Are you familiar with the Pavilion Bukit Jalil food and Restaurant in Malaysia? Here's a complete breakdown of the best options.
When people spoke of Bukit Jalil Pavilion, shortly after construction, they said they expected to see up to 3 million visitors every month. This is a huge number of people who will shop, search for entertainment, and partake of delicious Pavilion Bukit Jalil Food. So, if you are one of these people, how do you decide which food outlet to choose?
Below, we list thirty-one of the most popular foot outlets in this mall, ready for your review. I have eaten at each one and can assure you of some real treats as you search for somewhere new to eat. So, read on and prepare yourself for a culinary experience like no other.
1. Pavilion Bukit Jalil Food & Restaurant - Sushi Koi
There is a grand variety of food in Malaysia for you to take your pick from. Of course, being an East-Asian country, you can expect many delicacies from the local area to be high on the list of restaurant specialties. Sushi Koi exemplifies this fact by being one of the finest sushi dining restaurants I had in my entire time in the region.
The food was both fresh and exquisite in flavor. They appeared to handle and present everything with care. So much so that we felt like our food received love from the moment the ingredients were first handled.
If we were to recommend specific menu items, we would suggest you try the Seafood Nigiri Set. This combination of grilled eel, fish roe with mayonnaise, and tuna belly was all well-made and prepared fresh. Of course, freshness is the lowest expectation when it comes to sushi, but with this restaurant, it came in droves.
After trying the sushi, my partner had the Grilled Mackeral with Salt, while I had Tori Teriyaki with Age Tofu. Both had a unique flavor that we enjoyed so much we both agreed to return at a future date.
2. Pavilion Bukit Jalil Food & Restaurant - Christine's Bakery
While Malaysian food has plenty of bread-based dishes, it is not every day you find a specialty bakery for them in the middle of a mall. You can more often find them on the streets, especially in smaller towns. Yet, this location brought warmth to our hearts as well as our stomachs with its tasty offerings.
This cozy cafe entices you with large portions, a delightful aroma of baked bread, and a chance to get off your feet. My friends and I each had a different offering, and we all enjoyed every bite.
My own choice was a Wagyu steak-filled bagel, which they prepared medium-rare, so the juices rolled down my chin inelegantly. We had a little laugh, but it was worth every iota of embarrassment for the flavor.
My friends had the Kofta Kebab and Avocado salad options, but nobody left with complaints. We were so distracted by the flavor of our lunch that none of us said much at all as we ate our bagels in near silence.
The location was friendly, the staff was helpful, and we will probably pop in again for a snack in the future.
3. Pavilion Bukit Jalil Food & Restaurant - Young Sanna Mee
The website for this location encourages you to believe their meals are like tiny saunas. They say the minerals of the pots they prepare food in will infuse your meal.
Whether this statement is true or not, this is still some of the best Malaysian food available in the mall. so you can ignore this belief or not and still have a great experience.
The location itself was rather open-plan, allowing us to enjoy our meal in peace.
As for the meal itself, as a hotpot, I can only recommend it. The soup base was flavorful, and the ingredients were plentiful. We had the braised chicken feet, as well as many other options, and can guarantee a good experience with that choice.
My only concern is the tables are not large enough for more than one pot, though to balance this out me and my partner shared one. We kept on filling the pot, meaning we had a great shared experience for both of us.
Some great teas also accompanied our meal, and we had a very helpful server who offered praise for our choices. I know I keep saying it about the choices in this list, but I want to come back here too.
4. Pavilion Bukit Jalil Food & Restaurant - Oriental Kopi
Oriental Kopi focuses on many different types of Malaysia food. Some of these are fusions with other cultures, while some are unique to the region. It was great to get a leg up on the local cuisine, as well as have a delicious experience.
When we visited, the location was very busy, and we worried we would not be able to find a seat. We eventually managed to get some food, and we discovered why so many people wanted it. We were astounded by the choices of spices and other flavors that went into these foods, as they were delicious.
We found the curries they sold to be both creamy and aromatic, allowing us to take in the full experience with all our senses.
As our meal ended, we tried the Oriental Egg Tart. We thought we would only get a small delicacy, but this was thick enough that we could hardly eat anything else after. The filling was creamy and delicious, while the pastry was both thin and delicate, preventing it from overwhelming the dish.
