Chinese Restaurants in Pandan Indah @ Kuala Lumpur – 14 Restaurants
Value SET LUNCH is available on MON - SAT
Pas De Nom posted chillout-soulout-freakout.blogspot.com 471 ReviewsExceptional
The glutinous rice balls are filled with black sesame are very delicious. The ginger soup is very spicy and it is really fit this whole dessert. However, I still feel that I prefer to have peanuts filling rather than black sesame.
This restaurant is owned by and runs by a group of talented young people.
harrycath posted www.harrycath.com 20 ReviewsExceptional
We came across this restaurant which Cat says (oddly enough) means “have you eaten at Bao Bao yet?” or something to that effect in Mandarin. Being an end lot, the restaurant has no wall on one side providing excellent ventilation. A lot of the times we demur from a few restaurants that were stifling and stuffy. With furnishings with wooden chairs and tables, you get an almost “school canteen” feel about the place. While we had no issues with the taste of the dishes we were eventually served with, we had problems with the blatant misrepresentation. What was touted as Fried Pork with Nan Lu Pan Mee in the end turned out to be normal Pan Mee with Barbequed Pork Belly (“Char Siu”), with no hint of fermented bean curd at all! Oh well, since it is a small unassuming and nondescript restaurant, we will take no further offence.
Their main branch is at Jalan Tuanku Abdul Rahman, packed most of the times. The decor was simple, minimalist, with furnitures resembling those from period dramas (ancient period mind you, not the monthly kind =P) and the place is air-conditioned. Parking's a breeze, but not sure if the same can be said during peak hours.
ShannonChow posted www.shannonchow.com 26 ReviewsSuperb
Each bowl is served dry with poached egg, minced meat (pork), 'chu yao char' (lard fritter), 'ikan bilis' (Anchovy) and a small separate bowl of vegetables with egg soup.
The prawn mee and yong tau foo are the two stalls you should head straight for when you're here. The prawn mee can rival some of the best I've had and their fried shallots are as fresh as you can get, so make sure you ask for extra (for a small fee lah) if you're a big fan of fried shallots like me. Also, don't miss the extra-long fried fu chuk roll with your other favourite yong tau foo types while you're here.
Something interesting about this shop is their yam rice! They even have long bean rice on other days. Heard it was good! The rice was YUMMY!