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If I counted correctly, there are at least 5 to 6 Penang Char Koay Teow stalls in SS2's Wai Sik Kai. I would love to try all of them to find out which stall fries the best CKT but I can only eat so much. So I let the customers decide and picked two of the busiest stalls in the food court for my little experiment.
With the opening of Mak's Chee at 1 Utama Shopping Centre, you no longer need to fly to Hong Kong to enjoy a bowl of authentic Cantonese wonton noodle. The brand new restaurant serves the signature Mak's Chee wonton noodle, prepared by Michelin Chef Johnny Yu who is also the grandchild-in-law of Mak Woon Chee.
Bari-Uma isn't kidding when they claim their tonkotsu ramen to be super rich. If you like your ramen soup full-bodied, thick and creamy with a deep flavor, Bari-Uma should be on your radar. Established in Hiroshima since 2003, Bari-Uma offers two kinds of ramen: either pork or chicken stock based in shoyu, light shoyu and spicy flavors.
Among my close friends, I am known to be extremely picky when it comes to Penang style Char Koay Teow. So when I say that I have found one that is the definitive version of this iconic dish that every Penangites in KL crave for, you just have to take my word for it.
Sisters Place, a kopitiam-like restaurant at Pacific Place in Ara Damansara is your next destination if you are serious about satisfying your craving for Penang Char Koay Teow. As a bonus, the Curry Mee is great too!
Minori's a la carte buffet is only available on weekends for a limited time only (apparently they do this once a year) and it ends on the 29th Nov 2015. For those urgently looking for a good Japanese buffet at a mid-level restaurant that serves fresh food at an affordable price, then look no further than Minori. In fact, this was an extremely rare case where we actually enjoyed a food and beverage deal by Groupon and would actually recommend it to others.
Looking at the restaurant's elaborate decor and well-designed menu, you could tell that the management of Baan Kun Ya has put in a lot of heart and effort to bring customers a new dining experience. No matter where you look, something grabs the eye in this warm and cozy restaurant. When dining at Baan Kun Ya, it's important to save some space for desserts because they offer some of the more uncommon ones that are very worthwhile.