Local (Malaysian) Restaurants in Malaysia – 786 Restaurants
Japanese buffet at its most extravagant, with the freshest of seafood, tempura, sashimi and even cooked-on-demand fare brought straight to your table. At a reasonable buffet price the atmosphere is casual, relaxed and elegant. Great place indeed; nice dining area with a wide range of seafood spread available; everything from fish to scallop to oysters to clams to Sashimi to crabs and lobsters! Jogoya is a famous japanese buffet chain from Taiwan. Unlike the likes of Saisaki in UOA2, Jogoya is meant to be more high class.
I have heard a lot about this place since it opened its doors in 2006. I heard about the wide selection of food and how the ice-cream served here is from Häagen-Dazs and New Zealand Natural. Mum and Dad were not too impressed when they visited, though. Same here, other than the wide selection of food, I was not too impressed with the quality of the food.posted chryshijing.blogspot.com.au 35 Reviews
THE Tan brothers have been churning out two goodies Ipoh seems to be associated with – soyabean milk and curd – since the early 1950s. Product and service quality have remain unchanged. You can either stop your vehicle in front of the stall, signal a little and the workers will deliver your orders. Or walk to the stall and get your drinks after a short wait.
Never had taufufa THIS SMOOTH! Definitely must try. Although portion is quite small, but very reasonable as it cost only RM1posted jowynna.blogspot.com 6 Reviews
Highly recommended for desserts, their icy dessert has very fine textured ice.
nice mango loh, honeydew loh...and other types of `loh' desserts. Nice variety of snacks with affordable pricesposted
Sakura, established since 1977, for famous local cuisine; needs no further introduction, has been a landmark and touristy spot too for the foreigners.
Sakura Nasi Lemak once is the pioneer for Authentic Nasi Lemak. The last time I dining in Sakura Restaurant is about more than 15 years ago :-p. Located in Jalan Imbi, and this restaurant also offer other oriental cuisine.posted pohkemonfooddiary.blogspot.com 126 Reviews
When asked about competition, she admitted that while there are many coffees shops around the area, she remains unperturbed. Such is her confidence in her blend of coffee, which uses 100% APS Arabic beans imported from Brazil, Indonesia and Columbia. These special beans are roasted using the Italian roasting method to bring out an aromatic smell and unique taste. In fact, due to overwhelming demand, Hai Peng Coffee Shop has started packaging the coffee and selling them off the shelf.
Known to be a very popular place for pit-stop by travelers. The kopitiam is always filled with people with aroma of food and coffee. Service is relatively slow though and are slightly pricy yet quality of food is good.posted www.shannonchow.com 25 Reviews
This café operated for more than 10 years, famous for its durian cakes and Tiramisu with brandy.
Christmas Pie: Combination of Vanilla Ice Cream and Pie. Hot and Cold made you feel like you are in heaven.The pie contains raisins and some other mixed fruits.posted eggiejiayeen.blogspot.com
Padi House, pretty interesting and creative name, don’t have to travel more than 10 kilometres to the nearest “mixed rice” source.The cafe has an open-air concept, pretty much like any coffee shop but the seats are quite comfy.
The other day, before dropping off my brother to his university in Cyberjaya after the long Christmas and New Year break, we managed to crash in at Padi House Restaurant for dinner. It was an early dinner at 4pm though. Padi House was recommended by my brother, Ivan who told me it was a rather popular place to chill out especially since it was a short driving distance away from Multimedia University Cyberjaya.posted www.isaactan.net 111 Reviews
Foremost and famous Air Itam Asam Laksa, some claim they are the best in Penang, some even said this is the best Asam Laksa.
WTF!!! I came to visit this place because somesay the laksa is one of the must try food in Penang. My wife and I wanna save room for some other delicous food in Penang, so we just order 1 laksa and we share it. My friends also ordered 1 laksa and share with his wife. Out of sudden the beverage stall worker automatically put 3 sugar cane ice and force you to pay. WTF! Why must I drink sugar cane in the first place! I was intented to order coconut ice because the weather is hot and try to cool down the heat but... F***, I rejected him and he try to threatened me by saying "You must order drink in order to have laksa here"... !@#$. I don't like to be forced to do something that I don't want to and still I rejected him again. !@#$. Finally the laksa is served and it cost RM3.50 each and my wife gave the old lady RM50. After waited for like 20mins, the old lady still hasn’t returned RM43 and I called the lady for my change. The f***ing old aunty return me just RM3 and insist she accepts only RM10 from my wife. WTF, RM50 become RM10!! I argue with her and she runs back to the stall (maybe trying to get cover from the stall owner). I followed her to the stall and start asking for the change from the owner. F***, the owner said that the aunty will only accept RM10 from customer and for RM50, other worker will collect from you. WHAT?! I was stunned and this is the first time I heard this kind of reason to cheat money. The stall owner also said I should have asked for the change immediately. !@#$ F***, they have many customer and very busy so it is normal for them to take time to return my change. Their worker start to accuse I have made a mistake. F***!! No point to keep arguing with this kind of rude people, my wife throw back the RM3 at them and stormed out….. F*** spoiled my holiday mood…. Rm50 for 2 F***ing asam laksa!! Your food is famous doesn’t mean you have the right to treat customer in such manner.posted