Citarasa Steamboat

Of all the steamboat restaurants in the Klang Valley, Citarasa Seafood Market Steamboat is probably the only one which adopts the market concept whereby customers are given the choice to choose their ingredients before the ingredients are sent to their respective tables. Yes, the ingredients itself and not the ones you choose on printed menus….

Chong Ko Hakka Noodle

The best part of Chong Ko’s noodles was their chili sauce. Although the noodles were already very good on its own, we enjoyed adding in their chili sauce into the noodles and eating it drenched and mixed with their Hakka chili sauce. It was rather spicy and had a kick to it, definitely something not…

Lou Wong Bean Sprout Chicken

Very popular eating spot and serves chicken feet too. Opens for lunch and dinner. If not served, just need to get the attention of the person taking orders. Drinks is served separately as just need to pick from the server walking around with drinks. Food and drinks will be billed together upon you asking for…

char siew zhai WanTan Mee

Char Siew Zhai is known for the unique way the dish is prepared. The egg noodles are quickly cooked in hot water and then tossed, high up in the air, before being plated, seasoned and other condiments added. I was immediately apprehensive. Ambiance: 5/10 Price: 6/10 Food: 7/10 (Non halal) Verdict: Famous for their roast pork…

Chateau De Caffeinees – KL

De Caffeinees is a unique cafe restaurant and as the name suggests, the cafe offers a fusion menu of authentic European cuisine set in a romantic garden setting. When I first heard of the name, the first thing that came into my mind was wine. Ambiance: 7/10 Price: 7/10 Food: 7/10 (Non halal) Verdict: A…

Char Siew Yoong

Despite paying for a char siew recipe from another hawker, he discovered not all the secrets were revealed to him. Instead, he tweaked the recipe through testing various recipes from cookbooks. – Must try the caramelised char siew! So crisp and tender with just the right balance of fat and meat. The roast chicken was…

Cai Ji Steam Fish Head

Cai Ji is famous for their Fish Head dishes. The Spicy Chinese Bean Paste Fish Head is my personal favourite. Topped with deep fried pork lard and spring onions. For those of you who loves just normal clear fish head you can go for the Steamed Fish Head with Ginger and Deep Fried Onions. The chilli…

Brussels

I’d say the best thing about the place might be the selection of Belgian beers, but passing off what is considered supermarket brands like Stella Artois as exotic Belgian beer doesn’t do justice to a country that produces some 600+ fine craft beers. Ambiance: 7/10 Price: 8/10 Food: 7/10 (Non halal) Verdict: Place is spacious,…

Brunch & Munch

Brunch & Munch’s menu revealed high potential to be a great porky joint on this side of town. I like how almost every component are prepared in-house and the injection of unexpected local ingredients in some of the western dishes. Ambiance: 8/10 Price: 8/10 Food: 8/10 (halal) Verdict: Moving on to the food part which was…

Black Tower

Food is very nice range from RM15- 30 plus, selling western delights and also cakes. However I will not recommend the coffee. I am sorry. There is a mini Eiffel Tower outside where you could take picture with. Huge space and also it’s surrounded with Windows so everywhere is nice for photos. Parking friendly, staff…