Yong Tau Foo
Cantonese Fried Kuey Teow
Soft Crab Bihun - Eating Crabs can be
tedious. But this Soft Crab Bihun besides tasted good, can be
swallowed wholly without even laying a finger on it.
The full panoply of Malaysian and Singaporean cuisine is
available in Kuala Lumpur.
Foods / Restaurants Recommendation
- Foong Foong Yong Tau Foo, located at Pekan Ampang. One of
three adjacent places competing for the title of The Original Ampang
yong tau foo, a Hakka Chinese dish consisting of large pieces of tofu and
vegetables, stuffed with fish paste, boiled in stock and served dipped
into sweet and spicy sauces. 60 sen/piece plus 50 sen for a bowl of
rice. Open every day for lunch only.
- Kam Lin Kee , located at corner of Jalan Petaling and
Jalan Hang Lekir (opp Hong Leong Bank). No English sign, no menu
in any language, and a kitchen you really don't want to look into - but
it packs the crowds for its famous hokkien mee (fried noodles in
dark sauce, RM5). Wash it down with a RM1 mug of cooling liang
teh and soak in the busy market ambience.
Nasi Kandar Pelita, located at No. 149, Jalan Ampang (opp
Corus Hotel), A huge outlet of Malaysia's largest nasi
kandar chain, with long queues snaking out at lunchtime. Ordering is
easy, just choose and point, but be sure to ask for their specialty
kuah campur (mixed
gravy), meaning that you get half a dozen curry sauces splashed on top.
Air-con available upstairs. Open 24 hours, most servings RM5-10.
outlets in KLCC and all over the place. Famed for its buttery coffee
buns (RM1.50), which took not just Malaysia but Singapore and Thailand
by storm in 2004. They are, indeed, incredibly tasty when fresh from the
oven but lose their delectableness fast. Outlets and imitators all over
town, just follow your nose!
Steven's Corner, located at No. 18 & 18A, Jalan Hujan
Rahmat 2 (off Old Klang Road), Overseas Union Garden. A
famous Indian bistro or locally called mamak stall. Open 24 hours a day
and 7 days a week.
Ai Kopitiam, located at 8A, Jalan Serunai 1, Tmn
Klang Jaya 41200 Klang. Offer varios delicious and famous Malaysian
Chinese dishes including "Cantonese fried kuey teow" , " Singapore
bihun" , "Soft crab bihun"
* bihun means "rice
vermicelli" in Malay words