How can our neighbouring country have Hai Di Lao and not us?!” Yep, you know what we’re talking about. The Hai Di Lao craze went so viral since its opening, up until now they’re still so freaking popular. Fred not as we’re about to tell you, Hai Di Lao is coming to Malaysia!
Hai Di Lao: The Wait Is Over!
The legendary Hai Di Lao give you a full package, from pampering session like manicure during the wait, to the drooling soups and unlimited choices, nothing is not worth mentioning. Now that they’re coming to Malaysia, Sunway Pyramid, prepare to go crazy!
Hai Di Lao Is Opening Its First Store In Malaysia
One of China’s biggest hot pot restaurant chains, Hai Di Lao, is moving Petaling Jaya, Selangor. The group — founded in the Sichuan province in 1994 operates 300+ restaurants worldwide — will open a restaurant in Sunway Pyramid Mall. Source: here.
Hai Di Lao — which means “fishing in the bottom of the sea” in Mandarin and refers to fortune in the Sichuan province — is known for its idiosyncratic approach to customer service in China, with customers offered free massages and manicures as they wait for a table — a wait that can reportedly clock in at two to three hours in many of the chain’s sites.
Buzzed and ready to rumble? Hit up these nightclubs to boogie the night away. Kuala Lumpur’s nightlife scene is full of party spots blaring sick beats from hip-hop to EDM so lace up your dancing shoes – we’re getting jiggy ’til we see the morning light. The city is packed with bars, clubs, and lounges offering a sweeping list of liquor and heart-pumping jams so here were are with Top 10 Nightclubs in KL to show off your moves.
1) Zouk Kl
You can ask just about anyone where the best nightclub in Kuala Lumpur is and they will likely refer you to Zouk KL. This iconic spot next door to Trec is a top-rated club in both Singapore and Kuala Lumpur.
Set along Jalan Tun Razak, encompasses six dynamically different themed rooms (namely Aristo & Rooftop Garden, Barsonic, Main Room, Phuture, Terrace Bar and Velvet Underground), and with frequent appearances from international heavyweights such as Above & Beyond and DJ Tiesto, it’s no wonder that Zouk is still a favourite among KL-lites even after nine years of existence.
Address: 436, Jalan Tun Razak, Kelab Golf di Raja Selangor, 50400 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur
Located in the heart of Bangsar, SIX fuses an extensive bar, a concept that is home to the best of new school hip-hop, and R&B music alongside the freshest sounds from around the world.
Address: 33, Jalan Telawi 3, Bangsar Baru, 59100 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur
Hours: 7 PM to 3 AM. Opens daily
3) Havana Bar & Grill
Little Havana had long been an anchor point of the whole Changkat experience, one of the first independent bars and clubs in the city from the late ‘90s onwards. It gave the crowd good beers, a place for some live music (occasionally excellent); it was where you went pre-Laundry days for a fix of indie sounds.
International DJs sometimes spin upbeat tracks for a predominantly young crowd but their slew of retro hits every Friday and Saturday night seeks to bring the nostalgic and the wallflowers out on to the floor. Also look out for Kizomba and Salsa every Tuesday.
Address: Changkat Bukit Bintang, Bukit Bintang, 50200 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur
Looking for something under the radar? Make your way down a graffitied stairwell to get to Under9, a well-hidden house and techno club in Kuala Lumpur without the influx of mainstream clubbers. Set within Bangunan Ming Annexe along Jalan Ampang, this compact club can accommodate about 130 people at a time, with local DJs spinning alternative tracks (such as psychedelic trance, techno, and house) on Friday and Saturday nights. Entrance is RM15 all night long, making it one of the most inexpensive nightclubs in the city center.
Address: 9, Jalan Bukit Nanas, Kuala Lumpur, 55000 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur
Party it up at Gravity, which has now become one of KL’s more happening clubs to be seen at. Gravity constantly keeps the party crowd in KL going with an array of guest DJs spinning under one roof. Lights, music and drinks, the party goes on until the wee hours of the morning.
Address: Lingkaran Syed Putra, Mid Valley City, 59200 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur
This is for the chill boos to sway to acustic songs while enjoying a drink or two! Unconventional in both concept and location, Barlai promises a refreshing new bar experience in downtown KL. Inconspicuously located in a compact ground floor space among a row of mostly untouched 1920’s heritage houses, Pahit (once known as Barlai) a retro watering hole features an impressive selection of handcrafted alcoholic concoctions and some notable creations include the whiskey-based Milo Kaw and panda-infused Piña Colada.
Address: 3, Jalan Sin Chew Kee, Bukit Bintang, 50150 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur
Boasting over 25,000 square feet of space, the game-changer of a club, ZION KL, is built with the sole purpose of setting dizzying heights for the partying scene here in Malaysia. Located in the heart of Changkat, the state-of-the-art club has endeavored the most creative of ways to reinvent the clubbing scene with their one-of-a-kind atmosphere, for partygoers looking for an elevated euphoric party experience.
From Wednesday to Saturdays, clubbers can enjoy vibrant themed nights with the city’s prominent EDM and open format DJs such as H3, Lemm, Ladybird, and Tiger Ming.
8) KX Kuala Lumpur
Aiming at being a high society dance club where you dress to impress, tails and coats, with a stylish dress code, everyone can be expected to be a VIP in KL Kuala Lumpur, with a cozy capacity of 350-450, everyone is a VIP in KX. The LED lighting roof’s also one of a kind with a full LED shelter, the first of its kind in KL.. In terms of music, KX Kuala Lumpur will be featuring 14 guest DJs, comprising the best the local scene has to offer to bring you urban, R&B, hip-hop and open format music for your pleasure.
Address: KX, Jalan Sultan Ismail, 50250 Kuala Lumpur, Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur
Classified as a bar and lounge, Jiro hosts some amazing party nights with top international DJs and is an integral part of the Kuala Lumpur Nightlife. You can enjoy some exquisite panoramic views of Bangsar Village and Telawi while sipping on cocktails and listening to House, Techno, and Commercial music. As the sun goes down you can get ready to party the night away to some groovy & sexy house tracks.
Address: 61, Jalan Telawi 3, Bangsar Baru, 59100 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur
Hours: 5 PM to 3 AM. Closed on Sundays and Mondays
If you can busy and happening in one line, it would be at Pisco Bar located in the heart of Kuala Lumpur.Just down the road from rowdy Changkat is calmer-but-cooler Jalan Mesui, and tucked away on Jalan Mesui is Pisco, a Peruvian-slash-Spanish bar that not only serves great ceviche and cocktails but also has a second floor where DJs spin on Fridays and Saturdays.
Address: 29, Jalan Mesui, Bukit Bintang, 50200 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur
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They say once you go black, you ain’t going back! Once you go spicy you go crazy we say. Spice your life (and diet) by eating your way through these Indian restaurants in KL. Featuring the south and the north Indian cuisine from the city and the suburbs, we scour to bring you a delicious roundup of the best Indian eateries and curry houses in town in this article of Best Indian Restaurants in KL.
#1 Pay to your liking @ Annalakshmi
‘Eat as you wish, give us as you feel’ was the initial concept at Annalakshmi, a humble restaurant established in 1984 with an ambition to provide a variety of vegetarian dishes for the crowd without a tag price on the dishes and the freedom patrons to contribute! Many many years later, they’ve revamped the system and set prices at night and a daily lunch ALL YOU CAN EAT buffet for RM18 (RM21 Friday to Sunday).
Not too shabby given the variety of this smorgasbord makes it one of the best vegetarian outlets in KL. The popular chapattis are the best place to start but, as with all good buffets, leave space so that you can try everything. Vegetarian food without the aloo gobi and paneer? No way! With an ala-carte menu option, one can possibly get anything and everything at Annalakshmi for the best price and ghee-some meals.
Address: 116, Jalan Berhala, Brickfields, 50470 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur
Hours: 11.30 AM to 3 PM, 6.30 PM to 9 PM. Opens daily
Did you know you favorite appam was originated in Kerala? Quick fact: Kerala is a state in South India on the Malabar coast, popular for its coconut tree-lined beaches and many waterways. In terms of cuisine, the region is famed for its seafood dishes and affinity for coconut in all its permutations – coconut oil, fresh coconut, grated coconut, sliced coconut, basically nut cracks for coconut.
