Sai Kong (or Sai Gong) is a restaurant that has had a long presence in Kepong. Janwa Thai aside, it is also one of the restaurants that we could always count on whenever we...
Although Oppa Steamboat Buffet is not the first restaurant to come up with the idea of 4-tier steamboat, at least they doing it right. The variety of food you get is more than enough to keep you a happy camper. For RM45, you can eat and drink as long as you want until they close.
For nearly half a century, the only way you could enjoy Sze Ngan Chye's famous salted roast duck was to takeaway from their humble stall at Petaling Street. Since their first ever restaurant opened in Kepong, customers now have an alternative spot to purchase the roast ducks without having to go all the way to the city.
While most steamboat restaurants in Kepong operate in commercial areas, Popo Steamboat Cafe occupies a breezy, open space next to an industrial area. It might be a little challenging for outsiders to find Popo, but I assure you the extra effort will be worth it.