First started as humble roadside stall in Kepong in year 1990, K.T.Z. opened its first outlet at SS2 in 2002 and has now transformed into a renowned hub for Chinese desserts or 'Tong Shui', particularly its signature 'Iced Fruitti Loh'.
K.T.Z. Food (记得食) Hot
Selangor, Malaysia 47300
No. 145, Jalan Imbi,
55100 Kuala Lumpur.
(Tel: +603 2144 8379)
Lot L-F345a, First Floor, Rainforest,
1 Utama Shopping Centre,
No. 1, Lebuh Bandar Utama,
47800, Petaling Jaya.
(Tel: +603 7728 8499)
No. 6, Jalan 12/32B,
TSI Business Industrial Park,
Batu 6 1/2, Off Jalan Kepong,
52000 Kuala Lumpur.
(Tel: +603 2144 8379)
User Ratings Summary
User rating summary from: 3 user(s)
Unethical Business Operator !
Found a small cockroach body in one of the 'longan' when about to finish the 红枣茶. After bringing it to the cashier, the lady boss hurried to take over the longan and tear it off, squeezing and tearing the body off into pieces and loudly told us by shouting that it is just the longan stem or seed, so speechless and helpless at the same time.
Really disappointed to see such business operators nowadays, especially for a such well known one. Urging to be extra cautious when visiting this place.
Not really so great
I only tried K. T. Z. once in SS2 and it did not give me good impression. The menu is fine where there are varieties of foods from main courses, side dishes to desserts. I was not quite sure what to order so I ask for their advice. They suggested noodle soup and pan-fried dumplings, so I just take whatever that they suggested. The foods do look appealing and I finish my bowl of noodle within 5 minutes. To be honest, I only taste flour and oil in the noodle soup. Not long after I pay the bill, I started to have stomachache and was admitted to hospital because of food poisoning. I end up taking two days sick leave just to recover from aftermath of the noodle soup.
Always come back for Mango Loh.
When I was younger, before the outlet of K.T.Z. at Plaza OUG closed down, it used to be one of the favorite places where my family and I go for dinner and desserts.
It’s still my favorite dessert spot until now, especially when I crave for their Mango Loh, I don’t mind driving all the way to SS2 to eat it. They actually have a few choices for their Fruitti Loh such as mango, honeydew, mixed fruit and so on. I’ve tried most of them, and I like mango and honeydew the most.
Sometimes when I’m hungry, I will order their noodles or some snacks like Phoenix Ball, Pan-Fried Dumplings, ‘Loh Mai Gai’ etc. Decent food, nice desserts and reasonable prices. A great place overall.