ChinaTown Dessert @ Pandan Indah, Kuala Lumpur

ChinaTown Dessert @ Pandan Indah, Kuala Lumpur
23 Jul

ChinaTown Dessert

11g, Jalan Pandan Indah 4/8
55100 Pandan Indah, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Tel : 603-4280 3211
FB : China Town Dessert

Business Hours :
Mon – Thu 11:30 am – 1 am ; Fri – Sun 11:30 am – 2 am

Located at the busy town of Pandan Indah, China Town Dessert offered dishes from both Asian and Western cuisines. The dessert selections are more varieties here, mainly from traditional Hong Kong style, Taiwan style snow flake ice, and some of their chef own innovative creations.

Flip open the menu and have no idea which to order? Here to recommend an array of their signature delectable snacks and desserts.


Sesame Snow Skin Roll with Red Bean Paste (RM4.20)

I like the attractive presentation, as well as its taste which is not too sweet in overall. The flavor is mostly from the red bean paste, a generous amount of sesame was fully covered the outer layer for extra fragrance.


Chinese Leek Pancake (RM4.20)

A simple snack that might appeal very much to the leek’s lovers. Chef pan fried it till slightly golden brown crisp, it is best to enjoy while served hot for the nice aroma of leek that cooked inside.


Deep Fried Eggplant with Chicken Floss (RM6.80)

I was quite addictive munching it while chatting with the rest. Tossed well the deep fried crispy eggplant with soft fluffy chicken floss, I enjoy the overall taste and the mix of different textures.


Deep Fried Chicken Wing with Prawn Paste (RM5.80 for 2 pcs)


Double Boiled Papaya and White Fungus (RM5.80)


Double Boiled White Fungus and Quil Egg (RM5.80)


Glutinous Rice Balls in Ginger Soup (RM6)

For those who prefer a heavier taste of ginger soup, this bowl of hot dessert may fit your taste buds well. It was slightly ‘spicy’ for my liking, but definitely a nice tummy warmer on a cold rainy day.


Mango Sago Pomelo (RM7.80)

I am a big fans for mango desserts. Love the mixed flavors between sweet mangoes, sour strawberries, and slightly bitterness of pomelo that simply irresistible for me to go spoon by spoon.


Mixed Fruit Lao (RM9.50)

This shaved ice dessert should be able to chill you down on a hot sunny day. Loaded with fruits like mango, strawberry, kiwi, longan, and etc, sometimes happiness is just as simple as having this refreshing dessert mouthful.


Besides appetizing snacks and desserts, China Town Dessert also serves a selection of wallet-friendly main courses for lunch and dinner crowds.

Curry Chicken Rice (RM7.50)


Thai Style Pineapple Fried Rice (RM11)


Peanut and Dried Oyster Porridge (RM8.50)


Szechuan Soy Bean Paste Ramen (RM6.80)


Szechuan Hot Soup Ramen with Chicken Chop (RM7.20)


Spaghetti Bolognese (Pork) with Mayonnaise Chicken Chop (RM11.80)

With quite an extensive menu to choose from, there must be something in China Town Dessert for the whole family to enjoy.


More photos at FOOD Msia Facebook page

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