Restaurants in The Curve Shopping Centre (The Curve, The Curve Shopping Mall) – 69 Restaurants
In Movenpick Marche Restaurant. You get to see for yourself the freshness and quality of the produce; smell what’s baking in the ovens; hear the food sizzling; and watch the food being prepared right in front of your eyes, fresh from the “market”. Marché (pronounced as Mar-shay), stands for 'market' in French and goes by the motto “Eat in a colourful market-place atmosphere”.
I went with a group yesterday and we felt it was a tragic experience. The food portions were tiny and very expensive for what I perceived as 'simple, homestyle of cooking'. These are the few things that really made me boil...RM16.90 for a 'starter soup size bowl' of aglio olio vegetarian spaghetti, the crumble cake was AWFUL (badly made butter cake), & the salmon crepe was really nothing to shout about. I heard food is cheaper if you become a member but why would I anymore? After 2 tiny bowls of v. spaghetti, 1 latte, 2 desserts + salmon crepe the bill came up to RM91 for 2 persons.
Offers many unique and delicious pancakes. They have some imported sauce on the table which includes mustard, chilli sauce, and tomato sauce. There are over 100 items to try here so I guess it will take awhile to try out everything even if you come here once a week.
summerkid posted www.malaysianflavours.com 324 Reviews
When burger is always defined as unhealthy food, Paddington House of Pancakes adds in healthy elements to their burger by replacing usual white bun with buckwheat pancake; taking effort to make grilled, homemade chicken patty instead of using frozen patty; add more vegetables like capsicum, onion and tomato; even though calories loaded cheddar cheese and fries are still in sight.
The Apartment, a cozy little place that has great decor and ambiance. The service excellent, the food tantalizing, the price a little high, but worth it.
isaactan posted www.isaactan.net 211 ReviewsExceptional
Fancy having some good food over a cozy homely restaurant at The Curve? Well, drop by The Apartment then, specially designed to cater to diners who are looking for a casual dining experience. A couple of weeks back, I had the opportunity to dine here sampling their "Unlimited Flavours of The Ocean" menu.
Italiannies has to be one of my favourites places to eat at The Curve - it’s consistent, the portions are big, the ingredients are of good quality and the atmosphere is pretty nice.
taufulou posted www.taufulou.com 513 Reviews
Italianese is one of a brand that I assocciate closely to Sofia Pizza (in Melbourne Camberwell) when I back to Malaysia and head to KL during my first job in KL.
TGI is located in The Curve, Mutiara Damansara. Nice place to dine in and a great place to watch a football match or to have a drink with your peers.
YouHadYourLunch posted youhadyourlunch.blogspot.com 208 Reviews
Lunch may not have been quite awesome enough to bring that wonderful feeling of Friday to life, but for a filling Sunday lunch when we lacked imagination for what to have to where to go, it was fine.
With a LCD panel at every station/table, we can go through the menu, scroll through the varieties, place and send our orders to the kitchen with few clicks on the mouse.
jowynna posted jowynna.blogspot.com 7 ReviewsGood
I enjoyed their 'success' yee sang, it was fresh. but there's only 3 thin slices of salmon.
The concept of their business is very similiar with J.CO Donuts & Coffee in Pavillion KL. The logo of both company is differentiate by a lady for J.CO and a building for Big Apple. Box and price structure also is similiar. We don’t know who copy who but there are differences in the flavour of the donuts offered. In terms of service, Big Apple is better than J.CO. For my taste I prefer Big Apple more than J.CO because the donut are softer and taste better.