Friday, February 15, 2013

Little Wonton @ Jalan Telawi, Bangsar

Jalan Telawi at Bangsar is now abuzz with new dining outlets. This is a great improvement as I really like to hangout here on weekends. One of the outlets I've wanted to try since a few weeks ago is this Little Wonton shop which you could easily miss while passing by due to its small and humble setting. It's actually next to Nosh.

I like the ambiance and the modern oriental deco in this shop. It's very cosy and the bright colours did lift up the moods as well. I think cute is the right word for this place. However my friend complained that the chairs are too small for his butt and he prefers siting on the cushioned seats.

There's a table in the middle of the room for all the sauces and condiments you'll need for the wontons. It's self-service and you will have to order from the counter and then pay before the food is delivered to you.

The menu is pretty interesting. I don't see the usual shrimp or meat paste wontons here but you'll get chicken ham with pineapples and cheese wontons, chicken sausage with tomato and cheese, mushroom, onions and cheese wontons and seafood tofu, thai sauce and onions wontons. These savoury wontons are priced at RM7.80 for 6 pieces.

I also ordered a dessert wonton from the sweet wonton menu. It's banana chocolate wontons at RM7.90 for 6 pieces too. I must say that these wontons taste really good despite the out of the ordinary fillings that is unheard of. The skin is thin and crispy and the right amount of filling is enough to fill you up.

And we brought our own bottle of wine and our own glasses there.

Little Wonton
9, Jalan Telawi 3,
59100 Bangsar, KL.
Tel: +603 2202 2613


Sean said...

Heheh, wine & wontons, nice pairing! Especially if no extra charge imposed to consume booze on-site :D

Chef and Sommelier said...

Like the BYOB concept!

suituapui said...

Banana chocolate wanton? Gee!!! Strange bedfellows!!! LOL!!!

foongpc said...

Looks like a cute shop! Wonder how those wonton taste like?

Ciki said...

oo crispy wonton.. makes a change from the soft ones. I think these go super with beer! burp..

Huai Bin said...

Gotta love your Bangsar posts! :)

It's close to where I live and yet I don't know about all these new places opening up.

Wonton and wine! :D

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