Halal, Chinese Restaurants in Malaysia – 28 Restaurants
Har Kao (Prawn Dumplings). These ones were juicy and were stuffed with big fat prawns! DELICIOUS!
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Chilled Carol Weed with Ginseng and Wolfberry 人參枸杞珊瑚草 Dessert in Hilton CNY menu 2017 is the best among all we had tried. Chilled carol weed sweet soup with whole ginseng in it, and we never expect texture of wolfberry is taken into attention too – soft but remained crunch, really nice.
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.
Foodie Queen postedBad
The worst dim sum restaurant I ever been to!! The prawns inside the dim sum is not fresh n sourish and most fking horrible experience was the service of the arrogant, rude and fat chinese man waiter who brought our order wrongly n blame it on us n kept argue that he is right! When I ask to speak to the manager even he is worse! Trying to protect his waiter n being rude to the customers! I told him the prawn n meat in the dim sum is sourish n rotten . He kept lying n giving excuse that its the sauce suppose to be sourish! We are foodies n he thinks we cannot differentiate what is spoilt dim sum??!! Worse of all he insist that we pay for it if we cannot finish the food! Wtf?? Expecting us to eat rotten stuffs n finish so many food when u multiply our order twice coz your waiter make a mistake ?? Summore dare to argue n fight with us insisting he is right even our whole table experience the same rotten food. So bloody arrogant n shitty attitude the chinese manager n waiter! I bet they never even study hospitality or customer service before!! Dono which kampung they are release from!!! We will never go there again!!! N will spread this everywhere in the social medias!! Super shitty experience n food!!!
There weren't much drawbacks from this meal, besides the pork-free agenda, and I wasn't really expecting much. However, the food proved me wrong. Halal Dim Sum can be very enticing and delicious as well, and considering the price we paid for, it's definitely reasonable as having usual dim sums (halal) at hotels is costly
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Overall, we do enjoyed this place very much. I will not hesitate to invite my Muslim friends when I have another school gathering again.
It is the best halal curry noodle in Kuantan.
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I actually quite like their Curry Mee although I always do prefer Penang Curry Mee. Their light and mild curry soup actually give you more space to crave after leaving the shop. I definitely will come back again if I'm in Kuantan again.
Crunchy 'you tiao (yao char kuai); freshly made 'tow foo far' - well-loved and familiar Chinese snacks; I LOVE YOO aims to give food lovers a taste of the traditional, with a modern twist. With the vision of bringing scrumptious traditional Chinese favorites in a modern setting to the masses, this I LOVE YOO established its flagship outlet in Pavilion, Kuala Lumpur in November 2007.