From 5-star restaurants to sidewalk cafes with enough dishes Ma Thai, Boats, Indian … Kuala Lumpur is a culinary paradise should not miss for tourists.
Jalan Alor food street is a large concentration of tourists. The Malaysia food here is a design style street shops bearing serves cuisine typical of Malaysia, China, Thailand as satay or char Siew (barbecue pork). However, one of the dishes visitors should not miss when coming here is the soup and curry noodles Alor Corner at a restaurant located on the corner next to stalls selling durian. Here, you will have the opportunity to enjoy the most delicious bowl of noodles and soup Kuala Lumpur for just 18,000 dong each.
Address: Jalan Alor, Kuala Lumpur.
Jalan Alor is just a passage not far, Lot 10 Hutong is located on the ground floor in the commercial center Lot 10 to the system of modern air conditioning. This is known as the “street paradise for foodies”. A lot of bars here, eg China Town is located in the chain stores famous food brand in Kuala Lumpur. As to Lot 10 Hutong, the malaysia food must try is Char siu soup of wontons in Ho Weng Kee stalls, cows beer (or spring rolls) in Hokkien noodles Campbell Mini popiah and Kim Lian Kee Mee in stalls.
Address: Ground floor commercial center Lot 10, 50 Jalan Sultan Ismail, Kuala Lumpur.
Feast Village is like a more luxurious version of Lot 10 Hutong with a wealth of choice dishes and exquisite picky. Another plus point for this Malaysia food court serving alcoholic beverages for those who like to enjoy a glass of white wine while eating sushi or drinking a beer with curry, while no public stall at Lot 10 Hutong and only one of the stalls at Jalan Alor Street there. Favorite eatery is usually here is Enak, serving dishes characterized with Malaysia and Gonbei San Japanese Grill.
Address: Starhill Gallery, 181, Jalan Bukit Bintang, Kuala Lum