Restaurants in Kota Kemuning – 65 Restaurants
The place for true COFFEE LOVERS Specialty coffee at affordable price -----> WHITE Blend (Brazil Cerrado Sul de Minas + Indonesian Sumatra Aceh Takengon) & BLACK Blend (Seasonal)
chryshijing posted chryshijing.blogspot.com.au 55 ReviewsGood
The first place in KL that housed a coffee roaster. A Giesen, in fact.
The chili dip/sambal was a bit of a let down. Yet the noodle dishes were nicely prepared and tasty.
Nava Krishnan posted www.nava-k.com 188 ReviewsExceptional
The chili dip/sambal was a bit of a let down. Yet the two types of hand made noodle dishes were beautifully plated and tasty I must say. Pleasant owner and pleasant customer service.
It was one of the best nasi goreng belacan, something about the taste of the belacan which made the dish awesomely fabulous. Equally sensational was the hot dog classic.
jkdrooling posted jkdrooling.blogspot.com 199 ReviewsSuperb
To our amazement, the pasta turned out to be rather good - sufficiently creamy and flavorful. I kinda like that everything was adequate and the mushroom has its taste shrouding the spaghetti.
Bringing to your town a popular cuisine from Bretagne in Northwestern region of France "the Crêpe", served with a variety of fillings.
Nava Krishnan posted www.nava-k.com 188 ReviewsSo so
For us, there wasn't anything to speak highly about. But if you love crepes, you will enjoy your meal in this cafe.
Chiariyees posted chiariyees-coffeebread.blogspot.com 197 Reviews
Dotz Cafe, a little cafe hiding in Kota Kemuning. They has been in the business for a few years, but I only made it there last month. Well, K. Kemuning is far from where I usually hang out. But I can say it's a neighbourhood cafe to the community, friendly and cosy.
There's sure a wide selection of healthy dishes and I have a certain liking for broth with Chinese herbs. so the soup was perfect in taste.
jkdrooling posted jkdrooling.blogspot.com 199 ReviewsGood
In-house's signature Sauna Stone Bowl (RM9.90 for vege, RM12.90 for fish OR chicken). You can choose to savour it with brown rice, pumpkin noodles or rice noodles. Being served in a stone bowl, it is certainly sizzling hot and tongue-burning. While it may appear very plain and dominated by greens and other vegetables, the soup is rather flavourful and it's very appetizing for those who wish to warm their stomachs. The portion is huge too, I don't think any average eater could finish it single-handedly.
The fish ball here made from Ikan Tenggiri. Very spongy and taste fishy. It is high quality.
hAppYHapPy posted tailim.blogspot.com 740 Reviews
Our principles in producing fishballs with 100% pure whitefin wolf-herring fish. Even during rainy seasons when this particular fish is out of supply, we would rather take a few days off our business instead of compromising the quality of our fishballs"
AH LIM SEAFOOD has its origins in Tanjung Tualang, Perak, a place famous for its udang galah or blue fresh water prawns. The restaurant, formerly at Vest Inn Coffeeshop in USJ 16, Subang Jaya, moved into its own premises in Kota Kemuning in May 2006. Its founders, two Lim brothers from the Perak town, came to Kuala Lumpur in the mid-1990s, worked with a number of seafood restaurants and decided to strike out on their own in 2001.
Above all, its the plating style which impressed me the most. Of course, credit goes to the fish curry platter.
Nava Krishnan posted www.nava-k.com 188 ReviewsGood
Food was not too bad and above all, its the plating style which captivated my attention. Of course, credit is also for the customer service.