Jom! Jalan-jalan cari makan – meaning “let’s go get some food” in the local language is where the trip ends up with the drive out of town. Yet, do you really need to head out of town when some of the best local eats can be found at Klang Valley in KL itself?
Ah Weng Koh Hainan Tea
Searching for that Malaysian breakfast? This is the place that serves up the finest kaya toast with boiled eggs and Hainan tea! This dish consists of bun or traditional Hainanese bread that has been steamed and slathered with butter and kaya. The tea is fairly strong but not too much. Doesn’t it sound like the best way to begin your day?
Sisters Crispy Popiah
The popiah here is the original. There are no fancy twists to the flavours and the popiah skin is just thick enough to hold the filling. The only choices you’ve got here is more spice or less spice. Take a bite of that crispy treat where sweet and spice collide!
Village Park Nasi Lemak
If what you need is a meal to satisfy your lunchtime hunger, the famous Nasi Lemak is the answer! Village Park is well known for its wonderful fried chicken and serves up the best version of this dish.
Hon Kee Porridge
Taste a bit of history at the Hon Kee Porridge that has been around since 1949 and has been handled by 3 generations and counting. The most popular dish here is Sang Yu Chuk which is snakehead porridge!
Sri Nirwana Maju Banana Leaf
Ever had rice on a banana leaf before? Well, if the answer is no, then its time to try it out right here. The rice is served on a banana leaf along with fried bitter gourd, a curry of your choice and lime pickle. Berjaya Times Square Hotel which is a Times Square Hotel in KL is a short distance away from this eatery.
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