Western Restaurants in 1 Utama (One Utama) Shopping Centre (One Utama Shopping Mall, One Utama, 1 Utama Shopping Centre, One Utama Shopping Centre, 1 Utama, 1 Utama Shopping Center) – 62 Restaurants
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Tea is served in this tea salon with a French flair. Right after entering the salon, you will be tempted with gourmet chocolates, teas, French macarons, and many more sweet delicacies at the counter. And you’ll be in awe with their tea boutique that features at least 100 types of loose teas, colourful tea canisters adorning the whole area, gift sets that would itch your heart to buy ‘cos they are just too pretty & also different types of tea pots!
The relaxed cool atmosphere with wide selection of food which include light teatime snack, a local dish or breakfast set, etc
Constance Ant posted constance-ant.com 125 Reviews
I enjoyed the juicy slab of beef even though i’m not really a beef person and i kept helping myself with the earthy mushroom.
Nana’s Green Tea Café; a brand which had made a debut in Mid Valley had made their second outlet in 1 Utama. The famous brand brings you with the more delicious items and not just that, they have more sitting place here compared to Mid Valley.
vkeong posted www.vkeong.com 857 Reviews
Overall I was neither impressed nor disappointed by Nana’s Green Tea.
They have a wide variety of specialty burgers that you don't get from McDonalds. They may be similar to Burger King but they have better burgers and Burger King has better fries.
taufulou posted www.taufulou.com 672 Reviews
Cannot deny that Carl’s Jr serve really good burger as I love how well they grill there, with moisture at the end and tender yet flavorful.
Surprisingly this place was popular with its pork ribs. They have so many kinds like baby back ribs, pork belly, pork knuckle and etc. Aside the ribs, they even had pastas, lasagnas, seafood platters and more.
spicysharon posted spicysharon.blogspot.com 315 Reviews
Overall Rating: 7.5/10 for the food and atmosphere and not to mention being strategically located inside 1 Utama. The bill came up to approximately Rm250 for 5 of us, slightly on the higher side but somewhat justified.
Dave's Bistro Bar & Grill first opened its doors 10 years ago with a philosophy to create beautiful food with passion, integrity and synergizing our Asian roots with traditional French and Italian techniques. We also have an English/ French styled bar with a lush green garden filled alfresco area for customers to kick back and relax; a haven from the hustle and bustle of a shopping mall. We serve a variety of pizzas, pastas, pork offerings and most notably The World’s Best Sandwich. While much is often made of ambiance and style, we believe our food speaks for itself. So come to eat, drink, dance and indulge.
babylightning posted www.dishwithvivien.com 546 Reviews
Overall, a nice place to go for pork dishes, the nacho is really value for money as it is cheesy and big portion, siew yuk is must order.
Italiannies is very well decorated, very italian, complete with plaster walls etched with wise words such as “Eat Well, Live Long … and wooden panels, dimmed lightings and whispering waiters.The spaghetti … PERFETTO perfectly boiled.
stevenycs posted craving4food.blogspot.com 281 Reviews
Lunch wasn't as good as we expect it would be. I think we would get something better at Pizza Ria at SS2 with the price we're paying. And definitely the soup would be better. But the environment here is better though. Hopefully their dinner sets are better than this.
It's a very fresh concept. I liked it very much. The ambiance is cosy and warm. The menu is extensive from pasta to desserts and the beverages all looked so yummy. I would definitely come back again but then again the price is not that cheap enough to be coming back once a week! Nice environment, reasonable priced and quality foods. Wide variety of desserts. A restaurant by Rakuzen Japanese Food Chain.
goldfries posted www.buurps.com 138 Reviews
The food is great and I’m sure I’ll be paying them a visit again (of which I did but they were closing) but I am still unable to fathom why people would queue up just to dine at Pasta Zanmai outlets.