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I'll give it a 3***rating. Ambiance wise a 4***. Good place to recommend for a meet up with friends as you can sit and chat comfortably.
Pas De Nom posted chillout-soulout-freakout.blogspot.com 471 Reviews
Overall: 3/5 - This is a thick carbornara version which is not really my type of taste. However, it was not that bad.
Welcome to Opus, the little bistro at The Bangkok Row with arguably one of the best Italian food in town. We want you to experience the spirit of Italy at Opus and share our passion for good food and wine.
spicysharon posted spicysharon.blogspot.com 315 Reviews
Overall Rating: 7.5/10. Can't say I'm remotely unbiased on the price paid of the dishes ordered. All in all, the dishes was well up to standard but to tag Opus Bistro as one of the best Italian Restaurants in KL, I shall digress.
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.
It's said to be the best satay in Kajang. The environment is clean and neat. The taste is not as good as their branch in Damansara Uptown, PJ. The meat is a bit hard because of overcook.
Very Bad service with very rude waiters. Satay is not that great either. Best advice not to go there. Just get your local satay.
I am truly disappointed with the food and service at Lala Chong Seafood Village in Ara Damansara. Was there on 16 Aug 2014 with my family for dinner, the captain recommended a prawn dish called 'gon jin har lok', we thought why not, when the prawn dish was served, the prawns are filled with Chlorine taste, we can even smell the Chlorine, we told the captain, he buat tak tahu, then we told the boss, he buat tak tahu too, then they started to avoid our 2 tables, and of course they still charge the prawn at full price without coming back to us for any explanation, shame on ur food and service!
After about an hour drive from KL will arrive at Coconut Flower. This place is definitely good for fresh seafood.
malaysiacuisine.com posted www.malaysiacuisine.com 127 Reviews
Overall, this place may seems to be worth a visit as it is a good place for cheap yet quality seafood and it is not so far away from the city.
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.