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Hong Kong Dessert Tim Pan Kor Kor ???? @ SS2


3 February 2010

Just hot out of the oven at max opened 6 months ago in SS2 is Hong Kong Desset (Tim Pan Kor Kor). Ironically, it is on the same row & same block as KTZ or better known as Kei Tak Sek which also serves Hong Kong desserts, I wonder why.

Anyhow, if my memory serves me right, this place was very packed when it first opened end 2009. Last night when I decided to give this place a visit, it was about three quarters full, still not too bad I suppose. The decor is simple & bright, a reminiscence of the previous cafe which occupied the same lot. All of the chairs and tools also appeared to be bought from Ikea. Back to the food, the mixed tong yuen that I ordered at RM6 which came with 6 pieces was very fine & bursting with the fillings like sweet groundnuts & black sessame paste. The soup or syrup that comes with it is great too with quite a tangy ginger taste in it. Apart from that, the Durian Ice at RM6.50 ordered was flavourful & creamy with just the right amount of milk, until now I am still wondering if it is actual fruits blended in or concentrate / powder.

Same row as KTZ or Kei Tak Sek facing the SS2 Medan Selera or SS2 Wai Sek Kai
No. 36 Jalan SS2/63,
47300 Petaling Jaya,
Selangor 

Opposite Metro Prima Jusco
D-G-6 Jalan Metro Perdana 3
Taman Usahawan, Kepong
Kuala Lumpur

Opens still 1am

Environment : Cafe
Service        : 4/5
Taste           : 4/5
Price            : 3/5

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