Monday, July 7, 2014

Little Wonton @ Taman Tun Dr Ismail, KL

With the help of the navigation app and some pointers from our fellow foodies from the blogosphere, we finally landed ourselves at the doorstep of Little Wonton, which has been creating hype around the internet world because of their supposedly irresistible fried dumplings with plenty of flavours and interesting fillings to pick from.

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The simple decoration of Little Wonton has been tastefully done. There is a certain welcoming warmth that comforts the patrons and makes you all feel all homey, comfortable and cosy the instant you enter the shop, which by the way is located on the first floor. So if you discover yourself walking around the shop lots and you are pretty sure you have got the address correct, remember to look up! You should be able to notice the signboard then!

Whether you like them sweet or salty, there are plenty of Air Fried Wontons to choose from. It comes in 6 pieces for the price of RM7.90. There are other items to pick from too like the Curry Fishball which we were pretty tempted to order and Air Fried Chicken Wings too! So take your pick! Remember to watch the chalkboard near the counter because they do offer set meals or other promotions.

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CHARCOAL NOODLES - VINEGAR GARLIC LYCHEE RM6.90

My initial response - WEIRD. You can't deny it that this is a pretty odd combination, it's lychee man and also did I mention that this noodle is served cold? I am not really a fan of cold dishes but at that moment, I decided to give it the benefits of doubt, and boy, I definitely don't regret this. The noodle is surprisingly appetizing and tasty thanks to the vinegar zest, the mild garlicky taste and the sweetness of lychee makes the otherwise dull charcoal noodle an enjoyable dish. Though I must warn you though, the noodle comes in a pretty small portion especially for guys might find it unsatisfying. Will I return for this? Definitely.

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CHARCOAL NOODLES - CREAMY ROASTED SESAME RM6.90

Sesame dressing makes everything alright. You know those roasted sesame dressing that you can get from Japanese restaurants when  you order salad? Those good kinds. So yeah that kinda pretty sums up my feel on this noodle dish. I like it, but that's also because I love the sesame dressing. Simple as that. :)
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AIR FRIED WONTONS - MUSHROOM ONION CHEESE RM7.90

Now we have arrived to our main protagonists! Their famous wontons!

We chose this flavour as it was highly recommended by the staff. We suspect that it's one of the most popular choice there since I have been noticing this items popping up in the blogosphere pretty often. True enough, the wonton actually lives up to its popularity. The thin wonton skin is fried to a perfect crisp and best of all, it doesn't feel oily, leaving behind a very pleasant texture in your mouth. The Mushroom Onion Cheese is a great combination, bursting with flavours and with the right amount of cheese to keep the wontons juicy. For a person who doesn't enjoy cheese much, the wonton feels and tastes just right to me, definitely something I would return for when I am craving some delicious wontons. Pricing at around RM1.30 for each wonton, I would say that it's pretty worth they are pretty generous with the size and filling.

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AIR FRIED WONTONS - BANANA CHOCOLATE RM7.90

For the second serving, we tried out something sweet. I don't usually have my wontons sweet, it's just not a common thing so I am pretty reluctant about this. After I have tried this though, I must say that I never regret my decision. The chocolate tastes just right with banana as always, and it's mildly sweet just enough to tease your taste buds and leave you craving for more. Ya, it's good, I have definitely enjoyed them.

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Overall, the concept behind this business is really interesting, I mean, how they are just selling wontons and look how far they have come! The quality and concept are definitely there and I am sure with the right marketing, this business could go a long way. I am definitely returning here for my wontons craving in the future and since they have so many other flavours, I can't wait to try them all! Hopefully the next time I come back, the quality will be maintained because to me, if you can't keep the consistency in your food quality, you will lose customers. So all the best Little Wontons! You can definitely go far!

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MINI RED RATING

Ambience: 5/5
Service: 3/5
Food: 4/5
Value: 4/5

For more information:
Little Wonton Cafe | Facebook Page



1st Floor, 20-1 Lorong Rahim Kajai 14

Taman Tun Dr Ismail

60000 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.



5 comments:

  1. can order without the corn? :D

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  2. I supposed you could make special order. ;)

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  4. The noodles combi does looks weird.. haha..
    Makes me wonder if I should try them.. lol.

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  5. It's really good! And yes you should, life is all about trial and errors and discovering miracles along the way.

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