Top 10 Best Tong Shui Places in KL & Klang Valley

For all that brownies, pie, or cake trying to strike your fancy, it’s true that our love for a good soothing bowl of Tong Shui just never seem to cease. When the sweet tooth comes a-knockin’, dish up one these luscious Tong Shui place options. Read on, the Top 10 Tong Shui places in KL for you to satisfy your Tong Shui cravings.


Top 10 Tong Shui Places In KL

1. PMK Dessert 半山芭大华糖水铺

PMK Dessert is a decadent store with a twist: you can indulge in some delicious Chinese dessert action while munching on some great snacks. Indeed, the team here not just have a true passion for Tong Shui, but for Chinese snacks and Kuih as well. All is evident through the use of great ingredients. Explore their menu for everything savoury and delightful, including Put Chai Ko (pudding cake) and Taro cake. You’ll admit that they just never disappoint.

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Address: 43, Jalan Kancil off Jalan Pudu, 50490 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
Operating Hours: 3.00pm- 12.00am, closed on Tuesday

2. Hong Kee Dessert Stall 洪记糖水

Come along and discover whether you‘d agree with hundreds of locals who swear this store serves one of the best traditional Chinese desserts in PJ. The desserts here are anything but boring: you’ll be spoilt for choices as a culmination of Chinese desserts is offered, all bubbling in huge stainless steel pots ready to be conquered. We definitely don’t fancy the almost-guaranteed super long queue at this stall. But trust me, all is worth the wait.

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Address: Pasar Sentosa, Jalan 17/27, Seksyen 17, 46400 Petaling Jaya, Selangor
Operating Hours: 5.00pm- 11.30pm, closed on Tuesday

3. Ruby Restaurant 芝麻糊大王

This Tong Shui place sings their own praises, which is evident through the name of the shop In Chinese, meaning “The king of Black Sesame Paste”. It’s true that Ruby Restaurant is really confident in their store’s offerings, but they’re not exaggerating at all: It is now a fourth-generation business which has been lingering in the KL desserts scene for more than 100 years! The aptly named Ruby Restaurant surely lived up to its name, whipping up a lovely rendition of Chinese desserts.

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Address: Jalan Landak, No. 32, Jalan Kancil, Pudu, 55100 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur
Operating Hours: 11.00am- 12.15am daily

4. Chicken Bowl 鸡公碗糖水

Furnished in a traditional Chinese style setting, this is a relatively new Tong Shui joint in Kajang which has just announced its establishment this March, and has made its mark since then. Red bean soup, wheat porridge, sweet potato soup, Bubur Cha Cha and Ginkgo Barley with Yuba, not forgetting their Chinese snacks, like red tortoise cakes, Chinese turnip cakes and Nyonya kuihs… there’s surely a type to satisfy every palette.


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Address: No 9, Taman Selamat, Batu 14,Jalan Cheras, Kajang, Malaysia
Operating Hours: 3.00pm-11.00pm, closed on Monday

5. K.T.Z 记得吃

Set within the vicinity of SS2, K.T.Z (Kai Tek Sek, meaning “remember to eat” in Cantonese) serves legendary desserts. No matter you’re looking for a cold and refreshing bowl to chow down on in the hot brutal weather, or a warm bowl of decadent concoction for you tranquillize your mind and soul, K.T.Z has all to offer. It’s true that nothing soothes the stomach as quickly as a trip to the bright lights of this speciality dessert shop.

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Address: 66 & 68, Jalan SS2/67, 47300 Petaling Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia
Operating Hours: 12.00pm- 1.00am daily

6. Lol Soon Kee Dessert 啰信记糖水甜品

Dig into their Tong Shui and you’ll admit that this place just feels as heavenly as home. Their traditional Chinese desserts are authentically done and handcrafted with love. Mango Pomelo Sago, Red Bean Soup, Uji Matcha Shaved Ice and Mango Maruko… All ready to tickle your taste buds. And yes, this place is surely the best place for you to reminisce the good ol’ carefree days.

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Address: Plaza Prima Setapak, B-G-16, Jalan Prima Setapak 5, Taman Setapak, 53300 Kuala Lumpur, Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur
Operating Hours: 12.00pm-10.30pm (Sunday-Wednesday), 12.00pm-11.00pm (Friday & Saturday), closed on Thursday

7. Satu 唐一心

Often tucked in shopping malls like One Utama & Sunway Velocity, Satu is surely one of the best dessert places for shoppers to top up the enjoyment after a gigantic shopping spree. Satu roars with an array of Chinese desserts: glutinous rice balls, Tau Fu Fah, Sweet Potato Soup, Double Skin Milk, Peanut Paste, black sesame puree and beancurd sheet soup … All are authentically crafted and ready to soothe your soul. 

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– 1 Utama Shopping Centre, SK9 second floor highstreet, 1, Lebuh Bandar Utama, Bandar Utama, 47800 Selangor
–  T-045A, Mid Valley Megamall, Mid Valley City, 58000 Kuala Lumpur, Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur
– B1 floor, 391, Sunway Velocity Mall, Jalan Cheras Maluri, 55100 Kuala Lumpur.
Operating Hours: 10.00am- 10.00pm daily

8. Poon Kee Dessert 潘记糖水

Where the furnishing is beyond simple with nothing much extravagant, this is the place proving that simplicity is the key. Operating since 1953, Poon Kee’s popularity shows no sign of waning, as patrons continue to flock to this restaurant for their fill of authentic Tong Shui. Despite its achievements over the years, it’s great that Poon Kee has managed to maintain its standards which first attracted its regulars.
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Address: Jalan Temenggung 5/9, Bandar Mahkota Cheras, 43200 Batu 9 Cheras, Selangor
Operating Hours: 10.45am- 11.00pm, closed on Wednesday

9. Sweet Hut

Fresh, premium ingredients are used to create desserts at this namesake restaurant, Sweet Hut Dessert. This Tong Shui place’s dessert menu changes seasonally, with surprises guaranteed for every visit, and is surely one for the indecisive, those who struggle to choose between a warm traditional Tong Shui and modern ice cream desserts. In fact, a warm bowl of their signature Tong Shui is definitely the perfect antidote for a weary soul.

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Address: 39-1 Jalan Kuchai Maju 8, Kuchai Entrepreneur Park, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Operating Hours: 12.00pm-1.00am daily

10. Leong Seng Dessert House 良成糖水

For over decades, Leong Seng Dessert House has satisfied numerous hungry customers’ sweet tooth. Indeed, old is gold. There’s no better feeling than sipping on a good bowl of Tong Shui while chit chatting with your loved ones under the street lights. This open spaced Tong Shui place often get flocked by patrons, so be sure to head there early right after your dinner to avoid any disappointment!

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Address: Taman Indah, 43200 Cheras 9 Miles, Selangor
Operating Hours: 6.00pm-11.30pm, closed on Friday

List: Best Tong Shui Places in KL 2018

There are many other great Tong Shui places in KL. Which one is your favourite? Let us know in the comment below.

We hope today’s article “Top KL Tong Shui Guide 2018” treated you well. If we missed out any good ones, feel free to suggest them to us too!

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