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Tseng’s Kitchen @ Menara Weld

June 3, 2011

Although I am not working in Menara Weld for close to 2 years now, I still usually go back there to have lunch with the lunch gang. And when recently Sherlin mentioned that there’s this place that serve Pork Burger, I told them that I must give it a try.

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Tseng’s Kitchen, have been there for quite a while but we never give it a try until a few days ago. Notice that their tagline is No MSG and Non Halal, which explains why there’s Pork Burger!

From the outside, it just look like a normal restaurant selling chicken rice, but I was surprised that they serve more than that. So after browsing their menu for a while, we started ordering.

Shireen ordered the simplest of all, just some Shanghai Vegetable Rice and 1 piece of Fish Ball.

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Simple 1 scoop of rice is enough to satisfy her hunger. 

Me and ChinChin went on to order their set lunch for RM10.80 which consist of either

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Steamed or Roast Chicken. Do take note that if you want the thigh portion, there’s additional RM1 charged.

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A plate of Bean Sprouts.

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2 pieces of Fish Ball and

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A selection of either Rice/Noodles or Hakka Noodles. There’s even a cup of drink as well that goes in the set. I am surprised that the taste is pretty good although Shireen had mentioned that their chicken is so so. While they lack the flavouring of MSG (which is always a bad thing), the taste is not very far off from any stalls that selling the same thing elsewhere.

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Despite me wanting to try their Pork Burger, it’s Jiun ending ordering it. The price is about RM15 and took a while for it to be prepared. When it came, it sure looks delicious. I have a little piece of the patty and find it pretty ok with some oriental influence in there.

With it’s no MSG tagline, I won’t mind visiting this place again to have lunch. I’m sure my lunch gang would say the same, right?

Tseng’s Kitchen
LG-09
Menara Weld
Jalan Raja Chulan
50200 Kuala Lumpur
Tel No : 03-2171 1328

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2 Comments

  • Reply Choi Yen June 5, 2011 at 6:50 pm

    I love my burger with pineapple, the sourness make the burger even more yummy!

  • Reply JD June 6, 2011 at 10:10 am

    @mimid3vils

    I thought pineapple have to be sweet? Anyways, I do know that pineapple juice is a good meat tenderizer.

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