Restaurants in Mid Valley Mega Mall (Midvalley Megamall, Mid Valley Megamall) – 139 Restaurants
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.
This is one of the best Japanese restaurants in Midvalley, I tell ya.
liyenz posted liyenz.wordpress.com 52 ReviewsSuperb
I ordered the Scallop Mushroom Pasta. Go for a small size if you order other side dishes because I feel the regular size is quite a lot. Again, the taste was quite okay. Nothing much to shout out. Prawn Tempura Pasta with Sesame Sauce. I feel this pasta is quite interesting. The amount of sesame sauce cannot be too much. This was just right. It served with two tempura prawns. However, the Teriyaki Chicken to Onsen Tamago no Pizza was a little bit on its downside. It could have been better if the egg was done to perfection. It did not flow out of the yolk like it should have, otherwise the experience would have been better.
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 52 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.
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!!!
Yeast serves decent food and very reasonable prices, especially for their wonderful coffee. The bill came up to RM 83.75 for the two of us. The best thing about Yeast is that they don’t charge 10% service charge, it’s the standard 6% GST only and this is advertised quite prominently at their outlet in Mid Valley. It’s a nice place to go for a quick bite to eat in the afternoon if you’re into French casual.
Kungfu Bumger RM7.20 Kungfu Stylo Coffee RM5.50(Hot) RM5.90(Cold)
liyenz posted liyenz.wordpress.com 52 ReviewsGood
I chose to have Curry Chicken with Rice. It came with a fried egg and a glass of Iced Lemon Tea. The curry sauce was tasted quite okay with fried chicken. The portion may look little but it was quite filling after finished it with the drink.
The prices here are much cheaper compared to some other Vietnam food I had before.
sumptuous.blog posted sumptuousblog.wordpress.com 169 Reviews
Overall this lovely lunch cost us only RM 52.60 inclusive of a 10% service charge. Reasonable isn’t? Now that our tanks are filled, it’s time to carry on with our shopping!