Restaurants in Klang (Kelang) – 248 Restaurants
Other than the famous butter mantis prawn and steamed lala with superior stock, Boston Baru is famous for their nestum mantis prawn and hokkien noodles as well.
jkdrooling posted jkdrooling.blogspot.com 14 ReviewsExceptional
The name Boston is never new or foreign to Klang folks, even among several places beyond the Klang boundary. It has also become a universally known Chinese restaurant where you have to wait damn LONG for the food to be served. However, surprisingly, the crowd is always notable and amazingly, people are willing to sacrifice their time and energy waiting for it. Steamed Lala is one of the signature dishes in Boston, generally a must-order there. The average-sized clams are steamed along with abundant of ginger, pepper, cili padi (known also as bird's eye chili pepper) and some Chinese liquor. Then it is topped with fried garlic which provided an aromatic twist to it. The clams are cooked just right and the soup is truly divine! It has to be eaten while hot and be prepared to spice up your buds. I think Boston's chefs are really skillful as the clams cannot be overly cooked, otherwise they would shrink and harden.
Klang is the popular destination among diners in the Klang Valley when they fancy having Bak Kut Teh. Among these popular Bak Kut Teh restaurants is one located under the Klang bridge. One of the pioneer in selling bak kut teh in Malaysia.
Still one of my fav to go for bah kut teh in klang...
The Shepherdoo Restaurant which serves pocket-friendly Latin American food. The FIRST Garden Concept Restaurant & Lounge in Klang valley. Suitable for family with kids to dine in, a place for couples to date and friends to hang out. Not forgeting the unic cocktails, illy blended coffee, draught tiger and guinness beers with the FIRST to serve draught HEINEKEN and KILKENNY beer.
summerkid posted summerkid123.blogspot.com 235 Reviews
Using dominant white colour for walls, the restaurant is cozy and homey, allowing you to sit back comfortably while having your meals.
Go along the main road of Port Klang, drive slowly after KFC, you will see a road side stall just opposite EconJaya Supermarket
lushia posted iloveyummyfood.com 89 Reviews
The glutinous rice balls come with ginger syrup. Texture of the glutionus rice balls are springy and chewy and the amount of sesame filling is generous.
Environment - Air conditioned, can sit about 100 pax, dinner times are crowded on weekends. Order time is about 10 min when empty and 1 hour when crowded Most of their food are good, i come here few times yearly, as its a bit far away from my house, otherwise i would come frequently Their specialty noodle - shu fan kan (yam/tapioca) noodles (picture above by lotsofcravings) You wont find many places that serves this and even if they do, the quality is so-so Here the noodles are stir fried on high heat and are cooked just right, chewy, a little greasy (otherwise it sticks) Overall here the food is only 'slightly' salty but it goes great with rice. If you're ordering noodles with dishes then you 'may' just feel it Their steam fish are also cooked very well and are fresh (swimming from the tank) They have maintained their food quality well over the past 10 years i have been patroning this place. :) Location may be a bit off for those not familiar
I really enjoy the pumpkin bread from lavender. The bread was not too hard and the pumpkin filling was not sweet. My only feedback to lavender was the services at cashier counter. Though the customer queue was long the cashier may felt overwhelmed and grouchy.
Sherlynk posted ijustwanaeat.blogspot.com 219 Reviews
The overall dim sum here is good - the steamed stuff that we ordered were the prawn dumplings which comes with big chunks of prawns, char siu pau with deliciously marinated meat, siu mai which is big enough, and with big chunks of prawn and pork, and as for the porridge, it tasted so so.