I finally made it here after promising myself for quite some time. It's set in the old train station which bought back memories of catching the train as a child. It's in the same room where you used to buy the tickets. It's great to see they kept the character of the place. Service is friendly. You get a choice of inside or out, I chose inside as its by the train tracks and also on the main road so a little too noisy outside. They only have a few tables but quite large so I was able to sit quite comfortably with my food and a book in front of me. I ordered the Char Kway Teow which was nice. The Chinese sausage was soft and crispy, flavoursome little morsels in the dish. I also had an Oreo milkshake which was yummy - the shake came with a scoop of vanilla ice cream and topped with a couple of cookies. Recommended.
A nice location in Glen Eden. The customer service is really good. You get to seat in inside or even outdoors for some fresh air. I went and had fried noodles and I think they put in too much sauce which ruined the taste of the food.
They were exceptionally busy but food was ready in 20ish minutes. The portions were smaller than expected but very tasty! The staff were incredibly friendly, even came around the counter to hand me my food personally. Hard to find such chivalry these days!
I have been to many Malaysian restaurants here and this is the most authentic Malaysian food, especially for Bak Kut Teh and Laksa. There are many Malaysian foods on the menu that haven't seen anywhere else but they are all typical Malaysian foods that you will never want to miss! Such as Rojak and Sarawak Kolomee!
Was really excited to find out that Kampung Style served Kampua Mee (on the menu it was named Sarawak Mee). I even fb-ed the store to verify that it was the dish I was looking for. Sadly, when we went there to try the dish, it was nothing close to what I was expecting. I didn't expect them to use the same noodles, as it can only be found in Malaysia. But I was more disappointed that the taste was not even close. In saying that, it didn't taste bad or anything. It's still passable as a dish. Just not as the local dish loved by Sarawakians. Other than that, I gave the restaurant another shot the next day. This time I ordered their egg noodles with wonton. This dish was delicious, and they were very generous with the wontons. Best wontons I've had so far in Auckland. Tasted like home. My mates also ordered the usual: Kway teow, hokkien mee and laksa - they seemed happy with it. If you're in the area and looking for Malaysian food, I'd definitely recommend this place. Just not for the Sarawak mee.
Authentic. Delicious. Our cravings were satisfied. We've tried: 1. Fish Head Noodle Soup 2. Char Koay Teow 3. Curry Laksa 4. Curry Puffs 5. Teh Tarik We've heard rumours saying that they offer tasty Malaysian street food...so we had to give it a try. Been there now and I'm going to continue spreading this good 'rumour'.
First of all, I am a big fan of Malaysian Food and have lived in Singapore for more than 10 yrs. I have tried many Malaysian restaurants in Auckland including those well known name like Paparich etc. And finally I found this little gem in the west. I live one hour away from this place but come to this restaurants every fortnightly, as their food.... nothing can compare. They have very good Fish head noodles, which comes with the sour pickles. It is so nice and one of the must have item (if you like fish head noodles). You won't be disappointed. It is a struggle for 3 of us each time as there are too many yummy dishes that we love to try but also can't get away without eating our usual favorites. Very difficult choices. Get there for once if you never been there and I would say you won't get disappointed. Their price is much more reasonable than those big names as well.
Having heard so much about KS and such positive reviews from Zomato, we were looking forward to tasting its food. The hosts were very friendly and we felt comfortable. Food wise, I only rate it as passable, more suited to the locals. In other words, too sweet and lacking the oomph. For example, the hokkien mee does not taste like the original and the laksa is just too creamy and sweet. So if you are looking for authentic Mysian food then plese look elsewhere.
Quite a small restaurant but nice and cosy. Food is really good and you can tell it's authentic. It's a good price for the amount of food and they have lunch specials for $10.90. The teh Tarik (Malaysian tea) is actually pulled creating that nice froth you see in the photos. Both the seafood laksa and hokkien mee was delicious. Will definitely be coming back to try more of their food!
I came here with my partner for the first time on a weekend lunch. We had Kampung Style Mee Goreng, which is Malaysian style fried noodles and Kampung Style ABC shaved ice. The smell and taste of the food is just like what I had in Malaysia! Price is also very reasonable. They were quite busy during lunch hour that tables inside were all full. It wasn't so pleasant sitting outside because it is winter. I really like the shaved ice with the red beans, corns, and evaporated milk.
Great spot - seems as popular for takeaways as eat in. Can be cold on an evening adore pretty open. Love the smoky flavour of the char kway teow!
Really good food. Reasonable price. Serving is just right. Staff is very kind to us. I would highly recommend to friends. Lor mee fanatic here. And Bah Kuh Teh is authentic. Hi to everybody's sister.
Really cute little place. Its in the old building of Glen Eden station. Food was absolutly marvelous and defenitly value for money. Big portions and reasonavle price...that is coming from a stinge like me. Value for money - 4.5/5 Portion-4.5/5 Price $35 for two (average) Service -4.5/5 Dining Type -Casual. Can hold around 20 to 25 ppl at the same time Parking -Plenty Would I go back = YES
Service is really good. They asked us twice about how is the food. We are not familiar with this Malaysia style food, so the actress described them thoroughly, seems she knew how is the taste like very well. Food is Okay because lm not quite keen on Malaysia food. They look nice, worth to try though.
In the last few months I have been there twice and it's not enough. Located directly on the train station gives this place a special kind of character. I have tried the rojak, roti, hokkien mee, laksa, curry puffs, beef rendang and egg gravy noodles. Everything is excellent. Portion size is good for the price. Service is good. First time I feel a Malaysian restaurant makes excellent noodles and rendang. Usually it's one or the other. My favourite dish is the laksa and hokkien mee but everything is superb. You won't be disappointed if you are a fan of Malaysian cuisine!
We had the Rojak, char kuey teoh, Hokkien mee and Wan tan hor and all was very tasty. Highly recommended and there was 7 of us and we all enjoyed it. Highly recommend this place. Although the place is quite small but the food is worth going for.
Needed takeaways for dinner as it was a long day... didn't want to go far & the rating/reviews on Zomato seemed good. Phoned an order through for lamb curry, fried rice, nasi goreng, char kway teow & beef noodles. Apart from the lamb needing to be more tender everything else was pretty good and hit the spot well. Service was easy - would try again when needed.
Went there for dinner on Sunday with the family. Helpful staff and really tasty food. We had the Nasi Lemak with Rendang; Char Kway Teow, Pandan Chicken, Chicken Noodles and Spring Rolls for the kids. Good value for money.
Never disappointed with the food or service often get takeout from here and is just as nice as eating in. Roti canai & laksa are a must, though they do sell out of the laksa later in the night.
We came for lunch recently. The place is not too big but pleasant. The service was good and friendly. We ordered banana prawns with crispy noodle, wat dan hor and loh mee. My friends love the taste and said the dishes were definitely "Malaysian". So if you are keen to have a taste of "Malaysian" drop in to this place. I think you will not be disappointed.
I finally get to try kampung style! I have been meaning to come here for ages! It is a long out of the way form me as i live in the city but it was worth the drive! Tonight we had the fried pandan chicken, the mee goreng and the sambal eggplant. I have to say the sambal eggplant was to die for! I love the belacan flavour, and when we asked for spicy, both dishes were actually spicy! And they even gave us a little dish of cut chili with soy sauce on the side ?? The mee goreng was nice, but maybe because I'm indonesian I prefer it to be sweeter... but otherwise it was tasty! With lots of meat too! Our waitress was so friendly and lovely! The service was very efficient! We didn't have to wait long for our meals.. and the portions were generous! I can't wait to go back and try their prawn mee! And fish head noodle soup