Piccadilly Restaurant is a place where you can chill and hang out with friends and family. Besides its nice atmosphere, it also provides a great variety of dishes which was what amazed me the most. The wide variety of dishes they provide ranges from malay, chinese, indian, western, thai and the list goes on. Their menu also includes many different types of desserts and drinks.
This is the Rendang Chicken Rice that we tried, it costs RM6.90. The portion was reasonable and it tasted quite good. It may not have been the best one I’ve tasted so far but it is pretty decent.
We also ordered the vegetarian mamak noodle for RM5.90. The portion may have been a little small but it tasted good. This is not the only vegetarian dish that they serve there. In fact, their menu includes many other vegetarian dishes.
As a snack, we ordered the twister fries which cost RM4.90. Once i started eating it, i couldn’t stop eating it. It is unique and tasted so good. The price is reasonable as they serve a large portion. If you are finding somewhere to chill and have a small snack, this is the place to go!
The restaurant is always pack at night! Their prices are reasonable for the food they provide, definitely a restaurant to check out.
Adress: LG006 & LG007,
Millennium Square, Dataran Millennium PJ,
98, Jalan 14/1, 46100 Petaling Jaya.LG006 & LG007, Millennium Square Jalan 14/1
46200 Petaling Jaya, Malaysia
Tel: (+603) 7960 5886
Beef noodle soup is a Chinese noodle soup made of stewed or red braised beef, beef broth, vegetables and Chinese noodles. Some history behind this cuisine: it was first created by the Hui people (a Chinese Muslim ethnic group) during the Tang Dynasty of China. The red braised beef noodle soup was invented by the veterans in Kaoshiung, Taiwan who fled from mainland China during the Chinese civil war.
After this article was published in the local newspaper, The Star, our MFD’s agent decided it is a MUST TRY. And so, there went the brave little reporter to New Seaview at Paramount Garden, Petaling Jaya for the tasting adventure!
Boy oh boy, it was good!
Beef Noodle! The broth was so flavorful! It was perfectly balanced, with just the right amount of herbs and intensity. One sip and you won’t be able to control your actions, one spoon leads to another. The meat was incredibly tender. Our MFD’s agent swore she had never tasted beef this tender, every bite feels like it could melt in your mouth. The noodles however was a little bit of a let down, it felt a little too springy. However on the overall basis, it was a fantastic dish!
Just another picture from another angle to make you feel the love 🙂
Though this bowl of noodle cost RM7.00, which is rather expensive considering the location. However, beef noodles tend to be a little pricier compared to your normal Kueh Teow Soup or Curry Mee, and our little MFD’s agent says it was worth every penny!
New Seaview coffeeshop (GPS N 03°06’37.3” E 101°37’38.0”) is located off Jalan 20/7 in Petaling Jaya and is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
The ice kacang isn’t your ordinary ice kacang dripped with multi-coloured syrup and variations of nuts plus “leongfun”. The ice kacang served here embraced the element of originality, without the red and green syrups, only with the good old Gula Melaka. Thick flavours with just the right amount of nuts, “leongfun”, red beans and sweet corns.
It is an area near the wet market, surrounded by other hawker shops of different specialities. The food court itself consisted of Chinese, Malay and Indian food. You can try other foods such as pork satay, nasi kandar, hokkien mee and etc. We tried only the ice kacang for the day due to limited time, and fortunately, and we were not disappointed.
It is a satisfying bowl of RM2.50 joy.
Address: Gerai Minum Weng Kee,Medan Selera,Old Town PJ. (Next to wet market)
First impression of the nasi lemak which is layered with a beautiful half-cooked egg and the look of that plate of nasi lemak just waters the mouth. This nasi lemak let me feel amazing, especially the rice is cooked somehow similar to chicken rice, the sambal is a slightly dilute style with a generous portion of onions. Although the chicken is fried but overcooked in my opinion, Ikan bilis and nuts were just the right crunch. However the cream of the crop of the dish was the egg. The yolk so precious and vulnerable, any sudden movement will ignite a lava of golden sun!
During the peak hours, you could see the long queue and all of them are waiting to try this nasi lemak. Their tables and chairs are arrange in a long alley(picture show as below). Don’t worry about you couldn’t get something to eat during midnight, you can have your supper or early breakfast in this shop! Nasi lemak bumbang is just RM5 per serving.
Adderes: Jalan 21/11B, Seapark, Petaling Jaya,Petaling Jaya (North), 46300.
Business Hours: 1530-0400