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Sek Yuen Restaurant @ Jalan Pudu

Looking for a good classic Chinese restaurant in KL? Look no further for this legendary Sek Yuen Restaurant that had been operating in Jalan Pudu for decades. Residing in this old classic stand alone shoplot that is brightly lit with 70’s neon like as the building outline is making a huge bee line during Chinese New Year. They are also well known for their dai chow with old classic taste that is mostly run by old folks of family members.…

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Dinner at Brasserie Fritz @ Wolo Hotel, KL

In the heart of Bukit Bintang where Wolo Hotel sits just right in the middle of it. Brasserie Fritz do offer nice experience for their tea set as they have high glass panel with tons of natural lighting coming in. Perfect for those who loves to take OOTD. This round, I am back to hit on their dinner. This would be one of my favourite area as the seafood offerings does look good and fresh.   table settings is quite…

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Seni Sattisorru Claypot Curry Rice @ Brickfields, KL

I was introduce by my friend that the original Seni Sattisorru Claypot Curry Rice is hidden inside Brickfields. The heart of Little India in KL. He mention that, currently this is one of his favourite place for this Indian Curry Claypot rice that brings a satisfactory kick to him. A place which is rather newly operated which is about 9 months old and did ask the owner on the other outlet mention by other media platform. He mention that that…

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Ah Yap Hokkien Mee @ Sentul

I still remember till today that my first Hokkien Mee in KL was a shocking moment for me with a twist and quarrel with the hawker worker. Hokkien mee in KL is very different from the ones in Penang. Ah Yap Hokkien Mee in Sentul was introduce by a friend that I should give here a try. Apparently this place been operating more than 40 years and from their regular to seem them bringing their customer grandson. Menu is quite…

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Seafood Pork Noodles @ Sun Sea, Taman OUG

Seafood Pork Noodles at Taman OUG in this Sun Sea Kopitiam will be one of the busiest stall in the shop. There are 2 person cooking and bowls staking high up with waiting time average 45 minutes on weekend. This is one of a famous pork noodle in this OUG neighborhood that had been operating for ages. Been here many times and they do have another outlet that operating at night which is just 3 minutes away at Hong Cha…

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French Japanese affair @ Prime, Le Meridien Kuala Lumpur

Prime had always been one of my favourite restaurant and recently, they have invited chef Walter Ishizuka that had worked at Lyon’s famous 3-Michelin starred restaurant owned by none other than the Master of French cuisine  Paul Bocuse. The chef whom he cited as a mentor who taught him everything he knew about cooking and even more. A mix affair that brings up a French Japanese dining experience at Prime, Le Meridien Kuala Lumpur. starting off with chef home made bun…

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Shuguo Yinxiang Restaurant 蜀国印象蜀國印象·火锅 @ Sunway Velocity

Sunway Velocity is not a mall itself by now. To us who loves China hotpot, it seems like a new mini China street in KL itself that have a few shops that serve classic China Szechuan Hotpot. Around dinner time from 7pm – 9pm, you can see a queue right in front of Shuguo Yinxiang Restaurant 蜀国印象蜀國印象·火锅. Rated no.2 by me in this street as they are situated outside at the Boulavard of the mall. If you decided to dine…

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Fish Ball Noodle @ Chow Kit Market

There are 3 stalls to eat if you are hunting food in this area. One of them is this famous Fish Ball Noodle in Chow Kit Pasar. Located just a stone throw away from the Hakka Nasi Lemak, you will see another stall which is pack with people after 9.30am. As the stall located in this area, pricing of food remains low. Operate by this old auntie and family members, as it was a pass down from their husband. Love…

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海南生滾粥 Hainanese Congee @ Chow Kit Market, KL

海南生滾粥 Hainanese Congee in Chow Kit Market is one of the classic street food in KL that you can get. Believe it is going to be last of its kind. Being Hainaese myself, little did I know that there is actually a Hainanese Congee. There is only a slight difference of classic congee vs Hainanese Congee. This uncle is already 80 years old as I saw in Jason food Trail Video. Famous for his recipe, along with his passion of…

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Penang Jawa Mee @ Restaurant Hoi Kee, Segambut

It is not easy to hunt good Penang Street food in KL, and thanks to pees like Vkeong and KY whom constantly hunt around for good food. No doubt that this Penang Jawa Mee in Restaurant Hoi Kee at Segambut is one of the place to eat for classic Penang Jawa Mee as the auntie whom is running it is also from Penang. Currently this is one of my regular lunch place area as the office is nearby and most…

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