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Eatery Walking Tour in Kuala Lumpur

Foodies tour for those who live to eat.
Rating: 5 out of 5 by EveryTrail members
Difficulty: Easy
Length: 4.287 miles
Duration: Full day
Family Friendly

Overview :  Malaysia is a haven for foodies, thanks to its citizens who have spiced up the food landscape of this multicultural country with their... more »

Tips:  Things to bring: A wide brim hat, sunscreen, drinking water and an empty stomach.

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Points of Interest

Begin this foodies/gourmet tour with breakfast at Yook Woo Hin Restaurant.

Established since 1928, this restaurant which is located in Chinatown (Petaling Street) is popular for its dim sum and other Chinese dishes like loh mai kai (chicken glutinous rice) Singapore fried bee hoon, chee cheung fun (rice noodle) which is served with a ladle of... More

Chinatown consists of pre-war shop houses and rows of stalls selling fake branded handbags, wallets, belts, watches, sunglasses and more. Apparels such as T-shirts and shorts are available in a wide variety too. Don't forget to bargain hard.

If you get thirsty whilst shopping, quench your thirst with a refreshing air mata kuching drink (contains ... More

if you ask a local where to get the best beef noodle soup in town, he/she would most probably point towards Kedai Kopi Lai Foong (literally means Lai Foong Coffee Shop). It is conveniently located near Chinatown (Petaling Street) and right next to Kotaraya shopping centre.

Besides its beef ball noodle, other popular dishes here include roasted... More

4. Restoran Santa (Chapati House)

Chapatis are unleavened flatbread originating from the Indian subcontinent. It is healthy and you can never get a more delicious chapati meal at Restoran Santa (Chapati House).

Chapatis served here are made fresh and hot from the skillet, and served with a variety of curries and side dishes. Just go to the counter and point at which curry and... More

Yut Kee Kopitiam is perpetually full of patrons, which is a testament of how good the food is. Specialising in Hainanese fare, people flock to this restaurant for its pork chop, pork bread/bun, lum mee and hailam mee, amongst others. Its toast bread and marble cake are also good recommendations.

The restaurant is located in a row of pre-war... More

Nasi lemak is a Malaysian favourite meal that can be consumed throughout the day. It comprises of rice cooked in coconut milk and served with sambal, fried anchovies and peanuts, cucumber and hard boiled egg.

Nasi Lemak Antarabangsa (translated to International Nasi Lemak) serves one of the most popular nasi lemak in town. Business have been good... More

Jalan Alor is the place for street food in Kuala Lumpur. The street is lined with restaurants and stalls selling mainly Chinese hawker fare. With so many types of food to choose from, your only problem would be deciding what to eat.

The restaurants and stalls on Jalan Alor are only opened in the evening till late night. Tables and chairs are... More