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If you are coming with a large group, it would be better if you make reservations. The decor is simple, yet elegant, with polished wooden furniture and Chinese paintings completing the interior.
summerkid posted www.malaysianflavours.com 544 Reviews
Personally, we like their Roasted Duck, Stewed Chicken with Chinese Wine, Stewed Tilapia in Szechuan Style and Steamed Beancurd with Fish Paste. Do visit Ducking Restaurant with friends and families for delicious Chinese homecook lunch or dinner.
Ochacha Cafe is a huge fan of green tea. In fact, their menu consists mostly green tea drinks, green tea desserts and some unassuming pastries.
wenching_86 posted www.eatonlylar.com 208 Reviews
Service was rather good and speedy. The price is quite high but the quality of the food and drinks are guaranteed.
WMW posted ugwug.blogspot.com 287 Reviews
It's not the best Nasi Lemak that I've eaten but it's good due to other reasons - it's piping hot, it's reasonably priced for that little hill, the joy of eating this with some seriously good Teh Tarik and with friends and last but not least, it's just a Malaysian thing!
The menu provides a large variety of spirits and beers (as well as ciders and stout), but only has a small selection of 'english grub' The service was friendly, pleasant and prompt ... even though the place was packed
lushia posted iloveyummyfood.com 90 Reviews
George and Dragon Pub carried a unique traditional English pub concept. It's definitely a perfect place for quiet lunch at noon and an ideal pub to chill out at night or perhaps, happy hour?
John King Egg Tart is originally from Hong Kong. Besides the traditional egg tart, they have durian egg tart, green tea egg tart, red bean egg tart and also egg white egg tart. The crust was fluffy and the fillings was not too sweet and super ’smooth’, melted once in to your mouth.
stevenycs posted craving4food.blogspot.com 281 Reviews
Definitely must try this one again on my next trip.
Ah Koong specializes in things fishy. The fish porridge is a wonderful, soul-satisfying dish, the simplest of elements (rice, water or broth, and a few other ingredients) elevated to heavenly heights. The fish cake is very tasty and springy.
kuanfoodfetish posted www.kuanfoodfetish.com 166 ReviewsExceptional
Ah Koong boast of their special made pure fish balls which contains no preservative. They were really good without the floury taste...
This Japanese restaurant which belongs to a British restaurant chain which is mostly based in London. This restaurant looks rather attractive, with bright colours and comfortable seats for customers. They do not keep sushi on the kaiten belt for more than 2 hours.
hAppYHapPy posted tailim.blogspot.com 740 Reviews
Overall, it is still a place for such Japanese food. Yo! Sushi