Madam Kwan's Hot
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 59100
A truly Malaysian cuisine restaurant, their mission is to share with every one their uniquely create Malaysian Cuisine.
User Ratings Summary
User rating summary from: 3 user(s)
This restaurant is popular with patrons. My friend brought me here when we were both at Midvalley Megamall, as it was popular. Among the famous dishes are nasi bojari, nasi lemak, and cendol.
We had heard that the nasi bojari portion is large so we ordered a plate to be shared among us. I ordered cendol while my friend ordered bubur cha cha as desserts. True enough, the nasi bojari portion was large but it tasted pretty mediocre for its price. The bubur cha cha had too much santan in it that it was too cloying and heavy. The cendol was good for a franchise restaurant i guess.
Definitely wasted my money here.
It was one of those days where you had to follow people to a place and you practically had no say in it. I was at Empire Shopping Gallery for somewhat of a small reunion of my foundation classmates. As I had reached there late, they asked me to meet them at Madam Kwan's. And I wasn't ready to fork out some cash but I had no choice.
Looking at the menu, it had your regular malaysian dishes like the nasi lemak and a variety of fried rice with the only difference being the price. The price was definitely enough to get you 2 set meals at McDonald's. But me being the optimistic person that I am, thought that an expensive nasi lemak has to be special. Boy was I wrong. I had a better time eating an RM1 nasi lemak from a local stall than this.
Kids, if you want to spend money on food, this is a place you wouldn't want to spend your money at.
Not a great dining experience
This restaurant is full most of the time and please avoid peak hours as the place can be too cramped and service is lousy.
I rarely dine here as for me, the food is mediocre and slightly expensive. For such price, you can get a far more tasty and delicious meal at other restaurants.
The choice of food here is not much variety. Always, I ended up with the same dish over and over again because I couldn't decide anything to suit my taste bud. In the end, I was left with nothing but their famous fried kuey teow.
The kuey teow is decent but filling, and sometimes the taste is out, depending on which time you're coming to dine. Please avoid weekends and peak hours if you wish to have a peaceful meal here.