Western Fast Food & Spaghetti @ May Flower Seafood Restaurant and Food Court, Brickfields

If you love western food and you’re looking for bargain, Western Fast Food & Spaghetti is the place to be.

May Flower Seafood Restaurant and Food Court's Spaghetti and Chicken Chop with Black Pepper Sauce
May Flower Seafood Restaurant and Food Court’s Spaghetti and Chicken Chop with Black Pepper Sauce/p>

Spaghetti and Chicken Chop with Black Pepper Sauce is quite good. The spaghetti is slightly thinner, just like those you get in Kim Gary while the chicken chop is quite tender and the sauce is delicious. All this for only RM 9.90, it’s quite worth it.

May Flower Seafood Restaurant and Food Court's Spaghetti and Chicken Chop with Mushroom Sauce
May Flower Seafood Restaurant and Food Court’s Spaghetti and Chicken Chop with Mushroom Sauce

Spaghetti and Chicken Chop with Mushroom Sauce is equally delightful. Be warned though, the meal can be a little heavy for lunch and you may fall doze off on your office desk.

Price

  • Fried Kuey Teow – RM 4.00 (Small), RM 5.00 (Big)

Address

Western Fast Food & Spaghetti @ May Flower Seafood Restaurant and Food Court,
144A, Jalan Vivekananda,
Off Jalan Tun Sambanthan, Brickfields,
50470 Kuala Lumpur, MALAYSIA


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My Ratings (1-5)

  • Food – 4.0
  • Service – 4.0
  • Ambiance – 2.0

Claypot Chicken Rice @ Brickfields

Claypot Chicken Rice is unanimously one of the popular Chinese cuisines.

Brickfield's Infamous Claypot Chicken Rice
Brickfield’s Infamous Claypot Chicken Rice

Brickfield's Claypot Chicken Rice
Brickfield’s Claypot Chicken Rice

Sadly though, despite the popularity of the Claypot Chicken Rice in Brickfields, the verdict is the rice are quite soaky and not cooked properly while the others — the chicken, the sour fish and the rest are quite mediocre. The "Big" Claypot Chicken Rice is sufficient enough for four person, or two person if you are a big eater.

Certainly, not one of the best claypot chicken rice. If you are looking for claypot, I would strongly suggest B Sentral’s Hot Claypot Briyani Rice even though they are a different thing altogether.

Price

  • Claypot Chicken Rice – RM 6.00 (Small)
  • Claypot Chicken Rice – RM 11.00 (Big)
  • Lo Hong Ko – RM 1.10

Address

Opposite 7-Eleven,
Jalan Tun Sambanthan 4,
Off Jalan Tun Sambanthan, Brickfields,
50470 Kuala Lumpur, MALAYSIA


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My Ratings (1-5)

  • Food – 4.0
  • Service – 3.0
  • Ambiance – 3.0

Uncle Lim’s Fried Kuey Teow @ May Flower Seafood Restaurant and Food Court, Brickfields

Uncle Lim’s Fried Kuey Teow is another addition to the variety of food available in May Flower Seafood Restaurant and Food Court.

May Flower Seafood Restaurant and Food Court's Fried Kuey Teow
May Flower Seafood Restaurant and Food Court’s Fried Kuey Teow

Uncle Lim’s Fried Kuey Teow is quite delicious. The ingredients are generous while the kuey teow are fried to perfection. In some places, you’ll see the kuey teow ends up either burnt or uncooked, but the char kuey teow here doesn’t only look good but taste good as well. Definitely top my list for Fried Kuey Teow in Kuala Lumpur, if not the whole Malaysia.

Price

  • Fried Kuey Teow – RM 4.00 (Small), RM 5.00 (Big)

Address

Uncle Lim’s Fried Kuey Teow @ May Flower Seafood Restaurant and Food Court,
144A, Jalan Vivekananda,
Off Jalan Tun Sambanthan, Brickfields,
50470 Kuala Lumpur, MALAYSIA


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My Ratings (1-5)

  • Food – 4.0
  • Service – 4.0
  • Ambiance – 2.0

Peter’s Pork Noodles @ May Flower Seafood Restaurant and Food Court, Brickfields

May Flower Seafood Restaurant and Food Court in Brickfields is a food court by day and a seafood restaurant by night. During lunch hour, this place is packed like hell.

