Kitchen Inn

Thursday, October 01, 2015 Sharon Halim 0 Comments

I have been here many times since it first open. This is one of the best authentic Malaysian noodle in Melbourne. This kind of noodle was pretty rare in Melbourne, not many restaurants served this type of noodle. 

One day I decided to try their spring rolls and don't really like the taste. It was a bit soggy and blend. They need to improved the stuffing.





Kolo mee have the sweet taste and kampua is the salty one. Both are nice depends on your preference. I prefer the minced pork and crispy pork as the toppings, sometimes they allow you to alter the topping from what they normally served which are bbq pork and minced pork. 





They have pretty good hot or cold teh tarik, creamy, thick, fluffy milk and not too sweet. One of the authentic teh tarik with a good balanced flavours.



Their portions are pretty big and their prices are reasonable. Definitely worth your money. The let down was the taste of their food are a bit inconsistent. Sometimes it's very tasty and full of flavours, sometimes a bit blend. Their staff is typical asian restaurant attitude, a bit sloppy, fast and in a hurry. It's a very busy place and they have indoor and outdoor seatings are.

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Kitchen Inn
03 9328 2562
469 Elizabeth St
Melbourne, VIC 3000

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