Restaurants in Kuala Lumpur @ Pavilion – 171 Restaurants
renaelyng posted thegardennom.wordpress.com 76 Reviews
This place is definitely the real deal, and for the prices we would say that this place is absolutely a MUST TRY. The only thing they could do to achieve perfection would be to find a way to remove the “yellow mee” taste (which normally comes from processed noodles) that gives a slight imperfection to the broth. Nevertheless the gNOMes will definitely pay a second visit and more.
The restaurant inspiration comes from the simple practices of fisherman in Mediterranean who caught seafood fresh from the seas, cooked and ate the freshly cooked seafood immediately from the pan.
Well, they say "one bite 'n' you're hooked"....well, I used to be but not anymore since I've now had the privilege of eating better fish & chips elsewhere. It's funny how things taste good at one time don't seem to be so later on in life (or vice versa, in some cases, like what bitter gourd used to be for me). I think it's because our tastebuds got elevated (over time) from all that eating....I know mine did! ;) But the fact that they continue to open more outlets (the latest one being in Sunway Velocity) goes to show that some still find their fish & chips worthy for its reasonable pricing and big portions.
Anfieldyee posted anfieldyee.blogspot.comGood
You can have unlimited meat supply and also choice of your soup (4 types of soup all together). The ingredients may not be much choices but it was healthy with nearly 70% are vegetable ingredients. Besides Steamboat, you can enjoy sushi prepped by the Chef.
The most beautiful breakfasts all day, everyday.
posted www.malaysianflavours.com 568 Reviews
Wild Honey, the cafe that serves one of the best brunch in Singapore has finally marked their first oversea outlet in Pavilion Kuala Lumpur last year. We’ve heard a lot of positive reviews about their main branches in Singapore Mandarin Gallery and Scotts Square but yet to try it out. Hence we are pretty glad to be able to get a taste of their food in Malaysia now
The majority of the menu leans towards Thai specialities with Japanese offerings making up a small part of the menu only. The few that I tried, I have to say the Thai dishes made a more positive impact. The food I've managed to try here is average at best (though there's still plenty to try as the menu is quite extensive). Prices may be a little on the high side (for both types of cuisine, especially the desserts) but some of the Thai dishes do come in generous portion-sizes. I'm not sure if I'm convinced to order from the Japanese section of the menu again since they failed to nail the salmon skewer which I thought is one of the easiest things to execute. Managed by the fine folks of Chakri (of which I had the pleasure of dining before), I think the Thai dishes here are still worth checking out as they certainly won't be as expensive as Chakri. Just don't go in with too high an expectation and you should come off satisfied.
Made popular by Kunio-Ichinose-san, the concept of giving diner total control over his meal by serving the meal in its most natural raw state and allowing the diner to sizzle his meal the way he wants it took Japan by storm when it was first launched in 1994. One of the fastest growing food chains in Japan, with more than 250 outlets in Asia Pacific to-date covering countries such as Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand, the Philippines, Indonesia, South Korea, Taiwan, Hong Kong and China, Pepper Lunch is a novel culinary experience you do not want to miss.
kelvintan3 posted www.ktheblogger.com 81 Reviews
They also have their special sauce which I also recall trying when I ate at Pepper Lunch sometime back which is the Garlic Soy Sauce And the Honey Brown Sauce