Restaurants in Jalan Hang Kasturi – 6 Restaurants
Serves Malaysia 13 States' Coffee, the original and yet the modern style-Ice Blenz, Milk Shake, Smoothies, Soda drinks, Beers, Chilled drinks and etc... Mainly the Asian foods such as the popular choice- Nyonya Laksa, Golden Rice, Daily Special, Rice, soups, western foods selection and etc... Final with the home made dessert such as cheesecake, Brownie in western and asian style, cakes, pudding and etc...
Pohkemon posted pohkemonfooddiary.blogspot.com 197 Reviews
I very like the environment in this cafe. It is very cozy, creative and nice.
Motormouth posted www.j2kfm.com 552 Reviews
Whatever it is, do NOT miss their Or Nee; the ubiquitous Teochew dessert of yam paste, stirred with a good tasty dose of lard oil and sugar, then topped with some mashed pumpkin and ginkgo nuts. A rather sinful way to end a meal, but that’s what desserts are for, right?
Enjoy the Lee family's own well-kept recipes such as Hainanese Chicken Chop, Malaya Nasi Lemak and Chicken Rice Balls in an Art-Deco setting. Andrew Lee, the Founder of ARCH, established Kuala Lumpur City Gallery and created the iconic I ♥ KL structure at DataranMerdeka, where the gallery stands. Andrew, together with his family, started ARCH Café to revive their family’s own well-kept recipes such as the signature Hainanese Chicken Chop, Malaya Nasi Lemak and Chicken Rice Balls while new innovations such as the Durian Pancake has become a popular sought-after delicacy. The cafe’s embellishments are inspired by the ambience of Old Market Square in the 1930’s during the Art-Deco era. The Lee family welcomes you to ARCH Café, where they provide an authentic palate experience for every patron.
Precious Old China is located on the Mezzanine floor which is easily accessible by the stairs or the lift.
summerkid posted www.malaysianflavours.com 568 Reviews
Precious Old China Cafe in Central Market Malaysia is definitely one of the very precious restaurants boosting with its own unique dining environment that brings you back to the olden days of Chinese community life in the early of 20th century.