This sixty-year-old Hainanese coffee shop is one of the last of its kind left in KL.
Now a household name in KL, this restaurant started as a humble stall under a tree.
Serves authentic Cantonese cuisine with a touch of creative liberty.
Draws in the crowds for its delicious seafood and chicken wings.
This bak kut teh joint is Klang’s epicentre of medicinal-herbed porkiness.
Toast and Roast boasts (try saying that thrice) good char siew.
Delivers a salted egg crab that is always fresh, perfectly cooked and neither too wet nor too dry.
Hunanese restaurants are few and far between in KL, and this one serves deceptively spicy food.
For the taste of simple foods and a large variety of yong tau foo, look no further.
Their thin, springy noodles and tender beef cubes will remain a culinary favourite for years to..