Malay Restaurants in Malaysia – 576 Restaurants
A lot of positive feedbacks are given to their lauk pauk, nasi dagang and noodles too. We will definitely come back to give it a try, will be having a hard time to resist ourselves from ordering the nasi lemak again. Village Park is operated by a Chinese-Muslim husband-wife team. Service for food is fast. Iced Special White Coffee (RM2.50), Kedondong juice & sour plum (RM2.50), Nasi Dagang Set (RM5.40), Nasi Lemak Ayam Goreng (RM6.80),
zappalangzpl posted zap-pa-lang.blogspot.com 74 ReviewsExceptional
椰浆饭是大家再熟悉不过的本地美食，也是很多人最爱的早餐选择。如果问道椰浆饭爱好者雪隆区一带最棒的椰浆饭，相信这间在 Damansara Uptown 的 Village Park 一定会榜上有名。 Village Park 的人潮从早上到晚上都一样那么多，只见服务员在人流中穿梭，一边替刚来的顾客安排座位，一边下单收碗碟。准备食物的柜台也同样忙得停不下来。
pamela_ybc posted www.malaysianfoodie.com 997 Reviews
Serai Platter (RM 25). The fluffy white rice which is infussed with the lemongrass brought us with the aromatic blend. Served together with the h honey squid, fresh acar, juicy fried chicken, and oxtail asam pedas. It’s so delicious and the blend is such a heaven. The chicken is well marinated and it’s meat is juicy and tender
Located by the sea, Ana Ikan Bakar Petai boasts fresh seafood ranging from fish, squid, cockles, crabs, lala and prawns which are cooked to order.
food2buzz posted foodtobuzz.blogspot.com 415 Reviews
Located by the sea, Ana Ikan Bakar Petai boasts fresh seafood — fish, squid, cockles, crabs, lala and prawns, which are cooked to order.
The sotong taste sweet and spicy at the first few mouthful. Then it tasted spicy all the way until I finished the noodle. If you are a sotong lover, you should definitely try this out.
The mee sotong was great! Almost every table in the food court ordered it.
hAppYHapPy posted tailim.blogspot.com 740 Reviews
The ambiance is kind of a resort and surprisingly there was no issue of any mosquito attack at this dark secluded corner. The pricing is reasonable and most importantly the food tasted good that is why it is so popular among the residents in this area.
Well hidden in the heart of Kuala Lumpur, it was previously resided by Euro Deli Grill. Songket has redecorated them in the style of Rumah Melayu; serving Authentic Malay cuisines, and having live cultural performance.
Pas De Nom posted chillout-soulout-freakout.blogspot.com 470 Reviews
Overall: 1/5 - Durian tiramisu by its name seems to be very interesting. I ordered it without hesitating after knowing the expensive price tag. Outcome is as you can see. It is more like an ice carved in Tiramisu shape. It is so hard for even using a fork to dig. Taste like durian? Yes. Made of durian? No. Artificial taste of durian. Some coloring is definitely there. This is my worst ever Tiramisu I have ever experienced.
And the peanut sauce is mixed with sambal to create a sweet and spicy taste. You can see they aren’t stingy with the peanut sauce, you can request as much as you want.
stevenycs posted craving4food.blogspot.com 281 Reviews
Why do I still choose M'sia rather than Haji Samuri? Well, good question. Cause it's near for one and it's not that pack and the enviroment also cleaner and not that hot. haha~! See, enviroment is very important also. The whole meal cost me RM 22.50. (Rating: 3.8 out of 5.0)
This place is by far the ONE satay restaurant that never failed to satisfy me. The barbecued meat are juicy, generous, & very flavourful.
A very good satay place. The nasi impit, chicken and lamb satay is superb.
Interestingly decorated place, sort of like a kampung house with lots of woven textiles ... The food was rather good too!
Authentic malay variety, somewhat higher than average malay food Average of RM30-50 for 2 pax dinner set I love their Warisan Cendol, Nasi Goreng Kampung, Pulut Ikan Masin, bubur kacang Those are the old school food i miss :) Their setup also includes some kampung style 'pondok' and wooden decor Service wise, about 15 minutes wait for food if restaurant is half filled. Not too bad