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Telephone
016-6377268
Opening Hours
Today
10:00 - 22:00
Mon - Sun
10:00 - 22:00
Payment Methods
Cash
Other Info
Smoking Section
Signature Dishes
Fried Hokkien Mee Fried Lo Su Fen
Review (4)
My classmates and I went to Aeon Cheras Selatan. Walking around seeking for budget food but yet we were so keen on eating chinese food.We were attracted by the promotion board outside the store.Written RM13.90++ with free drinks. Okay who doesn't like free food. So we decided to check it out.Entering the restaurant, we love the huge restaurant as we were allowed to select the seats anywhere we want. We decided to sit on the sofa in which we can lay our backs on All the way towards the end of the restaurant, we found out seats. Settled down.The food as stated outside the shop is RM13.90. And after adding the service charge and taxes. It's RM16 per set. The set comes with a drink with choice of (chrysanthemum, greentea, lohonkor,sugar cane)Having to say, we went there in the afternoon, and sitting at the end, next to the window. We feel warm there that I have to use the tissue to put on my face to 'absorb' my sweat.We were happy to sit at the sofa but it was a wrong choice that leading us to the sweatsBut I would say the food is not bad. I'm a vinegar lover. The waiter gave me one bottle of vinegar and i almost finish the whole bottle eating my Lor Mee.I don't know why but i just love sour food that much The drinks come in big cup too.I force myself to finish the drink and the big portion of noodles.For this price, at this place. I think it is slightly expensive, but the services are good at least.Till next time. Chao continue reading
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Level4 2013-05-30
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Kim Lian Kee has long existed since 1920s in Chinatown, Petaling Street, KL. Their famous charcoal-fried noodles can now be tasted in selected shopping centers. However, the taste is not the same, it is now mainly cooked by foreign workers.Moonlight Kuey Teow 月光河 - ingredients are kuey teow, pork, prawn, squid, pork lard, cabbage, black sauce and topped with a raw egg. The noodles was extremely oily, too much of fried pork lard and lack of 'wok fragrance' not like before anymore. continue reading
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Level4 2012-10-21
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Was here for dinner and my partner and I ordered the thai style tofu as an appetizer. According to owners, the original store is still in petaling street and has been there for a quite long time. The tofu is stuffed with a meat combination and then deep fried. The thai salad is a combination of sliced cucumber, onions, chili and ground peanut. The sauce is not too spicy but makes you crave for more. continue reading
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)