No. 34-36, Persiaran Zaaba, Taman Tun Dr Ismail
Kuala Lumpur 60000

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11:00am - 10:30pm

11:00am - 10:30pm

11:00am - 10:30pm

11:00am - 10:30pm

11:00am - 10:30pm

11:00am - 10:30pm

11:00am - 10:30pm

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From the Burpple community

Rainy days call for soup, and the house-favourite fish ball soup did not disappoint. A bit salty too, but the soup is super flavourful from the onions, garlic and spring onions. Quite generous with the fish balls and fish paste too.

Deep-fried kailan is served on top of more kailan – liked this a lot! Cooked in your usual anchovy and garlic sauce.

Tho a bit salty this chicken dish is call kinds of yummy. Sauce was thick, boasting sweet and spicy flavours – perfect for pouring all over your white rice. They also have this in medium and large options.

You'll find this neighbourhood restaurant buzzing with families tucking into Homst's delicious Chinese-Muslim fare for dinner. Crowd favourites include the Steamed Egg (from RM8), Wet Buttered Chicken (from RM18), Curry Fish Head (from RM20) and HOMST Taufu (from RM15). Alternatively, swing by for a dim sum breakfast to have classics like Homst Siew Mai (RM10.80) and Homst Steamed BBQ Chicken Bun (RM8).
Photo by Burppler Ali K

Bookmark this neighbourhood stalwart for your next family feast! Order these specialities – Kangkung Belacan (RM10), Sambal Fish (from RM9 per 100g) and Wet Buttered Chicken (from RM18). A must-have according to Burppler Farah Azis is the Salted Egg Soft Shell Crab (from RM28), which she acclaims was 'love at first bite'. We recommend pairing the dishes with the Chinese Fried Rice (RM9) that's extremely flavourful. Ps. They also offer single plates of rice and noodle dishes for solo diners.

Homst is the neighbourhood favourite for delicious Muslim-friendly Chinese dishes to share. Keep this spot in mind the next time you're hosting a big get-together – there's a private dining area available for large groups.
Photo by Burppler Farah Aziz

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