Restaurants in Jalan 4 – 17 Restaurants
Our homemade patties are twice as big and thick as the regular patties in the market. We also use fresh meat to make the patties daily. To ensure the freshness of our burgers, we grill patties that were made a couple of hours before and they are not kept for more than a day. Each burger should only take a minute and 25 seconds to make.
woovivian posted www.vi-vian.com 16 ReviewsSuperb
Be prepared for long queues but surely that must be a good sign for good food :)
Price reasonable, serving time is moderate, good and quiet environment.
I just visited quan ice cream at desa pandan,the one near raintree club.i walked in and all i could smell was cigarette smoke.i doubt myself at first as i saw many signs that says no smoking.after eating and paying for my ice cream,i couldnt believe my eyes.a whole bunch of malay guys were smoking in the restaurant.the waiters were ignoring the scene.i will not come back again,i dont want to taste tobacco cancer ice cream.please train your waiter in making the customers follow the restaurant rules,unless there arent any rules then i suggest u to remove those signs.i went home smelling like ive been to a pub,when all i did was go to an ice cream place.
chryshijing posted chryshijing.blogspot.com.au 55 ReviewsExceptional
Yee Kee Porridge Restaurant had humble beginnings. They had a small stall with just two tables and a few stools at the then Pasar Besar Seri Kembangan. They have been known to locals for the past 75 years and as you would have guessed from its name, it is a family business.
In operation since 2006, Uncle Chong’s Kitchen is a specialist in pork-free local delights, such as Curry Laksa, Asam Laksa, Nasi Lemak and Chicken Rice. The dishes are prepared using closely guarded family recipes that have been passed down for generations.
summerkid posted www.malaysianflavours.com 568 Reviews
Started in the year of 2006, Uncle Chong’s Kitchen is a cozy, homey place serving the taste of home.