Your visit to Kuala Lumpur would be void if you miss savouring its scrumptious food or sit on a street-side to eat some its mouthwatering delicacies. Here are some of the best spots to try out.
Beef Noodles at Soong Kee
Tipped to be one of the Malaysian capital’s top hawker food hubs Soong Kee is a one of a kind local food heartland in Kuala Lumpur. This restaurant is popular among locals as an iconic beef noodles spot in the capital city. Soong Kee’s signature egg noodle dish is topped with a mouthwatering mince of pork and beef flavoured with the restaurant’s secret blend of herbs & spices. For those staying at a 5 star hotel in Bukit Bintang the likes of Berjaya Times Square Hotel, this restaurant is 12 minutes away.
Located in Sea Park Kuala Lumpur, this restaurant is the best place to satisfy your seafood cravings. It is amazing to note that the attraction in this food corner is not prawns or crabs but roast duck! Staying true to its name, the restaurant serves you with three kinds of meat in the pot such as pork meat, pork knuckle, and meatballs.
The Ganga Deli and Café
Nestled in Lorong Kurau is The Ganga Café, a fascinating restaurant which is a hotspot among vegetarian lovers. It serves Gujarati flavours with a twist of South Indian vegetarian fare. You’ll be able to svaour many a la carte menus like thosai, idiyappam, Ganga burger, roti channai as well as lunch and dinner in various dinner sets.
Ooi Pork Noodles
You’ll hardly come across a better place in the city to savour a flavoursome noodle soup dish. The richer and porkier the broth, the better the taste! You’ll be offered this broth with a generous portion of tender pork slices, an array of innards and pork balls.
Intrigued by history, art and food, Lavinia Woolf is a writer who is passionate about the extraordinary and writes of the exhilarating and enchanting. Google+