The ambiance itself is nothing to shout about, but that was never the focus of our visit. So, we enjoyed the food and left it at that.
5. Pavilion Bukit Jalil Food & Restaurant - Yaku
Of course, when visiting this Pavilion Bukit Jalil Restaurant we could not avoid the temptation of a full Wagyu-based meal. With their Wagyu cow mascot and iconography, it was impossible to avoid.
Our server was very helpful as she discussed how to order, as well as what our meal options gave us. She joked with us about what we might want and made amusing running commentary about how much we seemed to enjoy our stay. I almost wanted to invite her to my future wedding, she felt so friendly and kind to us.
My partner had the beef patty set, which was well-presented in its box, and appeared almost artistic to the point she did not want to take the first bite.
I could not visit without having the beef steak myself. They gave me my own hot plate on which to cook it, so I could not complain about it being too well done or rare. I was a little scared, but our server helped me out when I was unsure.
As for the flavor? Divine. The texture exceeded my expectations and my mouth is watering now only thinking about it.
6. Pavilion Bukit Jalil Food & Restaurant - Sukiya
As a fan of hot pot, I cannot get enough of these buffet locations. Sukiya’s offerings were all a delight to my taste buds, and the meat was all very thin-sliced. This meant I could keep going back for better flavor without getting full.
There was a good selection of ingredients and broths. Despite this, the service staff helped prevent me from feeling overwhelmed. Good food and a good experience.
7. Pavilion Bukit Jalil Food & Restaurant - Nanyang Cafe
This place was a little less fussy than many other locations we found, and we were grateful for it. The decor did not oversell the food, which was tasty in its own right.
Most of the food is hearty and wholesome. The shop entices you with freshly-baked goods and their accompanying aromas. I would recommend giving anything your nose enjoys a try.
We had the Special Pork Knuckle in Preserved Bean Sauce, along with various other treats. It was not overcooked, and the sauce was well-chosen, giving it a unique and savory tang. Worth a visit.
8. Pavilion Bukit Jalil Food & Restaurant - Palsaik Korean BBQ
Cooking your own barbeque meal is always a delight, and Palsaik Koren BBQ makes it easy for those of us who do not do it often enough.
Their tables explain each flavor, helping you choose what to add to your hotplate. Our servers also helped us understand what went well with each ingredient, and without that, we might have been lost.
The soup base was not to my taste, it was a little too sweet. Although my partner said it was one of her favorites, so your mileage may vary.
A wholesome experience in all, one we would not say no to in the future.
9. Pavilion Bukit Jalil Food & Restaurant - Mee Hiris China Muslim
When we last spoke of Mee Hiris, we mentioned the Braised Beef and noodles. We wanted to try something different this time, so we picked up the Mee Hiris with chicken. I worried as sometimes the chicken can be overdone in the broth, but they managed to avoid it and keep it succulent.
The decor and food were both excellent, and our server kept up a friendly rapport throughout our meal. It is a wonderful franchise I am glad to have found more of.
10. Pavilion Bukit Jalil Food & Restaurant - Madam Kwan's
This Asian fusion restaurant prides itself on creating wholely Malaysian cuisine. This is sometimes lacking in many of the restaurants in the area. As such, you can expect to pick up a few delicious specialties when you visit.
Madame Kwan even encourages cooking at home, offering a wide range of sauces you can buy in the restaurant.
We opted to eat in the location and aimed for something simple. I had the Salted Fish Fried Rice, and it was a great small stomach filler. My friend had the Beef Satay and Sweet and Sour Prawn and Chicken Curry, which she described as delicate, with the right amount of sauce.
11. Pavilion Bukit Jalil Food & Restaurant - Sushi Jiro
You hope to know what you are getting with Sushi, especially from a franchise, and Sushi Jiru fits that to a T.
With low prices and simple, delicious food, Sushi Jiro matched our expectations at every step. We tried the salmon sushi set and the Chicken Katsu, very much staples, and were not disappointed. The salmon sushi was well-made and had a mix of different preparations meaning we did not get bored with it.
Along with Spicy Paitan Ramen, we were filled with good food for the rest of the day.
