The frontage of the restaurant and its interior dining area which has a very homely ambiance.
Full view of the dining hall
I always look forward for dessert. Mervyn continued delighting us with cold dessert of Cendol, Sago Nangka, Ice Kacang and Cendol Mango. Some of my friend’s preferred the Ice Kacang while others like the Sago Nangka which goes well with the fragrant coconut milk. My favorite was the Chendol with kidney beans, palm sugar and coconut milk. All were delicately sweetened and enjoyable to the palate, perfect ending to the meal.
Many thanks to Uncle Robert and Mervyn for inviting us and their effort in bringing so many delicious Penang Hawker and Nyonya food to Kuala Lumpur. The restaurant was packed with a waiting queue during that lunch hour, a good sign that shows that this is a favorite place for this type of authentic cuisine.
They still keep to the original recipe of cooking the dishes and emphasis on the fresh ingredients, spices and herbs that is mostly sourced from Penang with frequent trips back to the island. Indeed the place to be in if you are looking for traditional taste of Nyonya cuisine and Penang Hawker food. Click here for the Map Location.
A SPECIAL PROMO FOR WWW.WHAT2SEEONLINE.COM READERS
Currently customers get to enjoy 10% off the food menu price at this outlet and their Penang outlet by presenting the respective coupon. For the Kota Damansara outlet, the voucher below is valid till end of December 2009 and for a bill of RM100 and above. This voucher is not applicable for eve and public holidays, weekends and promotional items.
Vouchers for their Penang outlet can be obtain by visiting the Hot Wok Restaurant post.
Click on the above coupon & print it out
The Wok Cafe
26-G, Jalan PJU 5/21,
The Strand Damansara,
47810 Petaling Jaya
Tel: 03 61427388 & 012 2635460
Business hours: 11am – 10pm (Tuesday to Sunday)
Closed on Monday