Restaurants in Happy Mansion – 11 Restaurants
The Thai restaurant was dimly lit and along with pretty candles that created an idealistic and dreamy atmosphere, we find it romantic :) Suitable for an evening party catered for conversations! Tables were adorned with daisies and glasses wrapped up beautifully with banana leafs. Elephant icons such as paintings and toys were also found smartening up the place. They only serve set lunch for lunch time and ala carte only for dinner.
PureGlutton posted pureglutton.com 129 Reviews
I couldn’t resist the Plah Nung Manow (RM58), a steamed whole seabass doused with My Elephant’s signature chilli, garlic and lime dressing. The flavours were enticingly sharp and incredibly appetising.
it’s somewhat cozy yet stylish restaurant.The menu is gorgeous, with very deliciously shot images of their dishes.I guess Tapas must be one of their speciality here since there’s quite a range of it, from Lamb Meatball to Thai Chicken with Pumpkin There are monthly promotions plus special discounts for students and senior citizens.
cecilia_qianqian posted misscawaii.blogspot.com 56 ReviewsSuperb
The tagline of Food Foundry is "Your Neighborhood Food Provider". They are serving wide variety of food to patrons in their menu in both Western and Asian. I love the mile crepes where is not too creamy and less sweet. Go to the site to read more.
Butter + Beans @ Seventeen is the new cosy home for coffee made from exquisite beans and buttery pastries. Delight your sense with affordable yet rich coffee available at one of the cosiest corner of Section 17. We also offer freshly baked pastries made with no preservatives and additives, so you can enjoy a bit of butter and not worry about it!
malaysiacuisine.com posted www.malaysiacuisine.com 117 ReviewsExceptional
Just before heading off to Singapore, I stopped by a cafe for a tea break session. Butter + Beans at Seventeen is a trending place in PJ if you want to experience good pastries and exquisite coffees.
The restaurant is very well known at Seksyen 17, Petaling Jaya for its nasi lemak and steaks. It has been operating since 1992 (i guess) near the road side and now they have move to those shop below the flats.
Nasi lemak...chinese style...with very nice malaysian style chops too
stevenycs posted craving4food.blogspot.com 281 Reviews
The place also have free WiFi if you wanted to surf the net while having your lunch or while chilling out with your friends. Other than western food they also serve local Asian foods like Fried Rice, Tom Yam Soup and fried noodles. I will be back again to try out their home made beef burger which I saw was really juicy and delicious.