Registered: 2018-03-04 Last signed in: 2019-08-24
This stall serves wet and dry fried noodle. An old Malay man will fry the noodle. The noodle's portion is smaller but the price is also cheaper which is RM4. The noodle is also less salty compared to other places. A few pieces of chicken slices and cucumbers can be found in the plate.
This truck is the first truck along the road opposite Austin Park Hotel and beside a mini market. There are many food trucks selling lok lok but this particular one has the most customers. The smaller item costs RM1 while the more expensive item costs RM2. I like the fried small size pomfret fish which is so crispy and delicious. The chili sauce is also delicious too. Parking is difficult around that area.
This restaurant serves Minang style Malay dishes with white rice. It serves breakfast and lunch. For lunch, it has 30 dishes to choose from and you can take as many dishes as you like but you cannot refill it. Rice with dishes, drinks and fruit cost RM8 per person. Students only need to pay RM3. For those who pack, you can take one rice with 4 dishes and drinks for RM8. Would recommend to come on Saturday as it is easier to get carpark.
It serves old-school food and ambience. The mee siam is also tasty and they are very generous with the fried chicken portion. The bread is fluffy and toasted to perfection which combines well with chicken ham and egg. This Hainanese kopitiam is also famous for its chicken chop which you should try too.
I would recommend to eat their western dishes than Asian dishes as the owner seems to cook better western food. Their chicken chop with fried rice and coleslaw is one of the popular dishes as it includes rice which costs RM19.90. The onion rings cost RM10. A small bowl of coleslaw costs RM5. Apple juice and honey lemon hot drink cost RM4 and RM3 which are very plain taste like plain water. Even a plate of fried rice or noodle alone costs RM10.
Even though this hotel is a 3-star hotel, the services and facilities in the room is like a four-star hotel. It provides coffee and tea facilities, fridge and hair dryer in every room. Also every room has either twin queen size beds or twin king size bed. For the twin king size bed's room, 4 persons can sleep inside and the size of the room is big too which costs RM340 per night. For deluxe room, it costs RM240 plus. This hotel is surrounded by many cafes, food trucks and convenience shops.
This restaurant is famous for its yong tau foo and noodle. However, it also sells dim sum in the morning for breakfast. The service is slow. The restaurant is also packed with people especially on weekends. Waiting time is long. They do not serve Chinese tea too. It is recommended to go early or else many dim sum plates already sold out.
This cafe serves latte art and delicious scone. There are also chocolate, vanilla, caramel and various types of tea to choose from. The drinks are not too sweet too. The scone is not so sweet and very freshly made. The scone is served with jam and chocolate.
This dessert shop servers delicious snowflakes. It is a branch from Kuala Lumpur. One bowl costs RM15. It is not too sweet and flavour is just nice. However, getting a carpark is difficult even at night.
This stall is just beside the roadside. It sells fish rolls steamed and fried version, non fried fish crackers and sata. The fish rolls are not salty and it costs RM 1 per piece. Everything is hand made in the stall.