street food in kl


Hakwer Hall is one of the latest eatery being added into Sri Hartamas neighborhood. If you are looking for a decent pricing of street food to hunt, this could be the place. Offering variety of food and a nice place to sit and chill.

Hawker Hall (1)

Hawker Hall (2)

We might be thinking wrong, however it does look and feel like a food court with different operators. Not too sure is it run by a team in there and the little stall outside is for decoration purpose.

Hawker Hall (3)

Love the vibe of this place.

Hawker Hall (4)

Food menu.

Hawker Hall (5)

Penang Char Koey Teow @ RM 12.90 serve with 3 big prawns. Alot good comments in Google Review. (It was a let down for me as expectation set too high for me in those reviews)

Hawker Hall (6)

Cantonese Seafood Hor Fun @ RM 12.90 – this is “out”

Hawker Hall (7)

Penang Mee Mamak @ RM 10.90 – this is not too bad.

Hawker Hall (8)

Daebak Soy Garlic Wings @ RM 17.90 – no comment on the Korean fried chicken.

Hawker Hall (9)

Stir Fry Basil Leaves with Lala @ RM 19.90

Hawker Hall (10)

Kopi Peng @ RM 3.50 – never finish (they need to fix it, as like drinking condense milk)

Oh well, rarely seen a food operator that can cook “pretty good food”. I guess this place does not suit me to my liking. Could be suitable to many of you out there. Best is this place is pork free.

Burger was the highest recommended by my friend. Will check them out again. But the rest, not for me.

remark: I paid with Grabpay and was told one of the dish could not make it, hence told me to get refund. Waited 30 minutes later why my refund still have yet gotten and only was told I have to CALL GRABPAY myself to initiate the refund. (this is indeed very weird for me). Cashier maybe need to learn how to smile abit, we do not owe you a million.

Hopefully they will improve over the months as only 2 months in business.

*Pork Free

-= KA CHING =-

Food rating 3/10 , nice food court but food very mehhhh!~ -Stamped-
-WARNING –This is based on my individual taste. Try it at your own risk-

Hawker Hall
22, Jalan Sri Hartamas 8,
Taman Sri Hartamas, Kuala Lumpur.

Daily, 4pm-1am.

Tel: 03-5888-4030

Chicken Rice is one of a common quick, fast and cheap to most of the people especially sales personal. Well, there is one not your usual chicken rice in KL but this Segambut Fried Chicken Rice is quite famous among the folks in this area. Lunch could be pack with factory people around the area but it certainly do have its own style.

Segambut Fried chicken Rice (1)

Freshly fried and put as a seperate plate next to your chicken rice. You can either choose Chicken upper thigh or the whole drumstick itself.

Segambut Fried chicken Rice (2)

Rice, there is nothing to shout about as it is so called oil rice but quite near to a plain plate of white rice.

Segambut Fried chicken Rice (3)

Believe that the powder for the fried chicken is also different. As the texture and the crunchy bite of it, is certainly different feel. Slightly hard to its own cripsy chicken skin yet drench it with their own made chili is then perfect! They do drench with their own special soy sauce mix too, which I quite like it.

Segambut Fried chicken Rice (4)

A plate of Fried Chicken Rice – drumstick is about RM 12.50 if I am not mistaken. It is no longer as cheap as it used to be.

Segambut Fried chicken Rice (5)

Segambut Fried chicken Rice (6)

That’s why now I say not your ordinary usual chicken rice or the common street food chicken rice that you are getting from its price point. Well, you could also come here for the fried chicken.


-= Ka Ching =-

Food Rating 7/10, Still not too bad ~-Stamped-

–Warning– This is based on my individual taste. Try it at your own risk-

Segambut Chicken Rice (大树头鸡饭)
Intersection of Persiaran Segambut Tengah &
Lorong Segambut Pusat 1
Segambut, Kuala Lumpur
GPS: 3.185151, 101.677973
Hours: 11 am to 3 pm

When it comes to street food, there is one famous street food in KL that is particularly famous among to some of the locals here. There is one stall that is even famous till some of my foreign friends are asking about them. This is da Famous Kin Kin Chili Pan Mee at Chow Kit, KL.