12. Pavilion Bukit Jalil Food & Restaurant - Lavender
We enjoyed the food here, and the bread was deliciously soft. There were many different foods on offer, so we had a couple of small sweet treats each.
The server was very friendly, patiently helping us choose what we wanted. Then we sat down to eat and were blown away by how delicate and delicious each slice of cake was.
While the icing was rich, the sponge almost melted in our mouths. We wanted more, but we held back.
13. Pavilion Bukit Jalil Food & Restaurant - I Love Yoo
This Chinese fried dough outlet seems to have made a splash, selling a wide variety of different meals all based around Youtiao.
This location is perfect for a small early lunch, allowing you to have porridge and a chicken leg with your Youtiao. It was wholesome and I could see myself returning here if I worked in the area.
14. Pavilion Bukit Jalil Food & Restaurant - Grandmama
I was not sure what to expect from the location’s name. I had an image of an old grandmother cooking hearty old fashioned meals. What I did not conceive of is the modern and well-presented food we ended up with.
There is a grand range of different food on offer, allowing you to pick whatever you wish. Their social media even jokes about this wide range, stoking competition between lovers of different foods.
The meals we had tasted good, and the ambiance was both calm and homely. It was great for a nice, slow evening.
15. Pavilion Bukit Jalil Food & Restaurant - Din Tai Fung
We always love a good dumpling here. Lucky for us, Din Tai Fung had them aplenty.
Our service staff was great at being attentive and helpful, allowing us to pick out the perfect choices for us. I had prawn fried rice and several different dumplings. There were no standouts; they were all delicious, and I would like to come back to try more.
16. Pavilion Bukit Jalil Food & Restaurant - Omega Pork Noodle
You cannot go into a location called Omega Pork Noodle and not have the Pork Noodle dish, so that is exactly what we did. It was great! If you want something simple with a good amount of taste to it, give it a go.
I chose a large soup bowl with Vermicelli and Yellow Noodle options, and it was a great combination. I was full by the end, and very satisfied.
17. Pavilion Bukit Jalil Food & Restaurant - Putien
Putien sells itself as providing comfort food and does not miss the mark at all. They have a vast array of different options when you get there. Still, it is all well-chosen to provide instant enjoyment from the moment it touches your tongue.
I tried the Deep-fried Yellow Croaker and the Drunken Squid, if only for its name. Both tasted divine. My partner chose other dishes and was surprised at how well laid out it was on the plate as well as how much she enjoyed a new flavor.
One you should take a look at if you are in the area.
18. Pavilion Bukit Jalil Food & Restaurant - Zui Ma Tou Hot Pot
More hot pot! These reviews do know how to spoil me.
Instead of one big pot, our group found ourselves facing a pot split three ways. Thus, we were able to choose different flavors for our meal as the evening continued. While not unique, this is not a common sight and is always welcome.
Their ingredients were well laid out and we found ourselves picking up a few more things than usual. Everything tasted fresh, and we looked forward to our next bite at all times.
Great service, great presentation, and great flavor all in one.
19. Pavilion Bukit Jalil Food & Restaurant - Yam Fresh
We came here for some simple lunch bowls and found ourselves with some of the most hearty meals in our bellies.
I chose the Braised Minced Chicken Rice as I wanted something simple, while my partner chose the Oyster Mee Sua. While their option was a little fancier, no dish was better or worse in flavor, we both enjoyed what we had and felt content after.
20. Pavilion Bukit Jalil Food & Restaurant - Inside Scoop
After any of these other meals, come here and grab a tub of delicious ice cream.
I had the lucky pistachio scoop, but I think that might have been a festive special. You can always ask to see if they still have some in stock. If you cannot pick that up, ask for the Rocher flavor, as it will spoil you.
If you want to, you can even pick up a whole pint to take home, or order an ice cream cake for a special occasion.
21. Pavilion Bukit Jalil Food & Restaurant - Lamei Hotpot
A great hotpot restaurant with a family-friend atmosphere. When we came we saw many people with children, which made us feel a little old but very happy to see so many content faces.
I would recommend the Beauty Soup as the broth, and add to that a little bit of whatever you want. Everything here was great, and we returned a little later that week for another go.
