After trying Hainan chicken with fried rice in Kuala lumpur whcih was very good was bit disappointed here
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The food is amazing. The chicken rice is recommended and just try a little bit of everything. Sharing is ideal as you get to taste different things instead of just one.
Like a mad house during peak hours for meal. Scores of people holding vouchers for their free meals and you've to join the bandwagon if you wanna eat there. Wanted a quick lunch but ended spending more than an hour. Can be quite traumatizing if...More
The chef-recommended 'Hainanese Pork Chop' that took TWENTY MINUTES to prepare was surprisingly very bad. The steak was cold, hard and everything undesirably you could think of. The other chef-recommended 'Hainanese Chicken Stew' was better, with a mild soup and tasteless chicken, but still just...More
We had coffee and toast set, pork trotter and dry curry chicken that comes up to RM76. I had high expectations for Hainan coffee but this was not up to taste. The dry curry chicken was really dry. Portion was decent. The pig trotter was...More
We ordered the hainanese chicken chop and fried rice. The fried rice is supposed to have prawns and chicken but there was no prawn and the chicken was very dry. The fried rice itself was too dry as well. The chicken chop was a chicken...More
Service: All servers look like we owe them a million bucks. Chill~ the chicken rice isn't made out of your meat Food: Personally really like chicken rice. And for a restaurant that seems to specialize in that, I had pretty high expectations. A set of...More
This Restaurant near the escalator and also near the Casino Entrance if i'm not mistaken. Mostly Crowded, but the price is not cheap and the taste for me just ordinary taste.
We ordered chicken rice but the rice wasn't hot and it was rather salty with the black soy sauce. It was a small portion and does not come cheap with RM22 without the 6% GST and 10% tax included. The drinks are expensive and the...More
There are few choices on Level 2 First World for an easy afternoon tea for our little boy. So you can't go wrong with the traditional Hainanese kaya (means "rich" in Malay) jam toast with half boiled eggs and kopi O (local sieved coffee). It...More