Restaurants in Jalan Imbi (Off Jalan Imbi) – 83 Restaurants
chryshijing posted chryshijing.blogspot.com.au 35 ReviewsExceptional
There was a time when friends were incessantly posting photos and checking-in on Facebook when they dined at this place. I wondered what all the hype was about, really. Although I have been driving past this place for a few years since I attended piano lessons over in the Imbi area, I did not realise its popularity. And so when the bestie asked where to go for lunch, I quickly suggested Levain.
Sakura, established since 1977, for famous local cuisine; needs no further introduction, has been a landmark and touristy spot too for the foreigners.
Pohkemon posted pohkemonfooddiary.blogspot.com 127 ReviewsExceptional
Sakura Nasi Lemak once is the pioneer for Authentic Nasi Lemak. The last time I dining in Sakura Restaurant is about more than 15 years ago :-p. Located in Jalan Imbi, and this restaurant also offer other oriental cuisine.
Sample an experience of exquisite fine dining cuisines flanked by tasteful vintage wines to suit your discerning palates. Relish every bite as you admire the breathtaking views of Kuala Lumpur.
lushia posted iloveyummyfood.com 89 Reviews
Both food and wine selection are very impressive. Dining here is a good way to support the country's future F&B Leaders. Thumbs up for those who prepared my food that night. It's an excellent experience!
There is a famous stall in the Imbi market serving hainanese tea and toast bread with all the red tables.
Love the variety, quality and affordability of the food here, and being beside a market added a certain charm to it. My favorite is the Hainan Tea, Wantan Mee and Popiah :)
Of course for those of you who don't live or work around Imbi, you can always visit the outlets at Gardens Midvalley or Desa Sri Hartamas. The menu is a little different but you get the gist of it ie. Taiwanese porridge.
When2Meets2 posted when2meets2.blogspot.com 167 Reviews
It serves long hi tea buffet on weekends with varities of food especially Thais and local foods.
mimid3vils posted www.choiyen.com 219 Reviews
The month of Ramadan brings back childhood memories of balik kampung, gatherings of family, friends and neighbours, and embracing the simplest joys of life. By enjoying precious time together amidst cozy ambience and savouring extensive Kampung delights at Big Apple Restaurant, Berjaya Times Square Hotel!
Serving the finest Chinese gourmet creations and delicacies. With a modern touch to traditional Chinese dishes, the restaurant specialities includes Imperial Style Lobster with Braised Superior Shark's Fin, Braised Abalone with Goose Web baked in Foil, Emperor Beancurd and Noble House Three Variety Combinations Appetizer.
wackybecky posted www.rebeccasaw.com 505 Reviews
Expect premium ingredients, aesthetically pleasing dishes and a good balance of modern and old time classics on the menu. This is my 1st meal at Noble House and the infusion of artistic touches for both food presentation and preparation does make the culinary journey here a feast for the senses.
Weng Hing has been around for a long time and is famous for both it's Char Kuey Teow and Pork Ball Noodles. This is one the best pork ball noodles in Kuala Lumpur and Petaling Jaya. For ordering of these mini egg tarts: 潘平/Pan Ping - 016 378 4480
Chong posted wordspics.com 113 ReviewsExceptional
Popular amongst the locals, this coffee shop is always packed during peak hours and weekends.
They soak the prawn in wine - and it's so distinct that you can taste it the moment you sink your teeth into it. Absolutely, without a doubt - it's the best "sang har mee" in KL and PJ. Life Centre is over priced, PJ's Greenview is good but doesn't come close to this
kuanfoodfetish posted www.kuanfoodfetish.com 166 ReviewsExceptional
First was the signature Prawn Noodle. The four prawns, each as big as my palm were humongous. The young chef informed us they only purchase fresh prawns imported from India which they will hand-pick every morning...