Restoran Boston Baru in Klang is notorious for its long wait time. I have heard stories where customers have waited 3 hours just to get their food served.
Last weekend, I finally said 'screw it' and came here as early as 4.45pm to be one of the earliest customers. But what do you know, I still ended up being the second in line.
Among all the satay celup restaurants I have been to so far, McQuek's would be the cleanest and most comfortable. Converted from a bungalow, the seating arrangement is spacious and the indoor area is well ventilated. But what I really like about this place is the 'kampung atmosphere' it exudes, especially if you are eating at the courtyard.
Pong Kee has been around for more than twenty years and they specialize in Teochew-style seafood porridge and noodles. Light but tasty soup aside, fresh ingredients are also the core of their delicious offerings.
Ramen Izakaya Kazushi's owner is probably an ex-footballer who played for the Japanese national team. Either that, or he's an avid fan and collector of memorabilia and signed collectibles of the said team. From what we saw that night, this casual eatery is popular with Japanese expats hanging around after work.
If you love Nyonya Cendol, you should make your way to Summit Subang USJ as quickly as you can. There's a quaint cafe at the lower ground floor going by the name of Nyonya Cendol Cafe which serves possibly the best cendol in Klang Valley.