Chinese Restaurants in Taman Tun Dr Ismail (Ttdi) (Taman Tun Dr Ismail, Jalan Tun Dr Ismail, Taman Tun Dr. Ismail, Ttdi) – 21 Restaurants
This kopitiam has started their business for more than 25 years and the stall owners have much or less remained the same.
summerkid posted www.malaysianflavours.com 568 Reviews
Will come back again to try out other stalls like char koay teow, wantan mee, and chicken rice. Will say no to their kopi peng (RM2.50). Taste like a watered down coffee, not “kau” at all.
The branch out of Jalan Sultan’s Seng Kee Restaurant which famous and pioneer for claypot Lou Shee Fun. The restaurant owns by the same family and the taste are similiar with the original recipe. This restaurant serves more variety of dishes compared to the original Seng Kee’s. They serve rice and “Tai Chow” also besides the famous claypot lou shee fun and the wantan mee with fried garlic roast pork.
pamela_ybc posted www.malaysianfoodie.com 997 Reviews
We ended with the Sui Kao Soup where the pulpy sui kao (RM 1.20 per pc (min 5 pcs))which is wrapped with ingredients in it is simply good. Comes pulpy and filled with the juicy bites!
The food is good. The place is extremely clean and cosy. The price is very reasonable. The way they cook the noodle is still follow the traditional method to cook. Therefore, when you try their cantonese fry noodle, you can tell the different right away.
kwong.yong posted kwongeats.blogspot.com 95 Reviews
Eating at Yik Kee definitely reminded me that I'm back in KL.
Newly opened, originally from Jinjang since 1969, great variety of food, and pleasant ambience with free high speed internet connection. Visit www.facebook.com/soonheongbakkutteh for more information and updates. To make reservations or order our 'ssignature dishes' in advance to avoid waiting times not longer than 1 hour, please contact Damon or Andy on +601123598736 or +60122996121 respectively.
Great food... One of the best that I've been to although I am not a big fan of Bak Kut Teh but I certainly did enjoy the food.