Like in Kerala, the dishes here see multiple use for mangoes (the state’s favourite fruit) as well as seafood — a combination that results in tangy flavours. The Allepey Meen Curry (RM30), in which fish is simmered in ground coconut paste and raw mangoes for a cheerfully zesty curry. For something similar to our home cooked fish curry try out their Meen Muppas (RM30) — spice-laden fish curry in rich coconut milk. The aromatic Coconut Pepper Chicken (RM25), works just as well in its mushroom version, the Koon Pepper Fry (RM22).For more info on their menu, check out Karya’s official or facebook page.
Address:46, Jalan Tun Mohd Fuad 1, Taman Tun Dr Ismail, 60000 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur
Chapathi that would make Every Punjabi Mother Proud! Serving chapatis so fresh, it’s so good with trays full of curries for you to dive in! Best Had with Chickpea Masala (from RM3), tender chickpeas stirred in with crunchy onions and a truckload of spices. For more greens, the Aloo Gobi (cauliflowers with potato, from RM4) is another praised creation.
Address: No. 11, Jalan Tun H S Lee, 50000, Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan, Malaysia, 50000 Kuala Lumpur
The long queues worth waiting for 45 mins before you are standing in front of the glorious fish head curry and meals for only RM 3 (Curry, Rice, Chicken, Vege). Using spices and ingredients necessary for a good curry base, the South Indian cooking style is obvious when savoring Anuar’s fish head curry.
Fishes Served: mackerel and red snapper (RM20 – RM80)
Address: Bangsar At the corner of Lorong Ara Kiri 3, Lucky Garden, Bangsar, Kuala Lumpur
#5 South Indian Feast @ Anjappar Authentic Chettinad Restaurants
While banana leaf rice is pretty similar to this, Chettinad cuisine uses heavy use of spice, making it one of the most aromatic, SPICY, hearty dishes from India. and if you looking into trying everything without literally doing it, Anjappar’s Chettinad Restaurant’s Briyani will sum it up for ya!
Must Try: Anjappar’s Chettinad chicken masala, chunks of tender bone-in chicken bathed in a gorgeous brick red sauce fragrant with cinnamon, cloves, cumin, and especially black pepper, certainly lives up to the billing, leaving lips a tingle and tongue on fire.
Address: 136, Jalan Tun Sambanthan, Brickfields, 50470 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur
Google Best briyani in Kuala Lumpur, and this will pop out with scrutinizing observations. Hyderabad briyani consists of layering the rice with marinated meat to create a sumptuous dish of beautiful fragrant long fluffy grains with tender meat. And the meat will be mixed with ginger garlic paste, salt, turmeric, red chillies, whole spices like cinnamon sticks and cardamom, fried onions, yoghurt curd, lemon juice, chopped herbs like mint, coriander and green chillies, and peanut oil. What exactly are you waiting for?
Address: 101, Jalan Putra, pwtc, 50350 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur
Hogging knowing it’s MSG Free yet utterly delicious vegetarian Banana Leaf Rice, The Ganga Cafe some of the most delicious array of healthy Indian dishes. Spices are everything here as it’s heavily found in their choices of dhal, jeera rice, briyani rice, chapatti, masala, and even their juices.
Must Eat: Stuff Fried Chilli, Vada Pav,Chana Bathura (Highly Recommended)
Address: 19, Lorong Kurau, Taman Bukit Pantai, 59100 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur Hours: 8 AM to 10 PM. Opens Daily Phone: 03-2284 2119
#8 24/7 @ Tengga Briyani
If you haven’t seen this video, you truly haven’t lived to the fullest! Prepare your taste buds for the best Coconut Briyani in town. Malaysia’s first came about when the Owner of the restaurant brought this 50 years old of a family recipe to the open and now we are considering to move past bamboo briyani to call this our new favorite!
Address: 1, Jalan Cempaka SD 12/1, Bandar Sri Damansara, 52200 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur
60 years later and they’re unbeatable and instilled in the hearts of North Indian Food Lovers! Made with such authenticity you would receive from the streets of Mumbai, Jai Hind delivers mind-boggling mock meats tasting just real meat you wouldn’t even realize to decadently cooked vegetables on one end to mutton bones piled high in dark gravy on the other. The palak paneer, a staple at any North Indian restaurant in KL, is the best you’ll eat in the city.
What to order: Palak Paneer, Baigan Bartha (eggplant goodness), GULAB JAMUN (MUST)
Address: 13, Jalan Melayu, City Centre, 50100 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur
Claypot Chicken Rice? Yes Please. Claypot Curry Rice? Well, today’s a great day to try something new and this new will set your taste buds on fire and delight! Using their signature herbs and spices, each clay pot is prepared from scratch and mixed with rice, meat of your liking on high heat to get a power packed flavor at each bite. Locals are all over this so be sure to get there early as 10 am!!!
Must try: Chicken Briyani (RM 8), Mutton Briyani (RM 12), Fried Chicken (RM 5 ) , Monitor Lizard Briyani ( Taste just like chicken hehee)
Address: Jalan Loke Yew, Pudu, 55200 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur
We love to eat. After a long night out drinking, partying or sadly, working in Kuala Lumpur, sometimes, the only way to make everything feel better is to treat yourself with some serious grub and we’re working towards making you smile. Literally 🙂 Picking the best from many right here on Top 9 Supper Spot In KL
1. Cheese Naan @ Steven’s Corner
Nothing can go wrong with Steven’s Corner especially during late at night! Making the most sensational Cheese Naan (RM6.50) for god knows how long, one’s eyes will drool at the stringy mozzarella cheese in unsparing portions. The dish comes with a default light green dhal, a tasty but mild mung bean-based gravy that helps offset the rich, cheesy flavors.
*Halal* Address: Jalan Kelang Lama, 18 & 18A, Jalan Hujan Rahmat Dua, Taman Perindustrian Oug, 58200 Kuala Lumpur, Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur Hours: 24 hours Phone: 03-7788 8888
2. Ngau Kee Beef Noodles
This taste better and better with every bite! Located at the mabuk destination in KL, Changkat, this street food made with such dedication from an old uncle results in a bowl of Beef Noodle (RM10) encompassing a healthy portion of springy egg noodles, topped with a dark, delicious minced beef sauce. Served on the side, beef balls and tasty, tender sliced beef swim in a clear but deeply flavored broth. Looking for something to sober you up? Look no further.
Address: 23, Tengkat Tong Shin, Bukit Bintang, 50200 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur
Hours: 4 AM to 3 AM.Closed on Tuesday
3. Steamboat @ Hong Kong Hot Pot
101 tips: You need your gang for this! The average price per person: RM25 to RM35
Late at night and wanting to get a hot bowl of comforting soup decorated with your favorite fish balls and sort? Steamboat is the way to go! Hong Kong Hot Pot Restaurant takes the selection of soup very seriously, such as “Sakura Pork Bone Soup”, “Imported HK Century Egg & Coriander” and “Szechuan Spicy” (FAVORITE) to name a few.
Must have: Hong Kong Fried Fish Skin (Beest had with a dip in their Chilli Sauce & Taiwanese Black Bean Sauce)
Address: no 39 lot 10-a level 2 Telawi square, 3, Jalan Telawi, Bangsar Baru, 59100 Kuala Lumpur, Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur
It’s something to have dim sum in the morning. It’s a whole other lip-smacking thing to have it at 3 am in the morning. Selections are extensive, spanning Braised Chicken Feet to Pumpkin Dumplings, though we’ll advise you save your stomach for the better executed fried goods. Not only it’s 24 hours, dimsums here cost RM3 flat rate, you know WAZZGOOD!
