Lai Foong Lala Noodles

Lala Noodles @ Kedai Kopi Lai Foong, Petaling Street

In the weekdays, Lai Foong coffee shop is one of our favorite places for lunch. Essentially, three of the food stalls are more popular than the rest. Among all, the beef noodle is the...
Lian Bee Hokkien Mee Petaling Street KL

Lian Bee Hokkien Mee 联美福建面 @ Petaling Street

Lian Bee Hokkien Mee is a real hole in the wall. Located in one of the sketchiest part of KL, this is not the place you want to bring your date. Think roaches and...
Kim Lian Kee Hokkien Mee Restaurant Petaling Street

Kim Lian Kee Hokkien Mee @ Petaling Street

Kim Lian Kee has passed its prime and those days when they were the "to go to" restaurant for Hokkien Mee are long gone. Now, it's a tourist trap filled with foreign workers and poor souls who are completely clueless about how a decent Hokkien Mee should taste like.
Bunn Choon Egg Tart Petaling Street KL

Bunn Choon Egg Tarts @ Petaling Street, KL

While most people are still going gaga over half baked cheese tarts, we opted to have something more traditional - egg tarts. For that matter, Bunn Choon bakery at Petaling Street makes inarguably the best egg tarts in KL.

Famous Kim Soya Bean @ Petaling Street, KL

Visitors to Petaling Street, locals and tourists alike will be tempted to cool off with a cup of the famous 'air mata kucing'. Kim Soya Bean is another equally popular drinks stall in the area selling soya bean milk and Tau Fu Fah. Started as a family business about half a century ago, the stall is now run by the second generation.
Curry Laksa Madras Lane Petaling Street KL

Curry Laksa @ Madras Lane, Petaling Street KL

Madras Lane is popular for two things - curry laksa and yong tau fu. But there are three noodle stalls in this small hawker centre. Peculiarly enough, all of them have pretty much the same menu and that includes curry laksa. So, which one should you go for?

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