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2012-07-31 47 views
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
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!