Must have: Fried Carrot Cake
Address: Jalan Klang Lama, Taman Shanghai, 58100 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur
Lok Lok comes in many forms to be dipped in many types of soup base. But the one thing with lok lok is that you can’t just stop at 1 and Fat One Boy helps you get fat with their options and prices! Just to put it out there: pork, fish balls, kangkong, cuttlefish, oyster mushrooms, quail eggs, a variety of stuffed tofu, cockles, pork and chicken slices, fried bean curds and wantan. Prices ranging from M1.50 to RM4.
Must have: Free-Flow of Ice-Cream
Address: 22 & 23, Jalan PJS 8/17, Bandar Sunway, 46150 Petaling Jaya, Selangor Hours: 4.30 PM to 12 AM. Opens daily. Phone: 03-5612 2162
Bumbung Nasi Lemak Seapark at Maybank is indeed one of a supper place to hunt for when it comes to best nasi lemak in PJ. A usual haunt of the locals due to its fragrant Nasi Lemak served with fried chicken and sunny side up egg. Though it doesn’t go down as the best nasi lemak in town, it certainly does serve you during the times you need that sambal for the long morning ahead.
Must-Have: Fried Chicken with Maggi for the Maggi lovers.
Address: Jalan 21/11b, Sea Park, 46300 Petaling Jaya, Selangor
Located in one of the oldest apartment buildings in Masjid India (accessible via the pedestrian bridge opposite Ming Annexe), this gritty 24-hour restaurant formerly known as Al Amnah is famed for their roti sardin and perfectly foamed teh tarik. However, what draws the crowds (all seated on plastic stools at rickety plastic folding tables) is the rotibanjir special, roti canai drenched in dhal, sambal and fish curry and topped with two wobbly half-boiled eggs – a true masterpiece.
Address: Kuala Lumpur City Centre, 50100 Kuala Lumpur, Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur
Hours: 24 Hours
8. Cheap Middle Eastern @ Oregi Restaurant
Located at the hood of SS15, here’s a spot for late night eats with a side of shisha. Oregi’s menu meshes Middle Eastern classics with a handful of Western plates. If the night calls for something hearty, order their Lamb Kabsa Rice (RM17.90) and mop up delicious Arabic-spiced, braised lamb chunks with long grain basmati rice. Otherwise, get the Araes (RM10.90) for sharing. Resembling crispy quesadillas, the charcoal-toasted Arabic bread stuffed with minced lamb kebab meat is cut into triangles for easy snacking.
Address: 53, Jalan SS 15/4b, Ss 15, 47500 Subang Jaya, Selangor
RM 4 FOR A BURGER IN KUALA LUMPUR??? Erm Yes Please! Deep Fried Chicken Thigh, lightly doused with their in-house cheese sauce, some chili sauce and a dab of mayo for good measure. That’s how straightforward it gets and with just a right amount of sauce, each bite gets better and juicier and something you need to get before its too late.
Address: Jalan PJS 8/14, Bandar Sunway, 46150 Petaling Jaya, Selangor
Hours: 7 PM to 3 AM. Opens daily.
Phone: +6017 200 1814
It’s no secret that KL is one of the most advanced city in the whole Malaysia. With that said, expensive malls and fancy restaurants are everywhere. People in KL are living that atas life, or at least trying to. Nevertheless, we human have a huge demand on food, and we’re very particular about that. So which restaurants in KL stood out among all? Have no idea where to celebrate your special day? Look no further than this “Top 10 Upscale Dining in KL” list.
Top 10 Upscale Dining in KL for That Atas Life:
Let’s be honest, Japanese food or restaurants could be found everywhere. Most of them are a disappointment despite the great reviews on Google. If you’re looking for a finer experience that won’t let you down, Oribe it is. Known to be one of the finest sushi restaurants in KL, Oribe keeps it menu simple. With that said, only 5 sets of menu are available for lunch and dinner, and omakase. Chefs in Oribe prepare your meal fresh, we recommend to get a counter sitting for the best experience. Though price at Oribe is high, the quality and service given are worth every penny.
Address: Block C-1, Vipod Residences, No 6, Jalan Kia Peng, Kuala Lumpur, 50450 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur
Operating Hour: 12 p.m.-3 p.m., 6 p.m.-11 p.m. (Closed on Sundays)
#2 Marini’s On 57
When it comes to upscale dining in KL, most people would first thought of Marini’s on 57. The highest restaurant and rooftop bar in Malaysia. This Italian ristorante features a glass roof and floor-to-ceiling windows with casual, modern furnishing. Overlooking the majestic Petronas Twin Tower, the award-winning restaurants are always packed, especially with love doves. Offering decadent Italian cuisine with an extensive wine list, every plate is carefully crafted before serving. Using top notch imported ingredients, Marini’s will definitely maximize your dining experience. This is a pork-free restaurant.*
Address: Level 57, Menara 3 Petronas, Persiaran KLCC, 50088 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur.
Operating Hour: For different section’s business hour https://marinis57.com/contact-us/
#3 Dining in The Dark
One of the quirkiest upscale dining in KL, Dining in The Dark offers one-of-a kind experience. As the name suggests, it’s a restaurant in total darkness. In here, you rely on your other senses. You’ll be guided by waiters who are actually blind. Dining in the Dark has another purpose— to portray the struggle of being blind. The menu tells you nothing but the number of mains, appetizers and desserts. The rest remains a mystery where everything depends on your senses, especially tastebuds. Their menu changes every 3 months to keep things interesting. So if you’re tired of the usual dining experience, Dining in The Dark will boost things up. This is a pork-free and alcoholic restaurant.*
Address: 50A, Changkat Bukit Bintang, Bukit Bintang, 50200 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur.
Operating Hour: 6 p.m.-9:30 p.m.
Barat literally means “West” in Malay. Unlike the name, Barat is an upscale dining in KL that revolves heavily around vegetarian cuisines. It’s an odd in the culinary world to find combination of fine and vegetarian. Also, the palates in Barat has a touch of Mediterranean to further elevate your senses. Unlike other fine dining places, Barat plays around with different areas of ingredients and style to find balance and bring the best to you. Their chefs pour passion into every detail to create exquisite dishes. This is a pork-free restaurant.*
Address: 19, Lorong Kurau, Taman Bukit Pantai, 59100 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur.
Operating Hour: 11 a.m.-3 p.m., 6 p.m.-11 p.m. (Closed on Tuesdays)
#5 Lai Po Heen
If you think dim sum spots are only limited to local coffee shops, think again. True, local dim sum spots have the local nostalgia touch. But at times they can be too noisy. At Tai Po Heen, you get to enjoy dim sum like royals. Inspired by the great ancestral homes of 19th Century Chinese tycoons, Lai Po Heen is truly stunning with its gold and white tones. Their dim sum are not only delicious, but also aesthetically pleasant. So what’s good here? Try out their Peking Duck and durian pancake, both are highly raved about. This is a pork-free restaurant.*
Address: Mandarin Oriental Kuala Lumpur
Lunch: (Mon-Fri) 12 p.m.-2:30 p.m., (Sat&Sun) 10:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m.
Dinner: 7 p.m.-10:30 p.m.
#6 Fuego at Troika Sky Dining
One of the three restaurants in Troika Sky Dining, Fuego is perhaps the most visited one. Fuego means “fire” in Spanish and many raved about it. Even for food critics approve this place. Serving Latin-American cuisine, Fuego’s Salmon Roe Guacamole is definitely not to miss. They love and respect their guacamole so much Fuego hired a team to make them all day long. Besides their tantalizing food, Fuego serves kickass cocktails as well, mixing a few possible combination. No doubt Fuego is truly lit in the KL city. This is a pork-free restaurant.*
Address: Level 23A, Tower B The Troik, 19, Persiaran KLCC, Kuala Lumpur, 50450 Kuala Lumpur.
Operating Hour: 6 p.m.-10:30 p.m. (Daily)
#7 Enfin by James Won
Enfin, a modern french dining restaurant is another brainchild of Chef James Won. A rising star in the culinary industry in Malaysia, James Won pours his passion and knowledge into Enfin. Emphasizing on farm-to-table efforts, most of the meat are sourced from his own farm. Breads are made from scratch in Enfin, relying on natural yeast and French-milled flour. Dining at Enfin is fun and adventurous, their truffle ice cream and squid ink macaroons will leave you bewildered.
