Food Tour Malaysia: What To Eat In Kuala Lumpur

From 5-star restaurants to gourmet sidewalks full of Malaysian, Thai, Chinese, Indian cuisine ... Kuala Lumpur is a gastronomic paradise that should not be missed for visitors.

Jalan Alor

Jalan Alor is a gastronomic hub that is packed with tourists. The cafeterias are designed in the style of street vendors serving the typical dishes of Malaysian, Chinese and Thai cuisines like satay or char siew. However, one of the dishes you should not miss when you come here is Alor Corner Noodle Soup and Curry at a corner restaurant next to the durian stall. Here, you will have the opportunity to enjoy the best bowl of noodles and soup in Kuala Lumpur at very cheap price.

Address: Jalan Alor Street, Kuala Lumpur.

Lot 10 Hutong

Only a short distance from Jalan Alor Street, Lot 10 Hutong is located on the ground floor in the Lot 10 commercial center with modern air conditioning system. This is called the "paradise of food for the gourmet". There are many restaurants here, such as China Town, which are located in the famous Kuala Lumpur culinary chain. When arriving at Lot 10 Hutong, some dishes to try are the striped noodles at Ho Weng Kee, Campbell Mini Popiah and Hokkien Mee at Kim Lian Kee.

Address: Ground floor commercial center Lot 10, 50 Jalan Sultan Ismail, Kuala Lumpur.

Feast Village at Starhill Gallery

Feast Village is like a more luxurious version of Lot 10 Hutong with countless of sophisticated and sophisticated food choices. A plus point for this gastronomy is that it serves alcoholic beverages for those who enjoy a glass of white wine for sushi or a beer with curries, while no stalls at Lot 10 Hutong And only a stall in Jalan Alor Street. The popular favorite is Enak, which serves Malaysian and Gonbei San dishes with grilled Japanese dishes.

Address: Starhill Gallery, 181, Jalan Bukit Bintang, Kuala Lumpur.


When you come to Malaysia, you will discover that Malaysian cuisine is only the best when cooked at home. There are very few restaurants that serve delicious Malaysian food here, so people often like to enjoy the cuisine of other countries when out. Without a local friend, Bijian is the best restaurant for you. The most expensive dishes here are Rendang (beef stew, very fragrant and succulent), Ayam Percik (BBQ roast chicken) and dessert with Durian cheese cake.

Address: 3, Jalan Ceylon, 50200, Kuala Lumpur.

Li Yen

Li Yen is the number one Cantonese restaurant in Kuala Lumpur. Located in the Ritz-Carlton, the restaurant specializes in fine dining, fine wines and attentive service in a traditional yet luxurious setting. So, this is a great choice for a special dinner. The food here is also impressive, with the most prominent being Peking duck, Chinese tea grilled rib and Chinese bean curd, especially in Li Yen. When you come here, diners will also be immersed in traditional Chinese music space with gentle harmonies that add to the delight of the food.

Address: The Ritz-Carlton Hotel Kuala Lumpur, 168, Jalan Imbi, Kuala Lumpur.s

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