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Restaurant Mama's Kitchen, TTDI

>> Tuesday, October 28, 2008

Date: 27 October 2008
Venue: Restaurant Mama's Kitchen, Taman Tun Dr Ismail, KL
Occasion: Lunch with the band members
Overall comment: This place is surprisingly packed with patrons! The signature dishes are the claypot loh shu fun, garlic roast pork with wan tan noodles, and the creamy buttered squids :) Food's pretty delicious & ambiance is not too bad la...though a lil hot. Price wise, it's slightly higher than the usual, but for the quality of food that you get, it's worth paying a couple of ringgit more ;) Oh yeah, they do impose a 5% service charge on the total bill too :S

Creamy Buttered Squid (RM18.00/medium serving)
This dish is LOVELY! The taste of the 'creamy-butter' was a tad too sweet, but on the overall, it was really fragrant :) The squid was just nice in texture as well, & I reckon the curry leaves did the trick to enhance the entire dish! :D

Garlic Roast Pork Wan Tan Noodles (RM16.00/medium serving)
Wah...this pork noodles is divine....*lip smacking* It's indescribable man...I reckon what made the simple roast pork so good was just the garlic oil! The entire dish is actually VERY simple...just roast pork & noodles wei...

Claypot Loh Shu Fun (RM13.00/medium serving)
I felt that this wasn't excellent...it's missing in dried shrimp, thus making the dish a lil 'flat' in taste...aisehman...such a waste. Plus, I feel that they could afford one more egg to go with such a large claypot of loh shu fun....

Restaurant Mama's Kitchen (Famous Loh Shu Fun)
No. 48, Jalan Datuk Sulaiman
Taman Tun Dr. Ismail
60000 Kuala Lumpur.
Tel: (603) 7729 3030

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- Ruth


P Leong January 1, 2013 at 9:59 PM  

My dining at this place this evening was a complete disappointment. The claypot ‘loh see fun’ was pre-cooked and I knew this because (1) it wasn’t hot when it was served to me; (2) the ‘loh see fun’ was soggy; (3) the inner wall of the claypot was clean as normally some ‘loh see fun’ would stick on the bottom wall if it was cooked with it. I confronted the lady owner who admitted the shortcoming and she blamed shortage of staff for this. Also, the ‘sui kow’ served in soup was not fresh. Despite this, I was charged in full!! I wouldn’t go back to this place anymore.

PerutBesi January 1, 2013 at 11:07 PM  

@P Leong: Yikes. Sad to hear that...I haven't been back to that place since year 2008, so I can't tell if the food got any better or worse. The 1st & last time I was there, their claypot loh shu fun wasn't fantastic. If you're looking for a consistently good claypot loh shu fun, I find that Jeff Lee's Kitchen at Kg Baru Sg. Buloh is good! But that's my personal opinion...you'll probably have to try to find out for yourself. All the best & hope you'll not be disappointed!

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