Restaurants in Taman Tun Dr Ismail (Ttdi) (Taman Tun Dr Ismail, Jalan Tun Dr Ismail, Taman Tun Dr. Ismail, Ttdi) – 134 Restaurants
In the heart of TTDI, nestles a cozy little cafe called Mukha that draws its inspiration from a place of the same name in Yemen where traders from all corners of the world used to meet and trade coffee in the 15th century.
YilingL posted yilinglim.blogspot.com 232 Reviews
I love how the KL & PJ scene is quickly mushrooming with these indie joints that serves good coffee, comfort food and a cozy environment.
Popup stalls selling traditional Malay food delicacies for the breaking of fast, setup yearly for 1 month before Hari Raya.
Pohkemon posted pohkemonfooddiary.blogspot.com 197 ReviewsExceptional
Bulan Puasa!! What is the hottest activity during this amazing month? Of course the amazing Bazaar Ramadan around the country. Last Friday I visited the Bazaar Ramadan at Taman Tun to "tapau" some of our Muslim Friends special delicacy as dinner.
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Namprik freaks, take note, the Thai chili dips here that complement the raw vegetables, are fabulous – the Namprik Kapi (shrimp paste chili dip) and the Namprik Kai Kem (Salted Egg Sauce) are really addictive. I am definitely going back this week to check out their regular menu.
mimid3vils posted www.choiyen.com 419 Reviews
For a non-coffee drinker like myself, one of the important criteria for cafe hopping is the place must have some food or desserts that can intrigue my interest. Their Cheesecake from Mars was nonetheless very good indeed but hopefully there will be more savory offers in the future to lure me for a revisit.
In the year 2000, they opened their first restaurant in Taman Tun Dr Ismail serving Malay-Thai food using cooks from Pattaya, Thailand. Since then they have opened two more outlets, both at Tesco (at Mutiara Damansara in 2005 and at Ampang in 2006). The TTDI restaurant is usually packed during lunch and dinner so go there early if you are not prepared to wait.
Aether Cafe has a very simple, straightforward menu. We followed the staff's recommendation and ordered their red velvet waffle with vanilla ice cream, chicken and potato sandwich and also their signature apple stack dessert.
Chequers serve handmade Waffles using premium local & seasonal ingredients set in a fun and whimsical atmosphere.
If you are a great fan of waffles, you will be definitely be amazed with Chequers' waffles inspired creations of their chefs. Savours flavours of every kind from sweet to savoury with contrasting textures or flavours to please your senses. For me, I fell in love with their desserts; their waffle is great-tasting, light and crisp while the ice cream is of premium grade so tasty and creamy. Bon Appetite!
The branch out of Jalan Sultan’s Seng Kee Restaurant which famous and pioneer for claypot Lou Shee Fun. The restaurant owns by the same family and the taste are similiar with the original recipe. This restaurant serves more variety of dishes compared to the original Seng Kee’s. They serve rice and “Tai Chow” also besides the famous claypot lou shee fun and the wantan mee with fried garlic roast pork.
pamela_ybc posted www.malaysianfoodie.com 997 Reviews
We ended with the Sui Kao Soup where the pulpy sui kao (RM 1.20 per pc (min 5 pcs))which is wrapped with ingredients in it is simply good. Comes pulpy and filled with the juicy bites!