Friday, November 07, 2008

Malaysian Food & Restaurant Review: October 2008

The October 2008 Most Visited Food Venue (based on Google Analytics pageview), brought to you by Malaysia Most Wanted Food and Restaurants.


This month, the top 3 spot went to Buffet (Malaysian sure is Tham Jiak), and Japanese food influenced buffet. I realise Shogun and Saisaki are probably sister company, and it is good value for money at the moment.
  1. Shogun, Japanese Buffet @ One Utama, Bandar Utama, Petaling Jaya, Selangor
  2. Saisaki Japanese Buffet @ Wisma UOA II, Jalan Pinang, Kuala Lumpur
  3. Jogoya @ Starhill, Jalan Bukit Bintang, Kuala Lumpur
The “Night View of KL” spot: Look Out Point is still pretty popular, followed by the ever affordable Yuen Buffet Steamboat with its hot chicken wing. It’s a surprise that Hajime is at the 6th spot now, either it is really good or people are more loaded during the bad economy time, or both. The Best Satay of Malaysia from the Satay Town: Restoran Sate Kajang Hj. Samuri is still holding strong, followed by the shabby Williams Mamak and classy Sky Bar.

Others notable mentions include the all time favourite Shabu Shabu and Bumbu Bali in Puchong, Delicious Café in Bangsar, The Cave and Murni in SS2, Chef & Brew in Bukit Damansara, Boat House in TTDI and Ninja Jones in Mid Valley.

Some not so new comers (for those who got tired of the good old food and want something fresh), you could check out Cupcake Chic (The Curve), Opus (Bangsar), Tasty Pot Restaurant (Taman Mewah Jaya, PJ), Agefuku Japanese Restaurant (USJ Taipan), Shilla Korean Buffer (The Curve), Big Plate (Subang Permai) and Nihon Kai Japanese Restaurant (Old Klang Road).

Bon Appetite.

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