Restaurants in Jalan Besar – 33 Restaurants
nikelkhor posted www.nikelkhor.com 486 Reviews
The restaurant is owned by a Taiwanese, the main selling point is the authentic Taiwanese style steamboat. To retain its uniqueness and to ensure quality is well-controlled, Guo Ma has only one shop in Kulai, without any other branches.During weekends, while people are still coming from all around Johor. The restaurant is super crowded with diners, thus phone reservation is a MUST to secure a seat.
carene19 posted lovewinter19.blogspot.com 90 ReviewsSuperb
The duck thigh noodles in a larger portion was served in short period once we are seated. The herbal broth was very fragrant and rich with ingredients such as dried longan, wolf berries and of course the bigger duck thigh. The tender duck thigh meat was flavorful with a strong herb taste.I opine that the duck thigh noodles here was more scrumptious than the one I ate at Pun Chun Restaurant.
The chicken here is steamed and unlike some places where you'll get a chicken with a thick layer of skin & fat, Loke Yun uses very 'healthy' chicken. The layer of skin is very thin & the fat almost non existent. So health conscious diners will find this appealling.
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It is no wonder people are still flocking to this place even after so many years. Loke Yun Chicken Rice has definitely lived up to its high standard that its founder, Mr. Pang Gui had passed on to the current generation.
Some of the other dishes we've ordered. Patin fish for RM95.40, Paku Vegetables for RM16.90. Paku Pakis seems to be very popular in Sungkai. It's difficult to get in Klang Valley and even if you do, it's not cheap. Anyhow, I would not recommend this place in Sungkai - the seafood aren't particularly fresh. The Patin fish tasted funny. Also, we ordered Paku Pakis with no sambal and it's not meant to go without sambal. Choy Kee is surprisingly not very cheap - it's just slightly cheaper than Klang Valley's regular prices. Perhaps it is one of the only Chinese restaurants in the area which allows them to mark food prices up. A restaurant in a small town is usually not that pricey.
Hock Choon Kee claimed that they are the founder of lor mee and the home made noodle definitely the attracting point!
mimid3vils posted www.choiyen.com 419 Reviews
Go to Ulu Yam and not trying the famous lor mee would be sacrilegious, so before heading to Hutan Lipur Sungai Sendat, we stopped by Hock Choon Kee Coffee Shop & Restaurant for lunch.