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Set in the beautiful Koi Center @ Sentul Park, is this nice little Japanese Restaurant which serves pretty good Japanese food for the price they charge though some items are little pricey. The Chef is actually from Japan adding a little authenticity to the food unlike some other places where you get locals who cook Japanese food which never really tastes the same. Do try it, but bring along cash as this place does not accept any credit cards.
Expensive, but taste very authentic. Best spanish place in Malaysia.
summerkid posted www.malaysianflavours.com 568 Reviews
Deep Fried Calamari is a addictive snack which is more than just crunchy with briny sweetness of squid. We ordered one for sharing initially but ended up ordering another two bowls. It is too good to share!
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.
The First Spanish Mediterranean Restaurant in Malaysia
CCFoodTravel posted ccfoodtravel.com 498 Reviews
Flamenco gets its paella right, too, serving salty, ample portions of seafood – a good mix of mussels, clams, shrimp, chicken, and vegetables but the only grouse from Eat Drink KL was was too little rice came with this classic dish.
This the only place provide you guys drive thru concept by call first then pickup later coz during peak hour between 8pm - 12 am. the only place in USJ open until 3 am. thier moto is "worth the wait" really mean something. This guy has been doing this for the past 9 year.
THEY promotes several dining environment, a romantic atmosphere for two in the skillful handmade underground cave. Giving you a surprise of creative artistic design from ancient stone age. THEY also catered for event, party and function through phone booking.
Everyone seem to be raving that its one of the best nasi lemaks in town. Nice curry but a bit pricey for the foods. Besides nasi lemak, they also sell variety of fried mee.
nickchan posted www.nickchan.net 94 Reviews
Yes, this place is consider one of the good Nasi Lemak in Klang Valley in my opinion.
BULGOGI BBQ HOUSE newly opened in December 2008 featuring authentic Korean food. It is run by a korean couple. Fresh ingredients and menu personally picked by the owner.Bulgogi BBQ House is name after the most popular Bulgogi in Korea. Bulgogi literally means “fire meat” in Korean. Bulgogi BBQ House offers traditional and contemporary Korean cuisines including soups, stews, seafood, Korean BBQ, noodles at reasonable prices. Meals are serve with side dishes. Bulgogi BBQ house use charcoal for barbeque, it gives a good flavour to the meats. The Kimchi is a fermented cabbage dish that is marinated with hot peppers. Bulgogi BBQ House's Kimchi taste good without bitter taste. Customers can enjoy light Korean meals as well as Korean drinks.
ericyong77 posted eforericyong.blogspot.com 337 Reviews
A recent craving for Korean bbq brought me to this place.