Restaurants in The Gardens Mall (The Gardens) – 77 Restaurants
It’s about dining in modern elegance and tempting your palate with delectable French & Japanese nouvelle all as you gaze at Chef Daniel and his team preparing scrumptious selections in front of you.
Romantic restaurant with good food. The complementary breads are served warm which is great!
The Italiannies outlet at Mid Valley Gardens has a rather cozy and elegant interior. Coupled with the warm lightning and magnificent view overlooking the city, it does enhance the romantic ambience of this cozy little restaurant.
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The Classic Roman Marinated Rack of Lamb @ RM78.00 is also a new item on the menu. The rack of lamb was in marinated in classic Roman-style and was then grilled to the doneness of your choosing – best is medium raw and served with spinach cream and mashed potatoes with parmagiana sauce. Since our lamb was cooked medium raw, it was pink and slightly bloody in the middle. This is easily the best dish of the night.
A contemporary ambiance that alternates between sophisticated, classy and adoring, the mirrors on the wall did gave an extended look to it. Ventilation was good... as it was seriously cold, *they should work on this*, but the service was excellent. Friendly staffs welcomed us responsively and good recommendations is what you'll get.
pamela_ybc posted www.malaysianfoodie.com 997 Reviews
The restaurant brings us with the cozy environment and service were absolutely two thumbs up.
People making the xiu long baos in the open kitchen look rather local and "amateur", after all this is a dish originating from Shanghai, so maybe a more foreign face could do the trick. Dishes are still unavailable but its pretty much a good alternative to Dragon I as they offer some different dishes and since both of them are in Mid Valley. Din Tai Fung serves “Siau Long Pau”, little dumplings filled with either pork, crab meat, shrimp or mushrooms and alittle brooth. The place was not to bad, food came quickly, taste was good, a little pricy, but worth it.
enqvist posted www.tasteiest.com 222 Reviews
We are really surprise by the creativity to convert sautéed Xiao Long Bao into dessert, Xiao Lon Bao fill with Red Bean and Chocolate that has really nice combine flavor. Sweetness from Red Bean and bitter taste from Chocolate really make a good combination.
I have really enjoyed the scrumptious flavours of Vietnamese cuisine at Ăn Viet. There’s plenty of dishes that easily caters to every one of all ages. Portions are generous for the price and I would certainly return for the following dishes of Xoi Chien Phong, Banh Trang Nuong, Pho Bo, Bun Cha and Grilled Lemongrass Chicken!