My Personal Opinion I believe the place is popular for their roast duck seeing that there were customers who took-away whole ducks....just that it didn't quite impress us. This would, most probably, be our one and only visit. If I happen to be in this area, I'd still pick Chen Chen's roast duck over this, at least that one has a nice, tasty soup (with free refills some more) which I can enjoy + a refreshing sweet and tangy plum sauce.
After shaking them apart. Lum Mee in dark gravy which is very, very salty. Costs about MYR 9 something.
My Personal Opinion Neither the prawn mee nor the poached chicken wowed us. Worst still was that my husband saw (after our meal) something that was best left unseen (with regards to their food prep). I won't go into the details of that but let's just say that when your stall is set up in such a way that your diners have full view of your prep area, you should be alerted to the fact that what you do is open for all to see. >_< Of course such deplorable acts may also occur in other food stalls...but (at least) what we don't see, we won't feel disgusted.
Each bowl costs RM9 and comes with a large portion of rice noodles, swimming in a cloudy broth topped with egg that has been fried with minced ginger, as well as tender pork slices and fresh prawns. The broth is definitely the star – after simmering for hours, the ginger, rice wine and pork bone create a deep and complex flavour, and a warmth blossoms in your belly with each sip. Comforting is the best word I can think of to describe the taste. The proportion of the wine has to be done right in order to achieve this effect, and although Madam Wong doesn’t make it in-house, she gets it from old folks from Perak who mix it at home. Basically everything that you’re eating is homemade, rather than commercially produced.
My Personal Opinion I would just stick to the roast duck (and probably roast goose) here...and forget about their secondary meats like siu yuk and char siew since the place is, after all, famous for their duck and goose.
My Personal Opinion Though the broth of this kai see hor fun is not as thick and sweet as the one in Moon De Moon (in Ipoh) but it's the closest in terms of taste (not to mention distance...haha!) and the best I've had in KL so far. ^.^
紫藤茶原最新茶冻冷饮 – 梦幻四季之旅，目前推出买一送一优惠，当清新的鲜萃原叶茶邂逅香甜软糯的茶冻，尝的尽是甜蜜的美好滋味。
The food was great, the prices were reasonable and seeing the claypots being exposed to fire was the artistic flair to cap it all off.
Some people say its so so and some say its very good. Again depends on your taste bud.
这家的叉烧绝对是我心目中的 Top 3, 只要想吃叉烧, 我就会想到这里~ 若你们和我一样对叉烧都很挑剔的话, 不妨可以尝尝这家, 或许你会爱上他们家的叉烧也说不定~