Thursday, January 18, 2007

One Noodles, Kepong

Shrimp Wanton Noodles
Szechuan Dry Noodles

Kepong is considered by most a food haven. Why ? This surburb has got the highest concentration of "good food" stalls. It is not like anyone has made a survey of some sort, but looking for good food in KL can be tricky. You find food stalls at every corner of every street in KL. Which one is good which one is not ?

One Noodle, as the name of the eatery suggests, it serves noodles. The pictures above shows two types of noodles. The shrimp wanton soup noodles and SzeChuan Dry Noodles. The noodles are so so only. Their SzeChuan is not sour and spicy enough for my liking. Perhaps they have to tone down on the powerness of its Szechuaness taste, to adapt to the Malaysian Chinese's tastebuds.

The favourite dish is still the Seafood NoodleSoup which comes in Dry/Soup/Curry and Tom Yam. This is a must try dish, their most expensive one in the menu. Of course if you like to try their starters (dim sum) do try some of the stuff they have.

Over the years, KTZ have grown in popularity, however so , the quality of their food has gone down. I remember those days when KTZ was a small little stall by the main road of Kepong.


karynn said...

ur blog all food wan hor? there goes all ur gym efforts... :p

Bernsy said...


talking about food makes me more relaxed and happier ma..