【FOOD】 Ru Di Fook Noodle Bar @ Kota Damansara - You'll Never Wander Alone


Thursday, 31 August 2017

【FOOD】 Ru Di Fook Noodle Bar @ Kota Damansara

*This is a NON-HALAL food post*

Hello all! Today I'd like to introduce my newly-found place, which I think they serve an awesome combination of Malaysia food in Japanese & Hong Kong style --

Ru Di Fook Noodle Bar @ Kota Damansara.

When I first enter into this restaurant, I was caught with surprised on how spacious, cozy and clean this place. The amount of light penetrates into is enough for me to snap a few picture that worth putting onto your instagram account.

Chinese Tea

Strong aromatic yet it makes me feel relax just by smelling it. 

Summer Hawaiian Onglai

Citrus Black

Tasting a diluted coffee in citrus flavour. Perfect choice for people who are looking for a not-too-bitter coffee flavour. 

This is how to adjust your citrus black, according to your preference. 


Very cooling to have this drink under the hot, sunny day! 

Luo Han Guo

Another choice of fruity-flavour drink for your consideration. 


As I mentioned earlier on, one of the co-founder: Ken is specialized in coffee, and the latte he prepared will definitely not letting you down!

Imagine having this kind of afternoon tea at this place. 

Umeshu Plum Tomato

Soury taste yet retaining the freshness of tomato, a perfect dish to kick-start your appetite!

Kung Fu Mushroom

The no.1 choice among customers. Served fried shimeji, oyster mushroom pair with Aioli (best sauce I've ever tasted!!)

Fuyu Caesar Salad

Salad comes with fuyu dressing & cracker, creating a rather tasty flavour while mixing together with fresh cucumber, chinese xiao bai chai and cherry tomato. 

The process on how to mix caesar salad.

Eggplant, Sesame Tomato & Garlice Crumble

The 3 combination was surprisingly turns up to be a delicious finger-size bite food! 

Yakitori is not a strange words when it comes to Japanese food. However, the chef in Ru Di Fook had prepared each and every of yakitori not only great in taste, but also retain its Malaysia characteristic.

Erringi Mushroom Yakitori

Japanese mushroom in yakitori style. Okay, maybe this is not so Malaysian-ish. 

Nonetheless, it still taste great! The mushroom was in a perfect structure. 

Cheese Onion & Nori Salt Yakitori 

Okra & Ikan Billis Aioli Yakitori

You can't find any ikan billis, yet you taste it!

Cherry Tomato Yakitori

No kidding... it was yummy! (Pretty sure it was the drizzling salt that makes the difference)

Leek & Garlic Butter Yakitori

Soaking the leek with butter to soften its surface & creates more aromatic taste.

Curry Cauliflower & Cheese Sauce

You won't tell the different that that is ACTUALLY a cauliflower. 

Chicken Wing & Gula Melaka Soy Yakitori

Pork & Peanut Sauce Yakitori

Reminds me of satay in pork flavour lol. 

Chicken & Lemongrass Coriander Yakitori

That sauce is da BOOM! While the chicken maybe a little hard, it's the sauce that makes the difference! 

Pork & Cumin Tongarashi Salt Yakitori

Tender, chewy pork in yakitori. Needed I elaborate more?

Bacon Pineapple, Leek & Cheery Tomato Yakitori

I've no idea that bacon is a good pair of pineapple, leek & cherry tomato! Or was this due to the chef's magical masterpiece? 

When comes to wan tan mee, everything was made with scratch: the noodles were handmade with duck egg, creating this strong aromatic flavour that triggers your taste bud. On top of that, the soup were also prepared by stuffing with scallop, dried pork skin & prawn, not adding any preservation, which makes the whole dish healthy and safe to consume for more.

In Ru Di Fook, the wantan mee served in small size, just like adopting Boat Noodle's concept.

Yat Hao Fook Sai Sai Yong (Dry)

Yat Hao Fook Sai Sai Yong (Soup)

Lucky 909

Depending on your preference, you can add more herbal taste into your jelly to balance the flavour. 

Satay Rojak

This is an upgraded version of Rojak, with noodles & meat adding into the plate. 

Soft Shell Crab Laksa

Still, the laksa flavour is there. The soft-shell crab was indeed crisp and blended well in this plate.

Duck Conflit Mee

A hand-made noodle and herbal soup where you have no reason not to resist that piece of duck on that plate. 

Milo Pie

My childhood food!!! I still remember those day where I used to stuff mountains of milo onto my vanilla ice-cream. This dish brought back heaps of memories!

Tim Mak Mak

This wonderful combination of gingko barley and beancurd sheet will sweeten up your afternoon day. 

Ru Di Fook holds a very firm slogan: Eating is a blessing (能吃是福) when comes to preparing food and drink to the customer. It's no wonder the food served today were able to bring so much joy to me and my company. The noodles were so good that I'd prefer to take time to eat on it, so I could enjoy its max flavour lol. I highly reckon this place for lunch / dinner for gathering purpose.

Ru Di Fook Noodle Bar
2, Jalan PJU 5/4,
Dataran Sunway, Kota Damansara
47810 Petaling Jaya,
Selangor Darul Ehsan, Malaysia
Tel: +603-7496 7103
Business Hour: 11am - 10.30pm (Tues - Sun)

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