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This is WendyLee living in Kuala Lumpur City Center. I am a MIS, work in Kuala Lumpur City Center. I like to hang out in Kuala Lumpur City Center, Petaling Jaya (North). Korean, Chinese, Western variety, Arabian are my favorite cuisines. I also love Hotel Dining, Bar & Pub, Café, Sporting and optimistic life philosopher and Desserts, Any delish food that is cheese-related.
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BAAN 26 THAI RESTAURANT Smile Oct 23, 2015   
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Categories : Thai | Restaurant | Seafood | Noodles

Sawadikapp!

Welcome to Baan 26, a Thai restaurant that has been residing at the happening streets of Changkat Bukit Bintang for over 9 years now. Widely known for trendy nightspots amongst local and tourist, a decent Thai restaurant is the least I expected to have found here. Interestingly!

 


Nicely decorated with a mix of both chic and aesthetic value in the air-conditioned surrounding, with some artsy ornaments around to spice up the bold reddish hue and warm ambience, are what greeting the guests upon stepping in.

 

 
Featuring authentic recipes from the humble Thai kitchen, Baan 26’s offerings are indeed full-bodied and satisfying, showcased with a slight modern twist while retaining its original identity as well as the traditional flavours.

 

 
The day of our visit was not so friendly with the scorching hot weather, and so we immediately went for the thirst- quencher while flipping through the menu to decide on which items we should highlight later.

LEMON APPLE MINT (MYR 16)

Simply cooling!

 
WATERMELON JUICE (MYR 11)

 
Love the bouncy bites of these seafood appetizers

PRAWN CAKE (MYR 32- 4pcs)

Greeting the palates with soft patty within and crispy on the outside. Generously made into a springy doughnut-like shape and each mouthful bite is a joyful one. Something inventive and uncommon from the usual fish cake. Nevertheless, my vote still goes for the Prawn Cakes by Café 9 which boasts a better indepth flavor, nyum nyum……

 
Ah, my favourite basil plate is here!

BASIL LEAFFRIED RICE WITH SHRIMP (MYR 28)

Juicy and succulent prawns are fragrantly fried with rice till the must-have ‘wok-hei’ pre-requisite is achieved. Would be great if more basil leaves are used to live up to its basil-themed dish. Nevertheless, I still enjoy it pretty much.

 
PUCUK PAKU WITH BELACAN (MYR 24)

Savoury and crisp stems of pucuk paku served crunchy with dried shrimps crumbles and chili. A toothsome dish to whet the palate indeed.

 
PINEAPPLE LEMON CHICKEN (MYR 25)

Tender chicken cutlet deep fried and dished up in a a sweet and savory gravy in the hollowed pineapple as the bowl.

 
CLEAR TOM YAM WITH PRAWN/ SEAFOOD SOUP( MYR 36)

An appetizing flair with spiciness en route much later.

Assorted fresh seafood such as huge prawns, mushroom, chicken meat, squids and fish are all flavourfully cooked in the piquant and spiced clear broth of tom yam. Goes well with a bowl of white rice but not for people who have a mild tongue, so do get yourself with some water ready by the side (=

 

 
THAI PINEAPPLE FRIED RICE WITH SHRIMP (MYR 25)

Love how the pineapple rice is fluffily fried with each grain of rice is thoroughly enveloped with spice and flavor, moistened up by juicy bites of citrusy pineapples dices and the nutty kick of cashew nuts.

 
THAI MANGO SALAD WITH CRISPY CAT FISH (MYR25)

Sour and spicy interlude!

I was hoping to sink my teeth in a decent portion of the fried cat fish rather than in the flaky crackling forms though…………

Combination of spicy mixture of unripe mangoes, onions,dried shrimps and chili. I. I find that the crispy catfish a little bit salty but it does have a light and fluffy texture. The cat fish is blend and deep fried.

 
LIME & CHILI STEAMED FISH (MYR 55- Seabass/ MYR 45- Tilapia)

It’s a salubrious dish that is highly recommended.

Bounteous piece of sea bass that is freshly steamed with sour and spicy relish, simply served heartily with chopped garlic and chili padi.

 
CENDOL AND SAGO WITH GULA MELAKA (MYR 10)

A rather hit-and-miss case here, where the crushed ice is too big for a slurpy enjoyment, and the sticky sago that tends to coagulate together doesn’t help either. However, the fact that the gula Melaka is served separately in a ceramic is most welcomed as diners get to adjust to their preferred level of sweetness.

