Popular Restaurants in Kuala Lumpur – 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.
Sze Ling Hoo postedSo so
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.
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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.
Villa Danieli is a free-standing trattoria, styled after a country home and offers homey specialties that toast warm companionship, heart feasting, and the celebration of great food and fine wines.
Reasons to visit: Excellent value with additional benefits to certain credit/debit card holders; a unique Sunday brunch experience in KL – great mix between buffet, pass around dishes and mains prepared a la minute; don’t miss the risotto, pasta, grilled prawns, the onion bread and the chocolate calzone.
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
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.
Below are some drooling photos of our “makan” trip at Nihon Kai Japanese Restaurant, Old Klang Road. The food here is darn good and reasonably priced! Definitely a place worth trying.
chryshijing posted chryshijing.blogspot.com.au 55 ReviewsSuperb
A friendly waitstaff ushered us up the stairs to where there was more seating. Both of us shared some warm green tea, which we ordered first, and then proceeded to browse the menu.
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)