Hawker Food Restaurants in Malaysia - Editor's Recommendations – Editor's Pick, based on foodies' reviews
Seng Thor coffee shop have five(5) hawker stalls(Koay Teow Th’ng, Loh Mee, Loh Bak, Wantan Mee & Oyster Omelette) in and around the shop and an economy rice stall(was not open that day or has ceased operations) operating at different hours.
sunflower posted sunflowerfarm84.blogspot.com 280 Reviews
Pitt Street Koay Teow Th’ng – the original Koay Teow Th’ng from Hai Oan coffee shop that located in Burmah Road. This stall was also awarded for a special award in year 2002.
ojsiew posted ojsiew.blogspot.com 633 Reviews
I personally love the clear broth that is full of flavour. The 'fish balls' are made of mixture of fish and eels (鳗鱼), therefore you may notice that it may not be as 'bouncy' / 'chewy' as the ones made from 'ikan parang' (wolf herring aka 西刀鱼).
This food streets starts its business around 6pm. Most of the stalls here are operated by senior citizens for more than a decade. All the foods taste really good except the pork noodles are inconsistent in the quality when taking a lot orders. Price wise are consider cheap in KL. The cleanliness is rated 1/5 as it is situated in the middle of the road under open air condition.
mh.sum25 posted tummyparadiseland.wordpress.com 35 ReviewsExceptional
Located nearby Times Square. Take LRT Star. Stop at the Pudu station. Walk to the main street. Observe the opposite lorong. The most crowded will be Jln Sayur. Most of the seller here is senior citizen. Simple food but it become special because of them.