Western (Westen) Restaurants in Malaysia – 2390 Restaurants
Nadeje Patisserie is a cosy cafe that occupies two shop lots in Malacca. It specializes in mille crêpe, a French cake made of many crêpe layers. "Mille" means "a thousand" in French, implying the many layers of crêpe used.
Many selection of crepe cake! Have to be prepare to line up for a seat tho. Always jam packed.
Yut Kee is one of the grand old lady of the Kuala Lumpur kopitiam scene having been established since 1928. Today it's being run by the third generation of the family.
posted spicysharon.blogspot.com 141 Reviews
Overall Rating: 8/10. The crowd of hungry onlookers kept on coming while we were busy feeding off our plates. After so many years, I still don't quite get the hype about the place - the long wait and the okay only dishes with a few standouts.
A nice cafe serving a vast variety of food for buffet lunch.A few sections catering for different cuisines.. like continental, italian, chinese, malay, indian and a big corner just for dessert itself.
The variety and freshness is great, especially dessert with some cheese selection, with a chocolate fondue, and the price is the standard high-priced buffet around KL (RM 90++, and 50% discount if you are a shangri-la member)
Their meatballs, made from minced beef are the best, served with thick gravy from beef stock, and lingonberry jam, with thick cut fries.
posted ojsiew.blogspot.com 0 Reviews
We didnt really enjoy the coffee as it smelt like 'cockcroach'!!.. I even poured away the 1st cup after the 'unexpected smell', then 'washed' the cup and refill from another machine. But the smell was still there. gosh... not such if that's the 'acquired' flavour or what!!.... not sure!!...
posted chryshijing.blogspot.com.au 35 Reviews
Famous for their Australian-style brekkie and coffee, I opted for a lighter meal of French Toast with Berry Compote (RM14.00/AUD4.80) instead of a heavy big breakfast. I should have asked for the toast to be wholemeal instead of white bread. Berry compote was delectable, I finished it all.
posted chryshijing.blogspot.com.au 35 Reviews
There was a time when friends were incessantly posting photos and checking-in on Facebook when they dined at this place. I wondered what all the hype was about, really. Although I have been driving past this place for a few years since I attended piano lessons over in the Imbi area, I did not realise its popularity. And so when the bestie asked where to go for lunch, I quickly suggested Levain.
This restaurant is actually located at the ground floor of condominium together with some other shoplots.
Look at the menu, it seems they have anything you want - malay, chinese, indian, thai, western, etc. Lots of variety. The food quality is quite good but not fantastic. It's not expensive and parking is not an issue, so I would still recommend this place as it's a nice place to dine in.
Popular for quality premium beef steaks - Japanese Kobe, Australian Wagyu, Australian Black Angus. The menu has a variety of food from steaks, pastas, seafood, sausages and their signature pies. The dessert menu is filled with Movenpick Ice-cream and cakes.
posted princessmasako80.blogspot.com 0 Reviews
NIce place, i love the beef especially .. price reasonable and affordable. I love the carrot too..
No. 10, Irrawaddy Road, 10050 Penang. (Right beside the corner and junction that turn into chow Thye Road)
posted www.noweating.com 245 Reviews
At first glance, with service tax exemption and reasonable price, this restaurant definitely worth 2nd visit. It opens from 8AM – 5PM and you may enjoy healthy breakfast such as half-boiled eggs and toasts there as well.
The relaxed cool atmosphere with wide selection of food which include light teatime snack, a local dish or breakfast set, etc
posted relishbyrae.blogspot.com 0 Reviews
Everything seemed perfect, the view, the ambience… except the slow service. It was an immediate disappointment when the latte was served. I was expecting the milk was steamed at the right temperature, but was found the latte was way too hot and burnt my tongue. The aroma was so weak until I thought I was drinking steaming hot coffee-flavoured milk. It didn’t taste much like an illy to me and I was a little down as I was hoping a “boost”. It was another disappointment when the pasta was served. I was expected the white cream sauce like the carbonara, somehow it tasted sour. Well, that was not too bad, it was just out of my expectation. The bad thing about the pasta was the smoked salmon. I was expected generous portion of slightly thicker smoked salmon, but they were merely 3 thin pieces of smoked salmon topped with a little caviar. On the bright side, they were generous enough to make sure the angelhair was in sufficient portion. Frankly, it was overpriced at RM 29.90. My hubby had nasi kerabu with ayam percik served with raw ulam, salted egg and keropok, a typical local dish at RM 24.90 and he complained about the not so nasi kerabu and cold tasteless chicken.