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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.
Pohkemon posted pohkemonfooddiary.blogspot.com 197 ReviewsSuperb
Perlama Seafood is one of the many many seafood restaurant in Klang. Honestly the place is stinks! The restaurant is float on the river (maybe is Klang River, not so sure) and the river is so dirty!!! We even witness a large amount of gabbage swim on the river in the middle of our surpose to be great lunch hihi. I didn't shoot the scenario photo because this is a food blog, so I don't want such a disgusted thing to be post here!!!
Hai Siang is not promoting white coffee, they are selling mostly old type "kopi" by Hai Peng.
I personally quite like Hai Siang kopitiam, for its old-shop deco, black hai ping coffee, chubby boss and one more thing: it doesn't feels or taste like other kopitiam franchise (it's unique). I like the black coffee (dark brown actually) with fried you char guai, with egg mayo or egg and ham (deadly combo) sandwidth. It had a reasonable lunch set called si dan fan as well, pretty alright for office lunch. I hope this place will keep operating, for the sake of its one of a kind uniqueness :)
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Saturday Night Vibes – an amazing evening of good food, fun and music starts from 6pm to 10pm at RM168nett per person. A beverage package is also available at RM88nett (which includes an Aperol Spritz, a light-hearted cocktail of prosecco, Aperol and soda & applies to diners of Saturday Night Vibes only) while the 1-for-1 Happy Hour is available from 9.30pm to 11pm – selected draft beers, house wines and cocktails are served.
Uncle Tan - he is origin from China Hokkien and ran this business for more than 30 years at here. They using charcoal stove to cook the rice from raw to keep the original taste of rice and chicken. Tips for you: you can ask for an raw egg and mix with the rice when serve on to your table, not many people know it, its taste really great! Don't forget to try their soup, they use steamer to steam it and keeps the original taste and vitamins!
YsquareC posted ysquarec.blogspot.com 40 ReviewsSuperb
Pancake: I thought zucchini is raw veggies that goes well with sandwich. I rarely see dishes prepared with cooked zucchini, not to mention pancakes. (ok, the savoury pancake is already a great shock ). One side of the pancake was bake to crust while the other side remain soft and cloudy. The zucchini was not overcook. The veggies remain it's moist with tender juicy filling. Onion sauce: Consuming the plain zucchini pancake is already a bless, but when both the pancake and onion sauce WOW! Exquisite! The oily saute do not moist the crunchy grill like layer of the pancake, but give an extra smoothing texture to the pancake. Need not to explain, the slightly salty sauce is the origin of the savoury taste for the pancake. Salmon: One of the best, or probably the best salmon I ever taste in my life! The fillet was not marinated, but it is reasonably fresh (of course you can't compare the freshness with a freshly slaughted Salmon sashimi~). It was also not over cook or still raw (I had some bad experience of raw and non fresh grill Salmon before -___-), very juicy, slightly oily with a crusty outer layer+skin, *muack* just the way I like my Salmon to be ^ ^ Mash Potato: No surprise in the mash potatoes. I think more milk can be add to enhance it texture and flavour.No comment on the mashed pea and sour cream topping, just decent I would say. Overall: 9.5/10 (A very new concept of specialty restaurant that focus on pancake. Rare, fun, excited, good experience) Taste bud indulgence: 10/10 (PHOP really amazed me, I like the surprises and unexpected taste bud experience, would like to come back to try more ^ ^) Purse saver: 8/10 (I know specialty restaurant will rank at higher price, but out of Asia, pancakes are just some normal daily meal, part of their life! Don't you think we deserve to charge lesser? Although geography constrain the receipt to be norm in Malaysia, but pancakes flour is very cheap in Malaysia! *>.<* ) Atmosphere: 9/10 (Warm with a classy touch, good place to hang out. The dim ligh in the shop is more romantic than the tables located outside)
ChristineLeng posted www.broughtup2share.com 450 Reviews
We both thought that if they have more selections of sushis and sets, this would definitely draw more customers in. Their lack of food options was a slight let down, but we were still satisfied with our orders. Hope to see more of Yoichi’s Japanese Dining again.
relishbyrae posted relishbyrae.blogspot.com 14 ReviewsSuperb
I have to say the pork knuckle is good. The skin is crispy, yet the meat is juicy and tender on the inside, not overdone. The pork chop is not bad, either, and it is reasonably priced at about RM 22.90. You might want to give these a try if you haven’t. The lamb boneless meat is tender, but it could be better if it was braised slightly longer. It still tastes a little gamey but I don’t mind at all as I like it.