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subendra
This is subendra living in Petaling Jaya (North). I am a Manager, work in Petaling Jaya (North). I like to hang out in Taman Tun Dr Ismail, Bangsar, Petaling Jaya (North). Malaysian variety, Western variety, Italian are my favorite cuisines. I also love Bar & Pub, Café, Restaurant.
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good variety... OK Aug 19, 2014   
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Categories : Chinese | Western variety | Café | Steaks / Chops | Noodles | Halal

Strawberry Fields is like Murni in SS2 whereby they have an extensive menu catering to all groups. From Thai specialties to western to snacks to local favourites. Even their drink & dessert options are quite huge.

The restaurant itself is a combination of 2 corners with an airy concept. Basic tables & chairs which are comfortable enough. Service is friendly & quick. Prices are decent. Parking can be a pain during peak times. They do open till pretty late like around 2am if not mistaken.

My recommendation would be to go for the Thai dishes. Very flavourful with right amount of spice. All made fresh. Their western options are just so so & best to avoid to be honest.
 
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Categories : Thai | Malaysian variety | Restaurant | Seafood

Orkid Ria is one of the many seafood restaurants located along Pantai Cenang and like all of them quite pricy. However one thing you can guarentee is at least it is worth the price when it comes to taste and quality. Service is friendly and fast. They get busy but turnover is quick. There is a good menu to help folks decide on what they want.
We had the most yummy fried fish and tom yam. Their spicy cabbage is also worth a try. The sizzling beef and mussels are okay. Similar to most Chinese restaurants. This place seem to have a mix of Thai and Chinese influence so expect sweet, sour and spicy flavours.
 
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good indian food... OK Aug 09, 2014   
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Categories : Indian | Restaurant | Noodles | Mixed rice

We reached Penang in the evening and this was our first stop for tea. The place is packed so some patience is needed before getting a table. Service I would say is rather crappy due to perhaps the crowd. What draws people to this place must be the food which was awesome. We had mostly tea time stuff like pulut, vaade, currypuff, kesari and baaji. Judging from the quality and taste I can imagine the rest would be just as good. They also make good tea to wash down all the food.
In terms of cleanliness I would rate this place similar like most indian restaurants around Penang. Not dirty but not clean as well. Do note it does get noisy due to being a closed restaurant however in my opinion that is half the charm. If you want a quiet fine dining place then obviously this isn't it but doubt you would get as good a selection of food and taste.
 
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good late night stop... OK Aug 09, 2014   
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Categories : Indian | Restaurant | Noodles | Mixed rice

Headed here after drinks at Soho for a bite to cap the night. Being a public holiday nothing much was open. End up being a surprising find as the food was good. We had capati rolls and butter cake which was awesome. Their murtabak is also worth a try but avoid the mutton soup. Way too oily. Their drinks are of decent quality and service was adequate. Price wise I would say normal for that area. Heard the nasi kandar isn't all that bad but too heavy so we never tried. Worth a stop when feeling peckish.
 
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drinks and people watch... OK Aug 09, 2014   
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Categories : Western variety | Restaurant | Pizza/Pasta | Noodles | Nasi Lemak

Not too keen on their food since we have so many varieties along Jonker Street but the Geographer Cafe is a great place to wind down, have some cold beers and people watch. The live music helps as well. Weekends are a riot here with Geographer and their competitor Ringo directly across taking turns providing live music. Service is so so and pricing is average. Best advise is to get some munchies along Jonker street, find a suitable seat, order your drinks and chill.
 
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