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Petaling Jaya : les meilleurs restaurants

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“Try their sandwiches, pastas and burgers. Modern looking cafe but slightly pricey though.”
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“It's a food court where it houses a good variation of cuisines from chinese, western, japanese, korean and to thai. The chinese fried rice is a hidden gem where it actually sits under a grilled-fish-seafood stall! Tips: ask for extra sambal for more flavours! Usually lots of people when there's a football match / badminton competition as they will project it on a huge screen. If you're driving, they do have a parking space behind the food court but with a fee. Alternatively, you may try luck to park nearby and usually there is parking slot nearby. :) Peak hours is usual time: around 7pm - 8pm.”
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“Underrated Vietnamese food place next to Sushi Mentai, walk 4 mins from MRT Surian”
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“Affordable sushi! Can get crowded at busy hours. Walk 3 mins from MRT Surian. ”
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“[Non Halal] Aoki-Tei Japanese Restaurant (青木亭放题) at Sunway Nexis mall, Kota Damansara is popular place for eat all you can buffet. The price for the buffet dinner is RM 78++ for adult. All the food here are prepared when you order to maintain the fressness. There are many choices of Japanese food but we didn’t get to try all of them since there are only two of us. ”
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“Perfect Malaysian food to kick start for the day. Most celebrated eating tradition ! Traditional Taste. A cup of Kluang coffee, toast thickly spread with homemade kaya butter and nasi lemak sambal - that is how original Malaysian food. Delicious local breakfast like local toast bun ( roti bakar ), milk tea ( teh tarik ), Hainanese chicken chop, traditional fried noodle , traditional coconut milk rice ( Nasi lemak ), grilled Cajun Dory Spaghetti and etc.. Truly Malaysia. ”
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