Address: Menara Hap Seng, Lot 2-05, level, 2.01, Jalan P Ramlee, Kuala Lumpur, 50250 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur.
Operating Hour: 11 a,n,-2 a.m. (Closed on Sundays)
#8 Da On Fine Korean Cuisine
Unlike other Korean dining place that has little to no privacy and crowded, Da On Fine Korean Cuisine focuses on quality. Set in Pavilion, Da On serves authentic traditional Korean cuisines using the finest ingredients. All their ingredients are sourced from Korea to deliver its authenticity. With contemporary decor and attentive service, your meal here will not disappoint. Try out their Sam Gye Tang, Bul Gogi and Galbi Tang, simply irresistible. Korean fine dining is great if you’re looking for atas meal with a twist. This is a pork-free restaurant.*
Address: 6.40.00, 168, Jalan Bukit Bintang, Bukit Bintang, 55100 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur.
Operating Hour: 11 a.m.-10 p.m. (Daily)
Probably one of the most expensive upscale dining in Kl, Nobu is a well-known establishment and could be found in other 22 countries. With that said, price of an Omakase could cost up to RM1600. Expect gastronomical experience using the finest ingredients. Under the hands of One-Michelin starred chef, every palate stimulates and maximizes your dining experience. Caviar, blue-fin tuna belly and gold leaf are just a few of the ingredients used by Nobu to create the perfect plate. If you have important guests or want an intimate dining, Nobu is your perfect choice. This is a pork-free restaurant.*
A contemporary upscale dining in KL, Cafe Cafe is one of the most beautiful French restaurants in the city. Couples would flock the place for their important dates, others come for their authenticity in French cuisine. Cafe Cafe evokes a 19th century Parisian chic, with panel wall and humongous chandelier hanging down from the ceiling. On to the food, the Wagyu Beef melts in your mouth like chocolates. The appetizers are on point, after all, what other way could it be to start French meals? This is a pork-free restaurant.*
Address: 175, Jalan Maharajalela, Kampung Attap, 50460 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur.
Operating Hour:6 p.m.-12 a.m. (Daily)
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Think of Brickfields and follow this list for a hassle-free initiative to decide’ Where to eat’ at our favorite ‘Little India’, a neighbourhood decked out in colorful lights and busy offices, a banana leaf rice eatery flourishes alongside a family restaurant for steamed rice and a roadside stall for frosty ice kacang. From Briyani to Banana leaf rice and pork noodles, we’ve got you covered in our Top 10 Must Eat Food In Brickfields
1) Indian Economy Rice @ Lawanya Food Corner
What’s good: Authentic and home-cooked breakfast and lunch under RM5. Visiting for breakfast means there will be hot thosai on the hot stove with an ample of choices including mee goreng, fried eggs, and gravies done right ‘Malaysian Style’.
VEGETARIANS will be spoilt for choice with 20 varieties of classic Indian vegetable dishes at Lawanya Food Corner on Lorong Scott in Brickfields, Kuala Lumpur. Situated in Lorong Scott against a bright green wall ( located nearby the Hanuman Temple), the humble stall has been the cornerstone for hearty and home-cooked Indian food. Name at all anything you’d wanna have, it would be on the table!
Address: 1077/ 50470, 8, Jalan Scott, Brickfields, 50470 Kuala Lumpur, Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur
South and North Indian cuisine is Chat Masala’s specialties here and trusts me when I say that you wouldn’t realize it’s purely vegetarian food unless mentioned. Served with an aim to deliver, Chat Masala here takes it up a notch with their quality meals.
Paneer Butter Masala, Collieflower Gopi 65, Gopi Manchurian, Chicken Manchurian, Chilli Chicken, Mutton Varuval and Chicken Masala are some of Chat Masala’s must orders! Be sure to not leave the place without trying their sweet payasam that comes without asking!
Oh and when you get this stuffed dough knowns as pani puri, you either dip it in masala or just ‘pour’ the masala water into the Puri’s using a spoon and all you need to do is shove it all into your mouth where it explodes into a crispy-spicy treat!
Address: 259, Jalan Tun Sambanthan, Brickfields, 50470 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur Hours: 7.30 AM to 11 PM. Opens Daily Phone: 03-2260 3244
You search high and low, through thick and thin for something aromatic, nice, slightly peppery and covered with a twist of spice. The perfect meal to fit these requirements? Nasi Briyani, of course and the Thalappakatti Biriyani roots can be traced all the way back to 1957. Serving authentic briyani just like the ones served in India, this is one is a must!
Must try alongside the biryani: Kuthu Parotha. If you don’t know what it is, order it and thank us later!
Address: 130, Jalan Tun Sambanthan, Brickfields, 50470 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur
Hours: 11.30 AM to 11.30 PM. Opens Daily Phone: 03-2272 1500
4) Chettinad dishes @ ANJAPPAR Indian Chettinad Restaurant
Chettinad cuisine is known for heavy use of spices, making it one of the most aromatic in India. They say they’ve got some of the town’s Best Briyani! Chettinad cuisine is among India’s spiciest, and Anjappar’s Chettinad chicken masala, chunks of tender bone-in chicken bathed in a gorgeous brick red sauce fragrant with cinnamon, cloves, cumin, and especially black pepper, certainly lives up to the billing, leaving lips a tingle and tongue on fire.
Address: 136, Jalan Tun Sambanthan, Brickfields, 50470 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur
If you have arrived in Klang by KTM and find yourself hungry for a banana leaf meal, head to Yap Kee Coffeeshop.
Such coffee shops are usually associated with uncles sitting on a roundtable gossiping more than ladies do it while slurping on some Wan Tan Mee or some noodle for a kickstarting day! Ever wondered if any Chinese uncle and an Indian uncle back in 1923 sat down one day and came up with an idea to put 1+1 and serve the best economical Indian banana leaf rice in a Chinese Shop that serves your favorite ‘Teng Lang TehJua’. Right Here Peeps!
What to try: you’ll get a choice of chicken or mutton curry and the platter will include fresh slices of cucumbers (not Raita ya, just fresh sliced Cucumbers) and another ‘vege-of-the-day’ (if you’re lucky, Kubis will be served. You’re lucky ) and if you have some extra room, try their crunchy and moist Fried Chicken that is seasoned with their secret spice mix.
Address: 26, Jalan Besar, Kawasan 1, 41000 Klang, Selang
Hours: 10.30 AM to 4.30 PM. Opens Daily
6) Pisang Goreng @ Brickfields
Thought we’d rather opt for waffles or crepe drizzled with honey and bananas, no Malaysians would not turn their head at the mention of Pisang Goreng (Banana Fritters). This uncle here has been doing it right for the past 33 years and has been abundantly gifted with Pisang Goreng lovers worldwide.
Most pisang goreng varieties are rich in oil and batter, but when you sink your teeth into these golden brown ones, the caramelized banana remains the main attraction. Uncle Chiam’s following has grown extensively with his authentic flavor that his stall actually has a Google Map pin drop entitled “Brickfields Pisang Goreng”.
No more talking. Just actions! Tips: Queue is always there. Pay for your choices, go shop and collect them back!
Address: 21,, 19, Jalan Thambipillay, Brickfields, 50470 Kuala Lumpur, Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur
7) Local’s Favorite Hawker food @ Sin Kee Restaurant
Within the radar and hungry for some comforting ‘Not so spicy’ meals between noon to2.15pm? This Shophouse transforms into a bustling daytime dive serving their signature dish: Sin Kee Steam Rice (RM10). Lift that overturned bowl to reveal a bed of sauce-smothered rice splendidly topped with pork, seafood, sausages, egg, and greens — the poster child of comfort food.
T. Apart from the foolproof favorite, the stalwart restaurant also cooks up a ravishing Hainanese Chicken Chop (RM14) loyal to its name, doused in a tasty gravy alongside peas, fried potatoes, and onions.
Must Try: the Nam Yu Ribs (RM23), Butter Cream Chicken (RM25) or the market-fresh Sweet & Sour Fried Garoupa (seasonal).
