Restaurants in Mahkota Parade – 8 Restaurants
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Western food with Asian fusion. The must try is their yummy Mexican Pork Chop @ RM12.50. The Mexican pork chop was well marinated, nicely grilled. The Mexican sauce contains diced cucumber, tomatoes, peppers, onions, chilli and vinegar which really complement the slightly charred pork chop. It is super busy on Saturday night, be prepared to wait.
There are two Sibaraku-s, one being the traditional Japanese restaurant where you get to sit on tatamis and eat the traditional Japanese food like sushis while the other one is the more modern restaurant where it serves various Chinese and Japanese cuisines. The special part about the newer restaurant is that you sit around the “stove” while the chef will cook the dishes you ordered right in front of you and serve them piping hot.