Known for its famed list of eateries & restaurants, the MICHELIN Guide has been a reputable directory for anyone seeking good food. From fine dining to local street food, they have featured famous spots in KL and Penang that promise exceptional cuisines for both locals and tourists alike. So if you’re an avid follower of the guide, we’re happy to inform you that the MICHELIN Guide 2023 has just recently announced its latest additions that are based in KL & here’s the scoop!
MICHELIN Guide 2023 Announces 3 NEW Additions Into The MICHELIN Selected List
The MICHELIN Guide Kuala Lumpur & Penang is excited to announce the launch of its first round of live updates for 2023. These updates will feature new additions to the Guide that have been discovered by its anonymous inspectors. The live updates are a new way for the Guide to highlight the amazing dynamism of Malaysia’s food scene and to support new restaurants regularly.
The MICHELIN Guide 2023 is committed to highlighting the best recommendations, and the live updates are a way to keep up with Malaysia’s culinary scene. In this dynamic digital age, the MICHELIN Guide has followed a new approach to its revelation of the selection, by releasing some of its new additions to the Guide ahead of the annual revelation.
The updates will feature a wide variety of restaurants featuring cuisines that encompass traditional Malaysian food to international fare. This is a great opportunity to highlight these eateries for diners to discover new restaurants.
Here are the establishments featured in the first round of live updates for the MICHELIN Guide Kuala Lumpur:
1. Hor Poh Cuisine
This simple shop has been selling authentic Hakkanese food in an unremarkable neighbourhood for over 20 years. The must-try Hor Poh lui cha is a sheeny green soup served with steamed rice. Made with ground sesame seeds, peanuts, and mint leaves, the soup is nutty and aromatic. The Hor Poh dumpling with dried tofu, garlic, and pickles enrobed in a thin skin is also popular. With a range of tasty offerings at bargain prices, this place is always busy.
Address: 36, Jalan 6/38d, Taman Sri Sinar, 52100 Segambut, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur
Operating Hours: 11:00AM – 2:45PM; 5:00PM – 8:45PM (Closed on Tuesday)
2. Jalan Ipoh Claypot Chicken Rice
This humble shop has been selling chicken rice cooked to order over charcoal in claypots for over 30 years. The dish comes with Cantonese pork sausage and ginger and has a crispy crust at the bottom. You can add salted fish, which imparts extra aroma.
Address: Lot 1224, 7, Jalan Batu Ambar, Taman Kok Lian, 51200 Kuala Lumpur, Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur
Operating Hours: 10:00AM – 5:30PM (Closed on Wednesdays)
3. Roti by d’Tandoor
A North Indian restaurant brand that was founded in Malaysia in 1990. It has since expanded to other countries around the world. Located in a residential area, they offer a hearty range of fine Indian cuisine, featuring a consummate blend of herbs and spices. Highlights include well-seasoned butter chicken masala and soft, chewy naan bread, while Kulfi ice-cream — available in a variety of flavours — adds a final flourish to the meal.
Address: 82 Jalan Damai, Off Jalan Ampang, Kuala Lumpur, 55000, Malaysia
Operating Hours: 11:00AM – 10:30PM
Visit These MICHELIN Selected Restaurants To Try It Out
Is it as good as they say? There’s only one way to find out! Bring your loved ones to test out these recently MICHELIN-added restaurants and enjoy their excellent cuisines. Have fun, Foodies!
Check out the new MICHELIN-added restaurants in Penang here: Here Are 5 Restaurants In Penang That Are Recently Added Into The MICHELIN Guide 2023
Source: Press release
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