Restaurants in Kuala Lumpur (Kuala Lumpur Wilayah Persekutuan) – 3634 Restaurants
Yut Kee is one of the grand old lady of the Kuala Lumpur kopitiam scene having been established since 1928. Today it's being run by the third generation of the family.
Overall Rating: 8/10. The crowd of hungry onlookers kept on coming while we were busy feeding off our plates. After so many years, I still don't quite get the hype about the place - the long wait and the okay only dishes with a few standouts.posted spicysharon.blogspot.com 141 Reviews
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
There was a time when friends were incessantly posting photos and checking-in on Facebook when they dined at this place. I wondered what all the hype was about, really. Although I have been driving past this place for a few years since I attended piano lessons over in the Imbi area, I did not realise its popularity. And so when the bestie asked where to go for lunch, I quickly suggested Levain.posted chryshijing.blogspot.com.au 35 Reviews
Famous for their Australian-style brekkie and coffee, I opted for a lighter meal of French Toast with Berry Compote (RM14.00/AUD4.80) instead of a heavy big breakfast. I should have asked for the toast to be wholemeal instead of white bread. Berry compote was delectable, I finished it all.posted chryshijing.blogspot.com.au 35 Reviews
We have been to there for the first time after heard a lot of comments from others about their ‘special’ menu. The Wolf’s Favorite At first, we were finding this place after walked from Bangsar Village II to Bangsar Village I for half an hour. We didn't know that the restaurant is located inside the Cold Storage till we asked and walked again. Finally!! It is located just right beside organic department. There’s a SECRET DOOR to there too.posted loveeatshop94.blogspot.com 12 Reviews
Below are some drooling photos of our “makan” trip at Nihon Kai Japanese Restaurant, Old Klang Road. The food here is darn good and reasonably priced! Definitely a place worth trying.
A friendly waitstaff ushered us up the stairs to where there was more seating. Both of us shared some warm green tea, which we ordered first, and then proceeded to browse the menu.posted chryshijing.blogspot.com.au 35 Reviews
El Cerdo which means “the pig” in Spanish, specialises in porcine delights.
It is not the best suckling pig but this is acceptable. Unfortunately, we were quite wrong for ordering this because we have no chance to try other awesome foods like ribs and sausages because this portion is too much for 2.posted splendysparkling.blogspot.com
Japanese buffet at its most extravagant, with the freshest of seafood, tempura, sashimi and even cooked-on-demand fare brought straight to your table. At a reasonable buffet price the atmosphere is casual, relaxed and elegant. Great place indeed; nice dining area with a wide range of seafood spread available; everything from fish to scallop to oysters to clams to Sashimi to crabs and lobsters! Jogoya is a famous japanese buffet chain from Taiwan. Unlike the likes of Saisaki in UOA2, Jogoya is meant to be more high class.
I have heard a lot about this place since it opened its doors in 2006. I heard about the wide selection of food and how the ice-cream served here is from Häagen-Dazs and New Zealand Natural. Mum and Dad were not too impressed when they visited, though. Same here, other than the wide selection of food, I was not too impressed with the quality of the food.posted chryshijing.blogspot.com.au 35 Reviews
A mound of thick round noodles topped with ikan bilis, chopped scallion, a wee bit of table sugar, pork sliced and chopped, and tiny cubes of cracklin', all crowned by a snow-white poached egg. Kin Kin's pan mee delivers on its promise -- ultra chewy noodles and a la jiao light on oil and heavy on slow-roasted chili flavor that elicits a sharp tingle, rather than the sort of tongue-searing burn that might overpower the dish's other tasty ingredients.
Extremely terrible service!!! All you've read about the grumpy owners are TRUE. Grumpy, rude, moody - get ready to be scolded! Also get ready to wait 40mins for your pan mee to arrive during peak hours. SMALL PORTION and EXPENSIVE. I would highly highly recommend going to Super Kitchen across the road - they also sell chili pan mee and it's JUST AS GOOD (seriously!) except you get excellent service, a bigger portion and the place has air-cond. Same price. Another horror story about Kin Kin: My malay students wanted to learn about pan mee so they walked into Kin Kin to observe how it's cooked. As soon as they walked in, the HORRIBLE owner shouted "OI BUAT APA SINI! SINI JUAL BABI LAH!" - yeap Kin Kin owners are seriously huge babis. Instead, they went to Super Kitchen and the owners were SO NICE that they offered my Muslim students vegetarian pan mee to taste. DO NOT GO TO KIN KIN. Go to Super Kitchen.posted
Japanese food with a mix of western and chinese food
Mont Kiara restaurant has been closed, dont know move to whereposted
Lifestyle Store & Cafe, cool chillout place
The décor, bear in mind that almost everything under the roof of Fullhouse is for sale – clothes, fashion accessories, gifts and decorative items. More review at http://malaysiasfood.com/fullhouse-cafe/posted malaysiasfood.com