The Kafe if only half a lot of a shop so the place is actually very small and cozy. Nice actually when you can really interact with the staffs/owners easily. Do not expect a big list of items in the menu because they only served nothing but pork. They have the Siew Yoke and Porchetta as a dish itself or with Sandwich and Man Tao.
Because the portion was big we ordered one Sandwich with Siew Yoke – bristling with Oriental flavours, with pickled vegetables, cucumber, cili padi, honey mustard & coriander, encased in a crispy-fresh baguette.
The taste was unbelievably great. Something unique and awesome.
Kafe Crack Pork
59G, Jalan PJU 5/21
47810 Kota Damansara,
Whenever I’m in Kluang in Johor I will never fail to step into the Kluang Railway Station’s Canteen for breakfast. Truly good local food.
Great that now they have one outlet opened in Selangor which I can frequent for their delightful Coffee, Nasi Lemak Ayam Berempah with 5 types of Sambal to choose from and also the Mutton Rendang with bread.
Restoran Rail Canteen
Jalan PJU 5/2,
47810 Petaling Jaya,
The Chicken Briyani Rice is pretty good and tasty and is only served during weekends. The set comes with Kurma Curry which goes very well with the rice.
This Indian Muslim restaurant is only a stone’s trow away from the Klang KTM’s Station.
Was looking for a place to have lunch and happened to see this restaurant and without hesitation we walked into it and ordered the Claypot Chicken Rice with add on Salted Fish and Chinese Sausage.
The whole thing was so good not so wet and not so dry and very aromatic with all the combination of ingredients.
Restoran Choong Kee Kampar Claypot Chicken Rice
80, Jalan SS22/25
47400 Petaling Jaya
One of the few decent Japanese restaurant in Klang.
Not many have tried Natto or even heard of it before. It’s the Japanese fermented soybean. Soft and sticky in nature and not much of a flavor. We started of with this as an appetizer. We ordered an array of items which include assorted Sashimi, Sushi, Edamame, baby Octopus, Grilled Salmon Head and cold Soba with Tempura. Every bite of food we wash them down with the Japanese green tea which is high in antioxidant. Overall the food is fresh but a bit pricey. The total bill was RM270.00 for 3 persons intake.
Sabi Wasabi Japanese Restaurant
26, Lorong Batu Nilam 21A,
Bandar Bukit Tinggi 2,
The noodles were perfectly braised in dark sauce with a savoury wok taste, smooth and slippery textures. Consist a decent amount of ingredients like seafood such as prawns, vegetables and sliced lean meat but was topped with a generous amount of crispy pork lards.
20-11, Lorong Batu Nilam 3F,
A good selection of Dim Sum not too little and not too much. Overall the taste is good and at reasonable price.
Restoran Choon May Dim Sum
No.44, Jalan Bayu Tinggi 2A/KS6,
Taman Bayu Tinggi,
The noodles here is so good that if you come after 10am you will be told to leave because they have finished selling them. In certain days of the week Curry Laksa is also being sold which is also so good.
This shop is not like any other ordinary shop so don’t keep your hopes high hoping for a decent place to eat but for me as long as the food is good who cares.
No Name Shop(just beside Hing Ket Grill House)
Lot ? Batu 3¼,
A typical Kopitiam that sells a variety of food under one roof for breakfast and lunch.
The fish and meat balls noodle stall is the best which is therefor worth mentioning and this one man operator with the help of a Myanmar women only caters for those who take their lunch late as he opens his stall just before 2pm. That explains why his stall is situated on the walkway and not inside the shop.
The broth he uses is very flavorsome and the fish and meatballs has got a lot of texture.
Restoran Tien Chuan
93, LEBUH SETAKA
Taman chi liung,