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.
Continue reading “Valentine Roti in KL”
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.
Continue reading “Chow Kit Market in Kuala Lumpur”
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.
Continue reading “Soo Kee Mee in Kuala Lumpur”
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.
Continue reading “Tim Ho Wan in Kuala Lumpur”
My hotel in Kuala Lumpur turned out to be only a couple of minutes from Shin Kee and after ready the great review of j2KFm, I had to try it.
Continue reading “Shin Kee Beef Noodles Specialist”
The rain could not stop me making the one kilometer hike from my hotel to VCR coffee shop. Since we only spent one day in Kuala Lumpur, I decided to hit to coffee shops in the same day. Pulp in the morning and VCR in the afternoon.
Continue reading “VCR Kuala Lumpur”
When I got off at MidValley station, I wasn’t too sure how to get to Pulp Coffee, but I held my printed Google map and told my patient wife that it was over there, beyond the sea of buildings. After crossing a highway, a railroad track and a river, we ended up pretty much a hundred meters from the coffee shop. We did get lost at one point and walked into a mega mosque
This unique and very beautiful coffee shop is almost hidden in front of a industrial printing company.
Continue reading “Pulp Cafe in Kuala Lumpur”
We arrived in Kuala Lumpur late in the evening and decided to take the bus into town. The bus dropped us off in Chinatown a short distance from our hotel and as soon we checked in, we went to find our first meal. Being in Chinatown, we opted for Koon Kee which is smack in the middle of the busy night market.
Continue reading “Koon Kee Wan Tan Mee”