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2013-12-26 244 views
Open concept filled with wide-eyed wonder, Ah Meng Restaurant was named exactly same with the well-known late Orang Utan. Displaying some photos on the wall, it briefly explained how Orang Utan lives in Zoo. There was air-conditioned area and also alfresco seats. Staffs in wildlife hunter cloth, they were accommodating.Drumstick was huge, stretchable tender flesh. Sambal was appealing spicy, much complemented the Pandan greenly rice. Side snack included roasted peanuts, crunchy salted ikan bilis
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Open concept filled with wide-eyed wonder, Ah Meng Restaurant was named exactly same with the well-known late Orang Utan. Displaying some photos on the wall, it briefly explained how Orang Utan lives in Zoo. There was air-conditioned area and also alfresco seats. Staffs in wildlife hunter cloth, they were accommodating.
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Drumstick was huge, stretchable tender flesh. Sambal was appealing spicy, much complemented the Pandan greenly rice. Side snack included roasted peanuts, crunchy salted ikan bilis and refreshing cucumber. Besides of local delight, they were also selling some western cuisines. Memorable visit but it was quite noisy and crowded.
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Date of Visit
2013-12-24
Spending Per Head
$6 (Lunch)
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  • Nasi Lemak