Recommended Restaurants in Jalan Klang Lama – Editor's Pick, based on foodies' reviews
Hot and spicy adventure continues with some authentic Hunan cuisine at Xiang Fu Xiang Cheng 鄉府湘城 whipped out by Chefs from China. Also known as Xiang cuisine to some, Hunan cuisine's actually spicier and more numbing than Szechuan cuisine.
taufulou posted www.taufulou.com 669 Reviews
Currently this is one of my favourite China food that offer pretty good food and price is reasonable. Came here 3 times in a row.
Kazoku-Ai Modern Teppanyaki Kitchen serves up the best Gourmet Japanese Teppanyaki and Tempura dishes in Malaysia. Everything from our comprehensive menu to our amazing ambiance gives you a dining experience like no other. With a combined kitchen experience of over 60 years including a double award winning Chef. We created two World’s Firsts namely The Kazoku-Ai Fire Crab and the Teppanyaki Giant Zebra Mantis Prawns. Our other popular dishes includes the freshest Salmon Sashimi, Signature Maki, NZ Lamb Cutlets, Kagoshima Wagyu, Tofu Steaks, Grilled Salmon Head, Foie Gras and many more. We have our on going “All You Can Eat Ala Carte Buffet Lunch”. You can dive into all our amazing food between 12pm and 3pm without burning a hole in the pocket. Kazoku-Ai simply meant Family Love. This is the best place for all your gatherings with family, great friends and even power business meals. We are a pork free restaurant but we serve award winning Tatenokawa Sake and a wide variety of Fine Wines and Nikka Whiskies. Raimon Isuke Sake, Dhorsty Hof South African Shiraz Merlot, Tatenokawa Honryu Ultra Premium Sake, Tatenokawa Sienryu Ultra Premium Sake, Marble Cake South Australian Shiraz and Ezhizakura Sake from Niigata Japan are our TOP selling drinks! Every bottle served tonight comes with a FREE serving of our famously fresh Salmon Sashimi! For more details, feel free to log on to www.fb.com/www.kazokuai.com.my Website: http://www.kazokuai.com.my
The food here is above average and the food prices here are not cheap. One thing for sure, the seafood here is fresh. Anyhow, the restaurant is always packed with customers. If you plan to come here, drop them a call for booking. If you are a big fan of teppanyaki, you can visit Kazoku-Ai but remember to bring more money.
Kedai Makanan Ah Loy in Taman Overseas Union has been around for the past 10 years and it is famous for its home-cooked food, especially the Curry Laksa.
stevenycs posted craving4food.blogspot.com 281 Reviews
The placed also served economy noodles and chee cheong fun. The place will mostly be packed during lunch hour. It's air conditioned thank god. So do drop by this place and try it out if you like curry noodle.
chryshijing posted chryshijing.blogspot.com.au 55 ReviewsSuperb
I really liked the mainly white and simple interior of the place. The waitstaff who served us was probably a newbie, as she was quite unsure of the ingredients that made up the dishes we ordered. Otherwise, I really enjoyed the food we ordered and would not hesitate to recommend this place to all my health-freak family and friends.
summerkid posted www.malaysianflavours.com 534 Reviews
Summergirl tried out pan mee soup from one of the stalls in Sun Sea, which fares equally good. Springy noodles laid in a bowl of clear soup, topped with crispy deep fried anchovies, mince meat, sliced black fungus and vegetables. Heard that Sun Sea Restaurant serves good Penang Curry Mee too, will check out next time.