Address: 194, Jalan Tun Sambanthan, Brickfields, 50470 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur
No articles on Brickfields s gonna without spotting a few briyani serving gems and for RM 8 and a minus of queue, you’ll get Chicken briyani, an egg, and iced sirap- not too shabby we’d reckon. Look out for this warung tucked between a dingy bar and a budget hotel. Seats are limited so bringing your own Tupperware to pack your food is a good idea. There’s also sup kambing, mixed rice, and other options. Complete your lunch with cut fruits from the stall operating next to Sami’s.
Address: Lorong Jalan Tun Sambanthan Kuala Lumpur 50470
Opening hours: Daily, 24 hours
9) North Indian Heaven @ Jai Hind Restaurant
Eh, so Indians means only people who speak Tamil and dance like the Kabhi Kushi Khabi Gham Like that? Very wrong my friend! While The majority of Indians in Malaysia are Tamils, and they speak Tamil Other Indian languages in Malaysia are Telugu, Malayalam, Hindi, Punjabi and Gujarati and once you’ve tried Our GUJARATI STYLE DISHES, YOU AIN’T GOING BACK!
Located at the tube down Masjid Jamek. further along OCBC Bank, Jai hind is Klang’s big-time favorite serving the City’s best mind-boggling mock meats and decadently cooked vegetables on one end to mutton bones piled high in dark gravy on the other. The palak paneer, a staple at any North Indian restaurant in KL, is the best you’ll eat in the city. The house-made buffalo milk paneer cubes are juicy and firm, bathed in a rich, forest-green gravy of puréed spinach. Needless to say more, best visited earlier as possible because they run out, too quickly!
Must try: Gulab Jamun!
Address: 13, Jalan Melayu, City Centre, 50100 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur
Wihout ending the article with some comforting bowl of soup , this hidden gem in Money’s Corner hawker center is the result of a 37-year-old web of networks between Peter Tay since he moved from Taiping to KL in 1978 to fry char kuey teow. The delicious broth in their beef noodles is an old secret recipe, and it still tastes of savory warmth and nostalgia.
The soupy noodles come with fragrant ground pork, tender springy pork balls, and some juicy vegetables. A small bowl here will run you about RM6, while the large bowls cost RM 6.50. For an additional RM0.50, they will even drop in a silky poached egg.
Looking for famous Puchong food this 2018? You have come to the right place on the internet. In today’s blog, KL Foodie wants to share with you the top 20 best food in Puchong the locals love to eat at. Fun fact: traffic jam and food – these two things are often associated with Puchong. Let’s ignore the jam and focus on the food! Shall we? I’m sure you’ll say YES.
20 Puchong Food You Have To Try Once In Your Lifetime
Puchong is known for delicious food such as Yong Tau Fu, Bak Kut Teh, Claypot Chicken Rice and many more. It can be a heaven for foodies as it has lots of delicious food to offer. Our editors have crawled the town and curated the best food list you can bring your friends or family to feast at!
Is your tummy ready? Let’s go to see some of the famous food in Puchong now!
1. Puchong Yong Tau Fu @ Batu 14
The very first Puchong food you should try is Puchong Yong Tau Fu @ Batu 14. It’s arguably one of the most famous Chinese stalls in Puchong. What set this shop famous is they cook it on the spot! Choose all your favourite ingredients such as eggplant, tofu, bitter gourds and deep fried or cooked in soup.
Friendly reminder: This yong tau fu shop is always crowded with customers especially during peak hours like lunch and dinner time.
Operating Hours: 11.00AM – 9.30PM
Address: 105, Jalan Kampung Baru, Taman Sri Puchong Batu 14, 47100 Puchong, Selangor
2. Foo Hing Dim Sum
Amidst the throng of dim sum joints dotting Puchong, it is Foo Hing that wins the favour of most. Their Macau style Portuguese egg tarts is something to die for. Ordering here is easy, take your pick from a menu of made-to-order morsels for classic dishes like siew mai, har gao and fried fish ball.
If you have only one day in Puchong, go to Fong Hin for your breakfast! You’ll definitely love it.
Operating Hours: 7:00AM – 3:00PM
Address: No. 31,33,35-G, 1st Flr, Jalan Puteri 2/6, Bandar Puteri, 47100 Puchong, Selangor
Next up on our must-try Puchong food is Warung Cikgu. Started its business in 2015, Warung Cikgu is loved by the local and widely recommended to people visiting Puchong as well. The best-sellers here are Nasi Mmanggey, Coconut Shake and Air Kelapa Baldi. So, don’t leave without ordering them.
Operating Hours: 8:00AM – 10:00PM
Address: 1, Jalan BP 6/7, Bandar Bukit Puchong
4. Restoran Shi Yue Tian
This place is the heaven for clay pot chicken rice lovers! For those living in Puchong, Restoran Shi Yue Tian would be a restaurant that most people would have visited. This restaurant has been around for ages and they specialise in Claypot Chicken Rice.
Operating Hours: 11:00AM – 10:00PM
Address: 29-01, Jalan Kenari 19A, Bandar Puchong Jaya, 47100, Puchong, Selangor, 47100
5. Restoran Tuan Faridah
Restoran Tuan Faridah is famous for their Ayam Kampung dan Masakan Pantai Timur menu.
Operating Hours: 10:00AM – 4:00PM
Address: No. 61, Jalan BP 6/7, Bandar Bukit Puchong, 47100 Puchong, Selangor
Chef K deserves your attention if you’re a curry noodle lover!
Operating Hours: 8:00AM – 7:00PM (closed on Sunday)
Address: Jalan BP 2/7, Bandar Bukit Puchong, 47100 Puchong, Selangor
7. Kanna Curry House
As a banana leaf fanboy myself, Kanan Curry House is definitely a must-visit restaurant if you’re in Puchong. With over three decades of experience in serving banana leaf rice, Kanna Curry House pride themselves serving one of the finest banana leaf rice in Klang Valley. Go and try it and tell us your thought.
Operating Hours: 6.30AM – 10.00PM
Address: 21, Jalan Kenari 17d, Bandar Puchong Jaya, 47100 Puchong, Selangor
8. KP Tong Hong Restaurant
Next up, we have KP Tong Hong Restaurant in our Puchong food hunt list. What to expect here?
One of their signature dishes is the Park Far Chicken. It’s the deboned chicken that has been stuffed with fish paste at the bottom and deep fried. Then, it will be served together with sweet Thai chilli sauce.
What we love about it is the chicken’s skin was really crunchy and the dish was really beyond awesome!
Operating Hours: 12:00PM – 10:15PM (closed on Thursday)
Address: No. 40, Jalan BP 6/13, Bandar Bukit Puchong, 47120 Puchong, Selangor
9. Wai Kei Wantan Mee
Let the picture speaks for itself!
Look at the amusing char siew topped on this dish! This wantan mee stall is one of the most popular eateries in Puchong. If you want to taste one of the finest char siew sold in Puchong in the morning, we highly recommend you this stall. (Thank us later)
Operating Hours: 6.00AM – 2.30PM, Closed on Thursday
Address: Restoran Fatt Kee Puchong, 45G, Jalan Bandar 1, Pusat Bandar Puchong, 47100 Puchong
10. Yap Chuan Bak Kut Teh
Yap Chuan Bak Kut Teh in Puchong has grown to be very well known amongst bak kut teh lovers. As the cook claims, his infamous bak kut teh has no secrets – the process literally just involves cooking all ingredients under a quickfire. The ‘signature’ components of the Signature dry bak kut teh here lie in the okra, squid and dried chilis.
Operating Hours: 8:30AM – 9:00PM
Address: Puchong Batu 14, 53, Jalan Bpu 2, Bandar Puchong Utama, 47100 Puchong, Selangor
11. Ocean Seafood
Located in Bandar Puteri Puchong, Ocean Seafood Restaurant is definitely a seafood paradise. Well-known among seafood lovers seeking for an affordable seafood feast, it is also known for their creative and versatile ways of handling all sorts of seafood.
Their signature dish is the mud crab no doubt, whether you like it steamed or stir-fry, the freshness of their crabs will leave you coming back for more!
