Restaurants in Bangsar Village II (Bangsar Village 2) – 25 Restaurants
The interior design in Paradise Dynasty, Bangsar Village II deserves special mention because a lot of thought has obviously gone into it.
summerkid posted www.malaysianflavours.com 568 Reviews
Many customers that patronize Paradise Dynasty Bangsar Village II comprise of families asides from office crowds, hence the restaurant has come up with more variety of ala-carte dishes, seeing that Chinese always has the practice of sharing sumptuous delicacies together over round table.
Senjyu which means ‘eternity of life’ was established since 2008 with its first outlet located at e@Curve (this branch was closed down: latest update on January 2015) and the second outlet at Bangsar Village II.
Duckie posted duckies-food-blog.blogspot.com 304 Reviews
Needed a sushi fix and the nearest place I could get to at that point in time was Senjyu at Bangsar Village.
I'll give it a 3***rating. Ambiance wise a 4***. Good place to recommend for a meet up with friends as you can sit and chat comfortably.
Pas De Nom posted chillout-soulout-freakout.blogspot.com 471 Reviews
Overall: 3/5 - This is a thick carbornara version which is not really my type of taste. However, it was not that bad.
It is located inside the Village Grocer supermarket.
Worth a try for the main dishes but not the dessert. May try Duck Fit spaghetti (if not mistakenly) if you like sthg special and like pasta. Have latte and chocolate cappuccino as our drink, nothing to surprise of. A bit disappointed about the desserts - we ordered strawberry cheesecake and carrot cake. Both are below the expectation for a price range of RM14.90. I think Secret Recipe would be much more better. The environment is comfortable, like it! Good if the desserts can improve so that those girls like us can hang out there for tea and chat in such a comfortable environment.
One of the branch of Sakae Sushi located in Bangsar Village II, which is suitable for lunch among the workers around the area as well as family too. This kaiten sushi chain restaurant was originated from Singapore, it was said that they offer Japanese food at a reasonable price.
wenching_86 posted www.eatonlylar.com 208 Reviews
They served a large variety of food, we wanted to try out their different food.
YouHadYourLunch posted youhadyourlunch.blogspot.com 208 Reviews
These were all our stomachs could handle over lunch, but there is so much more to be tasted: pizzas, pastas, the various Pakistani dishes, Malaysian ‘nasi’ plates, noodles, salads; there is even a great kids menu with all the usual fish fingers, pizzas, and pasta choices to keep small eaters happy.
neko1712 posted neko-no-hime.blogspot.com 145 Reviews
Service wise, the place is excellent, the waiter(s) were attentive and kept refilling our cups ( well we were there for at least 3 hours ). Price wise, this place is also not bad, luckily they did not charge me an arm or leg otherwise i would have fainted like the white rabbit.