Quick Dinner at Madam Kwan's at Pavillion, Kuala Lumpur

We arrived to Kuala Lumpur from last Bentong trip around 7.00pm, and felt tired to cook. Since we were in KL, having a good foods in city centre was a good option. Our bus dropped us at Pekeliling Bus Station and we took monorail from Titiwangsa to Bukit Bintang station.

This is "so called" my "zillions" time dining at Madam Kwan's and this is also one of my favorite Malaysian food in town. I believe many of our fella readers  and bloggers had been here too and till now, this Madam Kwan's is always full especially at every lunch and dinner time.

We arrived from long travelling and our attire were slightly off for this kind of place, but its okay as we were really hungry and the Bojari Rice i the only thing in my head at the time.



What is Bojari Rice? It is a combination of rice which cooked with bits of chicken, garlic, dried prawn and some additional of turmeric for coloring besides other side serving in portion; fried chicken, shredded beef rendang, and sour prawn sambal, hard boiled egg, slices of tomato and cucumber. Apart from it, we ordered Cantonese Style Kuey Teow Noodle to complete our dinner course too. As usual, our Bojari Rice was as stunning and this was known as the signature dish of Madam Kwan's Restaurant. As for our Kuey Teow Noodle, I have no comment. Maybe it was because I ate a lot of same kind of noodle  from places which iI can say more tasty. 

A simple sharing dinner for 2 person and drinks cost us RM59. Quiet reasonable and the environment of this place really can make us feel relax and enjoy good food after a long time travelling. This restaurant also is a very good choice if you want to introduce Malaysian food to your foreigner friends and in the same time avoiding them from the feeling of culture shock towards Malaysian foods. 

If you ever in KLCC or Pavillion and looking for a good Malay food in a clean and chosy ambiance, Madam Kwan's is always a good choice. 

Click here for Bojari Rice Recipe 

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