Chinese, Japanese Restaurants in Malaysia – 12 Restaurants
chryshijing posted chryshijing.blogspot.com.au 55 ReviewsSuperb
How unique is "Let It Rain"? Or in Mandarin, 下雨吧, which literally means just rain. Like, aiya, just rain la... how apt for the scorching hot weather in KL at the moment. The set up of the cafe is pretty simple and being creative people, there was evident use of recycled and inexpensive material. More importantly, they welcome visitors warmly.
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.
This restaurant serves a combination of cuisines from Japan, Korea, Shanghai and Hong Kong with a twist of fusion. For those who go for their ala carte dishes, there are more than 200 varieties to choose from.
Kenhuntsfood posted www.kenhuntfood.com 780 Reviews
Overall, I find the quality of the food served in Haven Delights was rather inconsistent, where some of the dishes were impressive and some do not. Service wise, was decent and the time used for the food to arrive was quite fast.
Pas De Nom posted chillout-soulout-freakout.blogspot.com 471 ReviewsExceptional
From my experiment in this restaurant, a restaurant cannot master a sushi and dim sum at the same time. I think they should just stick with dim sum because their dim sum is much better than sushi. As for this deal, I do not feel it is worth it because almost 50% of their menu is no longer available. I do not understand what is the purpose they still displaying in the website about their menu. It is kind of scam to me. Yes, my word maybe harsh but nothing is more disappointing than dining in a restaurant with full of hope on their menu but ended up you have limited to choose from.