I love the food, i go often, but I had asked for a large (for my whole family) and they gave me a regular. I had to spend an extra $21 on top the first $16 for the regular meatbox because the smaller one wasnt enough to feed them. I am very poor so this stressed me out. Very good food but it would be nice if the receipts said the details of your order.
Aladdins Kebabs - 5 Progress St
obelisk - 4 months ago
They are really good & polite people here working.
Nasi Kukus is great , other food also really delicious ....
The cooks inside really do their best to make it tasty ...
They have delivery ...
Enjoy & be safe
Please keep your distance at all times & where Mask
Bintang Bistro (Klang) - No. 32 Jalan Klang Sentral 3/ KU5
Clement R - 2 years ago
We had breakfast and dinner here lots of food options, when we were here for breakfast it was quite hectic, and roti canai station forgot our order, as they didn't have a proper system and didn't ask for table number, they really need to improve this. Dinner time there were several vendors and we enjoyed the nasi lemak here as well as pulut mangga, daging bakar Danok from qunyahx2 Station, night time service was good the owner and staff was friendly and there was live music.
Cafe Nasi Lemak Puteri - 22-1 Jln Elektron U16/H
Nik Nizam - a year ago
This is THE best restaurant if you’re looking for authentic Negeri Sembilan food in Kuala Lumpur
My favorites are Ayam salai masak lemak and tempoyak pucuk ubi petai.
Superb, authentically delicious
Restoran D Loyang - Jalan 1a/27a
Ahmad Ridzuan - 3 years ago
If you are in the neighbourhood do drop by for the good salted vegetable soup, rich, tasty and appetising at the same time. But the yam rice lack of its yam…. And that disappoint me.
Simpang Ampat Yam Rice -
CLL - 8 months ago
Ordered a seafood meesua and fried oyster omelette dough kinda thing called 蚝烙。
Mee sua had indeed a very starchy texture as many said, but still within acceptable range (and in fact I know a lot of girls who like this texture). Taste-wise it’s tasty with a Chinese wine flavour.
On the other side, the 蚝烙 had an interesting texture, where the end was crispy like a deep-fried egg, while the inner side was soft and doughy. It almost combined both Malaysian and Taiwanese version of 蚝煎 into one. Taste-wise, it’s mostly the type of fried-food fragrance, tasty but not too remarkable, and to me a bit too oily.
Overall, a place with tasty unique food. But due to its uniqueness (like you can’t find teochew food easily nowadays), the price is slightly on the high side compared to the ingredients you get.