Little Wok Kitchen Wangsa Walk Mall

Every time I visit Wangsa Walk Mall in Wangsa Maju, be it to catch a movie, to shop, or to have a quick dinner, I always find it tough to get a nice place to eat. The eateries here are so limited, not to mention pricey. Anyway, there's this place called Little Wok Kitchen which I found to be reasonable in terms of food quality and pricing. Bear in mind it's nowhere near the prices of your neighborhood kopitiam though.

Little Wok Kitchen


Tonight, my partner and I decided to stop by Little Wok for a quick dinner before heading to TGV cinema for a movie. I noticed Little Wok hired quite a number of new workers, which aren't local and are pretty young. It must be for the cheaper labour cost.

Wall deco
The menu
We ordered two dishes, and as usual my partner ordered a soupy dish, while I went for the beef fried rice. Check it out below.

#1 RM 8.90
#2 RM 8.90

Well, the food isn't bad, in fact it was really tasty. But too tasty isn't always a good thing, which got me thinking how much taste enhancing powder "think Ajinomoto" have they added into the dishes. I'm not blindly saying this, as almost always I feel really thirsty after a meal here. Still, it was one of the very few reasonably priced eateries here without resorting to fast foods.

Little Wok Kitchen
Lot G29, Wangsa Walk,
53300 Wangsa Maju ,
Kuala Lumpur

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29 comments :

  1. Ajinomoto is best! Hahaha add more MSG den ur hair will drop faster :P hahaha yeah I walked around Wangsa Walk like 2 rounds; that's finish no more restaurants :P hahaha I always walk around and end up at popeyes :P

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  2. supia1:50 AM

    They serve is wok or plate? Look rather flat in the pic.

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  3. A~ha. Looks special. Our dish served in a wok. :D

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  4. You love going to this type of places, it seems. Usually nice but not great...and relatively more expensive. Yup...lots of msg, that's for sure. I hate the after taste.

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  5. Alice Law10:00 AM

    Makan MSG kar? I won't mind if it tasted really good!^^ However will only go with my husband without the little one lar, bad for kids!TSK tsk!

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  6. Smallkucing10:34 AM

    saw this shop before but did not go in

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  7. Klhappysurfer10:48 AM

    You're right about the lower pricing as compared to the other cafes but the msg thingy is not so great. But then again, it's expected in outside food. For healthier food, Subway is available if you don't mind not having Chinese food. Nice pictures!

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  8. CW, Choi... i'm already balding... I saw Popeyes, but its fast food, and i'm trying to cut down on fast foods... ><

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  9. Supia, it's actually this small aluminium woks. :)

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  10. Tekkaus, nowadays in KL a lot of wok served dishes. :)

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  11. STP, it's not love, I don't really have a choice. When we're in these shopping complexes, there's rarely anywhere else to eat in.

    Lots of msg makes us dizzy and extremely thirsty after the meal

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  12. Alice, hehehe, it does taste very good. XD yup, definately not for the little ones.

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  13. Smallkucing, oh, do you stay around Wangsa Maju area as well?

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  14. KLhappysurfer, hey! thanks for dropping by my humble blog. MSG / Ajinomoto is everywhere nowdayas. I wanted Subway initially, but then I figured it wasn't enough to fill my big stomach. Lol! :)

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  15. Submerryn3:25 PM

    It's been ages since I last had Big Fry dishes... eh.. MSG scares me lah! dun wanna get bald too soon :D

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  16. hildamilda6:04 PM

    There's one in Pavillion's food republic too right? (:

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  17. Haha~ I always passby only, never steps in. Little Wok sounds like a Chinese Restaurant but I always find that they hire a lotsa malay or bangladesh lo. >< weird right?

    Every nice food out there added a lot of Ajinomoto, unless self-cook, but seriously, I prefer eating outside. LOL!! =D

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  19. Oh! There's Little Wok at Kota Damansara too! ;) Eric told me it is nice but havent has the chance to try it yet. hahaha tasty = msg! :p

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  20. Rebecca11:21 PM

    I have never been to wangsa walk yet! ;p

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  21. Merryn, Hahaha, don't worry. I don't think you will go bald soon. You're so healthy and beautiful!

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  22. Rebecca, Hey thanks for dropping by my blog!! Much appreciated! Next time I bring you to Wangsa Walk ok? The mall itself isnt really great, but the TGV cinemas has one of the most comfortable seats.

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  23. Caroline, oh there is? Haha, I didnt know too. If you asked me, I think all coffee shop dishes has a lot of MSG in it too ><

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  24. KM, I think they hire them coz its cheap labor ><

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  25. Hilda, not very sure though. Hehe, lemme check XD

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  26. Rebecca2:03 AM

    I have never been to wangsa walk yet! ;p

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  27. Little Wok at Wangsa Walk during lunch hour today was so messy. Alfred

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  28. Hi, Issac! :D Nice posting! and pictures too! :D Do you happen to have their phone number please? Would like to do some booking. :) Thank you! :D

    PS: I can't seemed to find their number from "Google" Search too.

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  29. Hi, Issac! :D

    Nice posting and pictures too! Do you happen to have their number? Couldn't find in google. TQ! :D

    jillianlau

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