Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia has not only a vast array of delicious street foods in every area, but its ridiculously cheap as well. Don’t know what foods are the best to eat in Kuala Lumpur? After spending two weeks in this food-tastic city being chaperoned around by two foodie locals I feel I have a small amount of authority on the matter.
Also known as Money Corner this down-the-alley food court serves up some of KL’s most delicious hidden secrets. Packed by locals, it’s well worth the visit. From Top Right: Food Stalls at Mayflower, Pork Laksa with Side dishes, Minced Pork Noodle Soup, Lamb Rogan Josh and the Pasta Chef doing his thang!
This moderately priced restaurant in Bangsar Village is AMAZING! You get free sides (the most amazing deep fried chillies I’ve ever tasted!), rice and dal. They serve all their food on banana leaves and it’s all so good you find it hard to stop. From Top: The finished plates, Chilli Fried Squid, the free food – Dal on Rice
Currency: Malaysian Ringgit
$1 USD = 3.27RM
I was there: September 2013