Friday, April 8, 2011

Fruity Shaved Ice KTZ Food Dessert @ Kepong Baru, Kepong

Right after the pipping hot experience of Ka Ka Bak Kut Teh, we decided to grab something cool to chill our body. Nothing is more suitable than KTZ Food Dessert which is located at the stretch of food stalls along the Jalan 7 of Kepong Baru.

This KTZ Food Dessert in Kepong is actually the main/first of the many branches of it's chain in Klang Valley. KTZ Food Dessert Kepong are well known for it's dessert, particularly the fruity shaved ice sago dessert , similar to the one located in SS 2-Petaling Jaya.
KTZ Food Dessert Kepong

I find the crowd here is of lesser than the one in the SS 2 branch which is a good thing considering we do not need to wait for a table.
Still crowded, but lesser as compared to the SS 2 branch

There are a variety of hot and cold desserts to choose from. However, if you are first timer to KTZ Food Dessert, you definitely must try out their best seller desserts - Fruit Loh, which are the fruit shaved ice sago dessert.
Honey Dew Loh (RM 4.50 per bowl)
Offers a refreshing experience of honey dew flavour that is not too heavily syruped yet taste great.

The texture of their shaved ice are pretty fine and smooth although it can't beat the one in Snowflake Taiwanese Dessert. However, it is no non-sense when it comes to the taste. There is no room to experience any tasteless shaved ice as they are so well infused with the flavour as per your order.

Not only that, KTZ Food Dessert fruity shaved ice came with some chunks of fruit too, offering some extra bites.
Mango Loh (RM 5.50 per bowl)
Mango lovers will definitely love this. The mango puree is thick and is bursting with original mango flavour. Each scoop is just so mango-ish.

I spotted some other table enjoying some finger food which reminds me so much of the past. Obviously I did order a plate of it for myself.
Fried Siew Kow (RM 4.50 per pax)
Think of a pork meat and salted egg yolk being wrapped in a thin wantan skin before being shaped into a ball and deep fried. The fried siew kow will then be cut into pieces just like above(the pic). Not many place serve this dish, in fact this is my very first time eating it many years after my mum retires from cooking it. Reminiscence of the past, so delectable.

Not only they have a wide variety of desserts to choose from, they do offer an wide array of selected finger food, noodles and snacks. Don't worry about being adventurous because you will most likely will not be disappointed with their selection. After all, this stall Chinese name is known as Kei Tak Sek-which literally means "Remember to Eat". So if you happen to be here, start ordering and don't forget to eat!

Honey Dew Loh: 6.5/10
Mango Loh: 7.5/10
Fried Siew Kow: 8/10 (non-halal)

Atmosphere: 4.5/10
Price: 6/10
Verdict: One of my favourite stall to satisfy my craving for dessert!

KTZ Food Dessert
66, Jalan 7
Kepong Baru
52100, Kuala Lumpur
Wilayah Persekutuan

Tel: 6012 - 6252 9451 (Angeline Lim)
Business hours: 4 pm - 1 am daily

1 comment:

  1. Hi KEN JUN,
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