AddressLot 10, Ground Floor, Kompleks Selangor
50000 Kuala Lumpur
Opening hour8:00AM - 9:00PM
Contact number03-2022 1102
Price / Fee[1 year ago]
Asam Laksa (RM7.50) ‧ Cendol Bluecloudol (RM12.50) ‧ Chee Cheong Fan (RM5.50) ‧ Cucur Udang (RM3.50) ‧ Curry Chee Cheong Fun (RM5.50) ‧ Fruit Rojak (RM13.80) ‧ Fruits Rojak (RM9.90) ‧ Jiu Hu Eng Zhai (RM13.90) ‧ Kampung Nasi Kerabu (RM17) ‧ Kerabu Mango (RM6.90) ‧ Lychee Crush (RM9.50) ‧ Mango Kerabu (RM6.90) ‧ Nasi Kerabu Baba Fried Chicken (RM17) ‧ Nasi Kunyit Served with Curry Chicken (RM19.50) ‧ Nasi Kunyit (RM9.50) ‧ Nasi Kunyit With Curry Kapitan Chicken (RM9.50) ‧ Noodles (RM9.50) ‧ Nyonya Acar (RM6.90) ‧ Nyonya Curry Noodle (RM7.50) ‧ Nyonya Fruits Rojak (RM9.90) ‧ Pai Tee (RM6.90) ‧ Passion Fizzy (RM9.50) ‧ Signature Chendol (RM12.50) ‧ Signature Durian Cendol (RM12.50) ‧ Sotong with Kangkong (RM13.90) ‧ The Passion Fizzy (RM9.50)
Signature DishesCucur Udang ‧ Nyonya Acar ‧ Lychee Crush ‧ Nasi Kerabu Baba Fried Chicken ‧ Asam Laksa ‧ Cendol Bluecloudol ‧ Passion Fizzy ‧ Signature Durian Cendol ‧ Kerabu Mango
Truly Taste of Nyonya Kampung
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KakatooGo @ Petaling Street : A delightful Malaysian TasteNasi Kunyit Served with Curry Chicken (RM 19.50)
Not just that, we tried their Nasi Kunyit which is served together with the Curry Chicken. One can taste the fragrant taste of the nasi kunyit. Once, you drenched the creamy coconut-based curry into the rice, they are really good and addictive.
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KAKATOOGO PETALING STREET OFFERS NYONYA FOOD IN CHINATOWNSotong with Kangkong is a popular street food you can find in town. The dish is simple and easy to make with blanched brown cuttlefish and kangkung but the secret lies in the sauce.
A Taste Of Malaysian Nyonya Flavors At KakatooGo, Petaling Street KLThe Nasi Kerabu Baba Fried Chicken (RM17.00), came with a serving of blue rice topped with sweet and spicy coconut sauce, half a hard-boiled salted egg, acar and salad, grated coconut, fish keropok, and fried chicken. The chicken was succulent on the inside, cripsy outside, and the acar added a sour twang to the overall sweet dish.