I went with the Salted Caramel Almond Chocolate. It was nice – not too sweet, milky and gooey. There was lumps of dense chocolate and nuts which provided a difference in texture. I liked it.
实话实说, 这里的确很适合来打卡拍照, 但是他们家的冰沙还真的让我们很失望
Spaghetti Teriyaki Beef set lunch which includes a cup of hot tea - MYR 20+ (10% service charge = MYR 22 nett). Close up - can see the thin slices of beef, mushrooms, seaweed, bonito flakes and parsley. Luckily the teriyaki sauce is not very sweet and the pasta is not swimming in sauce. I kept half the portion for dinner as usual.
Crispy Chicken with Creme Sauce, 21 ringgit. This was similar to the creamy pesto sauce dish we’ve had previously. I remember liking that one and was looking for something similar, so I decided to give this dish a go. Pasta and sandwiches were not of interest to me today, so yea. This was delicious. The crispy boneless chicken bits and the creamy sauce complimented each other well. The chicken on its own, would have been pretty dry, however, add on the creamy sauce and you would get a burst of flavors and textures. The creme sauce itself came with spices and a lil milky sweetness, it had an overall tasty flavor to it. It resembled thick butter chicken sauce but totally different in flavor. Overall, a delicious dish. Loved it.
The coffee here is out of my taste bud. Not my coffee profile that I like. Latte is more on bitter profile.
Another great dish that you should not miss is this Stir Fried Intestine which is one of their signature dish.. Fried with wok hei and it is punch with flavor on every bite. Chewy yet a bit of heat at the end as it is stir fried with chili padi.
Since I'm a pearl noodle (loshifan) kind of girl, this is my favourite dish to order whenever I visit! DIE DIE ALSO MUST ORDER! I frowned a little when my hubby ordered one serving instead of two. I'mma glutton that way.
Claypot Pearl Noodle (Lou Shu Fan or Rat’s Tail Noodle) The dish itself was incredibly tasty, although it could have done with a little more cooking time to get that ‘charred’ flavour. The noodles tasted more boiled and lacked the claypot flavour. Still, very good, and satisfying.
Cajun Butter Shrimp, 19 ringgit. The rice bowl was simply yummy! It tasted like a combination of tasty fried rice + sweet buttery sauce + 6, 7 medium sized prawns + egg + crunchy crumbs. Very nice. I truly enjoyed this dish. My friend and I, between the two of us and the first few spoons of this rice bowl – you’d here ‘omaaaaagod’, ‘ yummmmmm’, ‘this is gooood’ … yup, that sums up how much we enjoyed it. Since I decided to pass on the fine print, consider me surprised. I was especially so to find the thick, sweet butter sauce in the rice and at the bottom of the bowl and they provided me with plenty, enough for me to slurp it up. When you mix it all up, for me at least – it tasted like yummy fried rice with sweet, gooey butter sauce gravy and chewy prawn + egg. I’d certainly go for this dish again.
Sauteed Mushroom Toast - A combination of Portobello and white button mushrooms top this toast prepared with fresh thyme, garlic and cream. Garnished with chopped chives and a drizzle of olive oil, the earthy flavors are both tasty and heart-warming. Monica said it reminded her of childhood breakfasts in Australia.
Rather than to squeeze with the rest of crowded hype cafes in town, I would rather visit a quaint and cozy indie brand for some serenity while enjoying earnest cup of java- and also a slice of sweet won’t really hurt your diet that’s for sure (=
Matcha Black Sesame (MYR 13) It’s definitely an easy decision for any matcha lover, hehe.
Overall, we love the ambience for Yew Yew KL, with the condition that it is not full house. Lol. Service is friendly and staffs are really friendly & attentive, offering us water seeing that we stay at outdoor for quite long. Thoughtful gesture that made us felt warmth.
Oooh....'hou sik' nya. The steamed chicken is moist and tasty. Cuz also gave her roast chicken the thumbs up. The rice, too, is very fragrant. As for the 'suen choy', everyone agreed it is one of the best we've ever tasted. Just the right combination of spicy and sour. Can easily down a whole bowl.....or two....myself, heh, heh.
From its implicative name, you might already have gotten a good guess that this café does roast its own beans which makes it stands out from its other equally notable peers, whom already in the coffee bean roasting business for quite awhile now. Nevertheless, each technique and roasting style certainly has its own unique charms.
Macadamia Cheesecake (MYR 17) Simply divine especially the fresh crisp of the nuts!
“Take the spiral stairs, up into suspended space: light trails on coffee.”- a ThokohMakan haiku. [Pork-free] Curio is a newly-minted cafe off Jalan Ipoh.
If you are looking for something more exotic, go for the Kenya PB Kirimara, Ethiopia Sidamo Bensa or Panama Auromar Geisha.
The price are reasonable. You get what you pay. The staff are friendly. Service are not bad. Readers can have a try on it. As i know they have opened branches at TTDI, for friend don't like KL can visit to TTDI.
3D coffee art; premium coffees in syphon and drip; unpretentious surroundings to meet and greet over a good cup of java; skilled and friendly baristas.
