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Sunday 23 June 2013

Restoran Plus Plus Setapak

Restoran Plus Plus Setapak
Lot 7 & 8 Jalan Metro Wangsa
Section 2, Setapak
53300 Kuala Lumpur
(Coordinates: 3° 12' 18.00", 101° 44' 10.00")

We visited this restaurant pretty frequently in the days before Cat started cooking during the weekdays. It’s your typical food court and the dishes are pretty standard too. I fell in love with the lotus root soup some time ago and I’ve been having it every chance I get ever since.

always wondered what the plus plus means

run of the mill food court

During the daytime it’s a very quiet and sleepy food court but (as with most chinese food courts) it comes alive at night. Parking may be a bit of a challenge (most patrons park haphazardly along the side of the road where the yellow line is clearly visible) but we always opt to park some distance away at properly designated parking bays.

lotus root soup!

oolala at RM6.80, still pretty reasonable

any guesses what Brendan had?

you guessed it, pan mee at RM4.50

he's contented

Cat ordered char kuey tiau..

and got a hybrid instead for RM4.50

she's not complaining

I enjoyed my lotus root soup with rice while Brendan and Cat said their pan mee and hybrid fried mee/kueh tiau was ma-ma (so-so). By the way, at the rate he's going I might just apply for a deed poll to change Brendan's name to Peter (as in Peter Pan, get it?).

Cat says the sign board in Mandarin literally means 'street food' while google translate spewed out "street street food high tea room" (huh?); we have no idea why it’s translated to Plus Plus in English. Oh well, maybe someone can drop us a line and explain.

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