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KTZ stands for 'Kei Tak Zek' which is a cantonese term meaning 'Remember To Eat'. I came to know the existence of this through a close friend and I firstly tried their food in their branch in SS2. My friend kept telling me how good their mango dessert are so I really made it a point to try it for myself and I fell in love with it. KTZ is like one of those shops that sells chinese hot and cold desserts and also finger food, a place people would go usually for tea or supper. Not only that, they al
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KTZ stands for 'Kei Tak Zek' which is a cantonese term meaning 'Remember To Eat'. I came to know the existence of this through a close friend and I firstly tried their food in their branch in SS2. My friend kept telling me how good their mango dessert are so I really made it a point to try it for myself and I fell in love with it. KTZ is like one of those shops that sells chinese hot and cold desserts and also finger food, a place people would go usually for tea or supper. Not only that, they also have food like fried rice and noodles if you opt for something heavier.
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This is the famous Mango Loh, which I never fail to order whenever I go KTZ. It's actually shaved ice with sweet mango puree and sago on top and below the ice and some chopped mango at the side of the ice. I really really like it because they really blend the mango for their mango puree and not like those artificial that can be found in many shops. And the mango is always so sweet and yummy. Eating this on a hot sunny day, is the best thing. And the mangoes they use is fresh and not like the ones that can be found in the can.
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This is called Wall Band in english and cantonese call it 'Wo Peng'. It's actually a deep fried flour sort of thing with some sweet lotus filling and topped it off with some sesame seed. This is Wen Chien's favorite. They fried it when you order and not ready fried, so when it's served it's still really hot and crunchy. Superb yummy. You may have come across this dish in a chinese wedding for the dessert.
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I am not sure what's the name of this dish called. It's actually a deep fried thing with fish fillings in it and comes along with some mayo sauce. This is not too bad and for a person who likes fish, you probably will like this!
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This is my favorite and I also don't what's the name for it. It's actually deep fried fish and pork fillings with bits of carrots and spring onions and in the middle is yellow salted egg yolk. This is very yummy, because the meat and all is so chewy and the salted egg yolk goes so well with it


I really like eating in KTZ, because the shop never fails to disappoint me. They also have very yummy hot chinese desserts like black sesame soup and peanut soup that I have tried before. Their noodles and fried rice are also really good! For the price, it's a little pricey. Overall, my bill came up to about RM20++. But totally worth it because I left with a happy and satisfied stomach!
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2012-07-04