 
WATER CHESTNUT WITH COCONUT MILK RED RUBIES (MYR11)

Would never fail to have this quintessential pick in every Thai dining. Indulgently served in chilled coconut milk topped off with cutesy red rubies made of water chestnut, accompanied by tangy jackfruit slices.

 

 
MANGO STICKY RICE (MYR 17)

Signature dessert plate from the Thai region. Love the warm glutinous rice bite that is perfectly paired with the thick coconut cream that injected some light coconut brininess to the nosh.

 

 
COCONUT SHAKE (MYR 16) as the perfect sweet ending!

It’s very fragrant and original as you could really taste each and everything little bites of the blended coconut. But I would be happier if the fibrous desiccants are either finely blended or properly sieved through for a better palate. Taste wise, no complain and it’s good.

 

 
Baan 26 Thai can be located just a few minutes’ walk away from the hawker-food central, Jalan Alor, and further down the road is the famous Jalan Bukit Bintang with its myriad of dining, shopping and entertainment options. So have an enjoyable feast and relaxing stroll along the road and continue to enrich your gastronomic journey yummily as you might not know what you would stumble upon after the next junction. Best food are usually quite hidden till it’s target-locked by adventurous foodies (=

Cheers for now and Carpe Diem! ❤ℒℴѵℯ❤

 


Location: No 26, Jalan Changkat Bukit Bintang, Bukit Bintang, 50200 Kuala Lumpur

Contact: +603 2142 8878

Business Hours: Mon – Sun 12pm – 3pm (lunch), 6pm - 12:30am;

Sun & Public Holidays 3pm - 12:30am

Website: http://baan26.com/

 
Date of Visit: Jul 03, 2015 

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NAUGHTY NURI’S  Smile Oct 23, 2015   
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Categories : Asian Variety | Indonesian | Restaurant | BBQ

 
Ever wanted to get a taste of how the famously spread-by-mouth lusciously grilled pork by Naughty Nuri’s actually fares? Although Tony might have eased the life of many of us by making it possible for ‘Everyone to Fly’, but you actually need not go through all the hassle flying to Bali each time your craving for the luscious grilled meat kicks in. But instead, just drop by to the widely accessible neighbourhood of Sri Hartamas, for that’s where the Malaysian branch of Nuri’s is located.

 

 
Surrounding by decent lush greeneries, Naughty Nuri’s welcome guest to a Bali-infused ambiance with options to dine in al fresco or you could choose a cooler section with air-conditioning.It was initially founded by Ibu Nuri since 1995 back in Ubud, Bali, before brought over to Malaysia by Peter so that the local folks could have a share of the succulent recipes too, under the good hands of Executive Chef Andy.

 

 
Assorted memorabilia and Nuri’s trademarked souveniers are also displayed and available for sale alongside cheeky wall painting of pink piggies to spark some saucy gaiety.And what’s to idealize the merriment without any zingy performance? Wow, that’s my utter surprise too when told that a short, lively dance by the amiable team would accompany with every martini ordered.

 

 
LYCHEE MARTINI (MYR 25)

You could have this cocktail shaken or blended to be enjoyed with the juicy lychee pulp. For that sultry day, we just go with the recommended one by Robert.

 
ASAM BOI MOJITO (MYR 28)

Indeed a refreshful blend of rum, lime wedges, brown sugar and asam boi homemade syrup topped with soda to spice if your day further.

 

 
With zesty drinks, it’ll only be perfect with the presence of chunky but tender barbecued meat, which is the signature spare ribs by NAUGHTY NURI’S that is popularly known all the way back in Bali, Indonesia itself!

 

 

 
NAUGHTY NURI’S 1995 SIGNATURE BBQ SPARE RIBS (MYR 39- 1 SLAB)

Ribs are specially marinated with Balinese spice and chargrilled with a special sauce till its flavor got enhanced wonderfully. Each lace of meats are so juicy and you could easily slice through the succulent slab effortlessly. The coated thick glaze of homemade bbq sauce might be tad sweet to some, otherwise savoury to the taste bud.

 
Squeeze some lime juice for some piquant kick to pair with the addictive spicy sambal sauce.

