Restaurants in Jalan Ss 2 (SS2, Ss 2, Jalan Ss2) – 320 Restaurants
While parking is relatively easy, you still need to get there early. We were there at about 7 but by 8 pm, the place was full and people were waiting for tables. Wang Chiew is just a REALLY YUMMY eatery ... 'Tai Chow' type place in a clean air conditioned environment
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Some of the favourites are, "kat chai suen mui "(lime and sour plum juice), "yin yeong" (mixed cantonese fried), fried rice and yee mee.
How can anyone resist a feast of the freshest seafood doused in an aromatic blend of seasonings and spices with all the rustic fixings like sausages, potatoes and sweet corn? Trust me, you might be up to your elbows in drippings at the table, but by the time you are done, there wont be a drop of goodness left.
“Kee Tak Zek” @ KTZ restaurant, pronounced as “Kei Tuck Sek” in cantonese - means “Remember To Eat” is a chain of restaurants that reside in KL area. They are famous for their variety of “Thong Shui”/desserts and Dim Sum.
Unethical business operator! Found a small cockroach body in one of the 'longan' when about to finish the 红枣茶. After bringing it to the cashier, the lady boss hurried to take over the longan and tear it off, squeezing and tearing the body off into pieces and loudly told us by shouting that it is just the longan stem or seed, so speechless and helpless at the same time. Really disappointed to see such business operators nowadays, especially for a such well known one. Urging to be extra cautious when visiting this place.
Bringing the yums to your tums est 2015. (NON HALAL) -The best and only place you can get Salted Egg Yolk Pasta
The team serves with plenty of passion and while still lacking in skills, everything we had were done right. Churros (RM 12) could have use a thicker chocolate sauce, perhaps more nutella-ish. Juices can be more interesting and healthier because Malaysians are more aware of healthy juices, but caffeine beverages are lovely. The small menu makes it easy to keep their fresh produce at the top of quality and ultimately showcased in their delicious food. Price tags were affordable and inexpensive given the reasonable serving size and tasty food.
This is the only restaurant in the PJ area that serves a wide range of genuine Taiwanese food, many dishes of which are of Hokkien and Teochew origin. Lee Weng Eng, the chef and owner of this restaurant managed this Taiwanese food restaurant for 28 years. Already operate for more than 28 years. The lady boss is a Taiwanese which create all these recipes. All the foods served are very tasty and fresh.
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Bamboo rice, their signature rice dish.