Operating Hours: 11:00AM – 10:30PM
Address: 21, Jalan Puteri 2/3, Bandar Puteri, 47100 Puchong, Selangor
Kopitiam Kaki Bukit is not your ordinary neighboorhood kopitiam in Puchong.
The menu is kept to a minimum, making it an easy feat for hikers and early birds to conquer. First-timers will want to try the simple Nasi Lemak that turns out extremely fragrant rice with a fat dollop of spicy sambal.
Operating Hours: 7:30AM – 5:00PM
Address: 41, Jalan Wawasan 1/5, Pusat Bandar Puchong, 47100 Puchong, Selangor
13. Kok Siong Nasi Kandar
Another famous Puchong food you should try is Kok Siong’s Nasi Kandar.
Believe it or not, Kok Siong Nasi Kandar offers mouth-watering flavours which are familiar enough to merit comparisons to some nasi kandar in Penang.
Operating Hours: 10:00AM – 6:00PM
Address: 47, Jalan Bandar 16, Pusat Bandar Puchong, 47100 Puchong, Selangor
14. Restoran Soon Lok
Soon Lok’s roast duck proves that this popular restaurant is no quack; its meat is fleshy and flavorful made it one of the best of the best duck rice restaurants in Puchong.
Operating Hours: 9AM – 9PM
Address: 77, Jalan Kenari 20, Bandar Puchong Jaya, 47100 Puchong, Selangor
15. Crab B Restaurant
If you crave for delicious seafood especially fresh crabs, head on over to Crab B Restaurant at Bandar Puchong Jaya. Please don’t wait!
Operating Hours: 11AM – 11PM
Address: 39-1, Jalan Kenari 19a, Bandar Puchong Jaya, 47100 Puchong
16. Yuan Garden Dim Sum
Yuen Garden Dim Sum at Bandar Puchong Jaya is one of our favourite dim sum shops as it offers delicious dim sum at a very reasonable price. According to the locals, the porridge is delicious too.
Operating Hours: 6.30AM – 10PM
Address: 1, Jalan Kenari 18, Bandar Puchong Jaya, 47300 Puchong
17. Bumbu Bali, Puchong
Bumbu Bali is a contemporary Bali restaurant that served distinctive Balinese flavours. Go and experience awesome food such as siap mee goreng, kambing bumbu, Balinese pasta and many more!
Operating Hours: 11:00AM – 11:00PM
Address: Lot 18 & 18-1, Jalan Persiaran Puteri 1, Bandar Puteri, Puchong
18. Medan Selera MPSJ
Operating Hours: 8:00AM – 12:00AM
Address: Persiaran Puchong Perdana, Taman Puchong Indah, 47100 Puchong, Selangor
19. Ticket to Korea
Ticket To Korea is operated by a lovely Korean couple hail all the way from Korea. So if you’re looking for authentic Korean food near Puchong, you can go to Ticket to Korea.
Operating Hours: 5PM – 11PM (Closed on Tuesday)
Address: C-8-1, Block C, Setiawalk, Persiaran Wawasan, Jalan Wawasan 1/1, Taman Wawasan, 47160 Puchong, Selangor
20. Restoran Patin Place
Operating Hours: 10:30AM – 11:00PM
Address: 31, Jalan Bpu 5, Bandar Puchong Utama, 47100 Puchong, Selangor
We get it, there are times when every cell in your body screams dead. Your bootiful ass is just too lazy to leave the couch and you feel unproductive. Not to even mention the crazy traffic in KL that would make you stay home 24/7. Still, we humans need food to survive, good food. And then there’s food delivery, one of the greatest invention ever. Here we are introducing you Top 10 Food Delivery in KL for your lazy days, you’re welcome.
Top 10 Food Delivery in KL For Lazy Days
Technology so canggih why the hassle? Get everything done in just a few swipes with your phone. Be it website or app, your phone can do so much. Plus, these food delivery services in KL pages and apps are mobile-friendly.
Started off in Singapore and currently stationed in 8 different cities including Taiwan, Hong Kong and Malaysia. We’re lucky to have Honestbee in Kuala Lumpur. Honestbee offers one-of-a-kind services, not just food delivery, but also groceries. They offer up a wide selection of restaurants that are Honestbee-approved for your lazy food delivery days. But what if you hate the crowd in supermarkets? Or couldn’t stand the stench and smell of a wet market? Honestbee is here to ease you with tonnes of groceries option and supermarkets to choose from. Get your fresh slab of meat delivered to your doorstep from trusted markets and butcher, all in one app.
Probably one of the most talked about food delivery in KL, you’ll often see influencers and Instagrammers sharing their dahmakan food on Instagram. Their unique selling point is simple, healthy meals made fresh daily. Which is very much different from other delivery services. Though their menu is limited, it changes daily to satisfy your lunch and dinner. With no minimum order and no delivery fee, healthy meal doesn’t have to be pricey anymore. dahmakan also caters to events and companies, so hit them up if you’re interested. Did we mention about their packaging? Order one to find out. (Tip: Look out for promo codes from influencers on Instagram).
Mammam literally means “eat” in baby language. One of the food delivery in KL that offers something for everyone. Mammam cooks up a wide variation of cuisines. From Malay to Chinese, Indian and Western cuisines, you can definitely satisfy your cravings. There’s even Malaysian local dishes like Char Koay Teow and Nasi Lemak delivered to your doorstep. Or if you only want to order dishes and cook your own rice, Mammam has you covered. Sign up now and enjoy 10% off for first-time users. Have problems? Call their toll-free number for customer service. Mammam accepts cash on delivery, credit card, and online banking.
No this is not the famous Korean variety show, but rather a food delivery in KL with quirky name. RunningMan is the first online food delivery service in Malaysia with NO minimum order. Delivery fee is as low as RM1, that’s pretty much a good deal. With more than 300 restaurants offered up to you, your tummy will scream happiness. Not up for a full, heavy meal? They have partnered up with bites outlets such as City Milk, Nelson’s and more. There are HALAL food outlets, as well as desserts, perfect for an aftermeal.
Delivery Fee: Starts from RM1
Delivery Hour: 10 a.m.-10 p.m. (Daily)
Coverage: Check the Web Web: http://www.runningman.my/
Cooked stood out from its unique operating system among all the food delivery in KL. Offering healthy dishes that caters only to the lunch crowd. Get your meal delivered on the same day by placing your order before 11 a.m. You’ll get your meal delivered between 11.30am to 2pm. That means you could actually pre-book your lunch in advanced, which is very convenient. Menu is small but carefully curated to get the best flavors, which is enough for a mere lunch. Most of the staffs in Cooked are mostly Muslim, rest assured they practice strict HALAL standards. Cooked only accepts cash, but online banking can be made with orders above RM200.
Couch potatoes are no stranger in Delivereat, a trusted food delivery in KL and Penang. They’ve partnered up with numerous restaurants. Your favourite restaurants like Kyochon, Tealive, Nandos, Morganfield’s and more can be delivered to your doorstep. Feeling a little more health-conscious or is a vegetarian? Delivereat also offers health based and vegetarian cuisines outlets for you. Deliverat cares for you and your tummy’s satisfaction is their priority. Visit their webpage for more exciting offers and discounts.
Gym buddies and health junkies are no stranger to Epic Fit Meals Co., they offer delivery but also have a physical store in Damansara Perdana. Inspired by Australian health values, they offer up a huge list of healthy cuisines. Who says healthy meals are dull and bland? Ranging from Western, Asian and even Mediterranean, they look pretty awesome. Get your meal delivered free with a mere order of RM20 within 45 minutes guaranteed. If they took longer than that, you’ll get a FREE EPIC’s Gourmet ‘Flying’ pizza.