 
Live grilling section

NAUGHTY NURI’S BBQ PORK LOIN (MYR 25)

For those who are consciously on diet but achingly dying to get a fair bite of the toothsome meat, then this is superbly fitting the bill. The juicy cutlets are mostly lean meats that are marinated with the similar tasteful Balinese spice before nicely chargrilled. Those who prefer fattier texture might not relish much in this barbequed pork loin but do not get disheartened as coming next one would surely make it up (=

 

 
CHA-CHA-CHA GRILLED PORKY SALAD (MYR 23.80)

Certainly not your average kind of boring salad!

Over here, Naughty Nuri’s salad would very much thrill pork lovers over the cloud nine with the porcine bestowed surprisal.

 
Get ready to sink in perfectly grilled marinated 5 spiced pork belly with mixed salad accompanied by crisp cucumbers, citrusy pineapple, uber sweet mango cubes, dried shrimps and almonds sealed up with homemade kaffir lime leaf dressings. Love the tangy honey-mustard vinaigrette dearly albeit am not a usual salad advocate myself, hehe.

 
Sorry if those pictures have gotten you drooling, but hey, worry not, as you could pop by here easily at this obscure ‘warung’ at Sri Hartamas, joining the crowds with this finger-licking good spare ribs that are slathered with yenning spicy-sweet sauce.

Cheers for now and Carpe Diem! ❤ℒℴѵℯ❤

 

 
Location: 2, Jalan Sri Hartamas 20/70A,Desa Sri Hartamas, Hartamas, 50480 Kuala Lumpur

Contact: +6019 339 9611

Business Hours: Daily (12pm-3pm; 5pm-1am)

Website: www.facebook.com/nnkualalumpur

 
Date of Visit: Jul 04, 2015 

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MANGO CHILI Smile Oct 23, 2015   
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Categories : Thai | Restaurant

 

 
Affordable and tasty authentic Thai foods with a kind aim of creating a platform to help the poor are what fueling the daily brisk business at Mango Chili that is located at Nexus Bangsar South Shopping Mall.

 

 

 
Apart from the daily F&B operations, the founder of this modern Thai case is also actively involved in CSR efforts –Food for Good project, where each meal will be provided free to a child in need for every meal they sell. In addition, certain amount gained from each business transaction would be contributed to underprivileged children communities such as Dignity For Children Foundation, Trinity Children’s Home, The Need to Feed the Need (kids@Chow Kit) and others, ensuring their tummy is also well taken care too, as well as hiring the poor and giving them skills and improving their standard of living. Such a noble act of the thoughtful entrepreneur.

 
Even the interior of the café is comfortably designed to be family-friendly with a vibrant corner for the kids to loom around safely at the mini playground.

 

 
The eatery is usually packed especially during the weekdays, so finding a table in the air-conditioned dining area might require some patience. But discouraged not as you are bound to be served attentively by the amicable and helpful team of Mango Chili.

 
So let’s get started on what’s instored for us by the bubbly and seasoned Chef Zul, shall
we?

THAI FISH CAKE (MYR 10.50)

Signature appetizer in almost Thai food serving restaurant. Each bite of the fish cake isa joyful and flavourful one.

 
BASIL CHICKEN SPRING ROLLS (MYR 10.50 -5PC)

Am rather thrilled to have tried the ubiquitous spring roll made interestingly with basil chicken meat fillings. Crispy on the outside but juicily soft in the inside. A simple delectable nosh that keeps you longing for more.

 
TOM YAM SEAFOOD (MYR 18.95)

Another iconic dish by our northern neighbor, seafood tomyam. Comes in light reddish soup, spicy sour soup that has been added with milk and deliciously filled up with assorted fresh seafood and meat that includes, scallops, squid, fish, chicken meat and et al. Goes well with a bowl of white rice.

 
DEEP FRIED FISH WITH TRIO SAUCE (MYR 42.30)

Sweet sour chilli, oyster sesame sauce and spicy seafood sauce to go with the deep fried seabass.

 
Truly one of the affordable and scrumptious fish dishes in town served lavishly with a crispy, soft fish meat, drenched in a very appetizing condiments that got us hooked on for more. Without realizing, am already harnessing the thought of ordering 1 whole plate for myself the next round of my return (=GRA POW CHICKEN WITH FRIED EGG (MYR 13.65)

Stir-fried chicken with Thai hot basil leaves.

