Lui Cha is available on Fridays. Lui Cha is of Hakka origin. It is being served with 7 types of vegetables with a grounded tea. 'Lui' actually mean "to grind" in the Hakka dialect, so the correct translation of Lui Cha should be 'grounded tea' and not 'thunder tea' as translated by most people. There are two ways to serve Lui Cha. One is to have the grounded tea soup directly added to the rice and vegetables and the other way is to serve it separately. I prefer mine to be added to my rice with a lot of sesame seeds whereas my friend prefer hers to be served separately.
Lui Cha soup added to rice
Lui Cha soup served separately
Curry laksa with yong tau fu
Mixed vegetables wtih rice and mangga fruit
Fried spring rolls
Name: Kuan Yin Temple Location: Jalan Ampang, Kuala Lumpur (5 mins walk from KLCC) Operation hours: Open daily during lunch from 11am to 2.303pm 1st and 15th day of the lunar month: 7.30am to 2.30pm Menu varies everyday. Check out menu from the chart provided in the first photo.
Taste = *** Atmosphere = ** Service = Self service Price = $$ Location = very convenient for tourists How to get there = LRT/bus to KLCC, then walk towards Citi Bank/Ampang Park.
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