We can’t think of a better way to start the day.
Ideally situated in the unofficial satay capital of Malaysia.
The crowded corridors of Hutong are everything a mall food court should be.
Now a household name in KL, this restaurant started as a humble stall under a tree.
Their glutinous rice is exceptional and dishes are reassuringly spicy.
Remains as one of the most authentic nasi lemak stalls in KL.
This mamak puts a spin on nearly all established mamak favourites.
Toast and Roast boasts (try saying that thrice) good char siew.
This sixty-year-old Hainanese coffee shop is one of the last of its kind left in KL.
Serves mixed rice with at least 40 different dishes at a cheap price.