Delivery Fee: FREE with minimum order of RM20
Delivery Hour: 11 a.m.-10:30 p.m. (Daily)
Coverage: https://www.epics.com.my/delivery Web: https://www.epics.com.my/
8. The Naked Lunchbox
This is yet another healthy food delivery in KL. Healthy diet has never been this easy with The Naked Lunchbox. Worried about the ingredients used to prep your meal? No worries, the Naked Lunchbox has a wide array of menu, using the freshest ingredients. They are all sugar-free, low in sodium and no artificial sweeteners. You could also opt for vegan and dairy-free menu, which is a rare thing in Malaysia. A simple, healthy goodness all packed in a lunchbox, so easy. *NOTE: The Naked Lunchbox is taking a break, delivery will only be back in September.
Delivery Fee: YES
Delivery Hour: 12 p.m.-5 p.m. (Mon-Fri)
Coverage: Petaling Jaya, KL& Other Selected Areas in Glenmarie, Puchong and Desa Park City. Web: https://order.thenakedlunchbox.co/
9. Grabfood Malaysia
Grabfood Malaysia has been around for quite some time now, since they have Grab, why not Grabfood as well? Currently only available in KL and other two areas, Grabfood delivers food from your favourite restaurants in just a few tap. Simply download the Grabfood app and you can start ordering (You need to have the Grab app as well). There’s no minimum order and it’s a cashless system. You could also make your order from multiple restaurants, with a flat delivery fee. Plus, you get to earn GrabRewards points that could be used to redeem ride discounts and other goodies. Sounds like a great deal for food delivery in KL no?
Delivery Fee: YES (Check the App)
Delivery Hour: 9 a.m.-12 a.m. (Daily)
Coverage: KL, Petaling Jaya& Taman Tun Dr Ismail https://www.grab.com/my/food/ App: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.grab.food.pax
By now you might already be sick of the same old “restaurant food” delivery or healthy diet. You’re craving for some sinful, hearty local delights like Hokkien Mee and Char Koay Teow. PappaDelivery is Halal-certified and has vegetarian options so order at ease. Get your Kaya Toast, White Coffee, local snacks all to your doorstep with this delivery service in KL. We mean Klang Valley. The website is really simple to use, just click and pay. PappaDelivery is a cashless system.
If you are in Subang Jaya, you have to stop by SS15 for some good food and we’re here to help you to discover the best with our Best 15 Food To Eat In SS15 (2018 Edition).
By the way, there’s going to be quite a lot of chicken dishes on this list! You love chicken, right?
15 Food To Eat In SS15 (2018 Edition)
We revisited SS15 to find out what is the best food the locals love to feast at. And here you go, 15 food you can’t afford to miss. Hungry? Faster read the blog now!
1. Lamb Kabsa Rice | Oregi Restaurant
Lamb Kabsa Rice is a must when you are in Oregi Restaurant. On the plate, you’ll have braised New Zealand lamb cubes with Arabic herbs and spices with lamb broth, Arabic chilli, and fresh salad. It is served with long grain basmati rice!
With the tagline, “Best Pork Burger in Malaysia”, you know they take their burgers very seriously. What is so special about Skippy Bacon? Well, it is made with Skippy’s peanut butter! Between the buns, there are cheddar mild cheese and two strips of bacon, too. Yumz!
Unlike the others, Uncle Soon Fried Rice is a hawker stall located in Restoran Foh Foh. Watch Uncle Soon or Aunty Soon makes your Char Siew Fried Rice, complete with wok hei. The fried rice itself has a little crisp on the outside and a little mushy in the inside.
Nomms is famous for their bone-in spicy fried chicken, crispy on the outside and tender in the inside. Their spicy fried chicken is good because it is 100% fresh chicken meat, never frozen. Combine it with any side dishes and sauces to make it your favourite meal.
Gold Chili serves one of the best buttermilk chicken you’ll ever find. The lightly fried chicken is soaked into a light golden sauce. The generous sauce is creamy and tastes buttery, salty and sweet. Bone-in or boneless chicken, your call. Oh, you can ask for extra sauce too! Yay!
Chilli Pan Mee is everyone’s favourite comfort food and Super Kitchen Chilli Pan Mee is doing it right. Think of chewy noodles, well-poached eggs, perfectly fried anchovies, generous amount of minced pork and aromatic chilli flakes to bring the entire dish together. Yass!
The broth of the pork noodles is rich and bursting with flavours. It comes with a generous amount of tasty pork meat and smooth noodles. The only problem is you might have to wait for an hour for your bowl of pork noodles during peak hours because the owner makes the noodles one by one bowl.
Fried chicken, again! Unlike Nomms, Lim Fried Chicken is served in a Nasi Kandar style with spicy sambal crunchy kankung and aromatic white rice. The golden fried chicken is crunchy on the outside and juicy in the inside. By the way, it’s a huge piece of chicken!
11. Premium Good Nasi | Good Friends Restaurant & Cafe
Think of a high-end nasi lemak when it comes to Premium Nasi Lemak. It comes with pandan infused rice, poached egg, spicy homemade sambal, caramelised onion, fried groundnuts and of course, pan fried ayam berempah.
Cor Blimey’s mission is to serve the best British-style Fish & Chips that no one can forget. For a full experience, they have imported Haddock and Atlantic Cod from United Kingdom, cook it with plain batter and combine it with minted mushy peas and tartar sauce, you’ll have the best plate ever!
The beautiful mess is a mixture of prawn, fried beancurd, dough fritters, strips of cucumber and turnip drowned in a generous amount of spicy nut sauce. Cuttlefish can be added for extra charges. It is a little messy to eat and you’ll have to queue for it, but it is going to be worth it!
Soft and fluffy! Tryst Cafe is well-known for their pancakes, that can be served either sweet and savoury! You can choose a pancake that tickles your tastebud, from Butter + Honey, Nutella Chocolate, Strawberry Puree and many more! Additionally, they have toppings too! Sounds amazing!
The watermelon cake in Naj & Belle’s is an interpretation of the famous cake of the same name from Black Star Pastry in Melbourne Sydney. The sponge cake is decked with fresh slices of watermelon and lychee, tied together with whipped cream and topped with grapes, strawberries and pumpkin seeds.
First off, why the number 13? Well, sometimes you just have to go with the odds. Formerly a tin-mining and rubber-growing area, Setapak has gone through tremendous changes. Now an entertainment hub despite its size, expect a lot of hidden gems in here. If you’re a beginner at Setapak, this blog is perfect for you. Let us guide you through the Top 13 Things to Eat in Setapak, NOW.
Top 13 Things to Eat in Setapak
We crawled through the town and curated this list. We knew the eateries at Setapak well because two of our editors are actually graduated from UTAR at Setapak. To show you the best guide to eat near this town, make sure to read today’s blog!
Are you ready to feast at Setapak? Let’s go!
1. Kelate Kitchen
A new addition to the things to eat in Setapak, Kelate attracted tonnes of crowd upon opening. Their sinful volcanic teh tarik and nasi would make you drool just by looking at their pics. Kelate serves authentic nasi kukus, and some crowned it as Nasi Kukus Beratur because you really need to wait quite a bit to get your hands on it. We recommend you not to go alone as everything here is self service and the drinks section is separated from the food section. Another highlight has to be their Teh Tarik Madu Special. Vibrant-looking teh tarik served overflowing with bubbles, how could you not try it?
Address: Plaza Prima Setapak, B, 7 & 8, Jalan Prima Setapak 1, Taman Setapak, 53100 Kuala Lumpur.
Operating Hour: 10 a.m.-10 p.m. (Daily)
#2 The Alley
The Alley, a famous bubble tea joint across Southeast Asia has taken Instagram by storm recently. Well that’s because The Alley has finally landed in Kl, Setapak to be exact. We heard at least an hour queue is needed to get your hands on their drinks, ABSURD. Nevertheless, people still queue for it. Who could resist the cute packaging and irresistibly good looking bubble tea? Their bestseller is definitely their brown sugar series. Each and every pearl (deerioca) is made from scratch, as according to the brand itself. The Alley is no doubt one of the hottest things to eat in Setapak now. Tell us is it worth the hype down below!
Address: No.126-G-3A 126 Metro Genting Kelang, Jalan Genting Kelang, 53300 Setapak, Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur.
