We were wondering why an unassuming stall along Jalan Sentul can have people queuing up for it. So we finally checked it out one day and found that the stall sells nasi lemak - Chinese style with a handful of curry side dishes. We thought we were early but there was already a queue of people even when the stall is getting ready for business.
Jalan Ipoh is dotted with Bak Kut Teh restaurants and Leng Kee happens to be one of them. They are usually very busy and if you are driving along the said road at night, you won't miss the large crowd of customers enjoying their meals under the colorful umbrellas. In fact, we were drawn to eating here because of that.
With a bit of exploring you will find that Sentul actually has a lot of good places to eat. Some are still relatively unknown and I hope to get those covered in future. But let’s start with one of the more popular ones around – Lau Heong seafood restaurant. Don’t get me wrong though I […]
If you liked dining at a private, Zen-ish restaurant such as Subak then you will surely like Samira as well. Nestled deep in the Sentul Park, Samira is a Thai restaurant set within a tropical atmosphere surrounded with lush greeneries. If you are wondering, the restaurant is located just opposite the KL Performance Arts Center, […]