Discover the best restaurant in Banting, Malaysia including Golden Sea Restaurant, Restaurant Ban Joo Hing, Restoran Sin Tian Kee, Pizza Hut Banting, The Chaiwalla Restaurant, Restoran Assam Batu Laut, Kak Teh Nasi Kukus, Warisan Pak Musa (Wpm), Kedai Kopi & Makanan Phua Kian Guan, Restaurant Sayang Manis
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3 based on 38 reviews
Was doing RECCE for a Group. First passby was this Golden Sea Restaurant after arrival near Tanjung Sepat. Island chalet type beside the beach. Have hammock and Swing hanging on trees. During Sunset are beatiful scenery living up to the name. Food are ok to be frank though read some negative comments. We have tried many other Restaurant as we do event low end and high end. Each town or area have its own taste and way of cooking. Price are slightly on highside come up to Rm 136 for 3 adult + 1kids..what we ordered are
1. Thick Soup with Japanese Taufu and some crab meat 2. Nestle Prawn not really big 3. Recommended fried small squid but really cant really taste the original squid as it is fried and small.. 4. Belacan Kang Kung which was too taste belacan and oily and then Choy Sum Green Veg + 1 Tik Guan Ying Chinese Tea and 1 Coconut Water. Price is ok as we pay for the relaxing atmosphere and also the beautiful scenery of Sunset. Mr Ang is nice guy who one men show takes order and check all is alright. We will cone back again.
3.5 based on 4 reviews
This is the underdog in comparison to its well commercialized neighbour, Ocean Restaurant. However, the food served here is by far better cooked and cheaper than Ocean Restaurant, and a whole lot more home cooked as well. Mostly frequented by locals rather thsn vacationers, this restaurant offers a variety of simple dishes such as fried noodle or fried rice as well as a choice of seafood like crabs, prawns, squid & fish.
Although the restaurant is just metres away from the ocean, it offers little to no view of the ocean but that didn't bother us one bit. We ordered steamed mud crabs with sliced ginger, claypot prawns & meehoon in a special broth & fried baby squid. All 3 dishes tasted good while the bill was very gentle on the wallet.
4 based on 9 reviews
It is in the heart of Banting. It is a corner shop with ample sitting and parking. You find alot of wedding dinners held here.
It is famous for alot of dishes like Monk Jumps Over the Wall aka Fatt Tiu Cheong. Clear and nice soup with abalone, fish bladder. FuZhou style prawns fritters, Fuzhou Dry Pork Ribs, sweet and sour sea cucumber and fish bladder Hockchiew speciality, Bronze Metal Crab Meat Ball.
You can also order the different types of noodle and fried rice.
You need to know what to order or better still ask the captain and he will recommend the Fuzhou delights.
Prices can be a little high but if you dont mind you can try fuZhou food how it taste like.
It is fully a/con.
3.5 based on 2 reviews
3 based on 10 reviews
If you are coming from KL, after you pass the Banting bridge you will come to a traffic light. Turn left you will see Mcdonald turn left again and you will see Chaiwalla Resto. It is directly opposite Mcdonalds.
Its open from 9am till 1am. they have free wifi and it is a double shop. Ample sitting and the atmosphere is good. they are closed for raya only.
They have set breakfast @ Rm4.20. you can choose from the menu. There is also set lunch menu. prices are from 6.90 for fried rice and noodles and 11.90 for chicken chop or fish and chips. they also have a lamb rack and steak, salads, spaggetti. For the price you are paying it is quite reasonable. The place is clean and the service is good. it is run by a lady by the name of Ms Agnes. You can call and book your take away food for regulars.
Parking is free currently.
3.5 based on 48 reviews
We ordered our food around 2:30pm on a crowded day but surprisingly first dish served in less than 15 mins. All seafood are very fresh no doubt but the taste is a little blunt/mild; we guess maybe for guests that eats without white rice.
Same goes for the signature Asam Fish not sour & spicy enough. Since my parents have not tried crawfish, I ordered a small portion Deepfried Salted Pepper - big mistake. It was too dry and not much meat left to munch. Maybe will order boiled or steamed the next time.
Their waiter/tress are all very courteous & provided prompt service.
3.5 based on 3 reviews
The fried chicken was nice... the rice potion was enough for one hungry person it is just the sambal belacan/ chilie sauce was watery and tasteless as if they add water. But overall it is worth a try.. for RM5,50 a plate i think its fair.
3.5 based on 2 reviews
Land mark>>In between Kedai Telekom and Telekom tower
There are a row of food stalls besides the big drain.
Here you will find Kopi Tiam.Indian food,Chinese fast food and a row of Malay stall.
This stall is in the middle of three Malay stalls.In fact all 3 stalls offer Sotong sambal and nasi lemak.
But the sotong offer by Warisan Musa is of generous portion and on the sweet side and crunchy.
The nasi lemak is also generous ,the sambal is not so spicy so widely accepted by the public.
Come any Sunday,the crowd would be big and service is on the slow side,other wise Ok for normal day.
Takeaway would be a long que after 0900am when the crown started picking up.
Public toilet nearby ,as per Malaysian standard is just OK for quick relief.
A "b"grade is accredit by the local authority for cleaniness,nothing to shout about.Need improvement
3.5 based on 3 reviews
Came here to try their famous noodles that was advertised on a newspaper article. They were suppose to serve a variety of chinese kuih but unfortunately that day when we were there it was dragonboat festival. The soup was a bit sourish which was not to my liking but my other half really loved it. The texture of the noodles was springy and homemade and was really tasty.
4.5 based on 5 reviews
the food is so good, i keep coming back for more. the price was so affordable and worth the value. the staff here are very friendly and nice. simple interior but very clean. very fast service too. very highly recommended.
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