My wife and I discovered roti canai in Melaka in 2014 and I’ve been craving this Indian flatbread ever since. After Googling roti + Kuala Lumpur, Valentine Roti seem to be the #1 roti Kuala Lumpur. We took a cab to this modest roti restaurant to figure out if they were as good as everybody was saying or they were genius at boosting their SEO.
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Chow Kit is the largest fresh market in Kuala Lumpur and it’s easily accessible from Chow Kit station. Visiting a market is often the highlight of exploring a new city and Chow Kit offers a glimpse into the unique taste of Malaysian cuisine.
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An open kitchen right on the sidewalk in the heart of Kuala Lumpur, a bunch of red plastic chairs, a bubbly owner, Soo Kee Mee was a real pleasure located just a few minutes from Bukit Bintang station.
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Tim Ho Wan is an Hong Kong institution and I decided to forgo of my “eating local” philosophy because the pork buns are simply amazing.
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When I visited Melaka two years ago, I tried to visit Mods Cafe but got turned down by the staff because I walked in 5 min before they close down. This time, I got a slightly warmer reception.
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Restaurant Selvam was right around the corner from The Sterling Hotel where we stayed in Melaka (Malacca). We noticed that it was always busy, so we decided to give it a try. The restaurant is located in the Little India part of Melaka. If you walk down the street, you can find some really cool stores selling all kind of wonderful things.
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While in Melaka, you should not miss a chance to eat Nyonya or Peranakan food. Nyonya cuisine is a mix of Chinese and Malay influences and it’s worth a taste. We decided to give nyonya cooking a go at Bulldog Cafe which brings a stylish and modern twist on Nyonya cuisine.
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Our hotel happened to be located a minute from the famous and very busy Capitol Satay Restaurant which specializes in Satay Celup.
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While I am perfectly happy with drinking the traditional Malaysian white coffee, I wanted to try The Coffee Jar as soon as I arrived in Melaka.
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We decided to have an early dim sum breakfast at Kedai Kopi Yong Moh located right in the heart of the tourist area on Jalan Tukang Emas street which runs parallel to the famous Jonker street.
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By Luc Gougeon
Medan Makan Boon Leong is a food court known for offering char siew for lunch and oyster omelette for dinner. The food court is located on Jalan Bunga Raya street and it’s a great option for either lunch or dinner.
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By Luc Gougeon
When we decided to visit Melaka again, the idea of eating at Pak Putra weighted a lot in the balance. 2 years ago we enjoyed our meal at Pak Putra so much that we kept playfully reminding ourselves about the next time we would eat it. (Click here to read my original post)
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