Operating Hour: 11 a.m.-1 a.m. (Daily)
#3 Hong Lai Restaurant
Locals are no stranger to Hong Lai, especially the Chinese. Having known to serve the best 月光河 (yue guong hor) in KL which means stir fried Hokkien Mee. You know Hong Lai has some serious good skills. Still uses charcoal as fuel to fry their noodle, you can smell the aroma from far. The dark, charcoal-like Hokkien Mee is incredibly mouthwatering. It packs a lot of flavors, especially wok hei thanks to the charcoal and black wok used to fry it. If you have not tried KL style Hokkien Mee, you have visit Hong Lai at least once. It’s one of the things to eat in Setapak you musn’t miss.
Address: 93,, 67, Jalan Genting Kelang, 53000 Kuala Lumpur, Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur
Operating Hour: 7 a.m.-2 a.m. (Daily)
#4 Mali’s Corner
“Boss, koay teow basah satu!” Located in Taman Bunga Raya, Mali’s Corner is loved by the neighborhood. Different from Chinese-style koay teow, Malay’s style comes in more wet, soaked in prawn gravy. Mali’s char koay teow basah has an omph to it that set others apart. Wet, creamy, filled with char-grilled flavors. Paired together with their prawns is great. Besides koay teow, Mali is famous for their nasi lemak as well. You could literally smell the fragrant of coconut rice from afar.
Address: 9, Jalan Langkawi, Taman Teratai Mewah, 53000 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur
Operating Hour: 1:30 p.m.-2 a.m. (Closed on Mondays)
#5 Wei Ji Claypot Chicken Rice
When talked about Claypot Chicken Rice, many would drool over the soy sauce glazed rice and chicken all cooked in one claypot. Indeed, claypot chicken rice is a favourite to many, and Wei Ji serves one of the best in town. Every order in Wei Ji is made fresh. We mean from cooking of the rice in the claypot, then mixing all the ingredients in including the spotlight, their sauce. Now you wait till everything cooks up over high heat, and you’re served. The flavorful, oily rice paired with their dark sauce marinated, tender chicken is heavenly. The salted fish in the rice complemented the whole thing. Pss: We did a video on that, check it out for visuals.
Address: 74, Jalan Mawar, Taman P Ramlee, 53000 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur
Operating Hour: 5 p.m.-10:30 p.m. (Daily)
#6 Di Yi Tai Taiwanese Food
A casual dining spot In Setapak, Taiwanese food are getting more attention over the years in Malaysia. Di Yi Tai holds a spot among the Chinese especially the younger generations. They love how Di Yi Tai presents homecooked-style food in an aesthetic way without breaking the bank. There’s always something about Taiwanese food that reminds people of the older, warm, harmony days. Try out their bestselling minced pork rice and desserts such as shaved ice and grass jelly.
Address: Jalan Genting Kelang, Taman Danau Kota, 53300 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur
Operating Hour: 11 a.m.-9:30 p.m. (Daily)
#7 Hayaki Kopitiam
Set in Platinum walk is Hayaki Kopitiam, don’t be fooled by its name, it’s actually a really casual cafe. Serving Kelantanese dish, Hayaki has become a favourite in many. Their prices are fairly reasonable and portion is quite generous. Our recommendation? Nasi kukus of course, it’s a popular dish in Kota Bharu. Their other rice dishes such as nasi kerabu and nasi lauk are equally good as well. Hayaki Kopitiam is yet another unique things to eat in Setapak. How often could you get Kelantanese food outside of Kelantan? Chances are pretty odd.
Address: 87-G, Jalan Langkawi, Platinum Walk, 53000 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur
Operating Hour: (Sun-Thurs) 8:30 a.m.-4:30 a.m. (Fri&Sat) 24 Hours
#8 Home Town Steamboat Restaurant
A popular steamboat restaurant in Setapak, we’re here to tell you Home Town is more than just steamboat. You know how local steamboat restaurants will have only a few choices of soup? At Home Town they have a list of soup base for you to choose from, you’ll never get bored. Interesting enough, Home Town also serve more than 300 types of delights. From ramen to Thai grilled pork and seafood platter, you’ll be amazed. Ever tried ramen cooked with oreo? Crazy right? Head over to Home Town to try it for yourself.
Address: 3, Jalan Genting Kelang, Taman Setapak, 53300 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur
Operating Hour: 5 p.m.-12 a.m. (Daily)
#9 Chong Hwa Curry Laksa
Many are no stranger to the curry noodle located in Genting Klang, it’s the Chong Hwa Curry Laksa. Don’t let the name set you back, they actually sell pretty good curry mee. Originated in Batu Caves, the daughter of the founder decided to expand its business to Setapak. For less than RM7, you get a bowl of piping hot curry mee filled with various ingredients. Cockles, fish ball, beancurd, beancurd skin and more. For those who doesn’t take blood cockles, you could opt for curry chicken. The vibrant orange-red broth is so thick and flavorful you’ll crave for more.
Address: 45, 22, Jalan Genting Kelang, 53300 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur
Operating Hour: 8 a.m.-9 p.m. (Closed on Tuesdays)
#10 Burger Kaw Kaw
Weekend calls for gathering, supper and other shenanigans. Burger, of course has to be Malaysian’s top list of supper. Burger Kaw Kaw is an atas looking roadside stall burger with bright lights, tents and ample spaces. Expect price to be on the higher side, but on hold, we’re not done yet. The portion, however is a lot bigger compared to others and they serve gourmet burgers ala-local style. Extra sauces are put on the table, you could drench your burger with as much sauce as you want. Each of their burger has a unique name and you could stack as many patties possible. Burger Kaw Kaw is one of the few things to eat in Setapak, particularly supper. it’s perfect for a chill night.
Address: Jalan 4a/27a, Wangsa Maju, 53300 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur.
Operating Hour: 6 p.m.-2 a.m. (Daily)
#11 Thai In Mookata
If you didn’t know, mookata originates from Thailand and it literally means steamboat and bbq. Sometimes you would find yourself choosing in between steamboat or bbq. At Thai in Mookata, you can get best of both world. Their menu is pretty simple, you choose either set A which is a smaller set or set B which is the larger set. From there, you could add on other ingredients from their ala carte menu. Simple, warm, it’s perfect for gathering and get your cravings fixed. See how the leftover juice and fat of your meat flows down into the soup and adds flavor to it. Thai in Mookata is one of the great things to eat in Setapak if you’re tired of local food.
Address: Desa Setapak, 53300 Kuala Lumpur, Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur.
Operating Hour: 5 p.m.-12 a.m. (Daily)
#12 Chuan Kee Bak Kut Teh
Set in Genting Klang is Chuan Kee, a bak kut teh expert selling for more than 20 years. Chuan Kee has been known to serve pretty legit Bak Kut Teh. You could definitely smell the aroma of bak kut teh soup a mile away. Their soup is rich is herbal and has a sweet aftertaste. Cooked together with various pork ingredients in a claypot, they’re generous when it comes to ingredients. You eat straight from the claypot and pair with a bowl of rice and some other optional side dishes. Chuan Kee is definitely one of the comfort things to eat in Setapak especially after a long day.
Address: 90, Jalan 2/23a, Taman Danau Kota, 53300 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur.
Operating Hour: 8:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m., 6:30 p.m.-10 p.m. (Closed on Mondays)
#13 Thai Food Home Recipe
A true hidden gem in Setapak, and we mean it. Located in a secluded landed house with zero signage, only locals of the locals will know. Their operating hours are not fixed so it all depends on your luck. There’s no menu to refer at, only a few pictures hung on the walls and you order based on that. Our highlight of has to be their Thai spaghetti, a unique combination of East and West. You get to pick a flavor from three different curries— red, green and yellow. It’s like you’re having tomyam noodles but in spaghetti form, oddly satisfying. Thai Food Home Recipe is indeed one of the unique things to eat in Setapak that you have to try out. Owh did we mention that the owner would lock the gate, preventing more customers from coming in when their food is sold out?
Address: Lot 5909, Lorong Chong Hwa 2, Batu 3 1/2, Gombak, 53000 Kuala Lumpur.
Operating Hour: 9 a.m.-4 p.m. (Closed on Sundays)
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