K C Cafe & Takeaway - Cheap and tasty food, eat in or takeaway.
Details for KC Cafe & Takeaway
- Takeaways: Yes
Andy G. said: "Very relaxing atmosphere on our visit here, everything laid out meticulously and spotless. A lot of attention to detail in presentation. Our waitress did not seem super experienced, but was friendly and respectful and had a good…" read more »
Reviews for KC Cafe & Takeaway
2nd March 2013 3 star
Rushed food. The Stir-fried eggplant hotpot was luke warm, too salty and spicy when I asked for mild. The prices are okay, you get what you pay for I’d expect. It has been good in the past when it’s not so busy, and I have bought takeaway yongcho fried rice before which was excellent. Slippery slope.
23rd January 2013 1 star
Thought I’d give this place a try because there were awards stuck on their entrance. Very disappointed. Every dish tasted the same – like salt mixed with some unnatural flavouring. The only positive thing I can say is that the meals came in large portions, but what’s the point? It’s too salty. The meat tasted weird. It just felt like I was putting really bad stuff into my mouth. On top of this – inattentive, disinterested, poor service. Might be good “value” for some, but not for me. Regretted eating here. Will not return.
23rd January 2013 5 star
Has been a regular of mine for a couple of years…no nonsense good quality friendly-priced yummy food…usually for me it’s either the salt/pepper pork spare ribs or the curry laksa most weekends, the orange beef is also great, i should lash out and try something else
17th December 2012 3 star
Many a night on the town has ended at KC Cafe…
Great prices, tasty and prompt food.
Should probably try it sober; but that would ruin part of the fun that is the KC Cafe experience!
22nd October 2012 3 star
KC should be coined the “takeaway that never sleeps” due to their extended operating hours and the vivid white fluorescent street lights.
The price is reasonable given it’s locality and the overall menu is generally Canton style dishes which will satisfy most foreigners of Asian origin and locals alike who enjoy dishes laced with salt. The Malaysian dishes are a poor attempt to fill space on their overflowing menu to the point of an insult to what it should actually taste, so your best bet is to stick with the mainland Chinese and Hong Kong dishes.
Part of the service comes along with the overall experience. Be sure to order your choice and pay in a snappy fashion or you will be at risk of being told off. Service with a smile is optional here.
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