One of the not-so-common Thai food that I usually have, but am really a true buff of basil herbs, so this particular dish does warm the cockles of my heart fondly. Each chicken bites are juicy and tender, coupled with loads of bounteous basil leaves that further add fragrance to the over all dish. Not too salty but dished up aromatically with just the right ‘wok hei’.

 
GREEN CURRY CHICKEN (MYR 15.80)

One of my must-have items in every Thai restaurant- green curry! The curry served here has a pleasant consistency, rich in flavor and very much ‘friendly’ to the tongue. So those who can’t endure too spicy grubs, this might be a good choice.

 
Soon, it’s dessert time to round up the feast on a sweet note.

The glorious chocolaty indulgence!THE MADAGASCAR KOPI KAU (MYR 13.65)

Injecting a slightly chic twist here than its peers, diners get to savour this decadent piece of confectionary gratifyingly. The brownie is served warm and very moist, literally melt-in-your-mouth while accompanied by a scoop of homemade gelato, namely Kopi Kau! As depicted by its name, the ice cream is really robust with the coffee flavor and we can’t help but to relish in it even faster! Haha…….

 
BUBUR PULUT HITAM (MYR 7.30)

Sweet sticky black glutinous rice dessert served with vanilla ice cream. Somewhat oriental elements here, I used to enjoyed the black glutinous rice with red bean cooked by my mom and never failed not to finish it up. Same goes for this homey bowl that equally amuse our palate.

 
For those who still prefer for some traditional recipe, then here you go;

RED RUBY WATER CHESTNUT (MYR 6.90)

A bowl of homemade rubies that is fragrantly served with julienned jackfruit and ice cream in a milky broth of coconut milk.

 
Alright, it’s time to have some cooling drinks to wash down the satisfyingly pampered tummies.

ALOE VERA (MYR 9.45)

Instantly reminds me of Korean eumshik drink =)

 
WILLIAMS PEAR FROM LYON SOUTH OF FRANCE (MYR 12.60)

Stay healthy with this 100% natural fruit republic juices that are made of pure fruit without any additives, colorants nor preservatives.

 
Signature mocktails may be?

Refreshing non-alcoholic drinks created using lemon grass pandan drink and earl grey tea as their beverage base.

POMEGRANATE POWER (MYR 11.55)

 
PASSION MANGO (MYR 13.65)

Concocted with some mango fruit bits.

 
Creating a sustainable platform to impact communities in NEED, has always been the core inspiration that keeps Mango Chili going for more, maintain the service quality whilst receiving support from the generous folks around. So do head over here for a decent and meaningful meal as it’s always happier to give than to take.

For every MYR 20 spent, a less-fortunate kid would be liberated from the tyranny of hunger. A simple gesture does make a huge difference.

| COME FOR FOOD | EAT FOR GOOD |

Cheers for now and Carpe Diem! ❤ℒℴѵℯ❤

 

 
Location: NEXUS Bangsar South City, No. 7 Jalan Kerinchi, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Contact: +603 2242 3737

Opening Hours: 10am – 10pm

Website: http://www.mangochili.my

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/mangochili.malaysia/

 
Date of Visit: Jul 05, 2015 

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PIG OUT CAFÉ  Smile Oct 23, 2015   
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Categories : Western variety | Restaurant | Burgers / Sandwiches

 

 
Quo vadis on a lazy Sunday noon? Let’s enjoy some ‘pigging out’ session with sumptuously inhouse marinated porcine dishes at the aptly named hideout- Pig Out Café!

 

 
It’s located somewhat new Parklane commercial center of Kelana Jaya, with most of the food are crafted passionately by Yan, whose won her spurs in previous catering venture that has garnered positive feedback from her clients, hence the brainchild of this café.

 

 
The humble establishment boats a homey feel with cheeky piggy-themed bric-a-bracs to enliven the atmosphere. Diners could enjoy honest home-prepared food within a cozy and fuss-free environment.For light eats, go for the promising soup………..

CARROT SOUP (MYR 6)

Served fragrantly with sprinkles of herbs

 

 
…………… without further ado, sink your teeth into what could potentially be the best appetizer, roasted pork meat. As if cholesterol can't get better than this,hehe………

POC ROAST (MYR 18) 200g prime belly cut marinated overnight and roasted with chunky cut carrots and potatoes, served with applesauce. Only limited portions are available daily, therefore it’s better to ring up prior to your visit to avoid any disappointment.

