Hakka noddle with minced meat rm7, add on a small portion of char siu rm11. The service is slow and take forever to look for someone to take your order, parking issue is another problem. Crowded during lunch hour, but never stop you to pay a visit when you are craving for yummy char siu in ss2!
RM12.50 and taste SO SO. 🙊Mee Pok is still a better choice as it is the specialty dish here.
Soft serves are available in 3 flavours - matcha, hojicha and milk. You can op to have it in mini (RM 7.90) or standard size (RM 10.90). Besides soft serves, cakes are also available to satisfy your sweet tooth.
In frame: Hojicha. I did like the strong flavour of hojicha, but it was too sweet for my taste.
Always a good option for breakfast! Love the minced beef and uber-tenderized sliced beef. Beef balls were really good. Overall, i have to say this is not too bad for a branch and I've had better beef noodles in KL.
Very simple ingredients that make up a good meal. The affordable price just buffed up its value!
Back to Tang Pin for its signature mee pok with extra egg @ RM8.20+.
Look at the generous amount of pork lard, who can resist this?
A must-try Sarawak Laksa if you're in Kuala Lumpur / Petaling Jaya. One of the best ones I've tasted. Almost on par with the ones you can find in Kuching, Sarawak.
Came here to try their well-known char siew, and while I loved the glistening caramelised shell encasing the slab of meat, I found some parts of the meat underneath overtenderised — some may say melt in the mouth, but I found it somewhat mushy.
The siew yoke's better than average and didn't disappoint with its crispy layer of skin, while the smoked chicken leg was better than expected. I love all things smoked, so I might be a bit biased, but the chicken was really tender and flavour-packed. 👅💦
Do note that their serving portion of the Hakka noodles is rather generous so you might want to share a bowl so you whack more meat! 😆
You know times are bad by seeing the fillings to skin ratio of this Kuih. This used to be one of my go to stalls when I am craving for a traditional snack. Few months back when I am asked to hunt for the 'best traditional kuih' in KL, I had a hard time choosing which was better, between the Loh Mai Chee here and the one in Mahkota Cheras.But after having this today, I can firmly acknowledge Mahkota's Loh Mai Chee to be the best of the best so far. Taste wise, it still tasted good but in terms of size and price, it was a let down. Don't be Kiam Siap la. as what you reap is what you sow. Good food will eventually draw more business wan!😊
(RM1.2 for a tiny little ping-pong size ball)
Light and fluffy which is literally a Chinese version of a spongecake. This cake has a fragrant pandan aroma to it, but it is the strong eggy taste in this cake which I personally like. Have another piece of this in the spirit of 'healthy-eating' as this dessert has no fats in it! (RM1.5)
A firm favourite for roasts in our books is Toast & Roast, the homely locale tucked away in a quieter part of SS2. The cuts of Premium Char Siew (from RM11) here are distinct — a sweet-sticky exterior leads you to its heavenly hybrid of juicy fat and delicious meat. A choice carb-pairing is the Hakka Noodles T&R (RM6.50). There is a more economical option for the noodles topped with single-portion char siew (RM7.50), but we assure you that there can never be too much char siew, so splurge away. Weekends are when families in the residential neighbourhood pop in for breakfast, so come instead for weekday lunch when it's just you and your char siew. Fine, maybe a close friend or colleague can come too.
Avg price per person: RM15
Photo by Burpple Tastemaker Aileen Marie