Thanis Lim

All Rounder Chef and Food Journalist

Review: Restaurant Jalan Tanjong Dua

I went to KL on a shopping and dining holiday. My friend Kenex brought me to this nice place where they serve western food at very reasonable prices. It's a Burmese area in Kuala Lumpur. It's like a restaurant with many different stores selling different food such as Wonton Noodles, Roasted Pork and Duck but this place is famous for it's affordable yet tasty western food.

Situated at around Jalan Tanjung 2. This is a popular eating place for breakfast, lunch and dinner.

The Spaghetti is quite good here where they stir fry thin spaghetti with onion and black pepper and served with their special tomato sauce. You can then choose what you want to accompany the pasta - from ham and egg to black pepper lamb chops.

This is what's popular over there. They have sausage, ham and egg with salad and the spaghetti for only RM4.20. The pasta is stir-fried to a nice crispy texture with a strong aroma of black pepper and herbs. The sauce is light and not too rich, which goes very well with the noodles.

My spaghetti with black pepper chicken chop costs RM 8.80

This one comes with fish fillet and sauce but I wouldn't order this one again as their fish wasn't that tasty but I'll order the value for money Ham, Sausage and Egg one. I personally like their spaghetti very much and it's slightly spicy with a hint of garlic as well.
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