The portion size here is good, and they are not stingy on their soup, giving me an extra bowl and they did top up more again. My meal cost me in the mid RM20s but I felt its worth it and I will definitely return again.
[Non-halal] Guang Ji Ho Fun & Chicken Rice on Jalan San Peng, Pudu is known for their kai si hor fun and chicken rice dishes.
Verdict: This version had all the necessary ingredients and tasted the way it should. Which one I prefer or which one is my winner you may ask. Since I like strong flavour food, the later have slightly higher mark in my book. But like what I always say, taste is subjective, one person’s meat is another’s poison, some might find the one at Piau Kee Kopitiam too “salty” or “overwhelming”. I know there’re a few more good Prawn Noodles in Klang Valley, should I do the debate again? (^ω^)
There is so much to eat at ICC Pudu that it would take multiple trips to try everything – but that’s also one of its draws, as no two trips will be the same. Food is affordably priced for the area.
If you like Muslimah fashion, there is a lot of nice stuff at affordable prices that you will not see in mainstream malls. Anyone looking for festive clothes who doesn’t want to spend too much should definitely check this mall first. It’s a much better option than chancing it on Lazada, in my opinion. The celebration outfits are just as cheap, and you can try them on before buying. Personally, the casual clothes for sale at KWC Fashion Wholesale are not my style, and I doubt I’ll need a second baju kurung or more hijabs. I likely won’t be back here unless it’s to eat at the food court.
♥Verdict: Like what I said on the beginning of the post, my dining experience at ICC Pudu was torturing due the stuffy environment of the food court. I already told hubby that no matter how good the food is, I will never go back again and the fact is the food that I tried this time, nothing really wowed me too. ◔_◔
Overall, we really enjoyed the fish noodles here. While we still do prefer the fish noodles at Yeng Kee Noodle House (for similar quality of fish and a stronger wine taste), this is still one of the better ones we tasted in the Klang Valley.
We really enjoyed the dish! We found the flavours to be very balanced, and we found the broth to be super appetizing! We would definitely come back to order their noodles topped with prawns and clams, and also try the seafood porridge.
We recommend Ann Nasi Lemak and the crispy popiah here, if you’re looking for something else besides the usual popular dishes at ICC Pudu.
Overall, we enjoyed both the roast duck and goose. While the goose is not as good as the one Max had in HK (juicier, fattier and served warm) – it was sufficiently tender with lovely fats rendered into the meat. Ming favours the duck for the sweeter meat, and personally ranks it as one of the best in the Klang Valley.