Did a drop by to Damansara Uptown recently and found that Brother John was replaced by Burger-mbira, another popular burger stall which originated from Shah Alam. From what we were told, the coffee shop owner actually went out and around tasting numerous burgers to look for a replacement for Brother John. In the end, Burger-mbira was chosen and was persuaded to relocate here.
Continuing our food discovery in Kampung Baru, this time we found ourselves at D'Lala Seafood. Compared to the other restaurants within the same area, D'Lala is slightly more upclass and the premise was converted from a traditional Malay house. Our first impression was that "wow, this place is seriously clean!"
Our overall experience at Rosdet Tomyam was good and we can't help but feel impressed by the level of service we got. The waitress who attended to us was polite and all-smiles while our food arrived all at once within minutes after ordering. Forget about the hip and trendy, this is a gem in the heart of KL to visit for a cheap and satisfying meal.
Suraya Nasi Kukus, also known as Suraya 2 is the branch of the popular Suraya Seafood restaurant. Both are also in Kampung Baru and located only streets away from each other. The main branch is usually busy so I guess that's the reason they decided to open another branch so close to accommodate more customers.
Al Rifai, the largest nut retailing chain in the Middle East is now in Malaysia at Bangsar Shopping Centre. From nuts and chocolate, to dried fruits and a wide range of authentic Lebanese sweets and delicacies, Al Rifai has it all. Related Post Taman Sri Rambai Open Air Hawker Centre Croissant Delicatessen @ Plaza Damas, […]
** I really hate writing bad experiences but I guess it’s bound to happen. And on a rare occasion, I actually agree with TimeOut’s rating (2/5 stars) on Dancing Fish. Disclaimer: This is my blog and views expressed are my personal opinion. Related Post Kenny Rogers Mexicano Meal Uncle Tetsu’s Cheesecake @ 1 Utama 100C […]