Restaurants in Puchong – 415 Restaurants
Sector 7™ is a drinking hole like no other, conceptualized after alien civilization which mimics its super sleekness and uber modernness. Come experience it today!
annna posted annna.net 230 Reviews
The restaurant is conceptualized after alien civilization which mimics its super sleekness and uber modernness.
201 Fried Glutinous Rice(RM4.5+) - I love this although it is glutinous rice but it is not the sticky version. 210 Fried Prawn Beancurd Roll(RM5+) - a bit oily but still taste good and crispy. 205 Fish Paste Eggplant(RM4.5+) - a type of yong taofu, tasted quite good with the sauce
relishbyrae posted relishbyrae.blogspot.com 14 ReviewsSuperb
Absolute Viet is another great place to fix your craving for Vietnamese food and the best thing about this Vietnamese restaurant is you pay a little for a pleasant atmosphere and good food. Isn’t that great? They have a very simple and comfortable setting for non-smoker in the restaurant, while the smokers get to enjoy their meal and the famous Vietnamese coffee overlooking the water feature in front of the restaurant. A big surprise I found in Absolute Viet when I see they serve tomato noodle soup! Frankly, that is the main reason we give it a try the first time we walked into this restaurant. That reminds me of my Vietnamese friend making me an authentic Vietnamese noodles with plenty of crab meat in tomato soup while I was visiting her in the United States, and it is very difficult to find a Vietnamese restaurant serving this since I return. At the price of only RM 9.90, I find it has similar taste of what I called the original, it is a little sour and mild in spiciness. I’m sure the taste would be further enhanced if they could replace the chicken with seafood (and that for sure will change the price as well); still it’s a very good and appetizing noodle soup, also my all-time favourite. It is always satisfying dining at Absolute Viet for the mouth-watering side dishes and scrumptious main course at very affordable price. A simple meal with 2 healthy main course and drinks would probably be around RM 30 or less, I call that an affordable damage especially when we are offered such comfortable, air-conditioned setting with music and pleasant service. This was the third visit to Absolute Viet and I know I am happy to be their regular customer.
relishbyrae posted relishbyrae.blogspot.com 14 ReviewsExceptional
The sliced chicken was tender, the cabbage was cooked to slightly softer and the rice cake was just so yummy. And we were glad we ordered the udon as the 2 portion of Dak Galbi seem slightly small for a couple. So, if you were to go in a group of men, you might want to order slightly more depending on your appetite. You do feel like having fried kuey tiao at some point but the secret recipe of the sauce has made the taste somewhat more delicious. It does not taste even close to Kimchi as it is not sour, but something you should really give it a try.
Hai Siang is not promoting white coffee, they are selling mostly old type "kopi" by Hai Peng.
I personally quite like Hai Siang kopitiam, for its old-shop deco, black hai ping coffee, chubby boss and one more thing: it doesn't feels or taste like other kopitiam franchise (it's unique). I like the black coffee (dark brown actually) with fried you char guai, with egg mayo or egg and ham (deadly combo) sandwidth. It had a reasonable lunch set called si dan fan as well, pretty alright for office lunch. I hope this place will keep operating, for the sake of its one of a kind uniqueness :)
The meat and seafood were very fresh and the soup was excellent too. But what we liked most was the special sauce that they provided. It was a sauce with sesame seed, fried onions, spring onions and chili padi. A bit sweet and lots of kick from the chili padi at the same time.
wenching_86 posted www.eatonlylar.com 208 Reviews
Their service was quite good and speedy. The total bill was RM34.10. Not a bad choice to visit for steamboat lovers. Try it out when you have the chance!