Wednesday, August 19, 2015

Pat Kin Pat Sun Cafe at Kuchai Lama

Paparich eatery at a corner shop lot in Kuchai Lama has been replaced with Pat Kin Pat Sun Cafe (不见不散) so we went there to eat early dinner. It was 5 pm.

Tea time special MYR9.20 for a bowl of smoke duck meat noodles and a drink of your choice of either local coffee, HK milk tea, tea, HK cham. The normal price for just the bowl of duck noodle is MYR9.90 The smoked duck meat is very flavouful and tender. Overall the taste is fine.

Spinach wantan soup - MYR9.10 nett. Just passable.

42 comments:

  1. hey!!! i was there yesterday for dinner, hahaha!! i think it was 8-ish at night.. i didn't notice they have the smoked duck noodles, well, actually it was just my very first time to PKPS.. :p

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    1. What a coincidence! That outlet is a new branch, opened recently.

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  2. good restaurant name though. yes dont look that appealing, but definitely want some of the smoked duck noodles

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    1. Seems to be around for quite some time already this chain.

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  3. RM9.20 for smoked duck noodles and a drink, that is so cheap, in SG, S$3 can only get normal noodles (not smoked duck) and without drink

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    1. I always thought SG has more value for money meals than here.

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  4. I like the name of the restaurant

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    1. Would you do that? Wait for someone until they turn up or if they did not turn up you will wait forever?

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  5. Lovely looking wantons. I love noodles in clear soup.

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  6. Haha, good name.. The first picture the meat look raw, until I see your description, oooo duck meat.. Love wantons soup..

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  7. I went to this restaurant chain at Maluri. I kind of like the food there actually.

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  8. I think when they first came out, they were neck and neck with Kim Gary but their standards have plummeted. If you go to the older ones (like the one in my area), they're quite filthy looking, don't bother to refurbish. I've stopped eating at this place already.

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    1. See how clean they will mantain this branch.

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  9. Huh? I thought they are a HK tong sui chain or something. I never attempted to go in and try them...

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    1. I don't know. They use Cantonese name though, so...

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    2. Cantonese could be from Guang Dong. :D

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  10. At least they filled up your tummy... :) There are lots of good food in KL and PJ Now.. when you see a crowd, that means the food must be good.. if quiet, then must be so so only...

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    1. Depends also on the time of the day. Lunch hours sure most places would be full.

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  11. 5pm, that's very early...so later on at night, did you felt hungry?

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    1. I go to sleep early so will not feel hungry.

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  12. I love smoked duck and I would order smoked duck noodle too!

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  13. I would love a bowl of smoked duck noodle now.

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    1. Easy to buy this noodle where you are?

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  14. For wanton noodles I always prefer the dry version. Soup ones tend to be too bland for me

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  15. Spinach wantan soup looks ok wo!I am a big spinach fan!

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    1. Not sure real spinach or just green colour.

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  16. Spinach wanton soup looks yummy..

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    1. You prefer that to the duck noodle?

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  17. Portion of noodle looks a bit small.

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    1. The duck noodles portion is small because it comes with a drink. Part of the tea time deal.

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  18. I used to be a regular at that Papparich outlet until they closed for renovations. I had no idea of the new outlet until you share this.
    I am curious about Papparich closing down several outlets in Klang Valley this year itself.
    Duck meat noodles is definitely agreeable with me! Yums!

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    1. Which other outlets of Papparich also closed shop?

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