I don't know if it will not be a store opened by the headmaster. The decoration is good. It is in the Budweiser Mall. It is a place for early tea. The price is more expensive in Kuala Lumpur. In addition to taxes and fees, there is a service fee, and there is a tea table fee as in Guangdong.
Even for the snack, two people are actually very full, desperately ordered three snacks, really is not enough. Burn up to sell an appetite and open, the intestine powder is hard all stuffed down, eat their own brain fill bar
The Pavilion Mall offers you not only a selection of branded goods from all over the world but also some good eateries too. We elected to check the dimsum promotion at Starz Kitchen and were impressed with the good quality and reasonably nice ambiance. It is mainly patronised by local Malaysians and hence that may substantiate their standing quality-wise. The pricing was also reasonable and we had a decent meal.
One of the best springy wantan mee. the wantan tasted good in the soup though the portion was small versus the price. Price is 5 star
Was so very eager to try this restaurant upon knowing that it's opened by 2 of my idols. We ordered the normal stuffs eg prawn wanton noodles, Malay sponge cake, bbq pork, baked bbq buns, etc. Presentation of food was okay except the baked bbq buns which were different in sizes (small medium and large in a tray of 3). We commented to the staff on this but was told that they were like that because they were hand made. Really? No QC? Taste? Well nothing met our expectations.
Yup there was and the funny thing is that it was the waitress who pointed it out to me. I then asked her to replace it but she looked at me and then just walked away. I was in a rush hence did not want to wait for the manager whom had "stepped away". The food is average although I felt really thirsty about 30mins after the meal. MSG overload, you think? First and last time. I'm better off at Village Duck which is just next door.