Kiki Taiwan Cuisine, Again.

It’s movie day! Went to watch Pirates of Caribbean and it was almost 3pm when it finished. Went to Kinokuniya to buy some books. Gosh, couldn’t believe that were there for 1 hour! 4pm, lunch time. I had KiKi in my mind. :D

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Surprisingly, when all other restaurants were crowded, KiKi does not have much crowds. I wonder why. Not that the food is bad.

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This time, Andrew tried the Chicken with Sweet & Sour Sauce (set meal), RM19.80. Very nice! I like it a lot as well.

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And I, wanted to have beef but something different from what I had the last time, chosen Dry Udon with Sliced Beef (set meal), RM19.80. It is nice too! The beef is so tender and juicy!

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No, this is not a dish. LOL. Random photo of me :D

One meal, RM59.85 in total. Pretty expensive huh. Well, it’s still fine for once in a blue moon, definitely not going to be my every week splurge.

KiKi Taiwan Cuisine – Suria KLCC

Supposed to go for a Japanese cuisine with Andrew, for his birthday, but he was being nice and not wanting me to splurge so much on the food, he suggested this Taiwan cuisine, KiKi by Fong Lye Restaurant. KiKi is there since last year, but we did not give it a try as we know that it’s the same with Fong Lye and we’ve been to FL few times, so it never crossed our minds to dine in KiKi.

KiKi is located on 4th floor of Suria KLCC, just another branch by Fong Lye Restaurant in The Gardens (Mid Valley City). I wonder why it is called KiKi and what has it got to do with cat? There is this cat cartoon on their signboard, name card and menu. Anyway, the cat looks cute. :)

The decorations and everything is pretty similar to Fong Lye, but KiKi is a bit more comfortable as there is lesser patrons. Full attention from the waiters. Unlike Fong Lye in The Gardens, so often we had to call for a few times in order to get someone to attend to us. The menu is similar too, it seems that KiKi has lesser a-la-carte choices.

I was surprised with the food. They taste slightly better than Fong Lye!

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The menu.

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The back of the menu.

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Chrysanthemum Oolong tea, RM12 for 2 persons. I usually go for the tea. There are still other choices of tea to select from.

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Set meal: Fresh tomato fried eggs with fish, RM19.80. This is nice, better than the one in Fong Lye.

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Fuyooohhhh…… Love the gravy!

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Set Meal: Fried sliced beef with green onion in claypot, RM19.80. This is so yummy and I couldn’t have enough of it!

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The beef is so tender and juicy! My favorite.

Oh, not forgetting the soup that comes with the set meal. The soup is so, so, so yummy! I wonder, is it the Ajinomoto or they truly use the genuine ingredients? Hahahaha.

Now, I can see myself frequenting KiKi more in the near future. Hahaha.

Happy Birthday to my dearest husband ever. :) Wish you success in every aspect of your life. XOXO