Restaurants in SS2 (Ss 2, Jalan SS2/6, Jalan SS 2/72) – 251 Restaurants
Mamak restaurant with a great varieties of roti, steamy hot delicious nasi lemak.
This is the "King of all Mamak"; crowded with people during supper time, filled with guiltily delicious food and plenty of variety. Fairly quick service, but there might be some problem getting hold of the busy waiters.posted
Wide variety of chinese food. Well known for its extremely fast service. New Paris has moved to a proper building and has established itself as one of the fastest food serving restaurants in town. Very fast and efficient service. From order placement to food serve time will take only 10 minutes. All foods are reasonably priced.
Free "Valet" Parking (the staff will assist you to find a spot), Quick Serving, Taste Good with Reasonable Price, what more could I ask for?posted
I liked the yummy noodles with well-made Char Siew pork (bbq pork). The pork tries to maintain a 50-50 balance between fat and meat. (and it used to have a crisp skin). Most wanton noodles in Malaysia do not use sesame oil which might be preferred by others Asians especially people from Hong Kong. But this one uses pork lard with crispy bits of pork crackle to mix with the noodles.posted wenywonderswhy.blogspot.com.au 21 Reviews
Ah Tuan Ee's Place is a warm and welcoming homely restaurant, a place to rekindle your tastebuds with flavours of homecooked food. Serving authentic Nyonya cuisine in SS2 just next to the New Paris Restaurant, the place was small which gave a warm homely feeling to it. A quiet secluded restaurant with limited seats available.posted www.malaysiacuisine.com 88 Reviews
The place has a very homey feel catering to an older crowd. And that's reflected even in the live music with music from the 50s & 60s. Live music in a nyonya restaurant with the singer belting evergreens from Cliff Richards & Elvis - not bad. So I guess part of the reason why the place is packed is that people come here for the music as well.
Actually I find this restaurant can almost compete with restaurant at Malacca such as Nyonya Makko but I believe there are plenty of room for improvement. I will try Restoran Nyonya next time when my "Nyonya" mood returns. Parking is ample here and their wi-fi too.posted chillout-soulout-freakout.blogspot.com 180 Reviews
Lately I keep hear people talk about Sarawak Laksa. As usual, my curiosity about food is very high, so I search for a good one to try and my final decission to try my first bowl of Sarawak Laksa at Restoran Hock Thai SS2 which is near to my office. Located behind the SK Taman Sea, it is the only shop row in the middle of housing area. Not hard to find if you familiar with SS2. Restoran Hock Thai is always full house during lunch break and the shop is also very hot!!posted pohkemonfooddiary.blogspot.com 126 Reviews
This is the only restaurant in the PJ area that serves a wide range of genuine Taiwanese food, many dishes of which are of Hokkien and Teochew origin. Lee Weng Eng, the chef and owner of this restaurant managed this Taiwanese food restaurant for 28 years. Already operate for more than 28 years. The lady boss is a Taiwanese which create all these recipes. All the foods served are very tasty and fresh.
I love the comfort food and home made feeling that the food here exudes.posted fatboyrecipes.blogspot.com 196 Reviews
They have been around for at least 10 years now. Parking is actually a breeze here.
Nyonya Restaurant serve Authentic Nyonya cuisine has always been my favourite because I love a fusion of Chinese and Malay cooking. Located at the seclude area of SS2, Restaurant Nyonya still have the capability to create the crowd with their simple and nice dishposted pohkemonfooddiary.blogspot.com 126 Reviews