Saturday, November 5, 2016

K. K. Kafeteria

Hidden at Jalan TAR in Kuala Lumpur, one of the Chinese shops along the area besides the famous Kin Kin Pan Mee. The shop is facing the main road along the same row with Yaseen.

Hainanese Fried Noodles (RM7)

Cantonese Style Noodles (RM8)

Chicken Chop (Deep Fried) Hainanese Style (RM15.50)

Deep-fried version is worth ordering. Possibly the best dish I've tasted after everything else.

Wednesday Daily Specials (RM8 or RM9?)

Same as the above but the portion is smaller and it comes with rice and egg.

Chicken Chop (Oven Baked) Brown Sauce (RM15.50)

Do not order the oven baked - look at the unhealthy black bits all over the chicken. Those aren't pepper - those are cancerous black bits that you should not be eating. I had to scrap the skin completely naked to eat. It was quite disgusting.

Sambal Belacan with Lime

Tuesday Daily Specials - Nasi Lemak (RM8)

Singapore Fried Bihun (RM8)

Thursday Daily Specials (RM8 for Chicken Breast or RM9 for Chicken Thigh)

I paid the normal price for chicken breast. Portion is very generous.

I paid an extra RM1 for the thigh, but the portion is pathetic. There's barely any meat in it...

There is barely any meat, just fats and skin. I told the owner and she said "I'll give you a bigger portion next time", instead of charging me just the normal price this time around. Why pay extra to get chicken skin, fats and bones?

I've been supporting this place for a while now but it irritates me when they choose to do nothing about it when consumers voiced out their dissatisfaction.

There was once I ordered the orange juice because it's apparently popular, came with this really odd sweetener taste. I'm pretty sure they used Sunkist! I told them I did not want the Sunkist, please use oranges only. They used two oranges with no Sunkist instead of one orange plus Sunkist, did not tell me beforehand and tried to charge me RM7 instead of RM4. I was a bit unhappy but they eventually charged me only RM4. Now that I'm aware of this, I will never order their orange juice anymore.

The place is still run by locals and it's supposed to be good.

I really like this place as this is one of the old coffee shops that serves traditional Hainanese food and there are not many Chinese shops around the area. Unfortunately, after a few visits, I thought they could have done better. Don't think any improvements will be done since this place has been around forever and they only cater to regulars.

They have catering services as well, but I don't think I will try, as regular food is already a disappointment.

If there is something that I like about them, it will be their deep-fried Hainanese Chicken Chop.

KK Kafeteria
355 Jalan TAR,
50100 Kuala Lumpur
Opening Hours
Daily 10.30am - 4pm
Closed on Sundays
KK Kafeteria's Page

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