Looking for a perfect place here in Bangi to enjoy western food? Why not try out D.One Steak, it’s simply the best of the best!
How to get there? You can just simply type D.One Steak Bangi on your GPS or check this link.
The price is not too expensive especially when you’re looking for delicious western food. The servings aren’t exactly huge but the food is just too delicious that it won’t really bother you. I enjoyed the lamb chop – totally awesome as the lamb was cooked perfectly.
I think D.One Steak is the perfect place if you are looking for a spot to have dinner with your friends and family. Not to be forgotten, is that they do serve huge glasses of fresh fruit juice, which is simply the best of the best. I had one and I’m totally bloated after enjoying the meal – and also the juice.
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