Restaurants in Sri Petaling – 60 Restaurants
This restaurant is situated on the same row as the Ipoh Chicken Rice Shop Seri Petaling outlet. Best thing is that you get to draw on their wall.
Pas De Nom posted chillout-soulout-freakout.blogspot.com 447 ReviewsExceptional
They have many types of soup for the steamboat but I only highly recommend their TomYam Soup. Everyday, this place easily full house especially on weekends. So please do call to reserve a seat to avoid disappointment. Without a doubt, the price for the steamboat is very expensive but the quality is there. So just spend your money on them without any worries. They have enough manpower so their service is excellent.
This restaurant is usually packed during dinner hour, some of you may wonder why they offer only plain soup with same ingredients but still famous among others? Reason is because their dishes are fresh
suyee posted su-yee.blogspot.com 402 Reviews
love the fish ball its really chewy. pork ball as well. over all is nice
There is a place hidden from hectic society silently operating in a cozy little shop. However the outlet is always packed with people walking in and out.
I think this is a unique (in terms of food) yet affordable cafe. We tried the mango salad, which had a classy presentation, with combination of wantan skin basket, sunflower seed, raisins and mayonnaise. The taco pepperocino (pasta with cuttlefish) is slightly spicy, yet refreshing (better than aglio olio). Seafood pumpkin is very unique and extremely filling (we got the whole medium-sized pumpkin), and the red sauce filling with seafood and rice is delicious nevertheless. The cafe might not be in a very prestigious neighborhood, but the food is unique and delicious, and affordable.
This restaurant specialises in cooking and serving wild river fishes that are caught in the Pahang state.
Duckie posted duckies-food-blog.blogspot.com 294 Reviews
The good thing about this shop is that the fish is always fresh and although it is a little pricy, it is worth considering the freshness of the fish.