≡ Menu

Save on your hotel - www.hotelscombined.com

Food and Drinks

Dry pan mee

Dry pan mee can be found in most Chinese restaurants and sometimes in foodcourt. Seasoned with light soya sauce, sesame oil and a host of other flavours, topped with fried wonton and shrimps together with a bowl of fishball soup, it makes a light and delicious lunch. Usually chili paste or sambal is used for [...]

When you are in Malaysia, do try out the local varieties of coffee and tea for a fraction of the price of gourmet coffee. Below is the advertisement of the gourmet coffee: A cuppa like that with ambiance thrown in would set you back by about RM15. Of course it comes with unlimited Wifi and [...]

Crispy chicken rice (RM6.90) from the Taman Megah food court is one of my favourites- after sometime of not going there, we went back there to have our lunch: With the 3 layer tea (RM3)- which they put a bit of sirap ros (rose flavoured syrup), the 3 layer tea tasted a bit strange- coz not [...]




Next Posts Previous Posts