Restaurants in Ampang – 119 Restaurants
Cheryl Chan Photography posted www.cherylchanphotography.com 81 ReviewsExceptional
Sizzling Saga Combo Beef 傻瓜山铁板大虾牛扒 (RM28.80 Argentina) Argentina beef steak and 2 cheese-slice-covered big prawns on top of zigzag french fries and raw romaine lettuce. Drizzled with Suyvon's recommended Mongolia sauce out of 4 others: Garlic, BBQ, Black Pepper and Mushroom. They may want to consider the heat of sizzling plate for steak doneness as Daniel's choice of medium had turned into well done, though not to the extent of shoes leather. Carbonara Pasta 芝士奶油意粉 RM15.80 Spaghetti topped with processed crabsticks, canned button mushrooms, prawns, squids, mussel and romaine lettuce. I would say that this was a plate of catastrophe for carbonara lover. Instead of the typical creamy carbonara sauce, they offered chinese style sweet creamy butter sauce, sort of like 奶油鸡. It wasn't inviting at all with the cheapskate canned mushrooms and processed crabstick. (Don't get me wrong, they can be very tasty in mushroom soup and Subway seafood&crab but not here and not in this way.) It became my worst nightmare with the taste of Carnation condensed milk down my throat. I beg you, avoid this at all cost!
YouHadYourLunch posted youhadyourlunch.blogspot.com 208 Reviews
Damas Sweets has been occupying its small shop lot in the shade of Ampang Point for years, serving the Arabian community – and any other nationalities who have made the fortunate discovery – with sweet treats for gifts or personal tea-time indulgence.
Pas De Nom posted chillout-soulout-freakout.blogspot.com 447 ReviewsExceptional
Japanese Cuisine is more concern on their freshness of their seafood while Korean restaurant is very depending to their own special recipe in their marinating sauce. As for this restaurant, they really do put a lot of effort in it. That is also why they always has a consistent crowd.