Restaurants in Bangsar Village @ Kuala Lumpur – 24 Restaurants
Basil Thai Nudle Bar, it takes its name from the renowned Thai Basil or bai horapa, a lusciously fragrant herb which generously enhances Thai fare, seafood dishes in particular. Thai basil has lush, deep green leaves, purplish flower buds and stems and carries anise overtones to its sweet basil scent. Basil-Thai Nudle Bar is owned by SEA Cuisine Group of Restaurants. Interesting enough, SEA Cuisine owns over 9 thai restaurants in Malaysia but each restaurant has different name, menu and pricing. Here are some of the thai restaurants: Amarin Heavenly Thai @ Mid Valley, Siam Square @ Berjaya Time Square, Bangkok Jazz & To dine for @ Chulan Square and Bangkok Jam @ Plaza Low Yat.
small kucing posted www.smallkucing.com 554 Reviews
Looks good. ... Nice place for a quiet family and friends get together.
liyenz posted liyenz.wordpress.com 52 ReviewsExceptional
After my first visit to this restaurant at Mid Walley Megamall a year ago, I hardly go to this restaurant for any occasions. There is no reason why I did not step into this restaurant as there are plenty of restaurants in Mid Valley that we can choose from.
Attached to its retail outlet is a restaurant cum café that serves wholesome and organic food. After much research and preparation, the culinary team at Country Farm has creatively developed a diverse menu that consists of a wide repertoire of organic and semi-organic dishes using mostly ethnic ingredients and recipes. There is a great emphasis on producing appetizing fusion food with an 'Oriental twist' and healthy wholesome dishes because the company recognises the growing trend among the younger generation towards healthy and delicious cuisine. No processed foods but completely natural ingredients are used in Country Farm Organics’ food outlet in Bangsar. Our restaurant does not use microwave oven and all our utensils are made of stainless steel.
chryshijing posted chryshijing.blogspot.com.au 55 ReviewsSuperb
Mum was glad to find an organic shop that not only sold food items but also had a bar and restaurant attached.