Restaurants in Jalan Pju 1 – 34 Restaurants
My Elephant which had also won several of awards including the winner of Time Out KL.
Always a nice place to have Thai food, though my parents disapprove of the slightly salty tom yam and the drinks being too sweet, and the price tag. Then again, I have yet to find a better Thai restaurant :)
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My Nasi Dagang with Gulai Ikan Raja Berangkat @ RM13 was equally delicious. The firm yet fluffy texture of the rice is faultless while the fish lives up to its name – fit for a king. I also had the A.P.A (Apa Pun Ada) drink @ RM3.50 but I found the taste a tad watered down. Refill is only 50 cents though.
Our Restaurant is famous for warm ambience and its awesome recipes as it is for the freshness of our ingredients. You will love it here for our great food and plentiful servings. Come and visit us and have an enjoyable meal with your friends & family.
Nice food and environment with reasonable price, a must try shop in PJ Aman Suria
A laid back American diner which is the brainchild of 4 Western Michigan University graduates. Serves hearty American food especially the Beef Meat Loaf, Grilled Lamb Shoulder and Chocolate brownies. Prices are reasonable too, with Meat loaf at less than RM15. Don't forget the peanut butter chocolate milkshake!
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Good food so nearby my place. But for what it was worth, do not be fooled by the fancy names of dishes. I stay true to classics like quarter chicken roast and such.
6 to 10 Grill had been well known around the neighborhood of Happy Mansion Apartments, Seksyen 17, PJ. The owner successfully move the restaurant to Aman Suria (near Kayu Nasi Kandar) in 2011.
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Will bring my parents to this place for lunch on one of these days
Placing strong emphasis on delivering great taste and food quality are the business’ laurels. Onde Onde believes that when serving local food to the Malaysian public, one has to deliver results, by surpassing consumer expectations as Malaysians know their food well. Upon stepping into Onde Onde, one will be attracted to its striking pink wall which are lined with antique pottery, porcelain and decoratives. With spot lighting and benched seating, the restaurant has a cosy and alluring ambience. Website: