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Rice Bowl Restaurant Specials

EVERY SINCE WE KNOW THAT THEIR MEALS ARE $24 FOR THREE TO FOUR PERSONS, we think of going there again and again for our lunch or dinner... after all, it is not too far from our home, their service is quick, the staff are friendly and most of all, the food is tasty too!
Yes, Rice Bowl is the name of the restaurant....
The staff speak Cantonese over here too.... Owner must be from Hong Kong...
Ambience not too bad either...
Can feel at home here... mostly Asians...
Manager on the go..... 
Double boiled soup...
Beef with greens....
Crispy Fried Fish...
Steamed Yellow Chicken....
Three dishes with complimentary soup....
And free Herbal Jelly....
The bill comes to $24!!
We can even "packet" back the remainder (small eaters)
and eat them the next day....
For these reasons, we came back again and again for our meal....

Comments

  1. First, I like the look of the building. I like the beef with greens dish, looks very delicious. The double boil soup pot is cute. Free dessert also. And the rice, you can eat as much as you can?

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    1. Yes, you can eat as much as you can and also tau pau the remaining rice... nothing is wasted...

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  2. Oh! The rice in a bowl - I thought chap fan in a bowl one each. This is a whole lot nicer, of course...and so cheap!!! Nice place some more.

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    1. If earning $, then cheap... if MYR.. then reasonable...

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  3. The chicken portion is big..very cheap for 2 days meals..haaaa..

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  4. Interesting restaurant name - Rice Bowl.. I like the name.. Oooo la la, the beef & chicken look so so good.. I want 3 bowls of rice now !!

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  5. at first I thought where the hell there's such a place in Malaysia, hahaha!! nowadays RM8 can be just enough to get a plate of "chap fan" in KL leh.. only to find out it's a restaurant you frequent when you were in US, haha!! that's actually cheap even converted back to RM..

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    1. With free soup and dessert... it is indeed cheap!

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  6. Nice & cheap. Portion is big.

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    1. For you and I... very big portion... hahahaa..

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  7. I thought a buffet restaurant, that's normally how buffet restaurants look like in the States.

    Cantonese speaking owner is always a confidence reassurance isn't it? :D

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    1. Cos we don't know Mandarin... so we welcome same lingual anytime! :)

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  8. USD24 even at current exchange rate it is lebih kurang like our prices here. Good deal leh for such good food. Portion size pun OK.

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    1. Enough for four ladies... or five... hahahaa..

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  9. I like their menu & pricing concept which is a welcome by all the price conscious population now.
    I have started to like this concept too. The food looks good and you looked happy too!

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