Tuesday, November 29, 2011

Kiki Taiwan Cuisine (Kuala Lumpur)

When we passed by Ki Ki Taiwan Cuisine, it was crowded. Singaporean mentality- If it's crowded, must be good! We waited around 15 minutes for a table and decided what we wanted to eat. 

It was a sweet and sour prawn combo plus some seafood steamboat where the seafood has already been cooked. The prawns for the sweet and sour prawns were not fresh, what a pity. I know the prawns look like pork, but no, this restaurant is apparently pork free.

We also ordered another seafood steamboat to share. As you can tell, there are prawns, chicken, crab stick, fishcake, sotong ball, dong fen, clams etc. The soup base was pretty good- especially after all the ingredients were thrown into the steamboat. But it got increasingly salty as the soup dried up towards the end.

Overall, this place is decently priced (80 Ringgit in total) and the staff are pretty courteous as well. It's normal steamboat so you might want to hop in on a chilly day (I know there's no such thing called chilly day in KL but there are rainy days!) 

Kiki Taiwan Cuisine
Suria KLCC
Fourth Floor
Kuala Lumpur


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