Ru Di Fook Kitchen & Bar @ Kota Damansara

Took over the corner lot where Rebellions used to be, Ru Di Fook Kitchen & Bar serves our familiar hawker fares – wonton noodles with a more upscale style. 


The interior has a comfortable atmosphere partnered with a mixture of Japanese and Chinese design. The play on details such as the Japanese manga stained glass panels, neon-lighted restaurant sign as well as the retro decorative items are capable to attract one’s attention.


The cozy and tastefully decorated private room.


The cute anime inspired menu was filled with good selection of wanton mee served with different ingredients such as scallop wonton, Namyu Zhayuk (fermented bean curd fried pork) and roasted pork, just to name a few. There are rice bowls, Japanese fusion appetizers and snacks and interesting choices of desserts (Horlicks Banana Crumble, Milo Pie & etc)


Tea in pot


Cappuccino (RM10.80)


 Signature Wanton Noodle (RM15.80)

Quite a good portion I would say. Served with a beautiful blue and white glazed porcelain bowl, the dry wonton noodles was accompanied by fried wontons, braised Shiitake mushrooms, half an onsen egg, blanched vegetables and a bowl of wonton soup.


I like the perfectly cooked wonton noodles, al-dente and springy without unpleasant alkaline taste. Tossed in delicious pork lard and soy sauce concoction and further perfumed by sprinkles fried onion and chopped spring onion. I enjoyed slurping up the aromatic noodles together with the fried pork lard crisps. 


Both fried and boiled wonton was spot on with substantial pork and prawn filling. The soup dried scallop was equally good and flavourful. 


Yuzu BBQ Meat Noodles (RM16.80)

The Yuzu BBQ Meat was just alright, slightly sweet on the  flavour but I hardly can detect the Yuzu taste.


Roasted Pork Rice (RM18.80)

The roasted pork rice did not hit us with huge surprise. The roasted pork was just decent, to me the limelight ultimately belonged to the fried egg with crispy edges and runny egg yolk. Mix the rice with the egg yolk and a dash of soy sauce, a simple taste that evoke a sense of sublime satisfaction.


Verdict: Wonton noodles with the “cafe standard” price range, I’m quite happy with the portion as well as the food quality. Revisit? Yes, perhaps for their latest offering of ramen and desserts.

Updated @ 8 June 2018: New menu launched 2 months ago emphasizes more on ramen. 

Ru Di Fook Kitchen & Bar

No.2, Jalan PJU 5/4, Kota Damansara, 47810 Petaling Jaya, Selangor.

Tel: 03-7496 7103

Operating Hours: Tues – Sunday: 12.00pm to 2.30pm, 6.00pm to 12.00am (close on Monday)



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