Sungai Buloh 5
This is John, he sells one heck of a good Penang prawn noodle in Sungai Buloh. He's from Balik Pulau, came to KL since 1989 and had a short stint as a chef at SS2's New Paris Restaurant. Shortly after that, he picked up the techniques of cooking prawn noodle from his sister, who now operates Say Huat coffee shop in Section 17.
He manned the prawn noodle stall at the said coffee shop for almost 20 years, before deciding to relocate to Sungai Buloh about 7 years ago.
Now, he's stationed at Golden Kim Wah, a new coffee shop that just opened for less than 2 weeks. It's the most spacious and cleanest coffee shop in the vicinity.
With its fair share of celebrities customers local and oversea alike, Restoran LYJ can be considered as the most successful restaurant in Sungai Buloh. The head chef of LYJ has numerous culinary awards under his belt and he is proud to showcase them by plastering them all over the restaurant. Pun Choy, a traditional village […]
Sungai Buloh is not only well known for their specialty restaurants. You could also find a rare and traditional Hakka pancake at the new village area. The stall has been around for more than 30 years and their business has bloomed recently thanks to more media coverage. There are so many names given to this […]
If you like to dine at Chinese restaurants (those serving course dishes) then Sungai Buloh is a great hunting ground to start with. There are a number of skilled chefs here and each of them have his own specialty and signature dishes. But there are so many restaurants to choose from in the new village […]
At Sungai Buloh there is a chain of Chinese Restaurant being operated by three brothers. They are all successful and always draw crowds from nearby townships for their cheap and tasty signature dishes. Being brothers, you would think that they offer similar dishes but that’s not the case. Jeff Lee Kitchen is operated by one […]