Chinese Restaurants in Jalan Kuchai Lama – 40 Restaurants
The restaurant is very famous for its Claypot Loh Shue Fun
Pas De Nom posted chillout-soulout-freakout.blogspot.com 471 Reviews
However, as for the whole, I really do suggest their signature Claypot Fish Head XO Noodle and Fried Guinness Stout Chicken Wings. As for the others, I am not so convinced.
Chong Qing Chicken Hot Pot located at Kuchai Maju area. There will be your good choice if you are big fans of spicy food.
Duckie posted duckies-food-blog.blogspot.com 304 Reviews
Firstly, bad idea eating with noodles. Secondly, although it is a little spicy, I find that the spices here is a little fake. Can taste the curry paste in the soup / gravy. Thirdly, don't know what is the hype about this place and I don't think this would be original hot pot and honestly, no more second time for me here.
Eat at the comfort of an airconditioned place, personal pots but it lacked the soul that the good old steamboat places possess.
chryshijing posted chryshijing.blogspot.com.au 55 ReviewsExceptional
We were quickly ushered to an empty table and took some time to browse through the menu. As I hardly eat at steamboat restaurants, I was a little unsure of how to go about ordering but I did enjoy looking at all the food they had in the menu.
Well-known for its outstanding BBQ lamb. The stallholder says the technique of controlling temperature of requires experience and skill. His version is aromatic and slightly crispy on the outside, moist and juicy inside without the foul odour.
suyee posted su-yee.blogspot.com 402 Reviews
personally i love the ambience ...its just relaxing:)
All the noodles are freshly made daily and there are no left overs. The noodles are made from premium flours and Omega 3 eggs without addition of any liquid or water. No preservatives or food conditioner added so therefore it is a very healthynoodle. The noodles are very springy feeling when you put into your mouth. Combine with the pickled chili, it is a heaven. The mee actually is called Wan Tan Mee by its normal look. Thisrestaurant called it Bamboo Noodles as it is made by using bamboo. Usually they serve you the noodle without the pork lard. Go ahead and ask for it and definitely it will make you fly after eating together with the noodle. The pork lard fried fresh daily too.
wenching_86 posted www.eatonlylar.com 208 Reviews
Nippy Noodle Restaurant serves up some good noodles from our experience there. One worth looking out for if you’re a fan of noodles!
sumptuous.blog posted sumptuousblog.wordpress.com 169 Reviews
Totaled @ RM 28.40 for this simple meal at a simple cafe. Besides the normal pan mee, Cha Cha offers other varieties of pan mee such as the curry version, the chili prawn, cha yoke and I would like to try the sour plum pan mee on my next visit.