Waku Waku (わくわく) simply means “excitement” or “thrill” in Japanese. Situated on the top floor of Mid Valley, right opposite the Convention Center, next to Muji, there’s a Japanese restaurant Waku Waku. Waku Waku has a contemporary dining ambience suited to the younger, hip lifestyle. The place was bustling with people. If you are one who enjoys good company, good food and good service, this is a place you should visit.
Love Thai food? Then you should try Thai Fusion! There’s a lovely but simple, modern and cozy place in Damansara Kim which serves delicious, really mouth-watering and appetizing meals. The main crowd who visits this restaurant is mainly the younger generation ranging from 20’s to late 30’s. This restaurant serves pork which is absolutely delicious and very well prepared.
Thinking of supper? Went to SS3 and stopped by Kuan Yew Coffee shop for Western food. Unlike usual coffee shops whereby the back of the restaurant is usually ‘tai pai thong’ this coffee shop’s signature is their Western food section.
Magners Irish Cider was launched on 27 March 2013. It is widely available in super and hypermarkets (in bottles) and selective bars (both tap bottles) and across the country. A pint of Magners in bars is around RM30++.
Did you know that Ulu Yam has nice home made noodles and is well known for it’s signature dish of ‘loh mee’? Something different to try is the fried mee hoon with stew pork.