Pudu Fried Radish Cake Wai Sek Kai

Fried Radish Cake (Char Koay Kak) @ Pudu Wai Sek Kai

If you're a first timer to Pudu's wai sek kai and not sure what to eat, you should head directly to the fried radish cake (char koay kak) stall at the first junction of the street. A pair of brothers run the stall and they take turn to man the wok.

Sulaiman’s Cendol and Rojak @ Pudu

One cendol I had recently that satisfied my picky taste buds is Sulaiman's cendol. Surprisingly, it is located in Pudu - hidden from the street view at an unassuming corner of this Chinese enclave. If you don't look hard enough, you will probably miss it.
Ding Heong Golden Apam Balik Pudu

Ding Heong Golden Apam Balik 鼎香黄金煎弄包 @ Pudu

Ding Heong is one of the few surviving apam balik truck in KL that's still doing well. To stay relevant to the ever changing consumer tastes, Ding Heong also offers a whole lot of non-conventional pancakes with various stuffing - almost like a pizza.
Sin Hiap Kee Fish Head Curry Pudu

Chinese-Indian Curry @ Restoran Sin Hiap Kee, Pudu

Sin Hiap Kee looks like any unassuming kopitiam at first, but it's more than meets the eye. What's popular here are Indian-style curries interestingly prepared by a Chinese couple. There's one thing you should consider before eating here though, that is their price is similar, and maybe even higher than the Nasi Kandar chains.

Pan Mee 清香肉菇板面 Opposite Shaw Parade, Off Jalan Pudu

Our previous visit to Keong Kee Herbal Soup was great and we enjoyed the home-style dishes. But after that we had this constant nagging feeling that we should go back for the other more...

Kei Suk Wantan Mee 基叔云吞面家 @ Restoran Good Friend, Pudu

For something as ubiquitous as wantan mee, you'd think it's easy to find one that's delicious. Not really. After trying dozens of mediocre ones, I think I have finally found one that I feel is good enough worthy of recommending - Kei Suk's (Uncle Kei) wantan mee stall in Pudu.

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