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JiaTian
This is JiaTian . Korean, Chinese, Western variety, Thai are my favorite cuisines. I also love and Bak Kut Teh, Steamboat/Hotpot, Seafood.
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Fish head mihun soup_milk base OK Sep 29, 2013   
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Categories : Chinese | Restaurant

 
Restaurant sweet home is also one of the packed restaurant during peak/ lunch hours. It is located in Wisma Central. They served a wide range of chinese food. Was craving for something soupy, ordered fish head mihun soup. Soup is quite nice. Added milk but the soup base is not too creamy. Ingredients wise this contained fried fish, tomatoes, fish ball and mihun, sprinkled with fried onions and spring onions.Overall ok.
 
Recommended Dish(es):  Fish head mihun soup_milk base
 
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Categories : Chinese | Western variety | Restaurant | Steaks / Chops | Noodles

 
Central steak restaurant is very packed during lunch hour. Need to wait for a while for the food to be served. Ordered this fried rice with one sunny-side up egg. The fried rice is too oily for me. However, the portion is big enough for one person. Taste wise this is slightly tasteless. I need sambal or chili padi to eat with the rice. Did not managed to finish the whole rice.
 
Recommended Dish(es):  Chinese fried rice with egg
 
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Char Kuey Teow ( thin kuey teow) serves here is the best I would say. Taste wise this is salty but acceptable. Ingredients wise this contained prawns, vegetables and fish cake. Central steak restaurant offers a wide range of food ranged from Chinese food to western chicken chop. Normally people would go there for their fried kuey teow kungfu / hokkien styles. Heard that their chicken chop is actually yummy too.
 
Recommended Dish(es):  Char Kuey Teow_Hokkien style
 
Spending per head: Approximately RM5

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Ying yong hor fun OK Sep 29, 2013   
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Ying yong hor fun serves from Central Steak Restaurant came in a big portion. It contains vegetables, egg, chicken meats, fish cake etc Broth is not too thick. Taste wise this is normal. Not my best ying yong hor fun so far. In addition, the broth taste is too mild that the fried kuey teow and mihun tasted stronger than the broth. More like a wet fried kuey toew mix.
 
Recommended Dish(es):  Ying yong hor fun
 
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Yong Tau Foo OK Sep 29, 2013   
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Categories : Chinese | Restaurant | Yong Tau Fu

 
Ampang yong tau foo is one of the famous food in Kuala Lumpur. The yong tau foo here normally eats with chee chiong fan or just eat like this with sweet black sauce. In Johor, yong tau foo normally eat with noodles, rice or mihun. Served more like a soup for the noodles. But Ampang yong tau foo normally eat alone with the sweet sauce. Taste wise, this branch has a rather nicer homemade yong tau foo that gives flexible chewy texture yet not too oily like other yong tau foo. Overall ok.
 
Recommended Dish(es):  Yong Tau Foo
 
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