Restaurants in Kepong Baru – 34 Restaurants
B Lui Seafood cooks very excellent Kam Heong lala. Apparently it is a very famous stall that has appeared in newspaper for its delicious crabs with the headline “Crabs so good worth taking home”. The dish is served on a banana leaf placed over a sizzling hotplate. Tastes so good that the more I ate, the more I wanted.
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Overall, we were very satisfied with our meal that night, even though it was one of the most expensive meals we have ever had at a hawker stall.
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Thai and Vietnamese cuisine look same! In fact Thais use significant amounts of spicy chili peppers and the food are sour, while the Vietnamese use hot chilies and more to the sweeten side. Vietnamese cuisine recipes utilize raw vegetables; lemongrass, mint, long coriander and Thai basil leaves. Most of the ingredients are only briefly cooked to preserve their original textures and always look colourful.
One Noodle is a restaurant serving a variety of Shanghai snacks, dim sums, noodles (La-Mien), rice, toast & etc and I heard it was owned by the boss of the famous KTZ dessert house.
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After my visit to the original KTZ stall in Kepong Baru, I decided to head there once again to see what food stalls are nice eat. Unfortunately the famous chicken wing stall that I was aiming to go for, was closed. Hence, I decided to stop by this stall named Kedai Makanan Herbal Soup which serves only a few types of chinese cuisine.
However, when we tasted the soup, it was a bit on the sweet side. I actually prefer the soup at Jalan Penchala which oddly enough did not smell as good. So sometimes the smell is not a perfect indicator.