Kuala Lumpur is a world-famous city and stays on the top of the must-visit destinations for travel enthusiasts all around the world. It has a unique blend of modern and ethnic culture. It is truly an international city. Kuala Lumpur is also known as a food paradise. Whether you want to treat your taste buds with something new and exciting, or whether you want to try out a more traditional dish, Kuala Lumpur will provide you with endless options. If you are heading out to Kuala Lumpur and want to know the top dining places then we are here to help. In this article, we will explore the Top 5 great places to eat in Kuala Lumpur.
(Authentic Nyonya cuisine at Limapulo)
Limapulo is one of the most popular restaurants amongst the residents of Kuala Lumpur. The head chef of Limapulo has acquired a kind of celebrity status in Kuala Lumpur. He is known locally as Baba and the tagline of the restaurant is “Baba can cook”. We are sure that once you visit this restaurant you will also be saying Baba can not just cook but cook to perfection. You can even meet and greet Baba for a selfie. He is usually present at the front entrance to greet the visitors. This is a must-visit restaurant for food lovers. Their most popular and loved recipe is Nyonya Laksa. But this dish is served only on alternate days. If you want to taste this world-famous dish then we would advise that you try to visit this restaurant on Monday, Wednesday, Friday or Sunday.
If you are a fast-food lover or if you are in a hurry to the airport but want to have a good and nutritional mean quickly then Texas Chicken is the place to visit. It is a well known international chain of restaurants, akin to KFC. We would advise you to try out their Ramyeon Chicken. It is an inhouse recipe and is very popular amongst spicy food lovers. Their combination of Iced/Hot Latte with Honey Butter Biscuits is also really popular. If you don’t have the time to visit the restaurant then you can also order online. Texas chicken delivery is well to be on time. Usually, customers get their orders delivered within 30 minutes by Foodpanda delivery service. It’s a really good option if you are feeling too lazy to get out of bed but too hungry to go back to sleep
(Kin Kin Menu)
At first glance, you might find this place to be a bit underwhelming. But you are here for the food and not for the architecture. Kin Kin is quite famous in Kuala Lumpur for its staple dish Chilli Pan Mee. It is a mix of dry noodles, pork, and deep-fried anchovies. If you don’t want the pork then you can also order this dish with Mushrooms. Note that this place is closed on Mondays.
(Restoran Hong Ngek)
This restaurant is perhaps the perfect example of how Kuala Lumpur supports and boosts international culture. This is a Chinese restaurant that serves Chinese food. Their specialty is Ginger Rice Duck. They make a limited quantity of this super famous Chinese recipe and it gets sold out in the evening so we would advise you not to be late.
(Hong Ngek Lunch)
Capital Cafe is one of the historic dining places in Kuala Lumpur. It serves indigenous Malaysian recipes. If you want to try some finger-licking authentic south Asian dishes then this is the place to visit. It started operations back in 1956 and has managed to not just stay relevant but grow in popularity year after year.