Very decent Hakka Chinese food. We reserved a table and we were very well greeted. Food were amazing and many choices to choose from. We hv 11 of us, we ordered smaller portion and tried more dishes.
Authentic little hakka restaurant nearby Atria mall. Loved the dishes, Especially the Curry fish fillet and the Braised pork with Mooi choy. The pork was so so tender that my kid ate them all. My other fav was a very simple 3 steam eggs. Simple but tasty dish. Feels homecooked. Veges are fresh. Staff is really friendly and accommodating because we had someone who was allergic to many things and they actually recommended and reminded us what to eat and not to. They have Yee sang for CNY as well if you're into it. Pretty delicious too but abit sweet. I'm not complaining. I enjoyed it. Definitely coming back again
First time checking out this restaurant on a Sunday afternoon. Many loyal customers as the lady boss addresses them by name.
Overall it was a pleasant experience.
Ambience: Clean & comfortable
Pricing: RM98 (Pork & Petai, 3 cups Chicken, Steam egg, fish paste seaweed soup, chinese tea ice, lo hon guo ice & milo ice with 5 white rice)
3 Cups Chicken: Tasty but I wished chicken pieces were more meaty, ended up with 3 pieces of the top part of the drumstick and a few pieces of the bony ends of the Chicken thigh.
Pork & Petai: Nice
Steam Egg: So so
Fish Paste soup: Bland for me
atmosphere 4/5 - fully aircond and comfortable. Noise Abit high but chit chatable
service 3/5 - alot of people servicing but usually they serve then go back to kitchen
food quality 3/5 - they cook Hakka style and more like home cook food very reasonable taste
pricing - 3/5 not too expensive and not too cheap overall reasonable.
they famous for their Adam fish head is a must try. it's more like a family outing
will I come again certainly
Parking: ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ (in Atria mall)
Hakka food is the cardiologist's worst enemy (or best friend if you want to view it cynically). It is often extremely flavourful but salty! Thankfully, the hakka food served by Michele's is not overly salty.
All the dishes we tried were good to very good. The weakest was the kangkung which lacked any umaminess. Standouts were (a) nyonya fish head (we opted for Fried black pomfret) (b) braised duck with ginger (c) long beans and (d) braised pork in fungus. The rest (mui choy kau yuk, pork belly with fungus) were good too.
Service was super fast. Food was served within 10 mins after ordering despite the restaurant being very busy. Even though some the food were pre-cooked, the texture and taste did not suffer at all.
The only (minor) complaint was the noise level - there was lack of curtains, and other materials to lessen the noise. It is a good place for a casual family dinner.