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Recommended lists of Best Chinese Food & Restaurants in Kuala Lumpur, 2018
Burpple Guides, Chinese Best Places For Chinese Food in SS2 We revisit the gem-filled neighbourhood to discover another pool of foolproof places for Chinese cuisine! Whether you need a bowl of silky noodles for breakfast or a warming mee sua dinner when it's cold outside, count on this list for a slice of SS2's best Chinese.
Local Delights, Burpple Guides, Cheap & Good, Hawker Food, Chinese Best Chinese Eats Under RM25 In Subang Jaya There is more to 40-year-old Subang Jaya than cafes and colleges — take it from born-and-bred Subang girl, Tastemaker Amy Yeoh. For years, this neighbourhood has been home to her and her family of foodies, and a household haven for tasty Chinese eats that comfort the soul without hurting your wallet. From Hokkien mee with plenty wok hei to traditional pan mee and Klang-standard bak kut teh, let Amy lead you into her 'hood of pocket-friendly Chinese delights!
Dim Sum, Burpple Guides, Chinese, Good For Groups Best Dim Sum In KL Whether we're sitting on plastic stools as carts chock-full of dainty delights swivel by or in air-conditioned restaurants ordering using a pen and a chit, dim sum has always been a tradition close to our hearts. Choices are aplenty in the city and to get you from dreaming 'sum' to eating 'sum', we've narrowed the list down to these 10 best places in Klang Valley. This guide is all that and dim sum!
Local Delights, Burpple Guides, Hawker Food, Late Night, Chinese Bukit Bintang's Best: Jalan Alor Eats At bustling Jalan Alor, your abundant choices for street eats stretches from one end of the street to the other. Let us lead you to the best picks, from divine roast pork noodles to delicious grilled fish and drunken chicken noodles!
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Lai Foong Restaurant @Pasar Seni is famous for the food that they served. As each dishes is below RM10.
The Beef Noodles @LaiFoong is superb and awesome. Especially the soup was tasty and had an appetizing flavor derived from the pickled vegetable. Beside that, the Lala soup at Lai Foong is also worth too try.

I would said that this is one of the best beef noodles in KL. If you wanted to try others beef noodles at Pasar Seni do also visit the Shin Kee Beef Noodles which located opposite Lai Foong Restaurant.

Lai Foong Beef Noodle
138, Jalan Tun H.S.Lee, Kuala Lumpur
Wilayah Persekutuan, 50000
Operating hours: 630am - 930pm
Tel: 03-2072-8123

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Long-time neighbourhood favourite Restoran Goon Wah pulls in the crowds for two signature dishes: XO Fish Head Noodles (from RM15) and Claypot Lou Shu Fun (from RM15). The sweet Gingko Soybean Barley Soup (from RM15) makes for a nice finish after the wholesome meal. Pro tip: Swing by before noon as the place fills up quickly for lunch.
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Nestled in an old shoplot down the road from Goon Wah, Soon Lei is the lesser known but just as good (if not better!) spot for aromatic Fish Noodles (from RM13) and Claypot Lou Shu Fun (from RM8). Expect traditional Chinese grub rarely found on other menus, such as the Pumpkin Fried Glass Noodles (from RM9) and Stir-Fried Rice Cakes (from RM7).
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Seafood is all the rage at Restoran Sin Chua Kee, so Crabs (from RM48) are a must-order. Go with the thick, creamy butter sauce, which the steamed mantaos will come in handy to help scoop up every last drop. Coming in a big group? Get also the Aromatic Spicy Fried Brinjal (RM20), Sichuan Chicken (RM55) and Ham Choi Braised Fish (RM64) to share.
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Open till 2am, this small restaurant doles out food big on flavour! Best-sellers include the Sichuan Spicy Chicken Dice (RM42) and Sichuan Boiled Fish with Pickled Cabbage (RM40), both of which go well with the Egg Rice (RM16). It's also a one-stop shop for Sichuan barbecue after 6pm, with a variety spanning goodies like Lean Sliced Pork (RM5) and Yellow Croaker Fish (RM8).
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This is not just a normal Kuey Teow Soup(RM6), their soup broth is super great as they add in crispy pork lard, fish ball and chicken slice. You must have a try because this is the BEST Kuey Teow Soup I have in PJ & KL.

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I like the savoury croissant (ham and fried egg: RM6.90), unlike those fancy ones in cafes which you will have tonnes of stuff in it- sometimes “simple and back to basic” is still the best. This is the kind of croissant people don’t mind having regularly for breakfast. .
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Note: if you’re not croissant lover, you may opt for ham and fried egg sandwich, and it’s make/only-when-you-order. Not many kopitiam prepares that and I personally think this is a plus point (since mostly serving kaya and butter toast only)
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If you’re a fan of the spicy and numbing noodles, this would be the right place to dig in. On the bottom right is the Steamed Chicken with chilli oil (口水鸡) which serves in a generous portion compared to the restaurant next door.

The shop served great signature sauna mee which is clear soup noodle that is cooked in a stone bowl that is heated to 250°C. The mee will keep hot until the last slurp even for a slow eater. In the pot stuffed a lot of vege which provide a healthy lunch option for their customer. The downside was that choice of sauna mee with fish has only 4 tiny pieces of fish which is too little. Price: RM20/pax, Food: 8/10

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Goon Wah cooked nice sweet soup also. This was done great almost like the home cooked version. Price: RM15/pax, Food: 8/10

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This is the best of the best. Couldn't find another competitor. Stir your own and determine the dryness you like. The longer you leave it on the pot, the dryer it become and also more fragrant. Price: RM15/pax, Food: 10/10

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