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8 Must-Eat Food In Jinjang, KL Including The Best Pan Mee

It's time to add Jinjang in your list of Foodie places!

Jinjang has always been the lesser known “sibling” in the area, compared to Sentul or Kepong. As we uncover the 8 must-eat food in Jinjang, Kuala Lumpur – you now have every reason to head on there for your next meal. Many of these restaurants and hawker stalls have been in business for more than two decades! From a heavily raved clam dish to mouth-watering hand-made paos – you can trust them to deliver you only the best food in town.

8 Restaurants and Stalls You Have To Visit In Jinjang:

1. Hainanese Street Western Food 海南街西餐

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Start your day with this classic breakfast set consisting of ham, egg, sausage and bread. The owner and cook of the shop has been serving breakfast for the residents in Jinjang since 1985. Many still go back for the nostalgic taste of the localised version of a Western breakfast.

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Besides that, both the chicken chop and pork chop, drenched in black pepper sauce, are also a crowd-favourite here. The sauce perfectly balances the crispy meat, ensuring every bite is tantalizing as ever. The stall is only recognisable by a simple red and blue signage stating “Western Food 西餐”. But you won’t be able to miss it based on the large crowd dining at the home-based shop.

Address: 3532, Jalan Tebing Selatan, Jinjang Utara, 52000 Kuala Lumpur.

Opening hours: 7:45 am – 12:30 pm (Weekdays), 7:30am – 1pm (Weekends)

[Non-Halal]

2. Restaurant Happy Salt Steam Chicken 正家乡盐焗鸡

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Based from the name, you can guess that the star of the restaurant is their steamed salted chicken. The chicken is wrapped in tin foil with all sorts of Chinese herbs and then baked with salt, revealing juicy and succulent chicken meat.

Other dishes worth trying out would be their curry fish head, stewed trotter, ginger stir-fry chicken and steamed tilapia with their home-made specialty sauce.

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Address: 1129, Main Road, Jalan Jinjang Utara, Jinjang Utara, 52000 Kuala Lumpur.

Opening hours: 11:30 am – 5pm (Tues – Sun), Closed on Mondays.

[Non-Halal]

3. Seng Kee Pao 星记飽点

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Next up, if you are craving something lighter than the usual rice and noodles, head on over to Seng Kee Pao as they have  over 40 years of experience in making traditional Fuzhou paos. The Da Bao (大包) is their best-seller, the fillings consist of pork meat, chicken meat, and half of a fully-boiled egg. Each bite you take will leave you wanting more.

Besides that, Seng Kee also has a mixed variety of other paos as well, namely char siew pao, red bean paste pao and kaya pao.

Photo: Seng Kee Pao (Facebook)

Address: 3425, Jalan Jinjang Aman, Jinjang Utara, 52000 Kuala Lumpur.

Opening hours: 8pm – 1am (Mon – Sat), Closed on Sundays.

[Non-Halal]

4. Restaurant Ah Kiat

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As you stumble upon a single man incessantly frying up noodles, you’re at the right place. The one man show ensures Ah Kiat’s signature hokkien mee is cooked to perfection, arriving steaming hot at your table.

They offer an assortment of stir-fried noodles other than their signature hokkien mee. Prepare for a long waiting time as there is only one cook but don’t be defeated at the thought, having the taste of their hokkien mee will be all worth it in the end.

Address: Jalan Jinjang Aman 1, Jinjang Utara, 52000 Kuala Lumpur.

Opening hours: 11:45am – 3pm, 6pm – 12am (Daily).

[Non-Halal]

5. Tuaa Mark Pan Mee House

This shop is deemed to have one of the best pan mee in town where patrons continuously flood the shop at the break of dawn. As the steaming bowl of pan mee arrives on your table, the sweet aroma of the ikan bilis infused soup wafts up your nose. Add some spicy goodness to your bowl of pan mee by pairing it their homemade chili sauce.

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Address: Jalan Jinjang Aman 1, Jinjang Utara, 52000 Kuala Lumpur.

Opening hours: 7:30am – 5pm (Tues – Sun), Closed on Mondays.

[Non-Halal]

6. yuan-HUB

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Perfect for the gathering of friends and families, yuan-HUB not only offers a charming outdoor setting but also a plethora of seafood at your disposal. Their barbecued seafood is popular for patrons but you can also opt for their Seafood Porridge and Stir-fried Seafood Udon.

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Address: Lot 1363-6 rujuk cn 318002 gerai, Jalan BAH Taman Batu 51200, Kuala Lumpur.

Opening hours: 5pm – 12am (Daily).

[Non-Halal]

Jinjang Utara Pork Ball Noodle

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Who would have known that a hawker stall hidden in a small coffee shop in Jinjang would have over 40 years of experience in selling pork ball noodles?

Customers from all over Klang Valley would arrive in the wee hours of the morning just to get a steaming hot bowl of authentic bowl of pork ball noodles. Their pork sausages are barbecued to perfection, fragrant and tender in every bite.

Address: 1508, Jalan Jinjang Utama, Jinjang Utara, 52000 Kuala Lumpur.

Opening hours: 6am – 1pm (Daily).

[Non-Halal]

8. Jinjang Yong Tau Fu食香味釀豆腐

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For yong tau fu lovers, this is your paradise! This stall has more than 20 different types of Yong Tau Fu, enough for you to go back for more each day. If you can really take spicy food, do try out their Super Hot Chili Yong Tau Fu.

Their other signature dish is the stir-fried clams in rice wine. It’s so incredibly divine, some patrons go there just for this dish.

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Address: 2358, Jalan Tebing Timor, Jinjang Utara, 52000 Kuala Lumpur. 

Opening hours: 8:30am – 4:30pm (Tues – Sun), Closed on Mondays.

[Non-Halal]

Which food are you most excited to try first?

Now that you know the 8 must-eat food in Jinjang, Kuala Lumpur – go on and try any of the food above in Jinjang. You never know, you may discover your new favorite spot for breakfast, lunch, dinner or even supper!

Read more: 10 Mouth-Watering Food to Try in Kepong For the Foodies

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