Restaurants in Queensbay (Queens Bay, Queensbay Mall) – 86 Restaurants
“Beef Noodles – originated from Chinese Tang Dynasty and created by the tribe of Hwei can be traced back to a rich history exceeding centennial. In the year of 1949, it was originally introduced into Taiwan by the expelled Chinese soldiers in order to sooth the feeling of homesickness towards their far-off homeland the consumption of Beef Chunks signifies not merely the satiable filling of stomach but also carries the meaning of remembrance towards their love ones with a mixture of affection. For Taiwanese, Beef Noodles has proven to be a taste of perfection and magnificent flavour and is namely inseparable in the mainstream of Taiwan food culture. Thus, it considered beyond the significant of “Street Snack” simplicity. Throughout the years, the scrumptious culinary & tastefulness of beef noodles has managed to penetrate to the heart of Taiwanese but also aiming to trigger the taste bud of peoples from all over the world.”
enqvist posted www.tasteiest.com 222 Reviews
Their ultimate goal is to allow local people enjoy authentic Taiwan food.
Service was great here with their bubbly friendly staffs. Food was good and ambience? Felt like it was overseas - the restaurant deco resembles what's being done in the USA. I think it's worth the price being paid for!
Kenhuntsfood posted www.kenhuntfood.com 780 Reviews
For pasta lover, go for their Garlic Spaghetti Vegetali (Rm 19.90) in which the beautifully cooked al-dente spaghetti will be tossed together with a few types of Vegetables.
“The Little Nyonya”, which was credited with raising public interest in the traditional Baba-Nyonya delights. Being that, “The Little Nyonya” did not fare quite well on its Nyonya Cuisine.
pamela_ybc posted www.malaysianfoodie.com 997 Reviews
The pandan chicken comes decentltly good with the tender juicy chicken meat in it. Each mouthful of the pandan chicken is sinfully delicious and flavourful.
YsquareC posted ysquarec.blogspot.com 40 ReviewsSuperb
Pancake: I thought zucchini is raw veggies that goes well with sandwich. I rarely see dishes prepared with cooked zucchini, not to mention pancakes. (ok, the savoury pancake is already a great shock ). One side of the pancake was bake to crust while the other side remain soft and cloudy. The zucchini was not overcook. The veggies remain it's moist with tender juicy filling. Onion sauce: Consuming the plain zucchini pancake is already a bless, but when both the pancake and onion sauce WOW! Exquisite! The oily saute do not moist the crunchy grill like layer of the pancake, but give an extra smoothing texture to the pancake. Need not to explain, the slightly salty sauce is the origin of the savoury taste for the pancake. Salmon: One of the best, or probably the best salmon I ever taste in my life! The fillet was not marinated, but it is reasonably fresh (of course you can't compare the freshness with a freshly slaughted Salmon sashimi~). It was also not over cook or still raw (I had some bad experience of raw and non fresh grill Salmon before -___-), very juicy, slightly oily with a crusty outer layer+skin, *muack* just the way I like my Salmon to be ^ ^ Mash Potato: No surprise in the mash potatoes. I think more milk can be add to enhance it texture and flavour.No comment on the mashed pea and sour cream topping, just decent I would say. Overall: 9.5/10 (A very new concept of specialty restaurant that focus on pancake. Rare, fun, excited, good experience) Taste bud indulgence: 10/10 (PHOP really amazed me, I like the surprises and unexpected taste bud experience, would like to come back to try more ^ ^) Purse saver: 8/10 (I know specialty restaurant will rank at higher price, but out of Asia, pancakes are just some normal daily meal, part of their life! Don't you think we deserve to charge lesser? Although geography constrain the receipt to be norm in Malaysia, but pancakes flour is very cheap in Malaysia! *>.<* ) Atmosphere: 9/10 (Warm with a classy touch, good place to hang out. The dim ligh in the shop is more romantic than the tables located outside)
Most of the servings are decorated with water chestnut leaves and small size tomatoes. Besides that, the staff were very attentive and we did not have to wait long for the food.
lingzie posted www.lingzie.com 195 Reviews
In Dragon-i’s Treasure Pot, the 18 ‘treasures’ include Chilean abalone, Japanese dried scallops, Japanese dried oysters, Premium Sea cucumber, prawns, roast chicken, braised pork belly, Golden money bags, fish maw, goose web, pork balls, mushrooms, black moss, dried beancurd skin, deep fried beancurd skin and bamboo pith. These ingredients are cooked in their special Pork Bone Broth.