Restaurants in Subang Jaya @ Selangor – 463 Restaurants
just been there on this CNY of the Moneky day no.4 and you can be able to judge a restaurant by its doors! The waiters who are foreigners show disinterest in serving you and the airconditioners seem like they have not been serviced for a long time! When my korean seafood noodles is served, I realise neither the prawn or the clams are fresh. Don't waste your time and money here! Your roadside seafood Tomyam tastes a lot better and costs only a fraction!
jkdrooling posted jkdrooling.blogspot.com 199 Reviews
Poached egg is perfect. Hollandaise sauce strays a little towards the sourish side but still acceptable. English muffin is soft and spongy, highly absorbent of the sauce. Salad has apple cider dressing thus sourish as well. Bacon is pretty good too. All of these make my RM10 thoroughly worthy!
Cozy, warm chinese fish head noodle specialty cafe that suits everyone. Family can drop by for dinner, co-workers can fill their hungry tummy during lunch and youngster can hit the cafe anytime after class for its long operating hours. Really worth a try, especially the SangHar curry fish claypot !
Bad, not coming back . No service with service charge..soup is mild n no taste at all.....
Halal Steamboat Restaurant located in USJ 11, Subang Jaya. The cozy air-conditioned restaurant served with ALL YOU CAN EAT at reasonable price for your craving for food needs. Pay us a visit together with your family and friends and enjoy the freshly cooked steamboat in the house.
HALAL STEAMBOAT @ USJ 11 serving the all you can eat at cozy, relax and air condition area with ample parking.
This is one of the other 2 famous Taiping shredded chicken Hor Fun and they are actually from Taiping where the 1st generation started in Taiping in 1955!
food2buzz posted foodtobuzz.blogspot.com 415 Reviews
Their main dish in the menu is Kueh Teow Soup with Shredded Chicken but I don't quite like it.....So I tried something else!!!
Food-truck style, Walk-ins welcome,Good for children,Takeaway,Catering
sebrinah.yeo posted sweet-blessingz.blogspot.com 13 ReviewsSuperb
We spotted this "Little Fat Duck" food-truck right at the carpark opposite of Public Bank (near RT Cafe/RT Pastry) and was intrigued by the idea. I've only seen it on International TV but never seen it nor tried it in Malaysia. I'm talking about "western/italian" food on a food-truck not the common known Ramly burger trucks, nasi lemak trucks or soya bean trucks etc.