One Noodle La Mein @ Kepong Baru
A stone throw away from KTZ at Kepong Baru is One Noodle, a Hong Kong char chan teng type of restaurant that serve mainly noodles and dim sum.
If you didn’t know, One Noodle is also a subsidiary of The Fruitti Stall just like KTZ. And because of this, the noodles you ordered at KTZ Kepong Baru are actually prepared at One Noodle then delivered to you by the waiters across the road on foot. Because only certain noodles are available at KTZ, you gotta head to the One Noodle’s outlet if you want to see and try the actual full menu.
I was particularly interested in the Superior Seafood La Mein @ RM13.80. When the noodles arrived I knew I made the correct choice lol. Just look at the the generous portion of seafood given.. there were prawns, mussels, scallops and clams!
It tasted pretty good too, soup was light and sweet of seafood flavor. Value for money indeed for the big portion.
SL had Wanton Soup La Mein @ RM8. Although the noodles was OK only, the wantons were awesome with delicious filling made of minced prawn and pork. Each bite released a satisfying burst of flavor.
A char chan teng meal would not be complete without having a cup of milk tea and Yin Yong, don’t you think so?
My only complaint towards Kepong Baru’s One Noodle would be the tiny place and tight seating, which made the dining experience a little uncomfortable. Other than that, it was a pleasant meal and I will surely return again but maybe to the other bigger and later branches at SS2 or The Waterfront in Desa Park City.
No.66, Jalan 7, Kepong Baru,
52100 Kuala Lumpur
Tel: 03 6262 9451, 6252 9452
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