Easy to find just look out for CIMB bank and the restaurant is next to it.
I need to taste all in one go so I ordered the platter which consist of Deep Fried Chicken, Stuffed Sotong and Sambal Udang.
Once a while it’s good to move away from the original Malay Nasi Lemak and go to the Chinese version of Nasi Lemak.
Brilliant Nasi Lemak house started in Kepong back in July 2010. Over the years, they have expanded their business to have branches in Puchong, Damansara Utama and Kota Damansara. Bukit Tinggi in Klang was opened in Oct 2015. Their nasi lemak set is their best seller with side order choice of pork rendang, chicken nyonya, stuffed squid and shrimp. Their sambal is tasty, moist, spicy and with nicely diced onions in them.
Brilliant Nasi Lemak House
20 Lorong Batu Nilam 4B,
Bandar Bukit Tinggi,
Very extensive menu and we tried almost everything and can’t wait to get back there to try the rest.
We totally enjoyed our food and drinks.
Apparently for lunch the restaurant have a different menu serving local food such as curry laksa and prawn mee.
Thanks Nick for extending the invitation on chu 6 of CNY in Libeto.
Libeto Restaurant & Bar
Lebuh Batu Nilam 2,
Bandar Bukit Tinggi 1,
Call 010-231 7353
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,
I will only come to this restaurant for one thing, the Asam Laksa and not the other options like the fried Kueh Teow, Curry Mee, Prawn Mee or the Rojak.
It’s the original Asam Laksa from the famous place in Air Itam, Penang as I recognized the front man who was handling the food. He is one of the brothers from Penang and now spread his wings to Klang.
If you haven’t already known, Asam Laksa is a sour, fish-based soup noodle – a merger from Chinese and Malay elements known as Peranakan.
Restoran Angcle Peoh
42, Lorong Batu Nilam 21B,
Bandar Bukit Tinggi 2,