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A zen place for pork chop ramen with slight tea taste in the soup? I kinda enjoyed it. .
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RM18.90.

We enjoyed the Choconut (RM15) - pure chocolate mixed with coconut water served in the coconut(!) 🌴 The sweetness of the juice blended very nicely with the bittersweet chocolate - yielding a really refreshing drink.

For purists, you really can't go wrong with their Milk Chocolate (RM13) which uses single origin beans. The chocolate drink is creamy, not too thick with the natural chocolate flavours at the fore.

But if you really like your kakao #extrakao (geddit?) - go for the Chocolate Shot (RM10.50) - 35g of warm single origin chocolate straight from the spout. We sampled it - lovely, thick, chocolate-y goodness!

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Roasted pork (siew yoke/ sio bak/ 烧肉) ranks as one of my favourite dishes and I’ll go all out to try a good version of it. Finally made my way down to Pudu to try this legendary place.

Wong Mei Kee is touted as one of the best roasted pork places in KL. It’s colloquially known as Datuk roasted pork as its owner has been conferred a Datukship. Datuk Wong is the man behind the show where he does almost everything himself from marinating to roasting to chopping the meat. Diners wait patiently for the food to be served at 12.30pm.

I was thoroughly impressed by the roasted pork (RM 17/ person). It was roasted in charcoal. The crackling was spectacularly crispy and there was a good fat to meat ratio. It was amazing how the meat remained so tender, flavourful and moist. Servings were rather generous as the roasted pork was cut into thick chunks. I chowed down the whole plate with much delight.

Was confused what they meant by fried potatoes but it turned out to be crispy hash browns, which worked brilliantly with the gooey egg.
The sandwiches here are huge so prepare to make a mess!
PS. They provide gloves so make use of that to avoid getting your hands dirty.

If only I work near Pudu, I’ll be stopping by this cute little shack every morning for a wholesome breakfast.
Fluffy charcoal toasts stuffed to the brim with sweet and spicy chicken floss, omelette, cheese and vegetables. I can have this for breakfast, lunch and dinner!

Creamy scrambled eggs, fluffy charcoal toast, crispy hash browns and regular ham slice & sausages. Overall a pretty mediocre plate. Would recommend to dive straight for their sandwiches instead.

Apart from its infamous fresh coconut chocolate drink, @senimankakao also serves breakfast and lunch from 8am onwards.
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Superb presentation, healthy ingredients and less oil ... .
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Price is at average of RM20++ per serving.

Nothing strikes a nostalgic chord quite like a warm bowl of tong sui (traditional Chinese dessert). Come to Pudu to find the best bowls in town. Owner Ricky Yan shuns everything artificial and insists on keeping the tradition of freshly grinding the black sesame and almonds in a stone mill. Dubbed as "The King of Chi Ma Wu", his Black Sesame Paste (RM3.50) is a must-order. Caution! Take slow sips of the velvety paste as the dessert is served hot. Another crowd-favourite is the Peanut Paste (RM3.50) which boasts the same creamy texture and a super nutty flavour. If you want the best of both worlds, go for the Cha Wu (RM4.50) that features a delicious combination of peanut and black sesame paste.
Photo by Burppler Ethel Tan

Peanut paste+Sesame paste! Super smooth!!
Latte art move aside. Here we have TONG SUI ART.