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Top 10 places in Damansara Utama, Kuala Lumpur.

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Latest reviews of food and restaurants in Damansara Utama, Kuala Lumpur.

Another starter option with the set lunch promo, this simple salad is what it is. I wish the croutons were a bit softer as I found them too hard to bite into.

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As part of their set lunch promo (for RM24.90), you get to pick a starter and a drink. We got pumpkin soup on our visit. I鈥檓 not sure if this is the same as the ala-carte portion order but it鈥檚 a generous one! The soup is great. Thick, well-seasoned and smooth, it was done excellently.

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Now this is yummy! You鈥檒l get two generous sized homemade sausages and creamy sweet potato mash. Love how meaty and rich the flavours are in the sausage, although a bit salty for me, but the light and creamy sweet potato mash helps balance the flavours out.

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Yin鈥檚 Sourdough Bakery from Penang is now here in KL! I love how affordable her breads are for the work and love she puts into them. My favourite bagel with beetroot cream cheese was nowhere to be found, so the team recommended this for fuller meal. Under the mountain of rocket leaves you鈥檒l find shredded roasted chicken on brinjal relish. It鈥檚 tasty but it鈥檚 nothing spectacular either.

Worth eating! Something different if you like Ulam and you want to skip the carbs.

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I鈥檝e heard a lot about the bolognese here 鈥 some say it鈥檚 the best in KL 鈥 and though that might be hard for me to admit, Lat Tali Lat鈥檚 version is still pretty damn good. The portion is huge and I expected not to finish it but I did. The flavours are familiar 鈥 it reminds me of something I had when I was a kid, expect this comes with a little heat.

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For sides to share, two plates of this should suffice. It wasn鈥檛 recommended (a shocker really) but the pork skewers are excellent. The marinade is a perfectly balance between sweet and salty, and the burnt bits add a nice smokiness to the meat. Though a bit on the fatty side, you can afford the calories at least for just one skewer.

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A classic Thai dish that鈥檚 done very well here. The minced pork is packed with flavours; salty soy with sweet onions and fragrant homegrown basil leaves blend in perfect harmony. The order comes with a bowl of home-boiled soup that wraps up the whole meal on a satisfying note.

The star dish of the restaurant, this bowl of noodles comes with four pieces of fish (choose between fried, steamed or both) in the same tangy broth. Get the mix version!

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Fun fact: I was told that Jenny Hong (of the popular soya bean truck) owns this restaurant! The soup base for all the noodles are the same with the choice of adding milk into it or not. Get the fish paste if you鈥檙e not up for biting through bones. They鈥檙e bouncy and are cooked perfectly.

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