Restaurants in Jalan Batai – 9 Restaurants
Peter Pandan (RM23) The pancakes are very fluffy, the American style, topped with a scoop of ice cream, some local fruits and syrup. I love pancakes especially fluffy ones - this plate certainly did not fail.
Sitka is a restaurant in Damansara Heights, situated in the west of Kuala Lumpur and set in the 30-year-old shop lots of Jalan Batai. This intimate, 40-seat neighbourhood eatery is our interpretation of a modern restaurant, giving a nod to the food scene of Copenhagen, Barcelona and London.
Reasons to visit: My personal favorites were the Tuna Tataki, Minced Lamb Chinese Bing, and don’t miss the Chocolate Cremeux.
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Overall Rating: 8/10. Our verdict was unanimous - the Peter Pandan was our favorite. It reminded me of the pandan layer cake that I used to reveled in during my childhood years - in fact I still do. The chocolate pancake was equally delectable, though it could get a tad cloying if not shared.
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Ben’s Independent Grocer (B.I.G.) – Malaysia’s pioneer in premium grocery shopping, has opened its doors at Plaza Batai. “Little Big”, as it is fondly known, will add a new lively and interactive shopping experience to the Damansara Heights and neighbouring communities.
The coffee shop was packed out and at least one customer at every table (and quite often the entire table) was waiting for a plate of Wang's workmanship. The backlog was about 40 minutes. It is behind Hock Lee Supermarket.
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Well, I am still in search for good Char Koay Teow in Klang Valley, please hit me at the comment area.