Double Seven's dai chao stall is now our go-to place whenever we feel like having a proper meal, yet won't put a dent in the wallet. We have our dinner here almost on a weekly basis and we have never been disappointed.
Tian Fatt was my next stop for KL-style Char Koay Teow. Like Fei Lou's in Jinjang, fresh cockles are also available; though you need to be specific if that's what you want. Otherwise, you'd get a a normal looking CKT that doesn't distinguish itself from the rest.
Kim Kia sells pan mee and pan mee only. That's why they call themselves the pan mee specialist. It used to be a stall but with the overwhelming support of their customers, they moved into a proper shop located just a stone's throw away from its original spot. Waiting time could get excruciating so make sure you are not in a hurry before eating here.
QQ BBQ Steamboat is a popular hot pot and grill restaurant in Kepong. Our first visit here was a couple years ago and the experience was below par. But a recent revisit showed that the variety and quality of the food have improved, so much so that I'd rank it as one of the better buffet restaurants out there currently.
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.