 
Seeking flavor-soaked porchine nosh? Then this supreme succulence certainly fits the bill perfectly. POC CHOPS (MYR 16)

Grilled shoulder chops served with garlic sauce, mashed potato and coleslaw.

 

 
Meat is thoroughly marinated and tasted lusciously to the palate, albeit the slightly simple presentation. The creamy mashed potato is good, comes with some light milkiness and not too dry with the equally tart homemade coleslaw too.

 

 

 
Don't miss the restaurant's own-made porky burger that is on par with those big names that are already known to the foodies of Klang Valley.

POC BURGER (MYR 16)

Patty, lettuce, onions, enoki and cheese served with fries and coleslaw.

 

 

 
The meaty patty is very juicy and tender at the same time, imparting its glorious jus when biting them. Apart from that, the portion is well prepared just nice for everyone’s ease of consumption whereby one need not to eat clumsily with all fillings tumbling down as you try to chomp down the huge sandwiched buns decently (=After a satisfying and flavourful feast, it’s time to clear the throat with some refreshing chillers!

 
PASSION FRUIT FIZZ (MYR 5)

 
STRAWBERRY FIZZ (MYR 5)

 
More notable new dishes would be introduced from time to time, so do keep abreast with its page for more of its deliciously made porky rendition.

Cheers for now and Carpe Diem! ❤ℒℴѵℯ❤

 
Location: No. A-G-3, Jalan SS 7/26, Selangor, 47301 Kelana Jaya, Malaysia

Contact: +6016 232 9248

Opening Hours: 12pm -4pm, 6pm-10pm (Closed on Wed)

Website: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Pig-Out-Cafe/211857955560030

 
Date of Visit: Jul 07, 2015 

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GYU-KAKU JAPANESE BBQ Smile Oct 23, 2015   
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Bringing you the best from the Land of the Rising Sun, Gyu-Kaku, a Japanese BBQ Restaurant which has garnered various accolade of dining awards, has been whetting the palate of local folks here with its moreish array of quality premium beef as well as tantalizing Japanese dessert. Gracing strategically at the friendly neighbourhood of Tropicana City Mall, Gyu-Kaku welcomes you to a cozy and smokeless sizzling session, where each table is equipped with a down draft system whereby the smoke is sucked in to the bottom of the table, which is a polar opposite to the common Yakiniku restaurants that see smoke sucked up through the vent, making guests’ face and clothes slightly smokey. Hence, no problems even if you are going for a date after the yakiniku session at Gyu-Kaku (= Over here, customers are ensured of a comfy dining experience where customers share and cooked meats by themselves over a flaming charcoal grill while indulging in the camaraderie gleefully within the an ambiance of elegance and conduciveness.

 
And so, we started off with the recommended appetizers like……….. WAKAME SALAD (MYR 9.90) Greens mixed seaweed and green with Japanese citrus soy dressing. It’s light and refreshing, perfect as the prelude before the mains. And the wakame is also a joyful companion to be served cold this way

 
HORENSO SALAD (MYR 9.90) Japanese style spinach with crispy garlic and goma sesame dressing. Somewhat more saporous from the former one with the aromatic sauce, its bounteous and crisp leafy greens are equally inviting and health-promoting too. Love the generous helping of the crisp and additive bites of garlics dearly.…………………. or some Japanese staple to first warm your tummy. GARLIC FRIED RICE (MYR 10.90) A quintessential plate of stir-fried rice with grated garlic, served with capsicum and shiitake mushroom, and then topped with great amount of fried garlic as well. Each grain of rice is fluffily enveloped with the butter fragrance, making it more satisfying.

 
Saw a familiar face here! TOFU CHIGE SOUP (MYR 16.90) Tofu and chicken in spicy kimuchi soup served in hot stone bowl. Chicken meats taste are tender alongside the silken beancurd that makes the whole combo a mouthwatering one. Best enjoyed when served piping hot with a bowl of white rice. Compared to its Korean peers, the jigae soup here is tad sweeter and made more savory. Pretty good though…..

