Recommended Restaurants in Kuala Lumpur – Editor's Pick, based on foodies' reviews
Hokkien restaurant that's been in the same family, at the same spot, for over seventy years.
taufulou posted www.taufulou.com 672 Reviews
I am certainly satisfied with this homecook recepi version place, although the price is slightly more than any average “Tai Chow” in KL yet its still worth to spend it.
Good food and amazing drinks. A vast varieties of pizzas, pastas and risottos. And they are generous with the free-flowing spirits, frequently topping up drinks. A multi-level Ristorante Italiano with stone Terazza,with two-level dining outlet overlooks their 'open kitchen' that houses a wood fired pizza oven, pasta counter and rotisserei.
TheYumList posted theyumlist.blogspot.com 552 Reviews
Reason to visit: Upscale restaurant with a party atmosphere. A wide variety and limitless portions like a buffet but instead served tableside by friendly wait staff, which means more time to spend with company.
This kopitiam has started their business for more than 25 years and the stall owners have much or less remained the same.
summerkid posted www.malaysianflavours.com 544 Reviews
Will come back again to try out other stalls like char koay teow, wantan mee, and chicken rice. Will say no to their kopi peng (RM2.50). Taste like a watered down coffee, not “kau” at all.
The restaurant is famous for its fish head noodle. The original Woo Pin is located and still is in Cheras however the Taman Desa outlet is much more comfortable to dine in.
ojsiew posted ojsiew.blogspot.com 633 Reviews
Some order fish head noodles with milk, some without, some had fried fish while some preferred non-fried... and as a lazy person, I prefer fish paste noodles!!. hehehehe...
Kedai Makanan Ah Loy in Taman Overseas Union has been around for the past 10 years and it is famous for its home-cooked food, especially the Curry Laksa.
stevenycs posted craving4food.blogspot.com 281 Reviews
The placed also served economy noodles and chee cheong fun. The place will mostly be packed during lunch hour. It's air conditioned thank god. So do drop by this place and try it out if you like curry noodle.
This place serves one of the best roast pork in klang valley. The stall owner roast the pork behind the shop so its guaranteed fresh and oven hot. The roast pork here actually melts in your mouth. The skin is certainly crispy
hAppYHapPy posted tailim.blogspot.com 740 Reviews
I would prefer the roasted meat in lieu of the Char Siew, anything crispy and aromatic can easily aroused me.....
The restaurant has many stalls however the beef noodles is the famous among others
The Sarawak laksa served here is a family recipe, and that many of her ingredients are flown in from Sarawak. I believe this laksa is the coconut-less variety, but what make it special is the flavour which is fragrant yet isn't too hot. The garnishing done by this Aunty is truly special, 'hotel quality'
Motormouth posted www.j2kfm.com 552 Reviews
A perfect start to a Sunday morning should be a hearty breakfast; coupled with a cup of really good coffee or tea, and lots of natural sun to perk the mood up.
Very fine porridge texture and has a sweetened taste. Fish porridge - the fish used are very fine sliced of raw fish which will be cook once you dip it or pour it in the “boiling” porridge. Pork intestine porridge - ask for additional minced pork balls or deep fry intestine! Chicken porridge - steamed chicken with oyster sauce (ask for more gravy so that u can mix it in the porridge) If possible, get a seat near to the stall as this can get you served earlier.
samantha sum posted tummyparadiseland.wordpress.com 35 ReviewsExceptional
Loa Yau Kee Porridge. Only operate at night. Morning the stall will be selling famus beef noodle. I like their white porridge very much. Its tasty and smooth. Plus their serve the ingredient separately. If you ask for fish porridge, you will get 1 plate of raw fish slices. The best part is cheap. RM5~6 only
One of the most popular places in KL for beef noodles.
liyenz posted wp.meGood
The beef balls are fresh and springy when you eat it. Unlike some of the beef balls which are either powdery and hard to eat. The texture is different than another famous beef noodle called, Soong Kee also. You can order either soup or dry with your choices of noodles. The broth is clear and tasty. I did not feel thirsty after finishing the soup :) I prefer the dry beef noodle and so I can mix it with the minced meat. The generous amount of minced meat can mix well with any type of noodle. Overall, it is not too oily, just look okay when I mix with the kway teow.