Restaurants in Pudu – 62 Restaurants
d_luaz posted tammylci.blogspot.com 2 Reviews
I am not a fan of chee cheong fun or yong tau foo food but trust me this place is really so tasty until I could come back to eat here when I have so many chee cheong fun stalls around my housing area. The place may look a bit scruffy and street-ish to you but they have good food.
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 33 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.
chryshijing posted chryshijing.blogspot.com.au 35 ReviewsSuperb
Judging from the crowd (it was slightly past lunchtime) and what they were eating, I quickly gathered that they are famous for their chicken and prawn noodle in soup. Dad did the ordering, as I had no clue but I did want some greens. Crispy and fresh. And then there was steamed fish. Plain and simple but lovely. The taste of ginger was not overpowering and it was at the right saltiness level. Flesh of the fish just slipped off the bones. May I say that their braised chicken feet and pork belly were AWESOME.
Ah Koong specializes in things fishy. The fish porridge is a wonderful, soul-satisfying dish, the simplest of elements (rice, water or broth, and a few other ingredients) elevated to heavenly heights. The fish cake is very tasty and springy.
kuanfoodfetish posted www.kuanfoodfetish.com 166 ReviewsExceptional
Ah Koong boast of their special made pure fish balls which contains no preservative. They were really good without the floury taste...
Dong Bei is one of the pioneer Chinese restaurant in Kuala Lumpur. This restaurant is situated among a whole stretch of Chinese restaurants, serving an array of Chinese cuisine of different origins, from Szechuan to Teochew food. Dong Bei is literally translated to East-North, referring to a region in Northern part of China, or better known as Manchuria (the old name).
missyblurkit posted www.missyblurkit.com 177 Reviews
the food at Dong Bei is exactly the way he remembers his China stay. So if you want something authentically North Eastern of China, head into Dong Bei.
Pas De Nom posted chillout-soulout-freakout.blogspot.com 183 ReviewsExceptional
Hunan is a province of South-Central China, located to the south of the middle reaches of the the Yangtze River and south of Lake Dongting. Hence, the Hunan means "south of the lake". Many immigrants from China to Malaysia not just for bringing labor strength into our society but also their food from China to Malaysia. So the restaurant that I about to introduce to you in this post is a lady boss from Hunan, China bringing her own local Hunan delicacies into Malaysia and opened a restaurant at Fraser Business Park called Restaurant Xiang Man Qing. It is a short introduce for your knowledge of their existence purpose.