HELP: 1. Offer financial assistance or food 2. Buy suspended meals. That means when you buy yourself a meal there you can also pay for a meal or two for someone who will use it on another day. 3. Be a volunteer. 4. Be a paying customer. You can either have your lunch here (pay price as per menu) or even share the evening meal (pay any amount you wish). 5. Donate items – food or everyday necessities. OR even kitchen equipment or furniture!
545 Reviews

Eat your heart out
The highlight of our meal was the fried sotong. It was deep fried to crispy perfection, along with curry leaves and onions. It arrived piping hot as it is fried to order.
The Chinese New Year set menus will be available from 5 January until 16 February 2017, with prices starting from RM238 nett per person for the Rainbow Set, RM298 nett per person for the Great Chynna Set, RM368 nett per person Prosperity and Glory Set and RM588 nett per person for the Year of Rooster Set. For the full menus, please scroll down to the bottom of this post.
25 Reviews

I Come, I See, I Hunt and I Chiak
No doubt that their fish and fried potato is good and we will certainly come back again to try other dishes as we were small in group that day. Worth to give it a try. Food Rating 8/10, great food. Recommended!.-Stamped-
Love the beer selection in this bar and definitely will come back for drinks again. My beer preference is still with WeissBier series as they are lighter and more fragrant with mild sweater end as for IPA or Indian they are stronger in taste.
669 Reviews

Mimi's Dining Room
Certainly a rock bottom deal for a 3 course Valentine Dinner priced at only RM168+ for 2 persons!
Exquisite festive dishes and the chef’s signature specials take centrestage at the tastefully decorated Ee Chinese Cuisine restaurant for the upcoming Chinese New Year celebrations. We savoured a selection of hand-picked dishes from Ee’s Chinese New Year menus ranging from RM688nett to RM5888nett.
401 Reviews
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