Ten Years brings together a bounty of Malaysian street food in one colourful outlet, serving cherished recipes collected from respected stall owners & restaurateurs from across the country. Expect interpretations of everything from Penang’s T&T Prawn Mee to Sabah’s Nasi Kuning Kak Tum to KL’s Shun Fa Chicken Rice.

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Tiger Char Kuey Teow

Ten Years offers a take on Tiger Char Kuey Teow, which remains fresh in our minds after our recent visit to George Town. This tries to capture Tiger’s spirit & essence – it’s two-thirds there. The resemblance to the original is obvious, with prawns presented prominently. It tastes respectable, though to nitpick, it lacks cockles, & the prawns in Penang seemed more naturally sweet & juicy. The price, RM15.90++, marks a hike over Penang’s, but that shouldn’t be a surprise – plus, Ten Years does offer several complimentary side dishes (Malaysian versions of Korean banchan, in a sense) to accompany every main meal. Note that the restaurant avoids pork & lard, in its bid to be a more inclusive & widely accepted commercial enterprise.

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Nasi Dagang Kak Pah

From Terengganu, Nasi Dagang Kak Pah (RM18.90++) features rice with gulai ikan tongkol – Ten Years’ operators clearly thought of how to best showcase this in a contemporary restaurant setting; the result seems more at home in an upmarket mall food court than an old-school warung. The santan-steamed rice is fragrant & flavoursome but a bit hard & dry – easily rectified nonetheless with the fish gravy. And the tuna (if it was tuna) was meaty, though it reminded us of a canned sardine in both its taste & texture. It’s worth noting that for better or worse, the food is served really fast; our orders all arrived within five minutes.

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Nancy’s Kitchen Nyonya Laksa

Our favourite order, the one we relished unequivocally, was from our hometown – Nancy’s Kitchen Nyonya Laksa (RM19.90++), a hearty Malaccan bowl of noodles, crisp cucumber strips, large prawns, fish cakes & tofu pok in robust coconut milk broth, aromatic with laksa leaves & spices. Good enough to make us consider returning for nasi lemak, pasembur & more.

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Location and Contact Details

Ten Years

1, Jalan Radin Bagus 6

Tel: +603-9054-9688

Open Tues-Sun, 1230pm-230pm, 630pm-10pm

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23 Comments Leave a comment

  1. Muniandy Shunmugam October 23, 2015 Subscriber

    Too expensive for hawker fare food

  2. Kenneth Guan October 23, 2015 Subscriber

    Superb expensive…taste soso nia.. Not recommend

  3. Zi Wei October 22, 2015 Subscriber

    Not nice at all and overpriced!!! No second time and advice to everyone, don’t go to try. Wasted your money only!! U all will definitely disappointed!!

  4. Tack Jin Cheng October 22, 2015 Subscriber

    very expensive!

  5. Irene Wong October 22, 2015 Subscriber

    Superb expensive…taste soso nia.. eat once teeth comes out 1…???? never ever think of 2nd time…??

  6. NicoLe LyE October 22, 2015 Subscriber

    Glave Wong

  7. Knoxi Knox October 22, 2015 Subscriber

    Spot on. Over priced. Once enough. Not going back ??

  8. Rhasvinder Kaur October 21, 2015 Subscriber

    NashDev Singh Bel Sidhu Kelvin Singh ManDev Singh

  9. Jonathan Tan October 18, 2015 Subscriber

    Wah, so many bad reviews. On foresight n an added pov, no pork n no alcahol is already a turnoff. No thank you.

  10. Jackie Cheong October 15, 2015 Subscriber

    Oh dear….no good review. That’s no good. Do something or you might loose it.

  11. Suki Bst October 14, 2015 Subscriber

    Tried once and will never go back again….

  12. Wong Ying Cheong October 9, 2015 Subscriber

    Overprice foods

  13. MarShen Yap October 8, 2015 Subscriber

    MarNnie Tan

  14. Elaine Fyl October 8, 2015 Subscriber

    Yeap price very expensive! Tried once then enough

  15. Wai Yin Lee October 8, 2015 Subscriber

    less than 15 main meals in d menu. means not much choice. majority are spicy food

  16. Edwin Teh October 7, 2015 Subscriber

    Super poor service

  17. Hooi Fang October 7, 2015 Subscriber

    Already tried but very disappointed. Once is enough ?

  18. KL used furniture October 7, 2015 Subscriber

    Our expat friends enjoyed it very much

  19. Jian Shin October 6, 2015 Subscriber

    already tried… not bad but very expensive

  20. Gin Mei October 6, 2015 Subscriber

    Jasmine Tym Jian Shin

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