Restaurants in Jalan Ampang – 139 Restaurants
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DISAPPOINTED,12/11/2012 .We go to Victoria station -jalan ampang to have dinner with my wife .No body serve u to get the table.You need get it yourself,like low class food stall . Lobster soup ,,,,,oh shit nothing special,stated ,main course ........;-(.
Their wood-fired pizza oven is always in demand, and their lovely weekend lunches are very popular with families. And during weekend nights, their acclaimed programme of jazz performances showcases internationally renowned musicians and local legends, earning rave reviews and drawing wildly enthusiastic crowds.
Pas De Nom posted chillout-soulout-freakout.blogspot.com 183 ReviewsExceptional
Overall, this restaurant will be a place I will dine and hangout frequently from now on because of their live performance. Okay...okay...I know...I know...I gotta admit that actually I will be back for their Irish Fresh Oyster.
LoveEatShop94 posted loveeatshop94.blogspot.com 24 ReviewsSuperb
It is definitely a recommended place to enjoy a cupcake after a hectic day. Cupcake Chic is just located in Avenue K!! They do sell cupcakes and macarons at there. I heard that there are 24 flavors of cupcakes at their store. However, it has different flavors of cupcakes for different days. So, I bought different flavors of cupcakes.
The cows are beer and sake fed plus staying in a very nice environment to get the best quality meats. The wagyu beefs are imported from Japan and each piece gives you the most perfect portion you can get from a cow which is the belly.
This has to be the worst ever restaurant that I've visited. Staff was extremely rude, dishes were not served, there are 2 most expensive items on the menu that weren't served, the manager couldn't care less, plates were all over, sashimi not fresh, items were not served correctly, orders were not taken, and worst of all, staff does not care if you are served or not. All of them pulled a very long face and is unwilling to do anything more than stand around, check their phones and wait for time to pass. Even the grills - They don't give you oil or any form of fat to oil the grill. You're left with nothing but a dry grill. Maybe that could be an open-faced grill oven. Staff is also hesitant to change it for you. Ask for your change, and they pull a stupid face on you. And yes, they are mostly Filipinos. As someone who has been in the kitchen for 4 years, 2 in front service, this is considered the lowest of the lowest form of service. Horrible experience. Would not recommend anyone to go there.
Nestled above The Pool is Kyoto Lab, a Japanese restaurant that will surely tantalize one’s tastebud with recreations of original Japanese favourites. It is traditional Japanese fare with a nouveau twist like no other.
suyee posted su-yee.blogspot.com 402 Reviews
recomended beef with asparagus. awesome and juicy. asparagus is just super crunchy. also recomended is salmon trout top with chilli flakes.
YouHadYourLunch posted youhadyourlunch.blogspot.com 208 Reviews
This is a serious improvement to the previously tired lobby lounge, and worth a visit, day or night. Make sure you leave via the Gourmet Counter, though, where cakes and macaroons glint temptingly and hampers can be created to sort out a special gift.
The dim sum took a bit of time coming, which they attribute to the fact that every plate of dim sum is individually steamed. This Tai Thong restaurant called Royal China Restaurant situated next to Ampang Park building along Jalan Ampang.
liyenz posted liyenz.wordpress.com 49 ReviewsExceptional
Attracted by its discounts offer for dim sum during weekdays and weekends, my aunt and myself headed to one of the Royal China restaurants. The branch that we went to was located along Jalan Bukit Bintang, Kuala Lumpur. It is still worthy to go to this restaurant to try their dim sum even if there is no weekdays or weekends offer because their pricing is reasonable and the food portion is generous enough.