Restoran Al Rawsha - Kampung Pandan Kuala Lumpur (Nasi Arab)

Al Rawsha is a well famous restaurant for Lebanese cuisine located at Kuala Lumpur. Previously located at Damai off Jalan Ampang, now Al Rawsha moved to new and bigger premise near Kg Pandan roundabout. Easily accessible from Jalan Tun Razak, new location offer ample parking area. The new two storey building able to accommodate 850 guests per sitting. Interior offer stunning decorations. Good news are the restaurant now run 24 hours, 7 days a week and there is a drive thru counter available for take away order.

Name: Al Rawsha Restaurant

Type: Middle East cuisine

No 8 Jalan Kampung Pandan
55100 Kuala Lumpur

Operating Hours:
24 Hours

03 - 9200 6600 (for reservation and take away)


Actually this was our revisit to Al Rawsha. Last time we went to Damai branch around April 2009. Damai branch closed on December 2010 and all operation moved to this new location. Arrived at the place around 7pm and their still plenty of empty seats available. Wifey and I ordered Mandy Chicken which offer half-bird grilled chicken with mandy rice. Mandy rice were served with tomato chutney and yogurt.

Food taste just okay. Al Rawsha speciality is about the lamb. So we ordered Lamb Khebab to experience the taste. Somehow the khebab never arrive at our table. On other note, I believe Saba Restaurant offer a better grilled chicken with mandy rice. Compared this two, my taste bud will choose Saba' Restaurant. Drinks a bit on the high side and the price do not represent the taste. Poorly prepared.

Lets enjoy the ambiance.

Its such a beautiful setting

The menu

Mandy Chicken (Rm 20)

Tomato chutney


Honeydew Shake (Rm 12)

Raspberry Malt Drink (Rm 7)

must take home another Mandy chicken.

Service: Average. Slow and difficult to understand staffs.

Cleanliness: Good.

*Accept Mastercard and Visa only.

*Drive thru counter for takeaway just an ingenious idea.

*Ordered Lamb Khebab but never arrive.

*Server has difficulty to understand english.

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4 Response to "Restoran Al Rawsha - Kampung Pandan Kuala Lumpur (Nasi Arab)"

  1. kani's journey says:
    June 19, 2011 at 11:32 AM

    Curry & Spice, that’s my loved dishes so is this,

  2. Hayati says:
    August 28, 2011 at 9:18 PM
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  3. Hayati says:
    August 28, 2011 at 9:25 PM

    The food is tasty, but to get the Middle Eastern waiters to simply UNDERSTAND your order is an uphill task.

  4. food_lover says:
    August 29, 2011 at 1:14 AM

    Hi Hayati,

    Thank you for your comment. Agree with with you, its such a challenge.

    Food really tasty. I like the ambience too. Have you tried any other Middle east restaurant?

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