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Dinning at Madam Kwan's

Kuala Lumpur has tons of many interesting food choices and one of the famous ones that is well-loved by the locals and tourists is Madam Kwan's.

I have my list of food places to visit in KL but this restaurant seem to have escaped my radar. Luckily, I, along with my daughter got invited to join a dinner hosted by a friend's cousin. We all agreed to meet at Madam Kwan's in Suria KLCC.



After a quick research, I got excited at the prospect of dining at Madam Kwan's. I've been craving for some beef rendang since arriving in KL so that became an inspiration.


Our host ordered for us and chose Malaysian favorites.

Malaysian Satay, mixed 21.90 MYR. This is beef and chicken satays which tasted very flavorful of peanut and curry and other spices. It also comes with a serving of steamed broken rice squares which is similar to our puto and pineapples.


KangKong, 18.90 MYR. Perfect pair for meat dishes as it balances out the taste. This is a bit spicy and will make you want to eat more rice.


Cantonese Style Noodles, 23.90 MYR. Malaysian cuisine is as diverse as ours and has many influences. However, Madam Kwan's stays true when it comes to serving Cantonese Style Noodles. It's not something I would've have ordered in KL but it is very delicious.


Nasi Lemak, 21.90 MYR. This is another popular and a must-eat dish when one is visiting KL and Malaysia. There are different ways of cooking Nasi Lemak and I've only tasted it twice so I really can't compare. But Madam Kwan's Nasi Lemak has that burst of wonderful flavors and aroma that one would just happily dig in and enjoy the food.


Beef Rendang, 18.90 MYR. This is my favorite! Not because I was craving for it but it's really, really good even if I am beginning to sweat from the spiciness. What I love about this dish is that it must've been cooked in coconut milk and other spices and that made it very tender and flavorful. Best paired with a serving of piping hot rice. ;)


Here's a picture of our group before dinner was served. And we attacked it with gusto! Thank you Rommel for the dinner treat. :)



Overall, we are all happy with the dinner at Madam Kwan's. Each dish was carefully presented, and the service was also superb. Thank you also to the restaurant staff for allowing us to stay even past closing time since we arrived late. 


Madam Kwan's
Level 4
Suria KLCC
Kuala Lumpur

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