Sunday 18 January 2015

Malaysia - Kuala Lumpur : Food trip to Kuala Lumpur (Part 1)

#FoodHoppingKL - May 2014 

Yays to food trip to Kuala Lumpur!

We totally let ourselves relax for as we did not have an itinerary for this trip.

We finally reached KL after a long 5 hours coach from Singapore. We booked our stay at Le Apple boutique hotel which is walking distance to Pavillion, Sungei Wang, Fahrenheit 88, Lot 10 and Time Square.

I have to admit that my last trip was 4 years ago and the changes in KL really impressed me. There was no hip cafes or minimal international brands.

Here's start my 4D3N food hopping in Kuala Lumpur!

When we were exploring around Bukit Bintang area, we strolled into a food street where there was never ending food stalls along two sides of the street. It is a very noisy street that filled with not only people ordering food noises and even cars honking sound. People totally ignored the existence of the cars even though they were walking on the road itself.

We settled down for a loklok dinner! My impression of loklok was sticking all the ingredient into a large bowl with boiling soup like the satay loklok I had in Malacca.

Like this!

However, the food came all fried and ready for eating. Frankly speaking, all fried stuff tasted the same. When I saw the same at next table, I believe loklok in KL is this kind of style.

Then we went opposite stall that has big sign projecting "CHAR KUEY TEOW" and very crowded.

Penang style char kuey teow. Ok this is very nice! 

We also ordered oyster omelette. I have forgotten the prices but they were all not expensive.

 Coffee Stain by Joseph

I found this cafe when I was googling on interesting cafe on the bed the night before. This is the nearest cafe I could find that sells 3D latte art. 

Earl grey latte RM8.50

Hot chocolate RM15

They only do 3D latte art on this beverage only but with additional charge of RM5. ~.~" Their drinks were only so-so.

Crossaint egg mayo RM13.90. The bread was crispy and matched very well with nacho cheese and mayonnaise. The appearance was already very appealing. 

Waffles banana walnut RM5.90 

Coffee Stain by Joseph 
@ Fahrenheit 88 Lot 0T-02, Level 3 Parkamaya 179 Jalan Bukit Bintang, 55100 Kuala Lumpur.
Opening hours: 10 am to 10 pm
Tel: 603-2110 2428

 That's me with Mr Brown at Pavilion ~

Lot 10's Hu Tong 十号胡同

This food court is one of the best five food court in KL. This gourmet heritage village was set up few years ago to gather more than 30 of the country's best eateries that have survived the 2nd and 3rd generations. It is also designed like an old Beijing village theme.

We had many lunch over here. You must include this eating place in your itinerary when you come to KL!


Soong Kee Beef noodles RM9.45
This is my bf's favourite! He has been having this since he was young. 

Ho Weng Kee Roasted duck rice RM13

Penang style zu chang RM8.60

Black vinegar pork knuckle RM14

 Kim Lian Kee Fried loh shu fen RM11.50

Indeed are national food treasures in KL except slightly oily. 

Lot 10 Hu Tong 十号胡同
Opening Hours: 10:00 – 22:00 Location: Lot 10 Shopping Mall LG floor

Bangsar Village

Bangsar village is similar to our Holland village concept that located more on affluent residential suburb. There are many restaurants and quirky cafes. 

Instead of going indoor, we had much more fun strolling outdoor! Roadside hawkers always the best food in the world. They usually opened in the late afternoon till late night. The only bad thing is no nearest train station. The local mostly drive due to cheaper cars and less advanced public transport.

Popiah 2 pieces for RM4.60

Fried char kuey teow RM5

Our dessert of the day - Ai yu ice jelly RM2

Bangsar Village
2 Jalan Telawi 1 Bangsar Kuala Lumpur 59100

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