Restaurants in Section 14 (Seksyen 14) – 36 Restaurants
pamela_ybc posted www.malaysianfoodie.com 997 Reviews
Serai Platter (RM 25). The fluffy white rice which is infussed with the lemongrass brought us with the aromatic blend. Served together with the h honey squid, fresh acar, juicy fried chicken, and oxtail asam pedas. It’s so delicious and the blend is such a heaven. The chicken is well marinated and it’s meat is juicy and tender
One of the famous original milk tea in Taiwan and developed with variety of tea-based and non tea-based beverages.
cecilia_qianqian posted misscawaii.blogspot.com 56 ReviewsSuperb
Honey toast is very famous in Hong Kong than in Malaysia. However, honey toast introduce form Taiwan is really not bad and provide another freshness taste in town. Should go and try the honey toast they are make.
The set up was spacious, especially the outdoor area, and graffiti drawings adorned the walls. White tablecloths, small lampshades, tea light candles and fresh daisies completed the décor, and the place felt cosy and inviting.
When2Meets2 posted when2meets2.blogspot.com 182 Reviews
renaelyng posted thegardennom.wordpress.com 76 Reviews
A good and underrated restaurant that somehow due to public perception and generation gap has not quite managed to replicate their Singaporean successes. Give it a try, and rediscover home cooking. Tasting the food at Soup Restaurant, the gNOMes realized just how frighteningly high the average Malaysian salt intake is. Don’t let the rather old-fashioned design put you off nor the name ‘Soup Restaurant’, give it a whirl and you are in for a surprise.
isaactan posted www.isaactan.net 327 Reviews
Tung Yuen Chinese Restaurant also serves 4 types of auspicious yee sang for abundance of good luck and prosperity, namely Yee Sang with Sliced Abalone and Salmon Fish (RM240+ regular RM360+ large), Yee Sang with Salmon Fish (RM100+ regular RM150 large), Yee Sang with Jelly Fish (RM80+ regular RM120 large) and Vegetarian Yee Sang (RM40+ regular RM60+ large).