Registered: 2016-08-14 Last signed in: 2018-11-12
One of the oldest stalls along the kepong main street, known as wai sik kai. This place serve delicious curry mee. The curry broth is brilliantly rich, creamy and aromatic with coconut milk. it comes loaded with chicken slices, pork skin, tofu puff, green beans and cockles. Another popular dish is their chee cheong fun which a must to try. There are a few other noodles available such as prawn mee, chicken hor fun, yee mee, wantan mee and clear noodle soup. Price reasonable.
Very authentic Penang Peranakan cuisine served in this beautiful bungalow runs by owner who hails from Penang Nyonya heritage can certainly whips up a range of awesome Nyonya dishes. The dessert is nice, marvelous cendol. The ice is smoother and not chunky. Good dose of saltiness which goes very well with the generous supply of santan and gula melaka. They accommodate private party. Highly recommended to have the booking in place prior.
Spacious food centre with many stalls serving varieties of local, western, Japanese dishes. Famous stall serving Yong Tau Foo, unfortunately was not open on the day of visit. Tried the satay, thai fried rice, tom yam, which are not bad at all. Reasonable prices. Choices of beverages also available. The good thing is the venue is spacious, high ceiling and airy.
Nice vegetarian restaurant with friendly staffs there. Offering wide varieties of chinese, western cuisine to choose from. Choices of rice, noodles, and snacks able to fulfil the appetite of patrons. Restaurant is comfortable and clean. Price reasonable. Recommended to try their seaweed veggies popiah. Serving fresh vegetable and delicious.
Decent restaurant serving varieties of noodles like their Signature Pan Mee Soup, Sitiawan Gravy Pork Knuckle, Curry Chicken Pan Mee /Rice, Ginger Duck Pan Mee/Rice, Dry Pan Mee, Herbal Braised Chicken feet, Mushroom Pork Ball Soup. Tried their signature pan mee soup. The soup base is sweet and tasty. Their nasi lemak rice is not bad. With lots of ginger, shallots, garlic grinded into the rice. Fragrantly please with the taste.
This restaurant located at an unlikely location among all the car repairing workshops. The restaurant is an open space with ceiling fans and wooden tables and chairs. Their signature porridge is delicious where is more of the Teochew style where rice grains are still whole and more watery. There were decent amount of meat chucks and fish fillet in the piping hot porridge. The crispy tufo silkengoes well with the home made chili.
Casual kopitiam place for patrons to have breakfast and lunch. There is this stall serving rice wine pork noodles which is quite famous. Reasonable pricing. The pork cutlets are fresh. Soup base very tasteful with sweet fragrance of rice wine. The entire bowl of noodles is just appetizing.
Batu Caves is a an iconic and popular tourist attraction in Selangor, attracts thousands of worshipers and tourists, especially during Thaipusam. It has three main caves featuring temples and Hindu shrines. The main Cave is known as the Temple Cave and is accessed by a steep flight of 272 steps. The cave serves as a Hindu Temple devoted to Lord Muragan whose 42 meter high gold statue stands guard outside. The newly rainbow colour paints on the steps are simply amazing.
Popular for night owls. Can be crowded over the weekend. Serving souvary snacks and cakes. Popular with their fancy varieties of fruit teas and coffees. The place is pretty crowded during the weekends. The ambience of the outlet is spacious with comfortable seats. Food is fairly good but service quite slow.
Small and very attractive outlet adapting circus fun concept, with colourful combination as a theme. Kids will be attracted to this outlet. Very convenient place to get a quick bite either dining in with seats available or take away using their easy to eat packaging. Quite a big slice with a price of less than RM10. Choices 9 selections of varieties pizza available. Also extra choices of snack such as fried popcorn chicken or bbq chicken drumlet.