Restaurants in Ampang – 117 Restaurants
email2me posted www.foodpoi.com 675 Reviews
No one can rival them in prepare authentic Thai desserts. Most of them were prepared upon order and if possible, they prefer to use all Thai authentic ingredients. This will maintain the original taste of the dessert without being spoiled on its taste due to using localized ingredients.
Rustic, simple ambience, fairly fresh seafood, decent prices
Pohkemon posted pohkemonfooddiary.blogspot.com 158 ReviewsExceptional
Do you like Thai style BBQ seafood which is hot and spicy? If yes, then this is the right place for you. Nong and Jimmy Thai Seafood BBQ is located at a humble housing area at Taman Cahaya, Ampang. The roadside stall not well decorate but the food serve here is really a thumb up even a lot claim they already not as good as last time.
Authentic temptations from Laos, Cambodia and Vietnam beckon. From subtle, delicately flavoured delights to distinctive dishes unique to their country of origin, you’ll find dishes created by the royal family and those authentically from the humble homes of farmers. Prepared by award-winning Chef Somkhuan Wandee and presented in a fine-dining style, our serving style hence carries an interesting fusion of traditional cuisine and modern dining. The ambience is simply enchanting. Tamarind Springs is in a time and place of its very own.
TheYumList posted theyumlist.blogspot.com 432 Reviews
Reason to visit: gorgeous tropical forest setting; Indo-Chine cuisine that can be adapted in spice level to suit an uninitiated palate; excellent drink menu
Cheryl Chan Photography posted www.cherylchanphotography.com 81 ReviewsSuperb
B station, a restaurant branding that once had 4 outlets is now focusing on the one and only at Ampang Korean Town in better control of quality and consistency. Amid other traditional Korean restaurants that serve BBQ, B station creates its own exclusive line of fusion and MSG-free healthy food. Teriyaki Chicken Hotdog RM12.50 An illustration on the wall that explained everything. For someone as particular as John, he makes sure he knows all the ingredients in producing the food. The best way to do this is perhaps to home-made everything, from bread to sausages. Yes, sausages of no chemicals, halal made only from chicken breast along with other herbs and spices. Soft home-made bread sliced open and in you go home-made sausages, top with generous (almost overflowing) amount of teriyaki chicken and onions, zigzagged with mustard sauce, then slit in few pieces of fresh cucumber and tomatoes at the sides. One cannot eat like a lady but with mouth wide open and chew on those different textures by this teriyaki chicken hotdog. I heard this is one of the bestseller and I’m not surprised.
The chicken here is steamed and unlike some places where you'll get a chicken with a thick layer of skin & fat, Loke Yun uses very 'healthy' chicken. The layer of skin is very thin & the fat almost non existent. So health conscious diners will find this appealling.
Motormouth posted www.j2kfm.com 519 Reviews
I’d say. To me, Loke Yun projects a very positive image; serving good old Hainanese style of chicken rice in Ampang without compromising on the quality and portions, or falling prey to the lure of commercialization which leads to dilution of quality/values inevitably.