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I just go through a few blogs to find the address for this and didn’t know that this shop is actually a hit in the town with the taste and especially the chili flakes. This place was introduce by my friends when we were hunting for our company dinner dress.

Kin Kin

Kin Kin (2)

Their signature which is, this very chili flakes that a lot of people just add on many table spoonful of it onto their bowl but I felt that there is nothing fancy on this flakes or I would say there are actually a few shops are better than this.

Kin Kin (3)

‘Mix of Pork and Fish Ball’, loves the springy feel of both flavor as what I preferred. Pork ball is abit solid yet gives me the compact bite of it and not a big fan of fish balls yet it does gives the soft springy feel.

Kin Kin (4)

‘Soup Pan Mee’ taste not bad with the taste of anchovies that gives a bit of salty inside the clear soup yet flour taste comes from pan mee, added on with mince meat added on the flavor.

Kin Kin (5)

If you do not like soup base then you should try their ‘Dry Pan Mee’ which I prefer more than the soup base. I have mine added on with the semi boil egg.

Kin Kin (6)

I did like what other people did just by adding on the chili flakes, its just not bad after all to make the taste slightly better.

With the price tag around RM5-RM8 I would say its not a expensive place to eat in with their prompt service there is actually nothing to complain about.

-= Ka Ching =-

Food Rating 6.5/10, not bad lah~-Stamped-

–Warning– This is based on my individual taste. Try it at your own risk-

Location:

Restaurant Kin Kin
Jalan Perubatan 4
KL
(in front of Police Station Pandan Indah)

Last round went for costume hunting for company dinner, and we were short of time due to traveling time then for the past round that we went there, we saw this shop that its kinda pack with people and might thought that, hrmm…would be a good place to have lunch since the price is quite cheap. Chong Ko Hakka Noodle

I am not a big fan of hakka food, but then still acceptable as did try a few disappointed restaurant and also good ones.

Chong Ko

Chong Ko (2)

Chong Ko (3)

‘Original Hakka Noodle’ is something plain that add in with some mince meat and small cubes of ‘chu yau’ which taste something simple and clear. RM 4.30

Chong Ko (4)

‘Curry Chicken Hakka Noodle’ Would be one of my favourite, not so thick curry soup base yet the santan is not so thick too, the flavor of the soup is just nice yet the chicken meat is soft. I just wish that my bowl is added on some pork balls. Yummm~ RM4.80

Chong Ko (5)

‘Pork Ball White Noodle’ with the look, I have underestimate the taste of it. Among all, this would taste the best with its thin noodle compare to the rest which is the thick one. Springy like wan tan mee noodle, with mild taste of the soup and I just love their pork ball, solid chewy type. RM 4.30

Chong Ko (6)

That is why we order another bowl of ‘Pork Ball’ RM 3.50

Chong Ko (7)

‘Dumpling’ is nothing to praise on. Just a normal one. RM 4

With the price and the food in this area, I would say its very reasonable and no complain.

-= Ka Ching =-

Food Rating 7/10, Not bad ah~-Stamped-

–Warning– This is based on my individual taste. Try it at your own risk-

Location:
Chong Ko Hakka Noodle,
Along Jalan Pandan Utama (nearby and opp Steven’s Corner)
If not mistaken is Jalan Pandan Indah 5/2

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