Restaurants in Mid Valley City (Mid Valley) – 205 Restaurants
All American food that ranges from Sizzling Fajitas, Nachos, Salad to Big Mouth Burgers. It is a place where food is served in big portions at very affordable prices served in a casual dining environment.
Cheryl Chan Photography posted www.cherylchanphotography.com 77 ReviewsSuperb
My boyfriend loves their beef burger! Very mouthful.
liyenz posted liyenz.wordpress.com 13 ReviewsSuperb
I was invited by my lunch buddies to have German food in Mid Valley. In the recent months, they have introduced their set lunch packages which includes a glass of drink and a selection of your main dish. You can add on soup or salad too. According to my friend, this restaurant also offers pork knuckle. Perhaps, will try it out next time. There were no lunch crowd when we visited the restaurant which is located at the ground floor, open al-fresco area outside the Mid Valley Megamall. We chose to sit at the centre of the restaurant. Mixed Sausages Platter This is my main dish. It consisted of 3 different sausages with bread roll, salad and creamy mashed potatoes. The sausages were crispy and tasted good. It came with special sauces used for all main dishes.
The restaurant's swank interior belies the fact that it serves good `ol hawker fare along side Western favourites. Nasi Lemak, Curry Laksa, Mushroom Chicken Mee, Nasi Bojari, Beef Rendang, Curry Fish Head, Assam Prawns, Chicken Chop, Sambal Petai, Cendol, Ice Campur, Bubur Cha Cha.
wyilian posted wyilian.blogspot.com 31 ReviewsExceptional
Madam Kwan is one of the best restaurant serving Malaysian cuisine. To my surprise, the most delicious dish is Char Kuey Teow but not the well-known Nasi Bojari. Worth for a try!!!
Nice environment to take a short break after visiting so many stores in Mid Valley. All the sofa are PVC leather cushions and very comfortable.
chryshijing posted chryshijing.blogspot.com.au 35 ReviewsExceptional
For many years, I have walked past this restaurant. In fact, since it opened its doors how ever many years ago. I remember their drinks to be quite expensive and made a mental note not to order drinks should I visit again. The braised pork with noodle set was not too bad. Would have preferred the noodles to be cooked slightly longer for that chewy texture.
The Italiannies outlet at Mid Valley Gardens has a rather cozy and elegant interior. Coupled with the warm lightning and magnificent view overlooking the city, it does enhance the romantic ambience of this cozy little restaurant.
TheYumList posted theyumlist.blogspot.com 242 Reviews
Great ambiance, authentic Italian, great value for money, nice wine selection, family friendly – kids can make their own pizzas!
Amarin means "Heaven" in Thai, inspired from a land known for softness in its language and greatness in food. Amarin Heavenly Thai belongs to the same chain restaurant as Bangkok Jam, The Old SIAM, Siam Square, Good Evening Bangkok, Garage and etc. (total of 12 restaurant under the Sea Cuisine company)
dropsofcontentment posted dropsofcontentment.blogspot.com 144 Reviews
So, even after all these years, Amarin Heavenly Thai still remains a regular fixture in our Thai food directory; some place we have yet to be disappointed.
Manhattan Fish Market (MFM) outlets have been mushrooming of late. You can find MFM at most leading shopping malls such as Sunway Pyramid, Mid Valley, KLCC, IOI Mall etc.
liyenz posted liyenz.wordpress.com 13 ReviewsExceptional
Delight in a crispy whole fish or your choice between barramundi or tilapia, covered in savory Spicy Seafood dip, accompanied by the delicious Manhattan Flaming Prawns, Garlic Herb mussels and crispy whitebait. It was very big in portion with rice, fries and vegetables too. It was very filling especially the fries and rice.
It’s about dining in modern elegance and tempting your palate with delectable French & Japanese nouvelle all as you gaze at Chef Daniel and his team preparing scrumptious selections in front of you.
wenywonderswhy posted wenywonderswhy.blogspot.com.au 21 ReviewsSuperb
Clean, crisp flavour with a good follow up from appetizer to main but failed to impress at the desserts.
A contemporary ambiance that alternates between sophisticated, classy and adoring, the mirrors on the wall did gave an extended look to it. Ventilation was good... as it was seriously cold, *they should work on this*, but the service was excellent. Friendly staffs welcomed us responsively and good recommendations is what you'll get.
Pas De Nom posted chillout-soulout-freakout.blogspot.com 180 ReviewsExceptional
Every single Japanese Restaurants are striving hard to make sure their quality is the best. However, that is not enough to retain a customer's heart in this current competitive market now. In order for them to survive for long term, I do believe competitive price is the only option to be stand out against others. Yes, if you from a Business School, no matter how bad a market competing each other, adjusting your price is always the last option. Unfortunately for Japanese Cuisine, they already reaching at the stage where the only restaurant who has the more capital to withstand the business storm will survive longer.
spicysharon posted spicysharon.blogspot.com 146 Reviews
Overall Rating: 6.5/10 for the food, environment and service. All in all, the dishes was decent but slightly on the saltier side and the salmon portions was fresh but nothing to rave about. I was satisfied overall but it may take awhile for me to revisit.
Aunty Nat some decent Nyonya food. Not only that, having a nice setup in the restaurant helps as well.
Very nice otak-otak, nice environment with great tasting home cooking....don't need to wait too long for the food and don't hv to queue for a place..