Tuesday, 26 January 2016
Food: Hawker street @ Taman Danau Desa, Bringing you the taste of Penang!
Recently, my foodie friends and I was feeling very adventurous and came across this "little penang" located at Taman Desa. Hawker Street @ Taman Desa claims to brings you the best of Penang to you patrons in KL! If you're familiar with Malaysia, you'd probably know what Penang is famous for!
Laksa and Char Kuey Teow has always been my all time favourite Penang dish! Therefore, I will be very picky with my choice of stalls. However, this little eatery did not disappoint me at all during my visit. Please read on to find out more about the quality of food served here!
Hawker Street is located 2 shop lots away from the in-famous Woo Pin Fish Head noodle.
Comfortable and spacious settings for its patrons.
Beautifully decorated flower arrangements at the entrance.
This little eatery is managed/ run by the chef, Matthew himself and his partner Brandon. They aims to brings and share the authenticity of Penang dishes out of the state. Growing up in a family of chefs has allowed Matthew to be exposed and learn the skills from generations!
Find out below on our experience here!
Pat poh herbal tea
Three flavour coffee
Pat Poh Milk
We were served with their Signature Lobak as starter. Those who love lobak, this might just be it! A very meaty feeling to it which is complimented well with the beancurd wrap on the outside.
The laksa served here has a very balanced taste between sour and spicy. I like the texture and taste of the soup here as they are very generous with the amount of fish given. Not the best laksa I've tasted or to my likings however, it is still One of the best! If you're craving for a decent bowl of laksa, this would definitely not disappoint you!
Hokkien Prawn Mee
A Must-Try here at this little eatery! One of my recommendation to you if you are dropping by! The soup may not be as red as expected of your typical bowl of hokkien mee. However, do not be deceive by the look of it as the soup has a very fragrant aroma of prawn flavour in it.
If you love chillies as much as I do, it'll be best if you add this spoon of chilly paste into the soup to add on more spicy flavours to your bowl of hokkien mee.
White Curry Mee
The secret to this white looking bowl of noodle lies in this curry paste that comes with it. Patrons are required to stir and mixed the paste into the soup before enjoying this bowl of white curry mee.
Pork Minced Kuey Teow Soup
Big Prawn Char Kuey Teow
Look at those big and chunky piece of prawns topped on this perfect plate of fried kuey teow! Blogging this near mid night just makes me crave for it more right now! This plate of Char Kuey Teow could easily be the next recommended dish here!
Priced at RM12.50 per plate is rather slightly pricy, however, it is served with 2 big prawns and generous amount of cockles which totally makes it worth. Those who loves they plate of char kuey teow with this will definitely think it's worth it!
Corn Flakes Sago Gula Melaka
To spread the words, The Hawker street is currently running a social media promotion whereby you'll get yourself a Free Corn Flake Sago Gula Melaka when you like and share their page on Facebook,( Here: The Hawker Street )
The Hawker Street serves one of the best penang food you can find here in KL! Definitely a place to go to whenever you're missing them penang food or whenever you're too lazy to travel up north. I'll definitely be back for more in the near future! Great food, great place for gatherings with friends and family!
For more information,
33, Jalan 109F, Plaza Danau 2,
Taman Danau Desa,
58100 Kuala Lumpur
Business Hours: Tuesday - Sunday (10 AM -10 PM)
Facebook: The Hawker Street
Contact: 03-7971 4355
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