Restaurants in Jalan Klang Lama, Taman OUG @ Kuala Lumpur – 16 Restaurants
Kedai Makanan Ah Loy in Taman Overseas Union has been around for the past 10 years and it is famous for its home-cooked food, especially the Curry Laksa.
stevenycs posted craving4food.blogspot.com 281 Reviews
The placed also served economy noodles and chee cheong fun. The place will mostly be packed during lunch hour. It's air conditioned thank god. So do drop by this place and try it out if you like curry noodle.
The service here is usually impecabble and they are usually quite attentive.
harrycath posted www.harrycath.com 20 ReviewsSuperb
We’ve been meaning to come here for a very long time now. The Pandan Indah and Setapak outlets have always been very dear to our hearts and visiting the original Sri Steven’s Corner here in OUG is almost like performing a pilgrimage. The coordinates provided by Google Map ultimately led us to a quiet residential area (somewhere along Jalan Hujan Emas). We made some quick adjustments to the coordinates and a search for Jalan Hujan Rahmat 2 on our GPS navigator eventually led us properly to the premises. Located along a narrow road near the OUG wet market, we were thankful to be here during the daytime, we can imagine that at night (during peak hours) parking can be a b*tch here. Cat and Brendan enjoyed their dishes immensely; Brendan took particular pleasure in his banana leaf rice with spiced chicken cutlets. I had to agree with the good reviews the Nasi Lemak received, and adored it as well.
summerkid posted www.malaysianflavours.com 568 Reviews
Summergirl tried out pan mee soup from one of the stalls in Sun Sea, which fares equally good. Springy noodles laid in a bowl of clear soup, topped with crispy deep fried anchovies, mince meat, sliced black fungus and vegetables. Heard that Sun Sea Restaurant serves good Penang Curry Mee too, will check out next time.
We serve more than 120 varieties of western food and we provide catering services.
food2buzz posted foodtobuzz.blogspot.com 415 Reviews
Overall, the roasted chicken tasted not bad but only come in few cubes and find it slightly expensive for both the main course and the soup. Prefer the one in Taman Billion, Cheras.
Leo’s Café is situated beside an antique shop (previously occupied by “Remember to Eat”, Gei Dak Sik, 记得食) and it is located below Wong Kok Char Chan Teng (旺角茶餐厅). Large variety of the food served and gelatos. They serve food ranging from Asian to Western cuisine.
ojsiew posted ojsiew.blogspot.com 633 Reviews
Well... thats me.. praise when it satisfied my tastebud and 'commented' when it didnt!
This Chinese restaurant mainly serves Shanghainese and Szechuan food. Service was quite average overall. This place has other signature dishes that we really like such as the Stir-fried Chicken Paprika (宫保鸡丁) and their flower buns (花卷).
small kucing posted www.smallkucing.com 554 Reviews
Can you guess how much is the total bill comes up to? RM100 pulang 1sen. Hmmm...you think it's cheap or expensive?
This restaurant is situated on the second floor of Citrus Park, located next to Halo Café (海螺民歌餐厅). They serve quite a large variety of food. Their service was quite fast and speedy.
wenching_86 posted www.eatonlylar.com 208 Reviews
We arrived at the restaurant at about 11pm on a weekday, it was hard to believe that there were so many customers, most of them are celebrating their birthday since Wong Kok is offering a giant jar of ice milk tea (香岛奶茶) for free for customers celebrating their birthday in the restaurant.