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The place was packed when we got there on a weekday. You'll need to be proactive to get yourself seated. The captain will not come to you to take your queue number so you'll have to go to him to do it. We noted that the service here was quite fast once you are seated.
suyee posted su-yee.blogspot.com 402 Reviews
I go for dumpling Ramen RM8.80. not bad la the price.
what is outstanding about them is their different variety noodles such as spinach and carrot (although you could hardly taste the difference but they sure are "eye candy").
This time I returned to Paramount Garden Coffee shop, PJ and ordered two bowls of Lor/Loh Mee (around MYR6.50 for a bowl) for lunch.
A mound of thick round noodles topped with ikan bilis, chopped scallion, a wee bit of table sugar, pork sliced and chopped, and tiny cubes of cracklin', all crowned by a snow-white poached egg. Kin Kin's pan mee delivers on its promise -- ultra chewy noodles and a la jiao light on oil and heavy on slow-roasted chili flavor that elicits a sharp tingle, rather than the sort of tongue-searing burn that might overpower the dish's other tasty ingredients.
Extremely terrible service!!! All you've read about the grumpy owners are TRUE. Grumpy, rude, moody - get ready to be scolded! Also get ready to wait 40mins for your pan mee to arrive during peak hours. SMALL PORTION and EXPENSIVE. I would highly highly recommend going to Super Kitchen across the road - they also sell chili pan mee and it's JUST AS GOOD (seriously!) except you get excellent service, a bigger portion and the place has air-cond. Same price. Another horror story about Kin Kin: My malay students wanted to learn about pan mee so they walked into Kin Kin to observe how it's cooked. As soon as they walked in, the HORRIBLE owner shouted "OI BUAT APA SINI! SINI JUAL BABI LAH!" - yeap Kin Kin owners are seriously huge babis. Instead, they went to Super Kitchen and the owners were SO NICE that they offered my Muslim students vegetarian pan mee to taste. DO NOT GO TO KIN KIN. Go to Super Kitchen.
Hokkien restaurant that's been in the same family, at the same spot, for over seventy years.
taufulou posted www.taufulou.com 674 Reviews
I am certainly satisfied with this homecook recepi version place, although the price is slightly more than any average “Tai Chow” in KL yet its still worth to spend it.
Sit back and enjoy an all-day dining experience featuring Malaysian and International cuisine, which includes an array of vegetarian options. An open kitchen is viewable from the tables, showcasing a team of talented chefs as they prepare sumptuous buffets and individual dishes. The restaurant's relaxed ambiance is an excellent locale for a business meeting, casual interlude, or family meal.
d_luaz posted mystage4u.blogspot.com
And the best dish of the day is smoked salmon
If you are wondering why this eatery uses Extra Super Tanker as a name, it is because the owner finds it rather unique and easy people to remember. Just like the distinctive of the name, the customers, in addition, said that the food they are serving also unique in taste and hardly can be found in any other restaurants. Opened in July 2004, Extra Super Tanker is a Chinese restaurant in general but well known for it Seafood menu. They however, do serve family-type food preparation too. The head of chef, also the owner of the restaurant, always make sure that the food is prepared in its best. Therefore, most of the menu listed is required to be advanced in booking.
PureGlutton posted pureglutton.com 234 Reviews
True enough, when I bit into them, the sweet bouncy fresh prawn meat took me quite by surprise, in a very good way, of course. I was told only live tiger prawn meat is used, none of the frozen kind. Known as “Prosperous Fatt Choy Dumplings”, they are priced at RM8/piece and are perfect as a simple appetizer item.