Restaurants in Jalan Sultan Ismail – 96 Restaurants
A nice cafe serving a vast variety of food for buffet lunch.A few sections catering for different cuisines.. like continental, italian, chinese, malay, indian and a big corner just for dessert itself.
The variety and freshness is great, especially dessert with some cheese selection, with a chocolate fondue, and the price is the standard high-priced buffet around KL (RM 90++, and 50% discount if you are a shangri-la member)posted
Villa Danieli is a free-standing trattoria, styled after a country home and offers homey specialties that toast warm companionship, heart feasting, and the celebration of great food and fine wines.
So if you have no idea where to dine on this week, why not indulge and pamper yourself and your loved ones with this exquisite Ruffino wine dinner.posted www.greentearedbean.com 155 Reviews
The award-winning Celestial Court restaurant is an ideal setting for celebratory banquets, corporate functions, fine appreciation of masterful cuisine or simply casual dining with family or friends.
The dim sum lunch is available for lunch daily and are priced from RM13 onwards. Of course the regular ala carte menu is also available.posted www.missyblurkit.com 175 Reviews
Savour authentic Sichuan and Cantonese cuisine in the elegant surroundings of Si Chuan Dou Hua, where a team of renowned Chefs expertly prepare an extensive menu of delicacies. At the same time, admire the deft skills of the Tea Master who combines martial arts, dance and gymnastics in the traditional art of tea-pouring. Established under the Pan Pacific Hotels Group since 1996, Si Chuan Dou Hua has come to be known for deivering excellent culinary experiences, bringing the delectable tastes of authentic Sichuan and Cantonese cuisine to the world.
There are six specially prepared set menus for you to savour in Si Chuan Dou Hua. The ‘Chinese New year’ set is priced at RM 798.00 nett for 4 people and RM 1030.00 nett for 6 people. If you are in a group of 10 people, you may opt for the “Prosperity’, ‘Fortune’ or ‘Wealth’ set priced at RM 1158.00 nett and RM 1622.00 nett respectively. We also offer an option of a ‘Vegetarian’ set priced at RM 1042.00 nett per table of 10 people.posted www.choiyen.com 218 Reviews
The interior of the restaurant is most impressive. There is a huge selection of wine, with a dedicated room surrounded by walls made of wine cellars, there is even a dedicated cigar room. The ambiance is mellow and yet classy, no rowdy crowd nor screaming babies.
As I thought I am having the 50% discount privilege from my Platinum American Express Card, the waitress told me that I am holding the Maybankcard 2 Card Amex Platinum which is not the same with the Platinum American Express Card. OMG! They said that is a promotional card and it is different. Disappointed to the max! Well, just pay the full sum then and this has recorded as my most expensive Japanese dining I ever had which previously was Kampachi. As for the conclusion for this restaurant, I really like this restaurant. Apart of the hefty price, nothing much to complain about. Maybe I hope they provide a more personalized service by serving the dish accordingly to our appetite instead of throwing everything we have ordered on the table.posted chillout-soulout-freakout.blogspot.com 180 Reviews
Hot pot, less commonly known as Chinese fondue or steamboat, refers to several East Asian varieties of stew, consisting of a simmering metal pot of stock at the center of the dining table. In Malaysia, steamboat buffets seems to be growing everywhere which is perfect for everyone regardless of age, race, or activities.posted www.malaysiacuisine.com 88 Reviews