LG-33, KSL City
33, Jalan Seladang, Taman Abad
Johor Bahru 80250

(open in Google Maps)

10:00am - 09:00pm

10:00am - 09:00pm

10:00am - 09:00pm

10:00am - 09:00pm

10:00am - 09:00pm

10:00am - 09:00pm

10:00am - 09:00pm

View Address & Details
Managing this business?
Use our tools to maintain your business info and view analytics to reach more customers.
Claim your page now for FREE

Shop vouchers

Enjoy dining without burning a hole in your pocket, no membership required


From the Burpple community

Char Siew & Siu Yok Noodles (RM11.20)
Noodles go really well with the gravy at the bottom, roast duck is flavorful and has a good balance of meat and fat.
A good place to eat if you crave soup and a good bowl of noodles.

📸 & ✍🏻 by Burppler Shaun Sim

1 Like

Served piping hot and crispy, tofu is soft on the inside and paired super well with the flavourful minced meat.

Probably my favouritest place to dine at in KSL, the soup here is really, really flavourful. I managed to finish the whole pot by myself! 😬 The soup is boiled in an urn under constant charcoal fire for hours on end and is fetched by staff from deep within the urn when one is ordered. It is filled with herbs and meat, definitely value for money!

I like that the noodles here goes really well with the gravy at the bottom. The siu yok is a little too fatty for my liking but decent nonetheless. The XO roast duck however, is flavourful and retains the correct balance of meat and fat. A really good place to eat at if you crave soup and a good bowl of noodles ◡̈

Consists of char siew, sio bak and roasted duck. Roasted duck was the soft skin kind and so was more forgettable but the other two are absolutely indelible.

Char siew was extremely well charred and smoky, to the point that it was slightly hard. But it's impossible not to love as the more u chew the more juices and flavours burst out, filling your mouth with a sensual smoky sweetness

Sio bak is the best I've had. Skin was consummately crispy, sort of like an airy cracker but still retaining some bite. Even though we somehow got 90% fats, it was so flavourful and didn't come across as greasy at all.

Also their homemade chili with quite a punch definitely helped us stuff piece after piece of divine bovine into our mouths

Despite it being a 4pax portion 3 of us didn't find it enough simply because it's so good it's hard to stop.

1 Like

If you are at KSL City Mall, you might spot two giant urns that are hard to miss. People are queuing to get their lunch fix at this restaurant. I like 3 of the dishes that I ate.

The tonic soup is gentle on the palette. There are hints of herbs and ingredients like dang gui, dang shen, red dates and pork ribs that is simmered for hours to give it flavour. It's also nourishing for the body. (RM 18.80)

The roast meat platter consists of classics like roast duck, siew yoke and char siew. The last time I had good char siew was many years ago in Hong Kong and the char siew here is definitely good stuff. Charred and filled with a smokey flavour, it comes with a really dark gooey sauce. It's strong in flavour yet not too sweet. The sio bak and roast duck are not very memorable but decent. (RM 34.80)

The noodles are springy and savoury. The shallot oil really helps to bring out the flavour and its very well-balanced. (RM 3.50)

Overall, quite shiok.

Juicy roasted pork and salted chicken with noodles. Glazed with sesame oil and sauce, every strand of noodles is bursting with flavour.

1 Like