Best Chinese restaurants in Malaysia – People's favourite
Best crispy roasted duck in town The of the skin is thin and crispy, the marinate that they use masks the usually strong duck smell and gives it a very nice blended taste. The duck meat has just the right consistency of tenderness and moist with lots of juiciness and flavor in it.
costly meal 吐口水. 1kg catfish cost rm110. not worthy. no more 2nd time
Cheap, tantalising, and varieties in buffet steamboat.
This place is famous for the fast service, honey chicken wing and value for money (fresh and RM19.80/head). I would give it 2/3 if it wasn't for the crazy crowd and the need to fight for chicken wing.
Har Kao (Prawn Dumplings). These ones were juicy and were stuffed with big fat prawns! DELICIOUS!
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Chynna is celebrating Mid-Autumn Festival with handcrafted gourmet mooncakes. The snow skin lotus paste and salted egg yolk mooncake delivers a delicate & experimental flavours, while the baked lotus paste and salted egg yolk are the best pick for those who would like a traditional taste of our culture. Available for purchase at the hotel lobby from now till 8 October 2017
The best chendol in Penang for years and still number 1
I found nothing too fantastic, but my wife love it. Still a nice drink under the hot sun, standing and eating by the road side is an experience, and very affordable.
Pak Loh Chiu Chow (百乐潮州菜馆)，the “golden sister” of the world renowned Pak Loh Chiu Chow restaurant at Hong Kong which serve authentic Teo Chew cuisines.
Reasons to visit: very porky Chinese fare; good value set lunches.
You can find different types of hawker food there like Char Koay Teow, Loh Bak, Yu Sang Kai Chok (Porridge), Chicken rice and others. Kheng Pin café is an old style café where you will still find those old fashioned marble tables and wooden chairs.
ojsiew posted ojsiew.blogspot.com 633 Reviews
Found that the soup is not 'as clear as' the one at Kedai Kopi Ban Leong Ean. Nevertheless, it is still far better than the ones served in certain places.
Ipoh’s famous “Big Tree’s Foot” (called Tai Shu Keok in Cantonese) which located at Pasir Pinji with a friend. Basically, this place is kinda dusty and untidy as it’s located by the roadside. The hawkers erected some canopies probably due to some complaints by customers that leaves falling from above.
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Most of the yong tau fu we had were decent but not really outstanding. The only item that was special enough to be memorable was the ‘sar kot’ (stuffed turnip) – mainly because it was my first time having it, and we don’t get this in KL. But then again, I get comments saying there are plenty of other places that make tastier ‘sar kot’.
A mound of thick round noodles topped with ikan bilis, chopped scallion, a wee bit of table sugar, pork sliced and chopped, and tiny cubes of cracklin', all crowned by a snow-white poached egg. Kin Kin's pan mee delivers on its promise -- ultra chewy noodles and a la jiao light on oil and heavy on slow-roasted chili flavor that elicits a sharp tingle, rather than the sort of tongue-searing burn that might overpower the dish's other tasty ingredients.
Extremely terrible service!!! All you've read about the grumpy owners are TRUE. Grumpy, rude, moody - get ready to be scolded! Also get ready to wait 40mins for your pan mee to arrive during peak hours. SMALL PORTION and EXPENSIVE. I would highly highly recommend going to Super Kitchen across the road - they also sell chili pan mee and it's JUST AS GOOD (seriously!) except you get excellent service, a bigger portion and the place has air-cond. Same price. Another horror story about Kin Kin: My malay students wanted to learn about pan mee so they walked into Kin Kin to observe how it's cooked. As soon as they walked in, the HORRIBLE owner shouted "OI BUAT APA SINI! SINI JUAL BABI LAH!" - yeap Kin Kin owners are seriously huge babis. Instead, they went to Super Kitchen and the owners were SO NICE that they offered my Muslim students vegetarian pan mee to taste. DO NOT GO TO KIN KIN. Go to Super Kitchen.
Modern With a Hint of Chinese Influence, An Intimate and Luxurious Atmosphere, Highest Quality Cantonese and Oriental Menu Dim Sum and Seafood Specialities Featuring A Boutique Selection of Wines and Chinese Tea Located On Level 2, 6 Private Rooms A Selection of Quality Armagnacs, Cognacs and Chinese Wines,
Foodies can now enjoy a sumptuous Weekend Yum Cha with All-You-Can-Eat Dim Sum at the elegant Tai Zi Heen. With more than 40 selections of dim sum to choose from, it’s a perfect weekend treat to enjoy. Available every Saturday, Sunday and public holidays from 11.30am onwards, there are plenty of dim sum to please even the discerning palate. All-You-Can-Eat Weekend Yum Cha Available every weekend and public holidays from 11.30am to 3.00pm RM75 per adult Kids eat free (under 5 years old) and pay 50% off (6 to 12 years old)
This place is famous for their claypot mouse noodle ('nga pou lou shu fun')
Chee Keong Ee postedBad
Very bad service attitude. Waited for 40 min, food still not serve yet. When check order with them, the lady boss speak in harsh way and expect us to wait for another 30. It's ridiculous with this type of service.
The restaurant, part of the Oriental Chain (Ming Room, Noble House, Oriental, etc), is adequately ID-ed, not over the top, but still, it is basically a Chinese restaurant. The food however, is fairly consistent with their other outlets, which is usually of an acceptable standard.
babylightning posted www.dishwithvivien.com 546 Reviews
Nice porridge and dumplings
Wide variety of chinese food. Well known for its extremely fast service. New Paris has moved to a proper building and has established itself as one of the fastest food serving restaurants in town. Very fast and efficient service. From order placement to food serve time will take only 10 minutes. All foods are reasonably priced.
Free "Valet" Parking (the staff will assist you to find a spot), Quick Serving, Taste Good with Reasonable Price, what more could I ask for?