May Flower Seafood Restaurant and Food Court's Dry Pork Noodles
May Flower Seafood Restaurant and Food Court’s Dry Pork Noodles

Dry Pork Noodles from Peter’s Pork Noodle is one of the best sellers but after waiting for 15 minutes (because of the orders), I am quite disappointed that the pork noodle is just mediocre. It is still nowhere close to Yit Sieang’s Pork Noodles.

Price

  • Dry/Soup Pork Noodles – RM 4.00 (Small), RM 4.50 (Big), RM 0.50 (Add egg)

Address

Peter’s Pork Noodle @ May Flower Seafood Restaurant and Food Court,
144A, Jalan Vivekananda,
Off Jln Brickfields,
50470 Kuala Lumpur, MALAYSIA


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My Ratings (1-5)

  • Food – 4.0
  • Service – 4.0
  • Ambiance – 2.0

Pork Noodles – Restoran Yit Sieang @ Brickfields

Restoran Yit Sieang in Brickfields is popular for its pork noodles.

Restoran Yit Sieang's Dry Pork Noodles
Restoran Yit Sieang’s Dry Pork Noodles

Dry Pork Noodles in Restoran Yit Sieang is one of the most tasty pork noodles, at least, in KL. It is good for breakfast, lunch and dinner (even though the restaurant is not opened for dinner).

Price

  • Dry/Soup Pork Noodles – RM 4.00 (Small), RM 4.50 (Big), RM 0.50 (Add egg)

Address

Restoran Yit Sieang,
Jalan Thambypillai, Off Jln Brickfields,
50470 Kuala Lumpur, MALAYSIA

My Ratings (1-5)

  • Food – 4.0
  • Service – 3.0
  • Ambiance – 2.0

Delightful Chinese Food – Restoran Sin Kee @ Brickfields

Restoran Sin Kee in Brickfields, right across KL Sentral and Pos Express serves good food and has a wide array of dishes to choose from. One can choose to eat ala carte meals or order dishes to share, just like in any Chinese restaurants.

Restoran Sin Kee's Curry Pork Ribs Rice
Restoran Sin Kee’s Curry Pork Ribs Rice

The Curry Pork Ribs Rice is heavenly — the pork is so succulent and the curry is even better than those you eat in the prison. If you are a late comer during lunch hour, you’ll feel sorry for not coming earlier as it is easily snapped up by the hungry working people. And yes, just like many of its other ala carte meals, Curry Pork Ribs Rice have limited orders each day.

Restoran Sin Kee's Fried Rice
Restoran Sin Kee’s Fried Rice

The Fried Rice is just as good as most items available on the menu. Fried Rice comes with Chinese sausage (Lup Cheong), bits of Luncheon Pork meat, eggs, onions and prawns. I’ll have to say this is one of the best Chinese Fried Rice I have ever eaten.

Restoran Sin Kee also has tonnes of other items on its extensive menu and it’s a no wonder that it is usually fully-packed during lunch hour.

Price

  • Fried Rice – RM 7.00 (Take-away: RM 6.50)
  • Curry Pork Ribs Rice – RM 7.00 (Take-away: RM 6.50)

Address

Restoran Sin Kee,
194, Jalan Sambathan, Brickfields,
50470 Kuala Lumpur, MALAYSIA


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My Ratings (1-5)

  • Food – 4.0
  • Service – 3.0
  • Ambiance – 3.0

Bah Kut Teh @ Restoran Telok Pulai Bah Kut Teh

Teluk Pulai is well-known for its bah kut teh and Restoran Teluk Pulai Bah Kut Teh is one of the bah kut teh restaurants in Teluk Pulai.

