Restaurants in Mutiara Damansara – 159 Restaurants
Their meatballs, made from minced beef are the best, served with thick gravy from beef stock, and lingonberry jam, with thick cut fries.
ojsiew posted ojsiew.blogspot.com 633 Reviews
We didnt really enjoy the coffee as it smelt like 'cockcroach'!!.. I even poured away the 1st cup after the 'unexpected smell', then 'washed' the cup and refill from another machine. But the smell was still there. gosh... not such if that's the 'acquired' flavour or what!!.... not sure!!...
kelvintan3 posted www.ktheblogger.com 81 Reviews
Amounting to more than 100 dishes in this all you can eat steamboat buffet, this place is not only a steamboat eatery, but doubles up to be more than that with burgers, waffles along with their unlimited food supply of Australian Beef Slices, New Zealand Lamb Slices and other meat items to barbeque atop and varieties of organic vegetables and mushrooms, not forgetting the seafood varieties like prawns, bamboo shells, clams, squids, fillets.
In Movenpick Marche Restaurant. You get to see for yourself the freshness and quality of the produce; smell what’s baking in the ovens; hear the food sizzling; and watch the food being prepared right in front of your eyes, fresh from the “market”. Marché (pronounced as Mar-shay), stands for 'market' in French and goes by the motto “Eat in a colourful market-place atmosphere”.
I went with a group yesterday and we felt it was a tragic experience. The food portions were tiny and very expensive for what I perceived as 'simple, homestyle of cooking'. These are the few things that really made me boil...RM16.90 for a 'starter soup size bowl' of aglio olio vegetarian spaghetti, the crumble cake was AWFUL (badly made butter cake), & the salmon crepe was really nothing to shout about. I heard food is cheaper if you become a member but why would I anymore? After 2 tiny bowls of v. spaghetti, 1 latte, 2 desserts + salmon crepe the bill came up to RM91 for 2 persons.
Many of the so called vegetarian food we see cooked by hawker stalls are mostly made of oily fatty mushroom, and flour, which often are not as healthy as it should be. That is also one of the reason vegetarian food has been a big no no to me, until I came to VegeGreen.
The Apartment, a cozy little place that has great decor and ambiance. The service excellent, the food tantalizing, the price a little high, but worth it.
Pas De Nom posted chillout-soulout-freakout.blogspot.com 468 Reviews
Overall, this restaurant has changed so much in their menu which really excites me a lot. I wish to come back again to try some other dishes!