19 June 2012

Original & First KTZ ~ Kepong, Kuala Lumpur

In cultures around the world, dessert or pudding is a course that typically comes at the end of a meal, usually consisting of sweet food. The word comes from the French language as dessert and this from Old French desservir, "to clear the table" and "to serve." 

Mango Sai Mai Loh
I finally get to try the original & first KTZ which branches along Klang Valley, famous for its Sai Mai Loh (ice blended) and sweet desserts. Located nearby Kepong, it is a small stall erected beside the road which serves the exact same quality as their other branches. 

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Although, it does not revolve around fancy decorations and high end menus, I like the way they keep it clean and neat. Everything was done in a standard hygiene manner without us worrying about rats accompanying us for deserts too. They divided their stalls to two stations. First, is the deserts, drinks, and sweet soups & secondly, some of snacks, and noodles they cooked. 


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Mango Sai Mai Loh
Their mango Sai Mai loh is to die for, blended ice sitting on a sago pool, served with sliced mangoes & syrup. The best desert for a hot weather ! However, do watch out as the mangoes sweetness depends on the season itself. Do not like too sweet stuff? Opt for their honey dew or kiwi flavour.

Fu Chuk Tong Yuen
Some of the tong shui's are really nice to try. Their fu chuk barley is one of my favourites and you can opt to have tong yuen or not in your sweet soups. There is a great variety of tong shui's

Fried Soew Kow
Other than noodles served here, there are some great fried snacks which are served hot. The Fried Soew Kow is really nice as it represents a blend of salted egg and pork meat which is great in tantalizing your buds.

Fish Fillet
The fish fillet is served with their own mayo sauce and personally is also my favourites. Most of the fried snacks are really delicious as each of it brings its own unique flavour to its taste. Go and try it !


KTZ DESSERT (The Fruitti Stall)

66, Jalan 7,

Kepong Baru
52100, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
Tel: 6012 – 6252 9451 (Angeline Lim)
Business hours: 4 pm – 1 am daily
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