Kwai Chai Hong will be open to the public daily from 9AM to 12AM. The ‘Beyond the Moonlit Door 超月门窗’ art installation will be available from 26th August to 2nd October 2022. Come celebrate the Mid-Autumn Festival at Kwai Chai Hong with your loved ones and be sure to check out the 10 amazing eateries in the area!
Unless you’re planning to get a drink or some food, you probably won’t spend much time at Ghost Lane, but it’s free, it’s fairly central, and it has a few nice things to look at. I will probably nip back every now and then to see the new art.
Reasons to visit: Relaxed and funky vibe; fun, group dining; traditional tastes of Korea; non-halal Korean barbecue; good, homely food at reasonable prices.
I was happy to see my favourite Hanjungsal (pork neck) (RM28.80 for 150g) - the marbling was good and melt-in-the-mouth. The staff cooked it so well, it had a lovely crispy exterior too.
For beverage menu, other than usual espresso based coffee in black and white, their hot chocolate is a must try. Soothing and comforting at every sip, best on a cold, rainy weather.
Saw this ” Bak Kut Teh Siu Mai” so we thought it was interesting and ordered one. Ended up it looked nothing like “Siew Mai”, but more like tau fu pok stuffed with fish paste filling, then immersed in bak kut teh soup. Don’t bother to order this.
With over 110 years of history in making egg tarts, this is one place we don’t mind visiting for their egg tarts.
I am in love with their creamy custard egg tart and other flaky pastries. Not just that, their tarts are really brings you with the melts in the mouth sensation.
Personally, we liked the traditional one more but both had a lovely, flaky crust. I'm sure it would taste even better if it's straight out of the oven. Worth trying if you are in the area!
A pleasant dining experience without annoying table waiting time. Food were mostly above average, especially the carrot cake and will definitely come back for it on my next trip.
While most people are still going gaga over half baked cheese tarts, we opted to have something more traditional – egg tarts. For that matter, Bunn Choon bakery at Petaling Street makes inarguably the best egg tarts in KL.