Restaurants in Ss3 @ Petaling Jaya – 11 Restaurants
They seemed to have their regulars who would bring their own tea. Oh well, to each their own. Perhaps it's because it's a neighbourhood restaurant, the friendly atmosphere or because parking is a breeze.
De Place’s Famous Bat Kut Teh, succulent fried Lala, Assam Vinegar Pork Knuckle, and more.
The restaurant is quite good. Suitable for family gathering or casual dinner with your friends. The service was quite good too and their restaurant was renovated not long ago.
low.b.leong posted foodbin.blogspot.com 474 Reviews
Nicely nestled in a corner shoplot in SS3, Petaling Jaya opposite a fenced up football field.
The chicken rice is fragrant and you if you are sitting within a few feet of the stall, you'll get a pretty good whiff of it's aroma. I like it. The rice is firm but not hard. The chicken is quite good too - not the best but very decent.
sumptuous.blog posted sumptuousblog.wordpress.com 169 Reviews
Apart from the food I’ve mentioned, they do have good Indian rice and tasty chicken rice too! Definitely a not to be missed when around the area.
It is located in a foodcourt but is partly hidden within the office blocks and the SS 3 football field.Hmm to make it brief , just go to the website I have copied and pasted http://www.friedchillies.com/index.php/site/detail/banana-leaf-at-selera-wawasan-food-court/ (Contact 0122167587 (owner's name is Mr Pandian, Operating hours 6.30 am to 7 pm)