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Due to changes in the currency exchange rate between the ringgit and the yen, Yakiniku Toraji has improved their signature premium course menu (while retaining the original price) to correctly reflect its true value. Not only the course will include more meat, some of the existing items have been upgraded as well. Lastly, you definitely would not want to miss Yakiniku Toraji’s weekday set lunch. There are two types, one comes with marinated Wagyu beef at RM30 (limited to 10 sets a day) and the other is served with Australian beef (no limit) at RM40. Every set is also accompanied by an appetizer, rice, salad and soup. Trust me, it’s super worth it
Soak in the luxurious ambience of Lafite, and enjoy its classic French dishes and excellent collection of wines.
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Beats and Brunch at Lafite is priced at RM499 nett per person, 12noon - 3pm, every FIRST Sunday of the month only... the next one being on 3rd Sept, followed by 1st October, 5th Novemeber and 3rd December. For the drinkers, you'd know that a bottle of Verve retail is already between RM220-RM250, and that's from the shops....Drink any bottle at a 5 star establishment will probably be around RM400...so from that angle, if you love food and bubbly, its a reasonable deal.
A place for Bacon Lover , Bacon & Brews offers a Western-Asian theme to all their meals . a cafe that serve all their food with bacon bites . Bacon themed cafe , with food ranging from Kimchi fried rice to Bacon carbonara and Bacon cheesecake . The cafe itself is quite a relaxing with warm white lighting making the ambiance a cozy .
The prawn mee and yong tau foo are the two stalls you should head straight for when you're here. The prawn mee can rival some of the best I've had and their fried shallots are as fresh as you can get, so make sure you ask for extra (for a small fee lah) if you're a big fan of fried shallots like me. Also, don't miss the extra-long fried fu chuk roll with your other favourite yong tau foo types while you're here.
Pisco is a Spanish bar whereby located in the very heart of Changkat @ Bukit Bintang, KL. It’s a marriage of Spanish hot bloodedness and the poised, chic ambience that we’ve come to expect in a good bar to celebrate and unwind. Recently, Pisco Bar has expanded and opened a stylish new space that offers the ideal layout for variety of events.
I revisited Sekinchan Catch at One Utama to have a bowl of Red Grouper fish slice noodle (soup) again (MYR25 nett) but was told that it was not available for the day so I settled for the next best fish slice noodle.
2NDFLR, a modern take on European cuisine, combining passion & creativity. The rustic & warm setting would be just right for an enjoyable dining experience
Reasons to visit: a chef who is passionate about good quality food and getting the basics right; definitely try the dishes that I cannot pronounce, the ‘2ND FLR Maultaschen’ and ‘2ND FLR Cheese Spätzle.’
We are selling biryani and spaghetti door to door basis around subang jaya, putrajaya,cyber jaya puchong,and shah alam area. visit me at MGR caterer at facebook.com
Rselva Kumaran postedExceptional
Truly homemade and awakens the appetite to taste the cuisine ...and delivery is on time..just order a day before or earlier is fine ....the price is also reasonable...simply superb ...
Yamaguchi Fish Market is inspired by Karato and Tsukiji Fish Market in Japan where the team sought to bring not only the highest quality and freshest ingredients to seafood lovers but the energetic spirit of the vibrant market as well. Diners will delight in a great variety of fresh-from-the-ocean sashimi and shellfish that the team directly picks up twice a week from the harbour and serve on the extensive and carefully curated menu.
Proud of our colourful heritage, our menu carries an exciting variety with recipes from all corners of Malaysia. It is this harmonious blend of flavours that makes us all 'uniquely Malaysian'. And just as Malaysians love sharing meals from Sepiring, we enjoy serving homegrown meals in a welcoming atmosphere that rekindles a joy worth sharing with friends and family over and over again. Sepiring - bringing people together one plate at a time.
Sepiring celebrating Malaysia 60th National Day with a complete durian-licious spread of drink, mains, and dessert. Sepiring, a homegrown restaurant chain, introduces three new offerings to their enticing menu that is inspired by the heavenly King of Fruits. OH, MY DURIAN! Promotion starts from now till September 30th, 2017.
OURS represent unity and togetherness. We want to put out food that is fresh, honest, delicious and healthy for everyone. We prepare wholesome salads, scrumptious wraps, bountiful sandwiches, comforting soups and more. If you’re craving something sweet, we have a whole array of desserts that will not only satiate your desire, but are good for you too. At OURS, we serve only the best, because you deserve the best.
Reasons to visit: Healthy, natural and tasty food; Excellent value for money; Beef Rendang, and don’t miss the Greek Yoghurt.
Tom Wambeck postedBad
Been a regular to Canton I at Mid-Valley every time we visited KL over recent years. About 2 years ago we spotted a rat/mouse running along a wall in the dining area. The manager laughed it off and said we could have a free dessert on our next visit, which happened to be last night. Let me be kind and say simply say that I would have to be paid to eat at this horrid restaurant ever again. The food was sub-standard for the prices charged and the service provided by long-faced personnel (including the manager) made it a dinner best forgotten.
I heard that a cafe with nice quality coffee has just started business sometime early July this year (2017) near the Leafz Condo so I dropped by to check it out. Cotton Tail cafe is located on floor 1, above a pharmacy. You can see the Leafz Condo behind it.
posted www.kenhuntfood.com 780 Reviews
There is no shortage of Malay food at Batu Maung but navigating the area requires experiences, especially without the aid of proper road signage and small alleys connecting the villages. One of the most popular places for Malay Rice at Batu Maung is Cafe Pinggiran Laut, an unassuming place by the seaside. Not to be confused with Kak Ani Kari Ikan Sembilang operating side by side, Cafe Pinggiran Laut is easily recognized by the clamoring crowd. The place starts as early as 11 am but expect the crowd to throng in slightly before noon. Most dishes will be gone by noon, so visiting before noon will be wiser choice... for the spread. There is a good variety here, from some uncommonly seen Kerabu to myriad of curry dishes (though most of them are Fish curries), down to the quintessential Fried Chicken and Ulam-Ulaman. The wallet-friendly price tag is also one of the pulling factors to draw the factories workers working nearby.