Recommended lists for Local Delights

Recommended lists of Best Local Delights in Kuala Lumpur, 2018
Burpple Guides, Local Delights Best Places To Eat In Sentul and Segambut Other than a common border, these intertwined neighbourhoods also share a similarly delicious reputation for local delights. Whether it's for everyday work lunches or a tai chow dinner with family and friends, these places for deeply satisfying chicken rice and soup, pork curry nasi lemak and XO seafood noodles will set you on your journey to Sentul and Segambut!
Burpple Guides, Local Delights Best Places To Eat In Kelana Jaya Kelana Jaya may be a small neighbourhood, but it's plenty big enough to boast a good number of great restaurants. We sized up the area to suss out these eight that fared best, from poached chicken rice to luxe seafood noodles and cheap and good Western food!
Burpple Guides, Local Delights Best Places To Eat In Brickfields In brilliantly boisterous Brickfields, a neighbourhood decked out in colourful lights and busy offices, a banana leaf rice eatery flourishes alongside a family restaurant for steamed rice and a roadside stall for frosty ice kacang. Keep this guide in your back pocket for the next time you get hungry for a good time in the 'Little India' that draws tourists and locals alike.
Burpple Guides, Local Delights Best Places To Eat In Section 17, Petaling Jaya Nestled in a quiet part of Petaling Jaya, long-standing neighbourhood Section 17 is a haven for oldies but goodies. The market strip alone has three coffeeshops, each famed for their own reasons — roasted chicken rice, aromatic char kuey teow and spot-on curry chee cheong fun. If that's not enough, there is also the bustling wai sek kai for supper and a rojak truck for tea!

Top 10 Places for Local Delights

Top 10 places for Local Delights

Latest Reviews for Local Delights

Latest Reviews of food and restaurants for Local Delights

Variety choices of Malaysian’s kuih, Tong Sui, and some savoury dishes here! Everything come with a perfect portion whereby we can order a bunch of foods and share among!

Drive pass this area on a raining morning and decided to give it a try. Ordered a mix of roasted chicken and steamed chicken together with a plate of chicken feet.

The roasted chicken cooked perfectly, it's so juicy and flavourful. Will highly recommend to give a try on their chicken feet, so crunchy and refreshing!

Tips: soup is self service.

The New kid in damansara uptown specialize in authentic peneng style CKT. A very straight forward menu that you can pick a regular CKT, a duck egg CKT, crab meat CKT or roasted pork CKT. All meal came with a free drink.

The queue at this place is crazy, we were lucky to be able to get a table in the restaurant and waited one hour for our meal. I overheard the waiter did told diner that came in at a later time that they will have to wait for almost 2hrs.

Verdict: I'm not sure is the CKT that awesome with the price that I pay and the time that I waited.

A hidden gem in Kota Kemuning! Charcoal Grill sits in coffee shop, Hoo Family, and they serve some of the best grilled pork ribs in town – I swear! The meat is so tender and super flavourful, especially after squeezing the fresh lime over it. Sides available include mashed potatoes, fries and salad, all of which are tasty too. There’s also grilled chicken chop and grilled lamb available.

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their coffee ☕️ are really good, however when it comes to food they are just normal

Opted for Chicken Curry Carbonara instead of Prawn Curry Carbonara. Creamy enough but not too “jelak” for a portion.

I would say it’s quite ambitious to open a restaurant specialise in CYF, and its in such a competitive area - Kepong/ Manjalara. Heard it’s first branch was in Subang. .
Clear soup is priced at RM8.80 (small), with additional RM1.20 for an egg. .
Taste good, but not to the extend of awesome or unforgettable. .
It was really crowded yesterday, perhaps everyone is curious about this new kid in town, and would like to give it a try. .
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KL Hokkien mee, Penang char kway teow, roast platter etc. Yes it's a food court, but decent place for local food in comfort.

Can never go wrong with South Indian food at this place. There is a reason why people queue for this all the time! We had the chicken biryani and there were generous servings of the very tasty fried bittergourd, cucumber, cabbage as well as chicken curry/ dal. We also ordered the Chicken 65 and lamb masala.

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Waited 30 minutes for this very generous serving of claypot chicken rice cooked over charcoal right outside the shop. The claypot chicken rice had a good mix of chicken, lup cheong and salted fish. We also had the fried chicken wings which was good as well.

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