Restaurants in Klang (Kelang) – 304 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.
Melinda postedSo so
Different people, different taste,it's just normal not special. The kam heong clam is too much curry powder.
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...
After about an hour drive from KL will arrive at Coconut Flower. This place is definitely good for fresh seafood.
malaysiacuisine.com posted www.malaysiacuisine.com 127 Reviews
Overall, this place may seems to be worth a visit as it is a good place for cheap yet quality seafood and it is not so far away from the city.
Good food with reasonable price and clean enviroment.
Interestingly decorated place, sort of like a kampung house with lots of woven textiles ... The food was rather good too!
Authentic malay variety, somewhat higher than average malay food Average of RM30-50 for 2 pax dinner set I love their Warisan Cendol, Nasi Goreng Kampung, Pulut Ikan Masin, bubur kacang Those are the old school food i miss :) Their setup also includes some kampung style 'pondok' and wooden decor Service wise, about 15 minutes wait for food if restaurant is half filled. Not too bad
Go along the main road of Port Klang, drive slowly after KFC, you will see a road side stall just opposite EconJaya Supermarket
small kucing posted www.smallkucing.com 554 Reviews
According to Mamarazzi, she had not enjoyed that Hokkien mee coz not much ingredient in it. Probably coz it's near end of day la not much of ingredients left.
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