Note: Sadly, this restaurant has since closed down.

The famous A Fung Basi Sap Asli has opened shop in Desa Sri Hartamas. They've been opened for a few months now but everytime I pass the shop it seems to be empty. Pity.
Anyway, we decided to go there for lunch today.

Between the three of us, we ordered the following:
Baso Sapi Asli (Beefball Soup)
Nasi Beef Teriyaki (Beef Teriyaki Rice)
Baso Tahu (Stuffed Tofu with Beef)

The food here is simple and probably a good place to have simples no frills noodle soups. Prices are pretty ok, not as cheap as your hawker centre but around RM5.90-RM10 for a bowl of noodles. Drinks are pretty steep at around RM4.50 each. Too bad they didn't have Ais Nona and Ais teler when I went

Their Menu
Baso Sapi
Baso Sapi Asli (Beef Ball Soup)
Baso Sapi Urat (Beef Tendon Soup)
Baso Jamur (Mushroom Beef Balls)
Baso Tahu (Stuffed Tofu)
Baso Sapi Asli Komplit (bits of all of the above)

Bakmi Special Mangkok Garing (all served in a crunchy edible shell)
Bakmi Ayam (Chicken Noodle)
Bakmi Ayam Baso Sapi (Chicken Noodle with Beefballs)
Bakmi Ayam Baso Ikan (Chicken Noodle with Fishballs)
Bakmi Ayam Baso Goreng (Chicken Noodle with Friend balls)
Bakmi Ayam Pangsit Goreng (Chicken Noodle with friend dumplings)
Bakmi Seafood (Noodles with Fishballs, Fish wonton, Crabstick, Fish Stuffed Tofu)

Baso Ikan
Baso Ikan Istimewa (Special Fishball Soup)
Baso Ikan Tahu (Fishball with Stuffed Tofu)
Baso Pangsit Ikan (Fishball with Fish Wonton)
Baso Ikan Komplit (bits of all the above)

Paket Nasi (Rice Dishes)
Nasi Beef Teriyaki (Beef Teriyaki Rice)
Nasi Goreng (Fried Rice)
Nasi Uduk (Nasi Lemak Java Style)

Cemilan (Side Items)
Baso Goreng - Fried Balls
Baso Goreng Pedas (Fireball)
Pangsit Goreng Renyah (Fried Dumpling)
Otak Otak (Java Style)

Ais Nona, Ais Teler, Pudding Trendy, Buah Cheezy

A Fung - Baso Sapi Asli
2, Jln 27/70A
Desa Sri Hartamas
50480 Kuala Lumpur
tel: 03 23000299
Hours: 11am-11pm

For Catering call: 012 9356608
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Berjaya Times Square is a place that houses many mediocre eating joints. And a real maze as well! Anyway, went for the Debenham's sale and decided to eat before walking around. Really, there's not much on offer, once you tick off the normal franchise joints like the Chicken Rice Shop, etc.

Anyway, spotted something I haven't seen before, Restaurant Peng Hwa, which served Malaysian hawker food so thought we'd try it. So, we ordered the Dry Curry Noodles, Soup Chicken Noodles (like Ipoh Sa Hor Fan) and Rojak and for drinks, cincau and chinese tea.

The good thing about this place is that service is real fast. Within 5 minutes, the orders came, like a hawker stall. Unfortunately, it's pretty hit and miss with the accuracy of the orders. They brought soya milk instead of cincau, and dry chicken noodles instead of the soup one. And with D's order of dry curry noodles with NO cockles, it came laden with cockles.

Taste wise, it wasn't too bad but the rojak was probably the best of the lot. Probably wouldn't go back there again unless I'm in a huge hurry!

Dry Curry Noodles RM8.90
Soup Chicken Noodles RM8.90
Rojak RM5.00
Cincau RM3.50
Chinese Tea RM1.00

Restaurant Peng Hwa
Lot 04-90 Berjaya Times Square
Jalan Imbi
Kuala Lumpur

Tel: 03 21414388
nekochan a new location at 8 Jalan Conlay, Kuala Lumpur

Bon Ton Restaurant
No. 8 Jalan Conlay
Kuala Lumpur

Tel : 03- 21413848