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23 Feb, 2008

Madam Kwan’s Restaurant

Posted by: Wen Ching In: Malaysian Food

This is one of the restaurants that I always enjoy having local food. We decided to visit this restaurant since it has been quite some time since my last visit.

The restaurant was really crowded during dinner time. The queue was rather long but we only waited for 5 minutes for our seat.

The interior of this restaurant is rather clean and pleasant.

Despite the fact that there’re many customers, service was really speedy and attentive. The nasi lemak that we ordered arrived shortly after we placed our orders. Priced at RM14.20, this nasi lemak is served with chicken curry, sambal ikan bilis, dried shrimp floss, hard boiled egg, acar and sliced cucumbers. The coconut steamed rice was really fragrant and it went well with the chicken which tasted soft and juicy. The sambal and acar were good too, a really good choice since the serving was large. An additional bowl of coconut rice costs RM2.10. For our drinks, we had a fresh apple juice for RM7.80.

Then we went for our all time favourite assam laksa which costs RM12.30. The soup tasted rather spicy and sour and it tasted even more flavourful with fish, cucumbers and onions. The lai fun noodles were quite chewy too. We enjoyed this dish.

It was a very pleasant meal that we had. But it was rather noisy and it felt quite tense when we dined there. Perhaps the restaurant was too crowded. Anyway, a good place for fine Malaysian food, do check this place out!

Restaurant Information
F-052, First Floor,
Mid Valley Megamall,
Mid Valley City,
Lingkaran Syed Putra,
59200 Kuala Lumpur.
Tel : 03-22872297

17 Responses to "Madam Kwan’s Restaurant"

1 | Simon Seow

February 24th, 2008 at 10:52 am

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Nasi Bojari and Sago Melaka FTW!

2 | teckiee

February 24th, 2008 at 11:22 am

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…really cannot tahan their santan stuff. kill me with santan.. their cendol, curry mee, bubur cha cha .. all so much santan…

3 | ai wei

February 24th, 2008 at 2:29 pm

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honestly, i have yet to dine in this place… i am not ‘affordable’ enuff to pay for thier nasi lemak. maybe i dun really like nasi lemak ba. anyhow, i will spend a meal there as the food seems really tempting! ^^

4 | wmw

February 24th, 2008 at 8:01 pm

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Hahah…When Madam Kwan was still running Sakura Restaurant, I use to tah pau the nasi lemak there (more than 20 years ago) for lunch while I was in my lower secondary school days. It was RM4.50 then!!!

5 | New Kid on the Blog

February 25th, 2008 at 2:52 am

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That doesn’t really look like Assam Laksa…
I find that their nasi lemak is a bit expensive….

6 | celine

February 25th, 2008 at 4:24 am

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Higher lever Malaysian food? Food looks tasty, but a bit overcharge.

7 | yammylicious

February 25th, 2008 at 6:10 am

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madam kwan nasi lemak looks really delicious.. shame mii havent try madam kwan yet!

8 | mimi

February 25th, 2008 at 9:22 am

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I never try madam Kwan either haha :)

9 | wenching & esiong

February 25th, 2008 at 11:48 am

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Simon Seow, what does FTW means? Haven’t tried their nasi bojari before, but we’ve heard that it’s quite good.

Teckiee, haha, yeah, good point you’ve made. Yee Siong couldn’t take too much coconut milk too. Guess it depends on every individual.

Ai Wei, maybe we can visit there next time if you want? Keke, or you wanna try others?

Wmw, wow, you had such a long history with Sakura and Madam Kwan restaurant! And it was so cheap back then. I guess this would remind you a lot of the past? :)

New kid on the blog, yeah, it is rather pricey. But the food was quite good.

Celine, yeah, the food is rather pricey. But it’s worth a try!

Yammylicious, Madam Kwan is located in Mid Valley, KLCC, Pavilion etc. Do check them out when you’re free!

Mimi, do check this restaurant out then!

10 | wenching & esiong

February 25th, 2008 at 11:48 am

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Simon Seow, what does FTW means? Haven’t tried their nasi bojari before, but we’ve heard that it’s quite good.

Teckiee, haha, yeah, good point you’ve made. Yee Siong couldn’t take too much coconut milk too. Guess it depends on every individual.

Ai Wei, maybe we can visit there next time if you want? Keke, or you wanna try others?

Wmw, wow, you had such a long history with Sakura and Madam Kwan restaurant! And it was so cheap back then. I guess this would remind you a lot of the past? :)

New kid on the blog, yeah, it is rather pricey. But the food was quite good.

Celine, yeah, the food is rather pricey. But it’s worth a try!

Yammylicious, Madam Kwan is located in Mid Valley, KLCC, Pavilion etc. Do check them out when you’re free!

Mimi, do check this restaurant out then!

11 | Nic (KHKL)

February 25th, 2008 at 1:53 pm

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the one at klcc is also very chaotic…i believe the bangsar branch is quieter…RM12.30 for assam laksa is quite expensive but i’ll still try cos i lurve assam laksa! haha!

12 | ling239

February 26th, 2008 at 3:22 am

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some how i still think that the nasi lemak at Sakura tastes better…. :p

13 | wenching & esiong

February 26th, 2008 at 7:38 pm

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Nic (khkl), haven’t been to the Bangsar outlet but perhaps it would be quieter. Haha! That is the reason why we tried their assam laksa.

Ling239, we haven’t been to Sakura Restaurant before. Perhaps we should try it out one day!

14 | wenching & esiong

February 26th, 2008 at 7:38 pm

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Nic (khkl), haven’t been to the Bangsar outlet but perhaps it would be quieter. Haha! That is the reason why we tried their assam laksa.

Ling239, we haven’t been to Sakura Restaurant before. Perhaps we should try it out one day!

15 | ~Christine~Leng

February 27th, 2008 at 4:11 pm

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*malu*
I’ve not check out this place yet too ;P
But I’m tempted to try!
psst… aiwei, jom! Sugar bean.. wanna join us? ;P

16 | Anonymous

February 8th, 2011 at 9:59 am

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The food are expensive because they use better grades of the food and their rent. How come if you are renting a shop in a super crowded shopping center and you only sell a nasi lemak for rm5? Once economy is increased, all price will be increased. Don't be so cocky to waste your money on trying something that is good.

17 | Vincent

November 11th, 2012 at 2:21 pm

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Would recommend a local delights restaurant name Uncle Chong’s Kitchen, they do serve authentic and pork free local foods at a reasonable price

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