 
More kimuchi, if you still can't have enough of it (=

 
Soon, ushering one of the many highlights of the day; charcoal grilled yakitori being one of them.ASSORTED YAKITORI PLATE (MYR 39.90 – 6 SKEWERS) Get ready to relish in the succulence of enoki shabu yakitori, chicken yakitori and asparagus shabu yakitori, all gracefully skewered and lusciously beckoning.

 

 

 
Barbequed- fresh off the grill!

 

 

 
Enoki shabu yakitori is my favourite pick amongst the crowds.

 

 

 
Coming up next is the crème de la crème session of yakiniku! For the meat selection of marinade diners could choose from spicy miso, tare, shio, miso, teriyaki or garlic.

 

 
FILLET (MYR 38.90) Undercut of the sirloin of beef that is tender and has a delicate flavor.

 

 
Deviating from the conventional thin-cut slices, Gyu-Kaku offers a different enjoyment by presenting them in a cube form, for a much more texturized bites with addictive chewiness. Do remember to cook it properly by flipping the meaty cubes every side while grilling them to ensure an optimum grilling. HARAMI (MYR 20.90) One of the bestseller and popular especially among the fairer sex!

 
A hit amongst Japanese ladies for its tenderness and low in fat content. It has a leaner meat composition compared to fats, thus explains the skewered preference (=

 
WAGYU KARUBI (MYR 47.90) Also known as Wagyu Oyster Blade, the quality wagyu beef of marbling 5, easily wins any foodie over with its melt-in-your mouth nuance. The luscious chuck is thickly cut, its flavours and juiciness are simply umami! You really gotta try this out.

 

 

 

 
CALPIS WATER (MYR 7.90) A common drink back in Japan, the beverage has a light, somewhat milky, and slightly acidic flavor, akin to a plain fermented Yakult. I would say it’s rather an acquired taste to me (=

 
YUZU FLOAT (MYR 9.90) Here comes the much more acceptable pairing, zesty yuzu sorbet with frizzy soda.

 
What’s to complete a Japanese meal without their signature sweet craving such as green tea and black sesame gelato?

 


ICE CREAM/SORBET (MYR 10.90) Double Scoop ice creams to further delights your extra tummy for dessert with flavor to choose from Vanilla, Yuzu (Japanese Citron), Kurogoma(Black Sesame) and Matcha(Green Tea).
And my favourite has always revolving around these two (=

 

 
Alright, something new to titillate my ever curious taste bud….. MILK PUDDING (MYR 10.90) Milk pudding topped with soya bean powder and Japanese brown sugar syrup. Thankfully, it’s not that saccharine and I would like to regard it as a healthier choice for the sweet tooth craving. The pudding is velvet and comes mildly milky with each spoonful is teastefully promising

 
Wow, look, what do we find here, scouts!

 
S’MORES (MYR 6.90) Graham crackers served with roasted marshmallow and Nutella. A traditional nighttime campfire treat popular in the United States, consisting of a roasted marshmallow and a layer of chocolate sandwiched between two pieces of graham crackers. Indeed one of the easiest and hassle-free BBQ session I’ve had so far (=

 
Gyu-Kaku offers the fun of “shared plates,” inspiring laughter, conversation, and good times. You can’t help it – with a personal grill installed at every table, everyone instantly becomes an expert cook. The staffs at Gyu-Kaku are friendly, leading you through the night with helpful suggestions. The sounds around you are of parties and laughter - the perfect choice for first dates, families, and catching up with friends.

 


Gyu-Kaku Japanese BBQ Restaurant serves halal-certified dishes and the menu includes a fine selection of wagyu beef, seafood, poultry and lamb. So if you are looking for a great time in sizzling without the smoke or to put your cooking talent to test, this is the place to go! There are also affordable set for 2 pax at MYR 128 ; 3 pax at MYR 168 and 4 pax at MYR 218.

Cheers for now and Carpe Diem! ❤ℒℴѵℯ❤Location: Lot G-36, GF 103, Tropicana City Mall, Jalan SS20/27, 47400 Petaling Jaya, Selangor

Contact: +603 7725 6796

Opening Hours: 1130am -10pm

Website: https://www.facebook.com/GyuKakuMalaysia

 
Date of Visit: Jul 08, 2015 

Other Ratings:
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 4  |  
Environment
 4  |  
Service
 4  |  
Clean
 4  |  
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