Halal Restaurants in Malaysia – 142 Restaurants
The buffet (RM 33++ per person) is quite worth the money if dim sums are your thing and you can't get enough of them.
PureGlutton posted pureglutton.com 168 Reviews
From the a la carte menu, the chef’s top recommendations are Deep-fried Shimeiji Mushrooms with Salted Egg Yolk, Steamed Tilapia Shanghai Style, Tiger Prawns in Portuguese Sauce, Aromatic Duck and Stir-fried Venison with Spring Onions and Ginger.
A restaurant that offers good ambience and authentic Thai cuisine.
low.b.leong posted foodbin.blogspot.com 444 Reviews
The place is huge with a sprawling car park, a gated vegetable garden, a pondok, artificial stream with fishes by the side of the restaurant, water fountain decorated with flowering plants and shrubs with the grand and majestic restaurant at the far end.
Aunty Nat some decent Nyonya food. Not only that, having a nice setup in the restaurant helps as well.
liyenz posted liyenz.wordpress.com 52 Reviews
It is nice taste and authentic for all the dishes that we ordered. The portion of each dishes is generous. The services and food serving time are reasonable where the waiters are attentive to our requests.
enqvist posted www.tasteiest.com 218 ReviewsSuperb
Teluk Kumbar Khuntai is a big restaurant with indoor and outdoor sitting areas together with big parking lot. Khuntai has great experience in serving authentic Thai cuisine, their experience earn them good reputation and grow their business to a total of 4 restaurant now, 2 in Penang and 2 in Petaling Jaya.
Mocha comes in dark or dulcey, and the dark one is my personal favourite. The more bitter, the better. Paired with Jeslyn's cheesecake, they're just perfect.
wedarefood posted wedarefood.blogspot.com 27 ReviewsSuperb
A classic Nyonya delicacy to start our meal. The crunchy outer shell compliments the soft, moist and juicy radishes perfectly! The finely chopped spring onions and chilli added a light freshness to the pai tee and the sambal was a beautiful blend of spiciness and sourness.