Saturday, July 12, 2008

Pun Chun Restaurant, Kota Kemuning - 2nd review

This is a follow-up on my earlier post on Pun Chun Restaurant in Kota Kemuning. Pun Chun is fast becoming our favourite place for breakfast and judging by the morning crowd, it seems to be a favourite of everyone else’s too. This time round I decided to give their Nasi Lemak with rempah chicken a try. The coconut rice is fragrant with a tinge of green which I suspect must come from the pandanus leaves.
The accompanying rempah chicken tastes very much like my Mom’s version of rendang which is a plus point for them! The thick sambal on the side packs quite a punch! For RM4.50 per plate it’s definitely worth every cent. Pun Chun’s version of Malaysia’s well-loved breakfast is definitely a notch up from the usual ones I’ve had.
Hubby ordered the Dry chicken curry noodle which comes with a large chicken wing. The blend of dark soya sauce noodles with curry is irresistible! Pun Chun serves only handmade wantan noodles for every noodle dish.

We also ordered the noodle with chicken feet & mushroom which was as delicious as it sounds.

We also ordered again the fresh shrimp wantons and a double-boiled duck drumstick soup.
My daughter insists that I take a picture of her breakfast as well so here it is. This is the soft-boiled kampong eggs.

Pun Chun's address is 10 Jalan Anggerik Vanilla AC31/AC, Kota Kemuning, 40460 Shah Alam. They are open daily from early morning to 4pm.


stephen_ksf said...

Hello. I am Stephen.
My family managed the Pun Chun in Kota Kemuning.

Thanks sharon for being our customer. Hope you liked our food. Please do come again soon.

I have started a blog. Yet it is still new and in the midst of further upgrade. please check out the blog below for further information on contacts and map.


Sharon said...

Hello Stephen,
My family and I visit your shop almost every week, so much so my daughter is beginning to ask, "Duck noodles again?". But it is good food!