RM8 Crabs @ Tou Tou Seafood Restaurant, Kepong Baru

Kepong is dotted with seafood restaurants and some of them were known for starting the 3 crabs (1kg) for RM18 craze many years back. Unfortunately, that kind of pricing is almost unheard of nowadays...
Yik Mun Tanjung Malim Pau Coffee Shop

Yik Mun Tanjung Malim Pau Coffee Shop & Restaurant

I have probably driven past Tanjung Malim a few tens of times, but it was only last weekend that I decided to make a quick stopover to check out the town for some grub. Yik Mun is undoubtedly the most popular eatery in town - famous for their homemade steamed buns, coffee and Chinese-Muslim fare.

Sze Ngan Chye Roasted Duck @ Kepong

For nearly half a century, the only way you could enjoy Sze Ngan Chye's famous salted roast duck was to takeaway from their humble stall at Petaling Street. Since their first ever restaurant opened in Kepong, customers now have an alternative spot to purchase the roast ducks without having to go all the way to the city.

Tuck Cheong Dim Sum Restaurant @ Pudu

Tuck Cheong might not be the best place to have dim sum in Pudu but I am sure glad they are around to cater to the older generation. At least they have somewhere to gather and spend their mornings, so for me that's the bigger picture.

John Penang Prawn Noodle @ Golden Kim Wah

This is John, he sells one heck of a good Penang prawn noodle in Sungai Buloh. He's from Balik Pulau, came to KL since 1989 and had a short stint as a chef at SS2's New Paris Restaurant. Shortly after that, he picked up the techniques of cooking prawn noodle from his sister, who now operates Say Huat coffee shop in Section 17. He manned the prawn noodle stall at the said coffee shop for almost 20 years, before deciding to relocate to Sungai Buloh about 7 years ago. Now, he's stationed at Golden Kim Wah, a new coffee shop that just opened for less than 2 weeks. It's the most spacious and cleanest coffee shop in the vicinity.
Fatty-Old-Klang-Road-Bak Kut Teh Steam Fish

Fatty Bak Kut Teh & Steam Fish @ Old Klang Road, KL

KL has no shortage of places to enjoy late supper, but most of them are mamak stalls and restaurants. For a different experience, head to Fatty Bak Kut Teh & Fish Head restaurant at...

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