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
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  1. Thanks for that! I love Malay food..

    will have to try it out next time i'm in the Times Square area.