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Tuesday, 6 April 2010

Review: Tseng's Kitchen @ The Weld

**Can't remember if The Weld outlet is pork free or not but the one in Solaris is definitely not halal**

Our intention was to have McD at The Weld but there isn't any tables available so we hop to this newly opened Tseng's Kitchen 2 doors away, next to Mark's Assam Laksa. We checked and it seems they sells mainly chicken rice and what more when a big signage at the entrance declaring that they're MSG-free.

The restaurant has a huge space but it's sparsely furnished. Could have more tables in there actually. Since the ceiling is particularly low, it's really noisy in there, not very pleasant when the restaurant is packed.

There are roasted and poached chickens available and convenient sets were available too for one pax and multi-paxs. Set A which costed RM9.80 came with a bowl of soup that contained 2 fish balls, a HUGE bowl of "oil" rice, a plate of chicken (your choice of roasted or poach) and a glass of drink (Chinese tea, soya bean drink and errr I can't remember what else :p sorry). You may ask "chicken rice for RM9.80???" Yes, kinda pricey huh but this is Kuala Lumpur town centre :(

Tsengs Kitchen (Set A RM9.80)

The portion of rice is really HUGE. It's a large bowl of fragrant rice and I have to say the rice is very nice and contained pieces of garlic, shallots and ginger. I would love to finish up the rice but it's just too much and detrimental to my stomach if I do so!

The chicken and fish balls are just mediocre. Nothing to shout about and it's not helping when the chilli sauce and ginger condiments are pretty watered down. What is worse, we felt thirsty the entire afternoon... MSG-free??? Am afraid not!

Tseng's Kitchen
LG-09 Lower Ground Floor
The Weld
76, Jalan Raja Chulan,
50200 Kuala Lumpur
Tel: +603 2171 1328

Tseng's Chicken Rice
3A, Jln Solaris 4
Solaris Mont'Kiara
Kuala Lumpur
Tel: +603 - 6204 0328


Sean said...

mmmm, the weld is just a 10-min drive from my office, but i rarely eat there, since the outlets there seem uninspiring. but yeah, the rice looks great! i like how it looks so slick and moist but still firm :D

thule a.k.a leo said...

The Weld... never been there :)

"Joe" who is constantly craving said...

heard abt the place @ solaris, a fren swears by them, then again i rather not trust his taste buds

Taufulou said...

hmmm..should ask my friend bring me go there d, since she work there~

Little Corner of Mine said...

I guess that's the KL price, if I remember correctly the KFC one cost about the same or more right?

Selba said...

Seriously, I'm so hungry looking at the rice *drools*

Ciki said...

oh.. looks too good for words!!

Babe_KL said...

Sean, dun come all the way for the rice, its just not worth it but you must check out Kamimura for their awesome pork cutlet!

leo, come to weld for pork cutlets!

Joe, not worth all the way there ler

taufulou, waiting to hear your review!

LCOM, KFC is slightly more but it's more satisfying haha

Selba, yeah the rice is really something

C&C, looks could be deceiving!

Extreme Power said...

Long time never makan there. Like the 'kon hor'. ;)

Jason said...

Think this place serves the office crowds mostly.... hardly someone will go all the way to Weld just to have chicken rice :)

Ciki said...

i keep coming back to see the yau farn and the chicken.. slurrrp haha

Babe_KL said...

extreme power, din realise they serve that

jason, you're so right, the weld is only busy lunch time, other times esp weekend it's dead

C&C, you silly gurl hahaha but i thot u not a carb person???

放羊的仙人掌 said...

thank you for your comments.Chef Lee hereby invites you to view the cooking process of our food to prove that there is ZERO usage of monosodium glutamate (MSG)
pls email for appointment(
thank you