El Cerdo which means “the pig” in Spanish, specialises in porcine delights.
It is not the best suckling pig but this is acceptable. Unfortunately, we were quite wrong for ordering this because we have no chance to try other awesome foods like ribs and sausages because this portion is too much for 2.
The restaurant previously do space sharing with Nam Heong Chicken Rice at night. Now they operates in an air-conditioned shoplot. At 3am, Seng Kee was packed with customers, no wonder they are willing to open until so late.
The texture is smooth and Q as the raw egg are mixed together and cover the first layer of the rice noodles. It can just slipped through the chopsticks.
The stall is famous for its Mi Rebus and run by a pair of elderly couple. Pakcik does all the cooking, whilst his wife will add on the condiments and sauce.
Tauhu Goreng dia...Kuah kacang dia, Masya Allah, sedap gila beb. RATE 4.4/5
The stall is famous for nasi lemak with the sambal which makes their nasi lemak different from others
Taste:2/5 Service:3/5 Ambience:2/5 (biasa la tepi jalan) Cleanliness:3/5 Value:1/5 (hmmm...agak tak berbaloi lah, saya makan pun tak habis)
The restaurant has many stalls however the beef noodles is the famous among others
Have your favourite noodles type with the most delicious long-boiled soup based, you couldn't taste it anywhere else but Lai Foong Kopitiam.
The restaurant is famous for its fish head noodle. The original Woo Pin is located and still is in Cheras however the Taman Desa outlet is much more comfortable to dine in.
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The soup and the noodles I consider the BEST among others fish head noodles i ate in Kuala Lumpur. Rich milky, not a taste of heavy MSG(food additive ), The Noodles(Rice Vermicelli) smooth and non sticky despite the soup burning hot.
There is a famous stall in the Imbi market serving hainanese tea and toast bread with all the red tables.
Love the variety, quality and affordability of the food here, and being beside a market added a certain charm to it. My favorite is the Hainan Tea, Wantan Mee and Popiah :)
De Foodland is basically a seafood restaurant specialising in crabs.They are mainstreaming on crabs but they do have cool seafood and non-seafood as well. Famous with its 31 styles of crab dishes, both shop lots are filled with patrons licking the sauces off their fingers.
This place serves one of the best roast pork in klang valley. The stall owner roast the pork behind the shop so its guaranteed fresh and oven hot. The roast pork here actually melts in your mouth. The skin is certainly crispy
hAppYHapPy posted tailim.blogspot.com 740 Reviews
I would prefer the roasted meat in lieu of the Char Siew, anything crispy and aromatic can easily aroused me.....
One of the oldest coffee shop in KL. This is a good place for breakfast and lunch or brunch. The food served are tasty and service is fast.
One of the most popular places in KL for beef noodles.
The tender slices of beef and bouncy meatballs taste so awesome! Damn syiok ar! Even this is my first attempt on beef noodles! 8 out of 10 I rate for this! ~ seriously recommended ~ ♥
The restaurant usually jam packed with people during peak hours. This outlet has good service and food quality.
Spaghetti Chicken - sliced chicken breast on spaghetti with Chili's homemade seasoned tomato sauce. My initial reaction was that it looked so delicious that I could easily devour the whole thing.
Yu Ai's tawny curry is deep and complex, with layers of warm spices like cinammon and cloves and ground coriander, a hint of sweetness from the coconut milk, and a hit of chili that sneaks up from the back of your tongue after about the fifth spoonful.
Firstly, it is not as good as it used to be... Secondly, is getting more and more expensive!!! Overall Rating - 3/5
Traditional korean dining, it normally entails sitting on the floor and eating off a small table
Overall the food does not taste spicy as it seen!! The price is slightly higher than Dao rea. Their BBQ meat taste pure maybe we did not order spicy one Do try their wine meat it taste good!!
The restaurant has become a tourist spot.
Eaten here quite a few times during office hour lunch quite a few times about 10 years back, and I would say it is a delightful experience. Nowadays it seems this place is overrun by tourist, not sure it the quality of the food manage to hold up.
The coffee shop was packed out and at least one customer at every table (and quite often the entire table) was waiting for a plate of Wang's workmanship. The backlog was about 40 minutes. It is behind Hock Lee Supermarket.
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Well, I am still in search for good Char Koay Teow in Klang Valley, please hit me at the comment area.
Ah Koong specializes in things fishy. The fish porridge is a wonderful, soul-satisfying dish, the simplest of elements (rice, water or broth, and a few other ingredients) elevated to heavenly heights. The fish cake is very tasty and springy.
Apparently, they're really famous for the prawn cakes but we never get to eat them in the evenings because it is always sold out by then.
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.
Don't expect great service at Kin Kin. Focus on the food. It's that good. Why else would we go twice on 2 separate days?
Good food and amazing drinks. A vast varieties of pizzas, pastas and risottos. And they are generous with the free-flowing spirits, frequently topping up drinks. A multi-level Ristorante Italiano with stone Terazza,with two-level dining outlet overlooks their 'open kitchen' that houses a wood fired pizza oven, pasta counter and rotisserei.
I would say it was a very satisfying lunch when you consider that we paid half price for everything, with our Starwood Privilege card.
EEST is a Pan Asian restaurant featuring five distinct Asian cuisines - Japanese, Vietnamese, Chinese, Thai and Malay with a modern and innovative twist.
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.
A nice cafe serving a vast variety of food for buffet lunch.A few sections catering for different cuisines.. like continental, italian, chinese, malay, indian and a big corner just for dessert itself.
The variety and freshness is great, especially dessert with some cheese selection, with a chocolate fondue, and the price is the standard high-priced buffet around KL (RM 90++, and 50% discount if you are a shangri-la member)
Sungai Besi Wan Tan Mee is recommended for their Char Siew and Wild Boar Curry alone.
Pas De Nom posted chillout-soulout-freakout.blogspot.com 468 ReviewsBad
I understand more later that they have other foods which are their selling point such as Yong Tau Foo, braised pork knuckles, chicken leg and many more (cannot remember that much). In my opinion, if you can't even get your signature dish right, I do not think the side dishes will be that impressive either. Their services are even worse. They are pretty arrogant as if their food are the best in the world. I hate a person not looking at you when he/she is talking.
Very fine porridge texture and has a sweetened taste. Fish porridge - the fish used are very fine sliced of raw fish which will be cook once you dip it or pour it in the “boiling” porridge. Pork intestine porridge - ask for additional minced pork balls or deep fry intestine! Chicken porridge - steamed chicken with oyster sauce (ask for more gravy so that u can mix it in the porridge) If possible, get a seat near to the stall as this can get you served earlier.
samantha sum posted tummyparadiseland.wordpress.com 35 ReviewsExceptional
Loa Yau Kee Porridge. Only operate at night. Morning the stall will be selling famus beef noodle. I like their white porridge very much. Its tasty and smooth. Plus their serve the ingredient separately. If you ask for fish porridge, you will get 1 plate of raw fish slices. The best part is cheap. RM5~6 only