Wednesday, December 15, 2010

Top Kitchen Penang Cuisine, Manjalara Kepong - Next to New Tesco Kepong Village Mall

I love Penang Tuapan aka Wat Tan Hor (Braised fried flat noodles) and would be on the lookout for it all the time. KL type wat tan hor doesn't go down well with me. I still prefer Penang style tuapan (wide flat noodles), so I was quite happy to chance upon Top Kitchen restaurant which is located next to the new Tesco Kepong Village Mall. Many restaurants moved over to this location once there were news that Tesco construction was about to complete. This once quiet place is now teaming with diners during peak hours!

I found out from the lady boss that she is from Raja Uda Butterworth.......and her brother has a very popular restaurant back home, selling Tuapan. Raja Uda is famous for reasonably priced and tasty food. The total cost for 3 plates of noodles and rice plus drinks came out to be RM17. A good price for such a comfortable dining environment.

This is my tuapan, Penang Style, just the way I like it!

As usual, my son would go for Penang Hokkien Mee (Prawn noodles, har mien) which is very flavourful.

My daughter wanted fired rice, so I ordered egg wrap fried rice for her. The fried rice is very tasty! I recomend this dish!

After a nice lunch of Penang food at Top Kitchen Penang Cuisine, we bought back some nice chocolate and cheese from the counter inside the shop (RM11.10 for 3 pcs). Very creamy and nice!

Map and Address to Top Kitchen, Penang Cuisine, Manjalara, Kuala Lumpur

No 21, Jalan 9/62A, Bandar Manjalara, Kepong, 52100 Kuala Lumpur

13 comments:

Mei Teng said...

I like braised fried flat noodles too.

Jeannie said...

Hi! Dropping by to say thanks for visiting my blog:D and found a great blog that gives reviews to great eats around KL! Next time when I ran out of places to go, I shall come in here for reference:D

Alice Law said...

Wat tan Hor is my all time favourite, their Hokkien mee looks really different from what we have here leh, it's normally 'black' over here!

The last picture, those are cakes? Or just simply chocolate and cheese?

Pete said...

jeanie : Thks for dropping by too

Alice : The Hokkien mee is actually har mee. We call it Hokkien mee in Penang. The last picture are cakes.

Bestoti said...

Good good...my likey!!

suituapui said...

Yum...had prawn mee in Penang. We have the egg-wrapped fried rice here - Pattaya fried chicken rice... Nice!

Alice Law said...

Noted with regards! have a nice day ya!^-^

Small Kucing said...

I think i saw this shop before but cant remember the exact location. Maybe will go and find one of these days :D

Wai Kitt said...

I am the fan of wat tan hor too! Thanks for the location given.

[SK] said...

hmmmm, what is the difference between Penang and KL wat dan hor leh??

Mary said...

Now if ever I get there I'll know what to order :-). It all looks delicious. I hope you are having a great day. Blessings...Mary

Christine said...

those prawn noodles look good!

LDH said...

So many of the foods you highlight in your posts looks like the kind of foods I would enjoy too. The tuapan, Penang Style looks delicious! Strong, fishy flavors are not my favorite but all of the pork and chicken dishes sound good. Especially the ones on the sweeter side.

Fun visiting these exciting places via your blog!

Sending Merry Christmas wishes to you too! Happy New Year :)

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