Restaurants in Sungei Wang Plaza @ Kuala Lumpur – 26 Restaurants
At one point this place was really popular. The food, I think has dropped in standard, compared to the earlier days. So, conclusion. Still not a bad place to eat a nice lunch.
missyblurkit posted www.missyblurkit.com 266 Reviews
For food, he ended up with Roasted Honey Spare Ribs with Shanghai Style Vegetable Rice. The corn was certainly yummy! I wouldn't complain much of the ribs. It was tasty but a tad dry. fast food style...I suppose.
Well known for its affordable and authentic Shanghainese and Szechuan home style cuisine, Esquire Kitchen is featuring a new concept in Chinese restaurants dining after its change of ownership and total image revamp in 1997
carene19 posted lovewinter19.blogspot.com 90 ReviewsSuperb
Esquire Kitchen is still one of the best dining places for my family and I. We love its home-style Shanghai & Sze Chuan cuisines
Hong Kong restaurant owned by a Hongkie.
malaysiacuisine.com posted www.malaysiacuisine.com 127 ReviewsExceptional
My family and I stumbled upon this great place, U Village HK Restaurant. Located just in between Sungei Wang & Low Yat, U Village serves Hong Kong style gourmet cuisines which is similiar to other Hong Kong cuisines restaurants, but I find that their dishes served are far more delicious and cheaper comparatively.
Cheryl Chan Photography posted www.cherylchanphotography.com 81 ReviewsExceptional
It has been years since we set foot in Sg Wang and if it wasn't for Gundam event that Jason would like to attend going on at the same shopping complex we might not have discover this non-halal food court. Not limit to local food, stalls here also provide options of Korean, Japanese and Vietnamese cuisine.Banners with images of celebrities such as Liang WenTao (梁文韬 aka 韬韬), PSY, and also others in promoting their individual stall. 雪花叉烧云吞面（干捞） Snowflake Wanton Mee (Dry) RM7.80 Char Siew made with the streaky part of pork belly gives both smooth and chewy texture. I found it to be flavorful yet the outer surface was a bit dry to complement the juicy inner. If only it would be crispy on the outside. Mee was average but the wanton deserved a thumbs up. Too many MSG nowadays we were amazed at the complimentary chicken soup that didn't have its presence. 古早味卤肉饭 Old Time Flavor Braised Pork RM7.80 Came in big portion and that's it. Satisfied our stomach but not enough to please our tongue. All prices stated above are of nett price; no government tax or service tax around here.
he shop is Super Noodle house where de specialities are mainly noodles. The noodles are different from Penang Wan Ton mee.
CCFoodTravel posted ccfoodtravel.com 498 Reviews
A resounding RM80 bucks for 3 persons! Though the food is good, eating here is not cheap at all.. Better eat at the chicken rice shop just at the corner of Bukit Bintang (opposite Metro). Cheaper man.