Sunday, April 12, 2015

Ampang Point

Beef glass noodle (tung hoon) - MYR13.50 - this price includes a cup of hot tea. The receipt adds another 6% to this price and labelled it as service charge.

Beef noodle - same price as the above.

Dumpling noodle - same price too but with quite small dumplings so I think the beef noodle is better value for money. 

There were many people eating here and this small eatery has been in business for more than 10 years so business must be good.

28 comments:

  1. Stayed at the hotel next door a few times, De Palma?...and loved the beef noodles there. At that time, sure did not look like this, dunno if it's the same stall/shop or not. Last time no green veg inside, but got white radish. VERY nice!

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    1. Should be this place. They are quite famous and appear in newpapers a few time when they first open there.

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  2. Beef noodles reminds me of Lai Fong restaurant in Cheras.. They serve very good beef noodles, yummmzzz... The beef soup looks very rice and flavorful, now you make me want to eat beef 'chap'...hehe.

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    1. I only know Lai Fong beef noodle in town. There is one in Cheras also?

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  3. Heh, I pass by this shop quite a lot when I used to make my way to the top floor and back down, but never eaten here before. But I always pass by on weekdays, non meal hours, so I never knew they do good business.

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    1. What is up there on the top floor?

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    2. Used to be Brewball Pool Club. Pool as in 9-ball pool, not swimming pool. I used to be pretty good at it.

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    3. So you are an expert in shooting pool?

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  4. I think I ate here a long time ago....but don't remember the place looking like this though. They're quite well known for their beef noodles.

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    1. I was sitting in their shop and took the photo of their kitchen. Guess that's why you don't remember it looking like their kitchen.

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  5. There always seem to be people here when I walk past. Do you think that is a good price for the soup?

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    1. Since the price includes a free hot tea drink, I guess it is ok. Is Ampang Point your regular haunt?

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  6. looks good. Have not been there before

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  7. i have not been to Ampang Point before.. hmmm, 6% service charge added to the price?? i wonder if they are charging this before the GST is implemented??

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    1. I seldom go to AP too so I don't know they charge this all these while or not.

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  8. I always love a bowl of warm tung hoon soup!

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    1. A bowl of warm soup is always nice.

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  9. Hmm. Beef noodle. Good to warm up the body.

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  10. The beef tung hoon and beef noodle look very good and delicious.

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  11. I love tung hoon, but it's the first time I'm seeing it served with beef. In SG, we only get tung hoon at those stalls selling fish ball noodles.

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    1. I think this may be the only eatery here in KL serving tung hoon with beef (soup).

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  12. Ah looks good. Tung hoon soups always looks deceptively empty coz noodles are all at the bottom.

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