AddressHappy Mansion, Block C, Ground Floor
Section 17/ 13
46400 Petaling Jaya
Opening hour11:00AM - 6:30PM
Closed on Monday
Price / Fee[1 year ago]
Abc (RM5.50) ‧ Ais Kacang (RM5.50) ‧ Cendol (RM5.50) ‧ Kuih Angku (RM2.80) ‧ Prepacked mee siam (RM3) ‧ Yam Cake (RM2.80)
Dishes[1 year ago]
Angku ‧ Bingka Ubi ‧ Jicama (Yam Bean) Dumpling ‧ Pulut Panggang ‧ Seri muka Kuih talam.
One of the best 'most authentic' ice kacang in klang valley
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Kwong Wah Ice Kacang @ Sec. 17, PJ – Goooooood 👌👌The noodle was okay but the tom yum flavor was rather mild – as in, you can hardly taste it. If I were to close my eyes and taste it, tom yum mee hoon would not be the first thing I’d say to describe it. That being said, as a basic dish of noodles, it was pretty nice, worth the RM 3.50, I suppose.
Kwong Wah Ice Kacang - Petaling Jaya, Malaysia | FacebookKwong Wah Ice Kacang, Petaling Jaya, Malaysia. 964 likes. One of the best 'most authentic' ice kacang in klang valley.
Kwong Wah Ice Kacang - Happy Mansion - Petaling Jaya, SelangorSee 33 photos from 120 visitors about cendol, shaved ice, and red beans. "Great cendol, fine shave ice, creamy coconut milk and pure palm sugar. By..."
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Kwong Wah Ice Kacang @ Happy Mansion, Sec. 17, PJ – Yup, I agree. Awesome cendol yawwwww!Cendol, 5.50 ringgit
The Cendol here is awesome. I had a hard time deciding between the ice kacang and cendol as both these desserts are popular here but in the end, I opted for Cendol simply because it came with less ice. I wasn’t in the mood to dig through the mountain of ice that usually comes with Ice Kacang, so Cendol was a better option. This dish came with the usual ingredients – shaved ice + coconut milk + gula Melaka + red beans + green noodles. In my opinion, what makes this cendol different from many others out there is the amount ratio. All ingredient in the bowl came in almost the same amount, which meant that when what you have left is the flavored melted ice at the bottom, there would still be enough green noodles and red beans to eat. Usually, the shaved ice comes in a big portion, the other ingredients comes in limited quantity but not here, it was all in equal ratio. Tastewise – it was good, real good. I totally understand why Kwong Wah is always crowded. They do serve up good desserts.
Review: Kwong Wah Ice Kacang @ Happy Mansion PJThe Ais Kacang (RM5.50) did not disappoint: the shaved ice was nice and fine, and it had a decent amount of ingredients to satiate one’s sweet tooth cravings. The fragrance of the coconut milk and thick, caramel-like sweetness of the gula melaka (palm sugar) bound everything together really well. Definitely hits the spot in hot weather!
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Kwong Wah PJ Sec 17Add on another cendol without any "gula melaka" (coconut palm sugar) because the previous two bowls of ice were too sweet for us. So we mix them together to lessen the sweetness. We will visit here to eat these ice again.