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Top 10 Things To Eat In Cheras

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Top 10 Things To Eat In Cheras

1. Chicken Maryland | Kaki Corner

Photo by Lee Lan, Nur Alya Seven, and Ivy Shia (Facebook).

If you are a fan of Western Food, you need to stop by here! Kaki Corner is a great place for gathering with your friends and family. They serve the usual chicken, lamb, beef, seafood and pasta. Their best dish is Chicken Maryland simply because people keep coming back for more!

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? Google Map | ⏰ Opens daily, 5:00 p.m. – 1:00 a.m.

? Facebook | ? 012 200 3432 | ? $$ | ? Pork-Free

2. Salted Pork | Restaurant 2008 Snow Beer

Photo by Winson Tay, Jzen Choo, and Alex Lim (Facebook).

The restaurant is famous for their Snow Beer because it is as good as the ones in Ipoh! Unfortunately, Snow Beer isn’t a type of dish. Salted Pork is one of their signature dishes that goes well with rice, Snow Beer, or on its own! The dish is deep-friend, so make sure eat your cucumbers after!

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? Google Map | ⏰ Opens daily, 4:30 p.m. – 1:30 a.m.

? 012 313 1127 | ? $$ | ? Non-Halal

3. Hokkien Mee | Auntie Lora Kopitiam

Photo by Auntie Lora Kopitiam (Facebook), @seng_hoongd, and @fredkwong.

We are talking about Penang style! Penang’s Hokkien Mee, also known as Prawn Noodle, is one of the best there is in Kuala Lumpur. The dish comes with thick prawn shells broth, mixture of noodles, slices of hard boiled eggs, slices of chicken and prawns. What a hearty meal for a rainy day, ey?

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? Google Map | ⏰ Opens daily except Monday, 6:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

? Website | ?03 9134 9998  | ? $$ | ? Non-Halal

4. Wan Tan Mee | Yulek Wan Tan Mee

Photo by Erin SF Ong and Barry Ong (Facebook).

Do you love big flavours? Yulek Wan Tan Mee serves big portion of Wan Tan Mee with Char Siew and Siu Yok. Their Wan Tan noodles are springy in texture and goes well with their sauce, which is big on flavour. Char Siew and Siu Yok comes in big in chunks. Definitely mouthful!

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? Google Map | ⏰ Opens daily except Tuesday, 7:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

? 016 243 6221| ? $ | ? Non-Halal

5. Nasi Lemak | Poppo Kanteen

Photo by Poppo Kanteen (Facebook).

At Poppo Kanteen, the highlight of their menu is Nasi Lemak. It comes with a generous portion of aromatic coconut rice, crispy fried chicken, spicy Sambal, toasted peanuts and fresh cucumber slices. Pair it together with their Kedondong Juice for a tasty meal!

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? Google Map | ⏰ Opens daily, 8:00 a.m. – 12:00 a.m.

? Website | ?03 9134 6923 | ? $$ | ? Halal

6. Charcoal-Style Steamboat | Dragon Door Steamboat

Photo by Dragon Door Steamboat (Facebook).

Steamboat calls for another gathering with your friends and family! Dragon Door Steamboat serves Charcoal-Style Steamboat with many tasty broth to choose from such as pork bone soup and hot and spicy soup. Apart from that, they have different types of ingredients and sauces! Yay!

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? Google Map | ⏰ Opens daily, Monday to Friday, 5:00 p.m. – 11:25 p.m., Saturday and Sunday, 3:00 p.m. – 11:35 p.m.

? Facebook | ?03 9130 1062 | ? $$$ | ? Non-Halal

7. Steamed Fish | Big Tree Lin Kee

Photo by Big Tree Lin Kee (Facebook).

Considered to be one of the hidden gems in Cheras, this little coffee shop under a big shady tree serves really good steamed fishes. The fresh fish goes very well with the light soy sauce, ginger and other herbs. Pair it with a plate of rice and vegetables for a balanced meal!

? Google Map | ⏰ Opens daily except Monday, 10:30 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.

? Facebook |?017 616 1823 | ? $$$ | ? Non-Halal

8. Yong Tau Foo | Wah Kiow Yong Tau Fu

Photo by Wah Kiow Yong Tau Foo (Facebook, @hokkiengirl, and @lanatir.

Wah Kiow Yong Tau Fu serves authentic Hakka Yong Tau Fu with a little kick as salted fish and fish powder for stronger taste. Yong Tau Foo with abundant of choices for toppings! They have the usual toppings and special balls such as dried oyster and mushroom.

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? Google Map | ⏰ Opens daily except Monday, 9:30 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.

? Facebook | ?010 366 0231 | ? $$ | ? Non-Halal

9. Dry Chilli Pan Mee | Madam Chiam Curry Noodle House

Photo by Madam Chiam Curry Noodle House (Facebook), @trollfaceguy_official, and @serenackyle.

No list is complete without a mention of Dry Chilli Pan Mee. The best place to fix your cravings for Dry Chilli Pan Mee is Madam Chiam Curry Noodle House. It comes with chewy noodles, chilli flakes, half boiled egg, anchovies, lime, and spinach soup!

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? Google Map | ⏰ Opens daily except Monday, 7:15 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

?016 210 7552 | ? $ | ? Non-Halal

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10. Pork Noodles | Kui Lam Restaurant

Photo by @adrian_lim95, @pd_ren, and @pegpegtan.

You have to wait for the best things in life, same here! The waiting time in Kui Lum Restaurant can be as long as half an hour! The broth is thick and flavoured with lard. There are many pork ingredients as well, including the different types of organs, all cooked to perfection.

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? Google Map | ⏰ Opens daily, 8:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.

? $ | ? Non-Halal

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