Restoran Telok Pulai Bah Kut Teh's Bah Kut Teh
Restoran Telok Pulai Bah Kut Teh’s Bah Kut Teh

In bah kut teh restaurants, the bah kut teh is usually served in claypot unless it is the dry version.

Restoran Telok Pulai serves Klang’s famous bah kut teh like the other bah kut teh’s restaurants in Klang. The only difference in this place is that it is quite pricey. RM 22.50 for two person and we didn’t even order any Chinese tea.

Overall, it is not the best place in town to try out for bah kut teh, unless the other bah kut teh restaurants in Klang are all closed and you’re from other towns and are desperate to try out Klang’s original bah kut teh.

Price

  • Claypot Bah Kut Teh + Yu Tiao for 2 person – RM 22.50

Address

Restoran Telok Pulai Bah Kut Teh,
27, Jalan Teluk Pulai,
41100 Klang, Selangor D.E., MALAYSIA.

My Ratings (1-5)

  • Food – 3.0
  • Service – 3.0
  • Ambiance – 2.0

Kim Gary Restaurant @ AEON Bukit Tinggi Shopping Centre

Kim Gary Restaurant is one of the few restaurants besides Oldtown White Coffee that is usually packed with patrons in AEON Bukit Tinggi Shopping Centre.

Kim Gary's Fried Pork Chop with Shanghai Style Vegetable Rice
Kim Gary’s Fried Pork Chop with Shanghai Style Vegetable Rice

Kim Gary Restaurant’s Fried Pork Chop with Shanghai Style Vegetable Rice served with Shanghai Style Soya Sauce is quite hearty and is one of the few dishes that is not oily. The fried pork chop is succulent and it is surprisingly satisfying.

Kim Gary's Hot and Spicy Noodles with Pork Chop in "Typhoon Shelter" Style
Kim Gary’s Hot and Spicy Noodles with Pork Chop in "Typhoon Shelter" Style

Hot and Spicy Noodles with Pork Chop in "Typhoon Shelter" Style is served in a huge bowl like in most Japanese restaurants. However, the noodles portion is extremely small compared to the bean sprouts, which occupied half the bowl. The curry is indeed spicy but there’s really nothing special about this.

Kim Gary's Coffee in Hong Kong Style (Cold)
Kim Gary’s Coffee in Hong Kong Style (Cold)

Coffee in Hong Kong Style (Cold) is quite mediocre compared to the coffee joints. Even though it’s only RM 2.80, I would prefer Oldtown White Coffee anytime. Furthermore, OLDTOWN White Coffee is only RM 3.20.

Kim Gary's Coffee in Hong Kong Style (Hot)
Kim Gary’s Coffee in Hong Kong Style (Hot)

The same applies to Coffee in Hong Kong Style (Hot).

Price

  • Fried Pork Chop with Shanghai Style Vegetable Rice served with Shanghai Style Soya Sauce – RM 9.90
  • Hot and Spicy Noodles with Pork Chop in "Typhoon Shelter" Style – RM 12.90
  • Coffee in Hong Kong Style (Cold) – RM 2.80
  • Coffee in Hong Kong Style (Hot) – RM 2.80

Address

Kim Gary Restaurant,
Lot F11, First Floor AEON Bukit Tinggi Shopping Centre,
1, Persiaran Batu Nilam 1/KS 6,
Bandar Bukit Tinggi 2,
41200 Klang, Selangor D.E., MALAYSIA.


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My Ratings (1-5)

  • Food – 4.0
  • Service – 3.0
  • Ambiance – 4.0

Hakka Restaurant @ Jalan Kia Peng, Kuala Lumpur

Hakka Restaurant, located along Jalan Kia Peng has been a sight most of the KL lites cannot ignore. Hakka Restaurant has been in existence for 43 years with its first branch started in Sungei Wang Plaza.

Hakka Restaurant's Herbal Chicken
Hakka Restaurant’s Herbal Chicken

The Herbal Chicken is quite succulent and yet pleasant to eat.

Hakka Restaurant's Assam Fish
Hakka Restaurant’s Assam Fish

Assam Fish is delectable — not too sour, not too spicy, just the right taste.