If you’re looking for a place to chill out with friends, we can’t recommend this place more. The place is bright and comfortable, with plenty of baked goods and main meals served.
Personally, the filling wasn’t actually to my liking as I find the veggies were overly wilted hence its slimy texture kind of disintegrated from the melted cheese. Perhaps replacing it with wild mushrooms would be a better choice as these fungi tends to blend in better in a more harmonious way with any toasted cheese. Just my two cents. Nevertheless, the sourdough toastie itself was great!
It was hot, fresh off the stove. It was spicy too .. the kind whereby your forehead starts to sweat, lol. The cook did ask us whether spicy was okay and we were all ‘Yesssss!’. When this happens elsewhere and I request for spicy, it rarely is spicy. Here however, if you want spicy – they’ll give you spicy. I missed it …the sweating , the mouth in desperate need for water, your face starting to sweat all over. Kaw kaw, man. This dish is basically a combination of rice + curry gravy + chicken. Ooo man, deliciousss. Thick, spicy gravy. A generous portion of rice and medium size chicken pieces. Yup, we enjoyed it for sure.
Stopping by for coffee here, old school kopi or cham (tea plus kopi) is a charm, fragrant not just from the drink, but from the nostalgia of this storied biscuit shop. A prime example of how the old can be reinvented for modern times, Fung Wong will hopefully last a long time as having afternoon tea with Chinese pastries is such a lovely change from the usual cake and coffee cafes.
Fung Wong is more than a pretty cafe. We really dig the concept of reinvigorating a traditional establishment for a new generation – with its modernised facade while retaining the standard and quality of traditional recipes.
Reasons to visit ChoCha Foodstore: Awesome interior; unique Christmas menu; genuine interest and care in the provenance of ingredients; cleverly interpreted modern twists to traditional flavours
Reasons to visit ChoCha Foodstore: chic surrounds; quality, local ingredients; zero-waste concept; creative flavour profiles.
总的来说, 他们家的料理都是偏重口味的, 喜欢重口味的朋友应该会觉得他们家的料理不错吃, 但喜欢较淡口味的朋友可能就会觉得有点腻~
Verdict: The beef noodles has been built up a stellar reputation for years and and it is indeed famous for a reason – they know their food well and prove themselves noteworthy.
Unexpectedly, the roasted meat we ordered taste quite good, in particularly the char siew as the meat is juicy with the right level of sweetness.
Nevertheless, there are 2 must eat here; its either the Beef Noodle or the Lala Noodle; so, next visit to KL will be the Lala Noodle.
There are many question marks after our visit to Restoran Kim Lian Kee Hokkien Mee Petaling Street. My parents were disappointed with the quality and taste of the noodles as they have been here many times. We all know they will be a century old and we sincerely hope that they can maintain their quality of the food and service. We don’t mind paying more due to their touristy location but at least the food is up to their brand name.
The best item that we ordered (the bro agrees) was the fried chicken wings. They came in a set of three pieces, freshly fried and still piping hot. The chicken was marinated well and had great flavour, the insides were juicy, and the skin was crispy.
A hearty meal that is a staple for most local Chinese families, the Hokkien mee RM9.50 is presented on a banana leaf-lined plate and is ultra-popular largely because of oodles of prawns, pork, squid and generous helpings of lard fritters. The mee is thoroughly enjoyable on its own but for locals, the canister of sambal belacan on each table is one of Restoran Kim Lian Kee’s primary attractions (our personal favourite as well)! 😉
Overall was not bad except for the service. Do not expect top notch service here.
Verdict: A solid bowl of beef noodles, and I can see why people have been flocking to the place for decades. It’s hearty, it’s comforting, and it’s substantial. Most impressive were the beef balls, which were so springy you can practically use them as ping pong balls – not a trace of tendon or whatnot left. The noodles were al dente and slathered in the savoury meat sauce.
We ordered Beef Mix Noodles (牛杂肉丸) RM10.00 that serves with a bowl of rice noodles (grounded beef as toppings) and a bowl of soup with assorted beef parts in it. The beef was tender and juicy, soup or broth was clear yet very rich in taste, overall taste like having a bowl of Bakso (Indonesian Beef Noodles) instead of the Pho Bo (Vietnamese Beef Noodles) that dashes some extra leaves and limes as flavouring.
Overall, it was truly a delightful experience feasting and feeling like walking down memory lane with old skool favorites and yummy comfort food…. Check out Fuiyoh buffet now serving every Wednesday to Friday, from 12:00pm – 2:30pm, at only 68 nett per adult…
Since it is highly customizable, so I choose Pan Seared Salmon as my main dish and opt for Kon Loh noodles with 2 desserts, the Carrot Cake with Toffee Sauce and Egg Tart. Well, you can really taste the freshness of the salmon fish, it can feel the juiciness of its in every bite and most importantly, I don't find any bones in it. Good to go for me!
&nbsp;Priced at RM33 nett, Nourish by Quan’s Kitchen is available at Quan’s Kitchen, Four Points by Sheraton Kuala Lumpur, Chinatown daily from 12pm – 9.30pm