Best place to eat in KL

  • Central Market Kuala Lumpur - Best Tourist Attractions in KL

    Central Market or Pasar Seni it is popularly called is a traditional market that originated as a trading hub around 1880. Central Market is located in Jamek Masjid India which had a cluster of businesses in the early years of Kuala Lumpur City. This place was a central meeting point for traders from China, the Arab World, and Indian Sub-continent. 

  • Exploring Best Restaurants in Kuala Lumpur

    Kuala Lumpur Restaurants

    Kuala Lumpur offers a delightful blend of contemporary and traditional dining establishments, catering to a diverse range of international and ethnic groups. Throughout my visits to the city, I have had the pleasure of exploring a variety of restaurants spanning different price points. An intriguing aspect of Kuala Lumpur is the affordability of its food compared to other global cities.

    Many shopping malls feature food courts where you can savor local cuisine at pocket-friendly prices. Additionally, several upscale hotels boast a selection of restaurants serving up international and fusion dishes. Below, you'll find a compilation of intriguing dining spots I've had the pleasure of experiencing during my travels to Kuala Lumpur. This curated list includes a mix of traditional and modern eateries showcasing Malaysian, Indian, and Chinese culinary delights.

  • Precious Old China Restaurant Kuala Lumpur

    Precious Old China

    If you want to enjoy the charm and glory of colonial Kuala Lumpur, Precious Old China is an interesting restaurant nicely tucked away on the first floor of historical Central Market in Kuala Lumpur. The ambience is great and decor immediately transforms into a different era with dark coloured furniture and dimly lit interior. Different sections of the restaurant are decorated to reflect cultural motifs and designs of 1950's Chinese restaurants. The restaurant is spacious enough to accommodate over 100 guests. 

  • Sek Yuen - Oldest Kuala Lumpur Restaurant

    Sek Yuen

    Sek Yuen is an interesting find in Kuala Lumpur and was recommended to me by the owner of Restoran Yut Kee. Sek Yuen prides itself on being one of the few oldest Chinese restaurants serving Kuala Lumpur foodies for over 75 years. The restaurant specializes in serving crispy skin duck cooked over a wood-fired stove in a traditional Chinese style. 

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