012-722 7209
Opening Hours
07:00 - 02:00
Mon - Sun
07:00 - 02:00
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Open Till Late
Review (1)
Level3 2015-08-05
Restoran ZZ Sup Tulang is one of the top restaurant that ever exist in Malaysia I ever known. I fell in love with this place from my first visit and until now. I'm going to share you a little bit of my experience from what I remembered.It was in Ramadhan month, my friends and I were booking a table in the restaurant for fast-breaking. I was the person in charge that in contact with the restaurant staff. He gave me great service eventhough by phone. When I asked him about the price and the menu, he gave me the picture of the restaurant menu. It make us easier to order food so that when we arrive at the restaurant, we don't have to wait for our meal.The place was nice, it was kampong-style. We got to choose whether we want to cross-legged or sitting on the chair. We chose cross-legged as we were convenient in that way. The cross-legged space was in a gazebo with tacco-hut. It was a very nice deco and the light quite romantic.The best part was, when we arrived at the place, our meals were ready on the table. We were just have to wait for the breaking-fast time.We were having a great dinner. Their Ikan Siakap Tiga Rasa, Sup Tulang, Tomyam Campur, Puyuh Goreng, Udang Goreng Tepung were marvellous!I don't eat Puyuh ussually but this one, it got me right. Udang Goreng Tepung are quite crunchy and the prawns are the big one as my broadband size. Haha!Eventhough the restaurant is well-known for its Sup Tulang, Gearbox Soup and all, but seriously I recommend you this one. Ikan Siakap Tiga Rasa here is one of the best I ever taste. The last same meal I ever taste was during my studying time in Port Dickson. I will get back to it soon.As for the price, it is quite cheap. You can have all the menu I ordered at less than RM 100 and that included drinks and other relevant charges. All of our menu are for 6 people dine-in. continue reading
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