Because of the many greeneries and tall structures that populate Kuala Lumpur, you would think that the capital city of Malaysia is devoid of any heart and soul, but that is actually not the case. In fact, the contrary is actually true.
The city is rife with so many different food establishments that one cannot simply just try them all due to the sheer number. But, this is not to say that people do not have recommendations.
In today’s article, I will talk about some of the best places to eat in Kuala Lumpur. Dining alone can be a lonely experience, so you may want to have a girl escort come with you on your food journey as well.
Lot 10 Hutong Food Court
This is one of the best food courts in Malaysia and is definitely your first stop during the day. That is because once the mall opens, you can start to sample some of the amazing foods that they have on offer.
The pathway is a bit narrow, especially if you are a bigger fellow. However, there is no shortage of amazing eats as different stalls offer different foods depending on their specialty.
The Lot 10 Food Court is a tourist-friendly space so you do not have to worry about being robbed or anything. Just eat some food and enjoy your experience.
There are so many food establishments in Kuala Lumpur that serve local Malay dishes, but if you really want to eat the best, do not find them in Mamak stalls in the streets of
Malaysia, head on over to the Makan House.
It is located in Jalan Bangsar and they serve some of the most amazing Beef Rendang, pineapple prawn curry, and some delicious cendol as well.
Cendol is a great snack or dessert since it is shaved ice that is topped with your favorite ingredients. Since the Malaysian weather can get really hot at times, I definitely urge
you to buy some cendol as well.
The Ganga Café
If you want to sample some Indian Cuisine, you can find a lot of them in Little India in
Brickfields. But be warned, their eating places are not as fancy as some of the restaurants in Kuala Lumpur but you can definitely bet that their dishes are amazing.
Anyway, if you want a place that is more pronounced and established, go to Ganga Café. This place serves some of the best Indian cuisines in the metro. The staff is friendly and the chef is willing to alter your order at your behest.
Of course, what better way to end your day than to hang out with friends and babes, right? Kuala Lumpur is full of different nightspots but there are some that I would recommend more than others.
Head on over to PS150 if you want to get some of the best and most unique cocktails in the city. The Marini’s on 57 is also a great place to drink as you can have a majestic view of the entire city while you’re sipping on your favorite alcoholic beverage.