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Burpple Guides, Hidden Gem, Local Delights Best Places To Eat In Sri Petaling Almost a year after we attempted to eat our way through Sri Petaling, we set off to the foodie neighboorhood once again in search of more restaurants to join the ranks. From a few old gems for tasty tai chow and claypot chicken rice to a fresh new take on Japanese ramen and a handy lunch spot for homemade Hakka noodles, here’s what we sussed out in this freshly updated guide!

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One of the better poke bowls around with cauliflower rice option, which means a more premium price.

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Quite overpriced in my opinion. I couldn’t bring myself to order a poke bowl for almost RM30 when I can get a good one from other poke bowl places for RM20 or less. So I had the above pictured instead, which was already RM26. While it was delicious, with roasted yellow peppers mixed in, the prices just don’t do it for me.

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Sarawak laksa is a Sarawakian noodle dish consisting of bee hoon (rice vermicelli) served in a sambal coconut broth made with tamarind, lemongrass, galangal, served with shredded chicken, prawns, beansprouts, shredded omelette, with a side of sambal and lime.

The Sarawak laksa here had quite a heart broth, especially if you prefer than medium bodied curry as opposed to the thicker or lighter version. The dish was served with 2 fresh prawns and shredded egg, but the broth itself was a standout, with the laksa paste itself being imported from Sarawak. People who are familiar with Sarawak laksa will see it as more of a Chinese Sarawak laksa than a Malay Sarawak laksa. This is easily one of the best kept secrets where Sarawakians tend to not tell their peninsular counterparts about. The queue is fairly long so do go early.

💵 RM6.00 / serving
💫 5 / 5
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Saltish Parma ham, rich fontina, sweet and earthy artichokes, tart tomatoes and bitter rocket leaves — all packed between pesto-brushed ciabatta. For a very tasty sandwich with well balanced flavours, bet on this!

🤔 Maybe not. .
Roti goyang (RM6): Roti bakar with butter and kaya, and shaking eggs on top (if you shake it lol). Nice try! .
Nasi lemak ayam berempah (RM13), I would rate 2.5 out of 5. Village park nasi lemak remains on top of my list still..
Bihun with potato curry (RM7) okok only. .
Cham ice (RM3.5) was thick enough.


Again, I love bread. So the idea of eating cured meats and cheeses with bread is a dream. If you need help, the friendly staff will guide you in ordering your meats and cheeses or if anything, it’s all written on the chalkboard. The pastas and sandwiches are decent too, but I did notice that the pasta came out from a frozen packet. Granted it’s from Italy, I’m just not too sure how I feel about that. BUT it was tasty. Maybe just stick to the platters for now.


Nice quirky brunch place, love the ham and cheese sandwiches there.


Soon Kee Seafood Restaurant is A Hidden Gem Located at the cross junction Of Jalan 2/57D & Jalan 3/57D Segambut, Look for BHP Petrol Station as they are located behind the station. Famous for their Seafood Such As Stir Fried Sleepy Lobster With Ginger & Spring onion, Stew Loong Tan With Yam, Steam Groupa's And Many More Signature Dishes. Price is reasonable and it's not too expensive but be reminded to check the price before ordering. Coz for me I find cheap but you may find it expensive 😂. They are open for lunch and dinner. I would rate this restaurant 8/10 👍👍👍