Hakka Restaurant's Tofu
Hakka Restaurant’s Tofu

The Tofu is however quite bland and ordinary.

Hakka Restaurant's Sweet & Sour Pork
Hakka Restaurant’s Sweet & Sour Pork

The Sweet & Sour Pork is crispy and quite juicy.

Hakka Restaurant's Vegetable
Hakka Restaurant’s Vegetable

The Vegetable is surprisingly not too salty despite the existence of the salted duck egg.

Hakka Restaurant's Dessert
Hakka Restaurant’s Dessert

Lastly, the Dessert which consists of mangoes, watermelon and honey dew is fresh and juicy.

Even though the food in Hakka Restaurant is top-rated, somehow it’s still overrated and too pricey. Perhaps, Hakka Restaurant is more suitable for weddings and dinner functions. Otherwise, there are many other Chinese restaurants that are better in every sense.

Price

  • Five dishes and dessert, serving for 10 persons – RM 183.60

Address

Hakka Restaurant,
6, Jln. Kia Peng,
50450 Kuala Lumpur, MALAYSIA


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My Ratings (1-5)

  • Food – 4.0
  • Service – 3.0
  • Ambiance – 4.0

Pan Mee – Restoran S.S.L Noodles @ Wangsa Maju

Restoran S.S.L Noodles which used to operate in the backstreet has now its own shop lot in Wangsa Maju. It’s located on the corner of Jalan 1/27B, the same row as 7-Eleven.

Restoran S.S.L Noodles' Dry Spicy Pan Mee
Restoran S.S.L Noodles’ Dry Spicy Pan Mee

Dry Spicy Pan Mee is a spicy bowl of noodles which is also known as "Ma Lat" Pan Mee and it’s quite popular among the restaurant patrons. Like all dry noodles, it comes with a bowl of fish balls.

Restoran S.S.L Noodles' Soup Curry Chicken Pan Mee
Restoran S.S.L Noodles’ Soup Curry Chicken Pan Mee

Soup Curry Chicken Pan Mee is also a favorite among the crowds. The amount of Curry Chicken is generous and it’s surely satiates.

Restoran S.S.L Noodles' Dry Curry Chicken Pan Mee
Restoran S.S.L Noodles’ Dry Curry Chicken Pan Mee

Dry Curry Chicken Pan Mee is, however, slightly disappointing. It tastes almost like the curry noodles in Chatter Kopitiam.

Restoran S.S.L Noodles' Soup Pan Mee
Restoran S.S.L Noodles’ Soup Pan Mee

Soup Pan Mee is also so-so. Perhaps the quality of Restoran S.S.L Noodles has dropped even since it moves into this new shop lot.

Patrons can choose the type of noodles of their choice, be it pan mee, noodles, kuey teow, etc., not all type of noodles match with all type of dish in the menu.

Restoran S.S.L Noodles' Har Kow
Restoran S.S.L Noodles’ Har Kow

Restoran S.S.L Noodles' Red Bean (Hot)
Restoran S.S.L Noodles’ Red Bean (Hot)

Restoran S.S.L Noodles' Iced Coffee
Restoran S.S.L Noodles’ Iced Coffee

While the Red Bean (Hot) is pretty good, the Iced Coffee is nothing close to those we get from the mamak stall. However, the pan mee is still quite worth it, for now.

Price

  • Dry Spicy Pan Mee – RM 4.50
  • Soup Curry Chicken Pan Mee – RM 4.50
  • Dry Curry Chicken Pan Mee – RM 4.50
  • Soup Pan Mee – RM 4.50
  • Har Kow – RM 4.00
  • Red Bean (Hot) – RM 2.00
  • Iced Coffee – RM 2.50

Address

Restoran S.S.L Noodles,
4, Jalan 1/27B,
Taman Desa Setapak, Setapak,
53300 Kuala Lumpur, MALAYSIA.


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My Ratings (1-5)

  • Food – 4.0
  • Service – 3.0
  • Ambiance – 3.0