Shaw Parade looks like an abandoned mall from inside out, but you'd be surprised by the amount of diners at Hee Lai Ton (Pudu) restaurant. Almost everyone is here for their dim sum.
If you are a beef noodle lover and you don't know about Yung Kee yet, then you need to make your way to Pudu to try it. Despite being relatively new, Yung Kee has been making waves with their HK-style beef noodle prepared with premium imported beef.
For years, San Peng Prawn Mee held the reputation as one of the best prawn mee in KL. Although I wasn't particularly keen on trying it after reading about it on other blogs, I still came for it - partly because I happen to be nearby one morning and suddenly remembered about this place.
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.
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.