22. Pavilion Bukit Jalil Food & Restaurant - Kwong Wah Ais Kacang
Alongside the ice cream delights further up, this ice kacang shop is another iconic entry on the list of Bukit Jalil Pavilion locations.
They have many different options for food and toppings. Some may put off those not used to this delicacy but ask for help from the servers and they will be more than happy to help.
They also have many main meals, as well as appetizers and drinks. But let’s be honest, that’s not why you visit this location.
23. Pavilion Bukit Jalil Food & Restaurant - Mitsuyado Sei-Men
A good ramen dish can be absolutely what you need at the right time, so we came in here when we were a little hungry. We expected a simple noodle bar. Instead, the decor was lovely and communal, giving us a real sense of high-class noodles without losing its simplicity.
The food was great, I think the noodles were created on-site, so were very fresh. The soup base tasted so good I almost did not want to finish it as I did not want it to end.
All in all, a good investment of time.
24. Pavilion Bukit Jalil Food & Restaurant - Idealite
Idealite’s big promotion is its creation of plant-based Malaysian cuisine. This might turn some people off, but those people would be missing out on some great flavors.
I had the Millet Bowl, which I will admit was a bit bland, but the food was well-prepared and left me satisfied. My partner had another dish she said had much more flavor and spice, and she wanted to return another time.
25. Pavilion Bukit Jalil Food & Restaurant - ZEN by MEL
Zen promotes itself as high-class Japanese fusion cuisine. We certainly got that feeling from the presentation.
We were also fortunate the food matched the decor. It tasted as high-class as it looked, and our only disappointment was the price. Still, if money is no issue, definitely come here.
26. Pavilion Bukit Jalil Food & Restaurant - CO2 Coffee Bar
CO2 tries hard to create the cocktail experience while also offering you coffee. It succeeds but is a little shocking for a first-timer.
You do not want to come here for a fast pick-me-up like at Starbucks. Instead, consider this place if you want to come on a date or with a group of friends.
27. Pavilion Bukit Jalil Food & Restaurant - Seniman
Definitely a great Malaysian fusion restaurant, with many local cuisines on offer. If you are a local, come to enjoy the food as it will taste as though your mother cooked it. If you are a traveler, enjoy a taste of the area.
28. Pavilion Bukit Jalil Food & Restaurant - Naughty Babe Dirty Duck
We did not know what to think based on the name, but it turns out this is a restaurant focusing on glazed meats and duck dishes.
I had some rubs, which tasted great and the meat almost fell off the bone as soon as I touched it. My partner had the advertized “dirty duck”, which was much less exciting but still was cooked well. We left satisfied.
29. Pavilion Bukit Jalil Food & Restaurant - Dai Cha Dim
Offering great service and wonderful decor, Dai Cha Dim was a highlight of our visit to the region. I ordered something simple, the Wonton Noodles, and had it within a few minutes. The sauce was great and the noodles were not too soft.
It came with Char Sui, which I dug into. The meat was soft, while the glaze still has me drooling at the thought to this day. We had a great time.
30. Pavilion Bukit Jalil Food & Restaurant - Grand Harbour
This location was a little upper-class for us. It had gourmet food and felt very expensive. Though we were at the end of our trip, so went for it, and were glad we did.
I picked up the Grand Harbour Roasted Duck, which they had cooked wonderfully. Never have I had such succulent meat before. My partner had the Braised Pork Tendon with Red Rice Sauce and had a similar mood after eating.
We cannot fault the restaurant. They gave us a great end to our visit.
31. Pavilion Bukit Jalil Food & Restaurant - Hai Di Lao
My friends and I booked a private room for this location, and it was worth it for the attention we got from the fantastic waiting staff. The location was very popular, judging from the queue outside, but when we entered we were quickly shown to our seats.
Much like other hot pots, I loved this place, but there was something special here. I would not be surprised if they had a unique supplier for their broths and ingredients. They all had some of the greatest tastes I have tried in this country.
If you have the time to spend queueing, give it a go.
More About Pavilion Bukit Jalil Food & Restaurant
As you travel to Malaysia, I hope you can use this list of Pavilion Bukit Jalil Food & Restaurant to enhance your experience. I expect you will return with happy memories in your mind and high praise on your lips. Still, there is always more to try, and Bukit Jalil Pavilion is one of many places to visit.
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