Restaurants in SS2 (Ss 2, Jalan Ss2, Jalan Ss 2) – 317 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.
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?
THEY promotes several dining environment, a romantic atmosphere for two in the skillful handmade underground cave. Giving you a surprise of creative artistic design from ancient stone age. THEY also catered for event, party and function through phone booking.
The coffee is nice and I love the BCGT premium chocolate cake. Yet to try their pastas and breakfast. The interior is more on modern minimalist design. The big tree design near the bar counter attracted my attention.
So book early to avoid disappointment and it would be best that you place an order on the dishes that you want as well.
low.b.leong posted foodbin.blogspot.com 474 Reviews
The surprise of the night which was not on it's menu was deep fried fish paste stuffed Tofu with a generous topping of pineapple sauce + Thai red chillies/garlic sauce and pickled ginger on it's side.
While parking is relatively easy, you still need to get there early. We were there at about 7 but by 8 pm, the place was full and people were waiting for tables. Wang Chiew is just a REALLY YUMMY eatery ... 'Tai Chow' type place in a clean air conditioned environment
ojsiew posted ojsiew.blogspot.com 633 Reviews
Some of the favourites are, "kat chai suen mui "(lime and sour plum juice), "yin yeong" (mixed cantonese fried), fried rice and yee mee.