Registered: 2014-06-19 Last signed in: 2019-02-11
Satisfied with the fast service, which we were really in the rush to grab a food to fill up the super hungry stomach. Foods are keeping to standard, burger and French fries are served in piping hot. Meat are juicy and tender, fries are crispy at outside and soft in inside. Running 24 hours with drive through services. The only improvement needed, I guess, is the interior, with designed functional spaces in providing more cozy environment.
Bang Bang is a new brand in the market of Bakkwa, origin from Butterworth, Penang. We first knew of Bang Bang was at the food fair and they presented relatively good flavor. It is not over sweet or salty, importantly burnt charred part is not obvious visually. There are not too many choice of flavor but they do have Bakkwa in short stick shape, bacon form and gold coin. The Bakkwa is claimed to be non-preservative. Price is relatively low compared to many big brand.
A very tidy and cozy bakery located at the commercial shop lot besides Sunway Carnival Mall. Though there is another Bread History retail branch inside the mall, this branch is much quiet and provided ample of car parking lot. There are rows of choices of ready cake, pastry, bun and toast on the sell, all well presented.
A new opened hair salon in the town, but unfortunately it is just not the salon I would recommend for friend and family. There is only one hairstylist in the shop, which is also the owner, nothing wrong with the provided service, but I don't like the hair cut. He is little unskillful and unorganized in my personal opinion. Hair cut service charge is slightly higher compared to other stylist shop in town.
We were having a good family dine in at Bei Tou. Menu may not be overwhelmed with selections, but comprised of Taiwanese famous minced rice and thicken soup ramen, which fulfilled most of the appetite of kids and elders. Personally, I like the squid thicken soup, very sweet yet not fishy at all. Set rice only comes with RM10 and topping with a drink costs another RM3, pretty worthwhile. Food portion may not big, but absolutely feed enough small eater like me. Jelly bubble tea is nice too.
Bun, the origin business product of the owner, is the signature apart of many dim sum. Bun is good, but others dim sim fail to shine at their own. Fresh ingredients and wide selection of dim sum but shame that they are not delivered in right texture. I rather enjoy the white coffee here, well balance between bitterness and sweetness. Easy access from the main road but limited car parking spaces. Super friendly and polite services provided from the staffs.
The branch although comprised of both indoor and outdoor dining place, it is quite small and crowded. If you are looking for a cozy place to spend out the leisure weekend, it may not be the choice. Patrons are mostly shoppers who take a break after a tiring shopping, they are usually on the go. Other than small place, we had no complaint on the coffee and cake. Foods are keep to standard, particularly like the cheese cake not over dense nor sweet.
Buffet lover shall never miss Syok BBQ! You can go for steamboat and grilling or a 4-layer-pot that allow you to steam, grill, make soup and cheese at the same time! Ready foods like sushi, fried rice, spaghetti, cook chicken and pork, salad, swiss roll, ice cream are on the go as well. Seafood is undoubtedly fresh, owner is generous in offering big prawn, clam even crab. Staff is very attentive and really to help. All you can eat costs only RM54, which is rather cheap for a buffet price.