Restaurants in Jaya One – 71 Restaurants
Their desserts looks as promising and good as always. I hear that you will be able to access their full cake menu here too!
The Yum List posted theyumlist.blogspot.com 552 ReviewsSuperb
Expats and locals alike will delight in knowing that there is a bakery in Ampang producing fabulously handsome cakes that taste heavenly too. A Slice of Heaven, run by the talented team of Nigel Skelchy and Allan Yap and recently opened in Terrace @ Hock Choon, has an indulgent selection of goodies. The four best sellers, all pictured above are, Red Velvet, Choc & Cheese, Durian and Death by Chocolate. The cupcakes are worth every calorie, but can
If you are coming with a large group, it would be better if you make reservations. The decor is simple, yet elegant, with polished wooden furniture and Chinese paintings completing the interior.
summerkid posted www.malaysianflavours.com 568 Reviews
Personally, we like their Roasted Duck, Stewed Chicken with Chinese Wine, Stewed Tilapia in Szechuan Style and Steamed Beancurd with Fish Paste. Do visit Ducking Restaurant with friends and families for delicious Chinese homecook lunch or dinner.
Ultra expensive and damn stingy in serving size. Two of us had the mixed grill at RM92! Just 2 small pieces of lamb, beef, chicken skewer and 1 sausage + 1 small stingy salad and 1 tablespoon or so sauerkraut! No way even near 50% full! What a rip off!
A casual dining restaurant blending delicious fusion food and a cozy environment catered to families, friends and yuppies looking for a breath of fresh air. We take pride in our must try signature Chilli Rush Chicken Wings prepared at 10 different spice levels. Come experience the thrill of a mouth watering burn and make a date with the ‘hottest‘ chilli in the world. If your middle name is ‘Spicy’, we dare you to go head on with the much feared, almost non-human, Number 10 and be crowned the ‘hottest’ winner.
renaelyng posted thegardennom.wordpress.com 76 Reviews
If you are heading over for mains, keep to the Asian Cuisines instead. The gNOMes unanimously voted that the asian cuisines fare better than the western ones. Think you have a tongue and stomach of steel? Go for Level 10 instead!
Pas De Nom posted chillout-soulout-freakout.blogspot.com 471 Reviews
Overall: 4/5 - The duck meat is so delicious! Very easy to chew and not really hard to swallow. Just perfect. Their kimchi indeed is their signature. The kimchi is really delicious especially a person like me who is not a big fan of kimchi saying that, you should know how good it is.
The Frontera revolution and ongoing evolution began in June 2008 when a small group of fellow Mexican food aficionados opened Frontera Sol of Mexico (formerly known as Frontera Bar & Grill) @ the Palm Square, Jaya One in Petaling Jaya.
goldfries posted www.buurps.com 138 Reviews
If you’re looking for some place Mexican to try, we highly recommend this restaurant.