Popular Restaurants in Malaysia – People's favourite
Yut Kee is one of the grand old lady of the Kuala Lumpur kopitiam scene having been established since 1928. Today it's being run by the third generation of the family.
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Tried the Hainanese Chicken Chop and the Roti Babi because they're famous for these. NOTHING SPECTACULAR. The Hainanese Chicken Chop looks like something they just spoldged on the plate and splash the sauce on it before they charged you an arm and a leg for it. The Roti Babi was full of oil and tasted very bland. No air-conditioning, the place is clean but feels like a pig stable because of the crowds. Only people with more money than sense (or doesn't enjoy good food) will keep coming back here for the bland food. However the kaya swiss rolls are highly recommended.
One of the most wonderful spread of buffet lines in Penang, ranging from local delicacies to international favorites.
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Available from 27th to 31st January 2017 (7pm till 10.30pm), the Chinese New Year Steamboat Buffet Dinner is priced at RM108nett per adult and RM54nett per child. Limited seats are available with a maximum 80 pax only.
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I always know that when an invite comes from the Renaissance Hotel KL, the end result is inevitably a food coma of sorts. Whilst I first mourned the passing of one of the last bastions of non halal dim sum places in local hotels, I was massively comforted by the outstanding quality of dim sums that were pork free, that we got to sample whenst they first turned over the new leaf, and went PORK FREE. Memories of those glorious golden yam puffs that melt in the mouth, those plump siu mais...the list goes on. Anyway, until 29th August, there's a 50% promo off dim sums during lunch time from Mondays to Fridays, which is a damn good deal if you ask me. Or you can create your own 4 course menu at RM49.90 nett per person, for lunch OR dinner.
Nadeje Patisserie is a cosy cafe that occupies two shop lots in Malacca. It specializes in mille crêpe, a French cake made of many crêpe layers. "Mille" means "a thousand" in French, implying the many layers of crêpe used.
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Opt for its original mille crepe and it tastes best among the variety of mille crepes
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Besides the traditional Bubur Lambuk, this year the chefs at Chatz Brasserie are cooking 18 types of porridge for their Ramadhan Selera Kampung. The clay pots are all lined up in one corner – lift the lids and you will be greeted with the lovely aromas of lobster porridge, bubur menguh Bali, bubur isi ketam and a whole lot more.
Brazilian churrascaria captures the ideal spirit of a barbecue – wide choice of meat (no pork, no MSG) that is served freshly cooked and hot on your plate. There is a tangy tomato-and-onion sauce to go with it. Carnaval Churrascaria offers more than 10 cuts of meat –from beef, lamb, chicken, liver, gizzard, fish fillet, turkey ham and sausage – as well as whole grilled pineapple.
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The bottom line is Carnaval is the place to be if you have a simple passion for meat. With unlimited servings and being able to eat meat that is always kept warm, this is a carnivore's dream!
Went there for dinner for the first time on Wednesday, all because my friend bought Groupon vouchers. The restaurant was quite run down, tables and chairs cramp together. The salad bar was horrible, coleslaw and salad dressing were watery. Some "economy rice" style dishes aside from the 2 main fried chicken dishes which were nothing to shout about. Mash potato was inedible, so was the spaghetti, fried seafood toufu tasted sour. Plastic plates and cups made me feel like I was eating in a canteen. Surprisingly it was pretty crowded.. however, it's was a not more next time for the 3 of us.
It’s raining pasta at Utara Coffee House of Hotel Armada Petaling Jaya as we present Pastabilities this March. Italian cuisine has always been rich and varied in all aspects, but pasta has been its pride and glory through much of its history. With that, Executive Chef, Chew Teik Chye is pulling out all stops to present you 7 popular pasta made, the Italian way! With these dishes starting from RM22.00++, head down to Utara Coffee House of Hotel Armada Petaling Jaya, where the ‘pastabilites’ are almost endless. Promotion valid throughout the month of March, 2012.
From 3rd January till 11th February 2017, Armada Hotel's buffet line will be featuring a wide variety of ‘good luck’ dishes leading up to the Chinese New Year Reunion Buffet Dinner The Chinese New Year Reunion Buffet Dinner is priced at RM88+ per adult, RM62+ for senior citizens and RM44+ per child.
Mamak restaurant with a great varieties of roti, steamy hot delicious nasi lemak.
This is the "King of all Mamak"; crowded with people during supper time, filled with guiltily delicious food and plenty of variety. Fairly quick service, but there might be some problem getting hold of the busy waiters.