Malay, Chinese Restaurants in Malaysia – 22 Restaurants
Most pastries in Seri Karak are self-baked The building has a separate section in the front of its multi-storey, bright-coloured restaurant that is dedicated to baked products. Products are baked only once in the morning and only sold while stocks last.
The restaurant's swank interior belies the fact that it serves good `ol hawker fare along side Western favourites. Nasi Lemak, Curry Laksa, Mushroom Chicken Mee, Nasi Bojari, Beef Rendang, Curry Fish Head, Assam Prawns, Chicken Chop, Sambal Petai, Cendol, Ice Campur, Bubur Cha Cha.
wyilian posted wyilian.blogspot.com 31 ReviewsExceptional
Madam Kwan is one of the best restaurant serving Malaysian cuisine. To my surprise, the most delicious dish is Char Kuey Teow but not the well-known Nasi Bojari. Worth for a try!!!
Tanjung Ria Kitchen has halal certified kitchens presenting the best of local and western cuisine in a contemporary setting. The open kitchens take center stage as the chefs prepare all orders à la minute upon request. Tanjung Ria Kitchen will provide the ultimate dining experience for guests who wish to savor popular local and western dishes in one seating. While the lounge is the address for that business meeting, wonderful afternoon tea or leisurely evening cocktail in homelike luxurious setting. Private dining rooms provide the perfect setting for your business luncheon or family gatherings. Celebrate the unique multi-cultural Malaysia in its flavours. Buffet Prices: Buffet Breakfast, RM80.00nett per person Buffet Lunch, RM90.00nett per person Buffet Dinner, RM130.00nett person Limited time offer: Every Monday night, enjoy the buffet dinner at only RM99.00 nett per person. Effective 1st April 2015, all rates quoted are nett and inclusive of 6% Goods and Service Tax (GST).
TheYumList posted theyumlist.blogspot.com 552 Reviews
stimulating design, positive vibe, live cooking stations with dishes made to order, great selection of fresh ingredients, Oxtail Assam Padas, Ikan Bakar, Biryani, Tandoori, Kueh Lenggang.
EEST is a Pan Asian restaurant featuring five distinct Asian cuisines - Japanese, Vietnamese, Chinese, Thai and Malay with a modern and innovative twist.
d_luaz posted www.foongpc.com
The bubur cha cha turned out to be the saving grace for the desserts. It was one of the best bubur cha cha I have ever tasted! Delicious and not too sweet, with lots of yam and potato cubes and sago in it, I was really satisfied with it.
The food court is divided into 2 section, one part is open at daytime and this part is opens only at night. Stall No 39 – Simee Beef Noodles/Hakka Mee Stall No 40 – Sotong Kangkung/Rojak (12.30pm – 6.00pm) Stall No 42 – Soya Bean Milk and Tau Fu Fah (Tues-Sun 9.30am – 5.00pm) Stall No 45 – Laksa Stall No 46 – Seng Kee Hong Kong Chee Cheong Fun