Draws in the crowds for its delicious seafood and chicken wings.
The crowded corridors of Hutong are everything a mall food court should be.
This sixty-year-old Hainanese coffee shop is one of the last of its kind left in KL.
The place is so popular for its lala (clams) that its out-of-the-way locations don’t deter customers.
The keema, made up of beef, potatoes and spice, is especially brilliant here.
There’s nothing not to like about Thai food – the only problem has been where to find it. Answer: myElephant.
An Indian joint serving up mean bowls of biryani in various heat levels.
The brand's flagship outlet is a knockout in setting, as in the food.
This family-run smorgasbord is one of the best vegetarian outlets in KL.
From seafood to poultry and medicinal foods to game, the menu here is extensive.