In October 5, 2018, I dove into the unknown and started a big trip around the world, at least that is the aim. I’m starting with Asia and seeing how far my money and visas can take me!
My first stop is Kuala Lumpur. I never really had the urge to visit Kuala Lumpur, or Malaysia in general. I had no particular reason for it either, I just never thought about it. That was until I met a huge bunch of awesome Malaysians who were visiting my country, on many separate occasions. They are one of the best people I’ve encountered in my life. From then on, I vowed to visit them one day. Fast forward to six years and 10 kilos later, I’m here.
As expected, I was spoon fed with a list of so amazing places to go to, with the best dishes Malaysia can offer. I went to most of them. Even I have my limits to eating!
I knew I had to share all the amazing food spots I’ve visited. They’re too good for you to pass up and if you’re into food as much as I am, you’ll love every place I am listing in this article.
Frankly, this has been the most I’ve eaten within a span of a few weeks, or even just comparing my regular day back home to a day in Malaysia. But you know what? I didn’t care. I’ll think about losing weight later but for this leg of my trip, I have to try everything.
Malaysia is a melting pot of so many cultures. There are so many kinds of food you have to absolutely try. Even in my three-times-a-day-for-a-few-weeks kind of eating, I have not tried everything just yet. However, I can say I’ve tasted quite a lot of great food and that’s enough for me.
So let’s get right down to the list, shall we? Here are some places to eat in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia — and you absolutely CANNOT miss it.
Click on the restaurant name to learn more about it and what you can order.
Nasi Lemak translates to Coconut Milk Rice, served with anchovies, peanuts, boiled egg, fresh cucumber slices, sambal (some reaaaaally good hot sauce), and some choices of… Continue Reading
Chilli Pan Me is a Hakka-style noodle dish which can be served either with soup just dry noodles (soup on the side). It comes with dried anchovies, which you will find in many Malaysian… Continue Reading
Wan Tan Mee is basically Wonton Noodles, where different versions are found in other countries like Hong Kong, Singapore, Philippines, and Thailand. In Malaysia, it’s an oyster sauce-based… Continue Reading
The pork noodles was just mouthwateringly good. You can choose your type of noodles and they top it with minced pork meat, pork meat balls, and… Continue Reading
Aunty Manju’s hits home for me, not just because I was eating off banana leaves but the choices of food felt like something your mom or your grandma… Continue Reading
Basically, the rice is cooked in a claypot over a charcoal stove for a distinct flavor. Later on, the meat and vegetable toppings are added before they… Continue Reading
Follow my Malaysian Food Trail: Kuala Lumpur List on Google Maps by clicking HERE.
The Google list will contain other restaurants not in this article that you should give a try yourself! It’s a quick and easy way to spot the closest one to your location.