Restaurants in Jalan Wong Ah Fook – 15 Restaurants
AK Noodle House is a well-known fish ball noodle specialist in Malaysia. Our special made pure fish balls contain no preservative, crispy and delicious. We also serve "yong tauhu", fish soup and porridge, fresh oyster soup, abalone soup, "laksa" and etc. http://www.aknoodles.com.my/
we celebrate our anniversary here last month. the sambal is so delicious! must try sambal ikan bilis and sambal udang. the environment is very cozy and the food price is RM8.50 which i think it the cheaper restaurant inside city square mall.great environment, great food, great affordable price
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Kam Loong Restaurant is located snugly in a row of shop houses a stone's throw away from City Square, the mall mostly famous for its link to JB Sentral, which houses one of the custom checkpoint for travelers between Malaysia and Singapore. The queue for a seat is always never-ending, and they do not serve strictly according to a first-come-first-serve basis. The small restaurant can only house that many tables and seats, for that many customers, so the owners have to try to optimize the queue by allowing the smaller groups to try to fit into the available seats, sometimes sharing tables as well. Larger groups may have to wait longer for a table with enough seats to be made available by leaving customers, but rest assured that the owners will do everything they can to get a seat for everyone. The restaurant is famous for its fish head curry, and they serve fish head curry only - no other food is served there, so if you are not a fan of the dish, you may want to skip this place entirely. For Malaysians who are used to the spicy taste of curry, Kam Loong Restaurant's curry is not spicy at all. This would be a good opportunity though for those uninitiated in the ways of curry to have their first taste to accommodate future excursion into the land of spiciness.
(Oct 2015) I went to Wawa Chicken at the 3rd floor (inner city) of JB City Square with my wife after reading about its review at Johorkaki blog. Having tasted Four Fingers in SG, I must say that I am glad there's decent korean fried chicken in JB! The place is packed on that weekend so we decided to order takeaway. I would recommend the spicy flavour as it is korean soy sauce with a nice tinge of spiciness that a malaysian would appreciate. The fried chicken drumstick is big (something i appreciate over the small size of chicken in Four Fingers SG), the meat is juicy n the crispiness of the chicken skin stays even when the food is cold, when i eat it at home. It's really worth a try and pricing-wise, i think it's slightly better value than KFC. The place is packed with families with small children, n i saw a little girl go "wah" when she saw the fried drumstick. if u are eating there, they provide plastic hand gloves.