Chinese Restaurants in Jalan Imbi – 40 Restaurants
Of course for those of you who don't live or work around Imbi, you can always visit the outlets at Gardens Midvalley or Desa Sri Hartamas. The menu is a little different but you get the gist of it ie. Taiwanese porridge.
Overall meal was a 5/5! If can, I’d give 55555/5! Totally recommended! The restaurant size is a little small, so it can be a little packed. You can make reservations before hand. If you don’t, do expect to queue outside. My mom is quite close with the waitress so she called her to make reservations and also ordered the dishes in the afternoon.
Li Yen, the hotel's award-winning signature restaurant, features Cantonese specialties with sumptuous dim sum for lunch and a la carte selections for dinner. * Three private dining rooms are available for exclusive and social functions * Traditional Chinese "Yangqing" music performed live * Sophisticated, casual attire recommended * Reservations are recommended
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Deep Fried Nian Gao with Yam 芋头炸年糕 We were already quite full by the time this Deep Fried Nian Gao was served but this is real good! Super crispy golden brown outer layer encasing sweet, creamy yam, sandwiching Chinese glutinous rice cake at the center.
Serving the finest Chinese gourmet creations and delicacies. With a modern touch to traditional Chinese dishes, the restaurant specialities includes Imperial Style Lobster with Braised Superior Shark's Fin, Braised Abalone with Goose Web baked in Foil, Emperor Beancurd and Noble House Three Variety Combinations Appetizer.
Recently, I was invited to dine at Noble House sampling the winning creations 'Classic Nanyang Cantonese Cuisine' by Chef Peter Tsang and Chef Justin Hor in conjunction with Oriental Group '9th Annual Chef Event' kicking off from 21st August 2017 to 30th September 2017. These tantalising dishes which preserves the authentic flavours will be available for all diners to devour at all Oriental Group Of Restaurant from 21st August 2017 to 30th September 2017. Spoilt for choice from the elaborate ala-carte menu, you can order the 2 preset menus namely the Majestic Set (RM1,888 Nett) per table for 10 pax or the Royal Set ( RM3,888 Nett).
They soak the prawn in wine - and it's so distinct that you can taste it the moment you sink your teeth into it. Absolutely, without a doubt - it's the best "sang har mee" in KL and PJ. Life Centre is over priced, PJ's Greenview is good but doesn't come close to this
kuanfoodfetish posted www.kuanfoodfetish.com 166 ReviewsExceptional
First was the signature Prawn Noodle. The four prawns, each as big as my palm were humongous. The young chef informed us they only purchase fresh prawns imported from India which they will hand-pick every morning...
Weng Hing has been around for a long time and is famous for both it's Char Kuey Teow and Pork Ball Noodles. This is one the best pork ball noodles in Kuala Lumpur and Petaling Jaya. For ordering of these mini egg tarts: 潘平/Pan Ping - 016 378 4480
vkeong posted www.vkeong.com 879 Reviews
My favorite was of course the egg tart, which had a warm and flaky crust. The egg custard however, could be more aromatic.
The restaurant has become a tourist spot.
Eaten here quite a few times during office hour lunch quite a few times about 10 years back, and I would say it is a delightful experience. Nowadays it seems this place is overrun by tourist, not sure it the quality of the food manage to hold up.