Previously when we visited WUDI Noodles – WUDI Noodles at Jalan Sultan – Tasty curry noodles , we noticed Fung Wong located a few doors away. It was bustling with people. I was curious to see what it was about and so, I went in for a peep. Turns out, they sell traditional Chinese pastries and this is apparently a well known brand, one who has been around for a loooooong time. More than 100 years. They must be doing something right, ey? The customers certainly love it judging from the full house.
Lookwise, the eatery was bright, looked modern with a hint of ol’ schoolness. It was not what I’d expect from a traditional brand. I like it.
Parking: As mentioned in the previous post on WUDI … you can park in the 5 Elements Hotel located a few doors away at an hourly rate of RM 4 or the open carpark at the end of the road. If you intend to park by the roadside, traffic police regularly make their rounds there. Park at your own risk.
Freshly baked goodies …
Kaya Roll Slice, RM 3.50
From the looks of it, this was a crowd favorite. Fast selling. It was yummy. The cake itself was moist and dense, add in the kaya…. yum!
Piggy Bun, RM 3.50
This was like a good char siew pau except rather than the white, soft and bouncy pau, this one here had a biscuit-ty, pastry-ish texture.
Coconut Tart, RM 3
The problem with these sort of tarts would usually be the base. It tends to take up majority of the whole tart with its thickness, resulting in little filling. No such thing here though. You’d get thin, crunchy base with lots of chewy coconut bits as filling.
Fung Wong is a good spot for teatime, especially so if you are having some friendly get-together. If you fancy some light pastries to munch on, desserts, this eatery provides you that together with a nice ambiance. I would not mind dropping by for another visit when I am in the area next.
Address: 85, Jalan Sultan, City Centre, KL.
Opening hours: Everyday, 9 am – 6 pm.
Contact Num.: 03 – 2072 8888
Signing out now, Ciao.