This would be my first time at their original branch to try it out. Usually I had it in their Publika foodcourt outlet and was told there is something missing. Since now my new office is just a stone throw away from this place, definitely drop by to check it out.

Kin Kin Chili Pan Mee (2)

建記辣椒板麵 Chili Pan Mee

Kin Kin Chili Pan Mee (1)

a kind of simple street food that can satisfy your cravings. A hand roll dough that turn into noodle, cook in a hot boiling water, topped with mince meat, anchovies, chives and of course half boil egg.

Kin Kin Chili Pan Mee (3)

If you are here for pan mee, then that’s only one thing, the Pan Mee Home made special chili paste. Then depending on your palate, slowly add on the special Chili into your noodle. For me, I usually add in 3-4 spoonful of it to make it fiery spicy.

Kin Kin Chili Pan Mee (4)

This is my mini 3 spoonful before I add on further.

Kin Kin Chili Pan Mee (6)

After a nice mix, then this is the final colour of my noodle @ RM 8.50 . Just by looking at it, I am hungry. Of course there is certainly a slight difference compare to the one that I usually eat. Spicy Kitchen Chili Pan Mee.

As for Kin Kin Chili Pan Mee, I find that the chili is less spicy, slightly more on the fragrant side, and with salty end. Noodle texture is about right, as they have its unique mouth bite texture which is like half chewy half soft.

Kin Kin Chili Pan Mee (7)

Kin Kin Chili Pan Mee (8)

If were to compare this Kin Kin Chili Pan Mee and Spicy Chili Kitchen Pan Mee, I would prefer Spicy. Just a simple fact more spicy and fragrant to my liking.

For those travellers who want to walk here, it is just about 5 minutes walk from the monorail station.
Stop by at Station Monorial Medan Tuanku:


-= Ka Ching =-

Food rating 7/10 –not too bad la -=Stamped=-

–Warning– This is based on my individual taste. Try it at your own risk-

Kin Kin Chili Pan Mee
40, Jalan Dewan Sultan Sulaiman,
Kampung Baru, Kuala Lumpur
GPS: 3°09’38.9″N 101°41’53.6″E | 3.160817, 101.698219

Operating Hours:
Monday – Friday : 7am – 6.30pm
Saturday – Sunday : 7am – 4.30pm

Tel : 010-220 4322

Was told Jalan Ipoh is pack with food. Slowly discovering this area as my office is just around the area. One of a stall that was introduce by my colleague is this famous Jalan Ipoh Curry Mee at Taman Million. Only operate right after 7.30pm, you will see the stall is flock by their regulars. The stall had been operating more than 15 years and still growing strong.

jalan ipoh curry mee (1)

Not easy for you to find this stall as you could easily miss it as they operate infront of a shop lot and also in a small row of a food strand in the middle of the road.

jalan ipoh curry mee (2)

jalan ipoh curry mee (3)

They sell a few fried and soup items only.

jalan ipoh curry mee (4)

jalan ipoh curry mee (5)

their gandum, not too bad, slightly sticky. RM 1.50

jalan ipoh curry mee (6)

This is their famous curry mee. To me it taste like vegetarian curry mee. Taste is slightly mild, fragrant of coconut milk and a curry leave. A simple bowl of curry mee KL version. The set back is there is not much ingredient. comes with only taupok, siham and fish cake. @ RM 6


jalan ipoh curry mee (8)

Fried Noodle is a bit blend for me but my colleague like it. For a simple street food in KL, this might be one of your simple comfort food.

Taste is quite subjective as they are here for 15 years with a reason. Definitely it suits the locals here.

-= Ka Ching =-

Food Rating 6/10, u can try it out!!!~-Stamped-

–Warning– This is based on my individual taste. Try it at your own risk-

Jalan Ipoh Curry Mee
513, 497, Jalan Tiong,
Taman Million, 51100 Kuala Lumpur

Operating Hours:
7.30pm – 1am (till finish)

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