Good Wonton Noodles in Grand Imperial Restaurant, Kuala Lumpur
Hello, just here to announce that there's a new place to satisfy your cravings for really good Hong Kong wonton noodles. It's located in the highest floor of Bangsar Shopping Centre's new wing.
Webpage of the restaurant: http://www.grandimperial.com.my/index...
The wonton noodles are imported from Hong Kong. It's really fine, a bit thicker than the sewing thread and the best of all is that it's really crunchy and properly done. Not only that, the soup that comes with the wonton noodles have a significant prawn flavour to it and very, very delicate to taste. My mom says that it's 'har zhi" soup although I don't really know what it means. I just know that it has prawns in it.
You can order it with the standard wontons, shui gao ( which I highly recommend because they use really fresh prawns, a type of dried fish, carrots and black fungus for the filling, the skin is smooth and not too thick ), pork tendons, braised pork and several other options which I don't quite remember.
If you're coming down to KL, do remember to give this place a try!
Plus, they serve really good and fresh seafood. I recommend the bak sein ( white eel ) if you're a great fan of eels. I had it last week, done kung pow style and really really enjoyed it. Also, do try the kung pow frogs too if you dare!
Apart from seafood and wonton noodles, the pork giblet porridge is heavenly. If you heard of Lou Yau Kee ( somewhere near Petaling Street ), and a huge fan of Lou Yau Kee's pork giblet porridge, you will love the one at Grand Imperial even better because you won't suffer from post-MSG syndrome!
They serve pretty good dim sum ( depends on what sort of dim sum ) and good desserts too. For dessert, I recommend the tau foo far with red bean dessert. :)