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Look to this gorgeous double-storey cafe for celebration meals with your girlfriends. We're loving the glasshouse concept made even prettier with cosy rattan furniture and fresh plants and flowers tucked in corners. Portions here are large, so we suggest ordering to share. Start with the Happy Harvest (RM28), a platter of seasonal veggies picked from their very own urban farming lab on the first floor. On mains, the house recommended ‘Lala’ Land (RM28), their version of spaghetti vongole with a spicy sauce made with Bentong ginger, is worth an order. End on a sweet note with a slice of Kuih Gulung (RM22), gula Melaka-infused with pandan kaya lava and vanilla ice cream.

A cool kopitiam has popped up in Sunway Mentari – spot cute cartoon-esque drawings of kopitiam grub like kopi o and chicken rice on the walls here. You’ll find standard hawker food like Curry Mee (RM7), Chicken Rice (RM7) and Bak Kut Teh (RM14) but we especially enjoyed the Chee Cheong Fun (RM1.20, a piece) in delicious curry gravy. Alternatively, look to the all-day breakfast menu featuring classic eggs with toast and croissants. Order the Ham & Egg Croissant (RM7.90) for a delicious combination of flaky croissant, perfectly fried egg and ham – what’s not to love? Wash it down with a hot cup of Cham (RM2.40).

Nasi lemak fried chicken set (RM14.80)
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Gula Melaka Trinity Tea RM5.50
Roasted Chicken Rice RM12.80
Nam Heong Chicken Sou RM3.80

This on the other hand really needed a spice boost despite the ayam percik and belacan Melaka given. Another cant-fault dish but we just found it really strange that the belacan wasn’t spicy at all. Loved the sweet ayam percik sauce tho; we finished every last bit of it. Very generous serving size too so bring a friend to share this with!

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What a gorgeous new spot in Bangsar South! Think rattan furniture, fresh plants and flowers and enclosed with floor-to-ceiling glass windows that invite natural light. The menu sees a mix of Western and Asian dishes. Went with this recommended pasta dish and was shocked (in a good way) with the amount of clams given! We asked to tone down the heat but still found it rather spicy, but that could also be coming from the Bentong ginger.

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Love that the new thing for kopitiams is to serve croissants! Flaky pastry on the croissant, perfectly fried egg and savoury ham slice – what’s not to love? You know you’ll need a cup of coffee or tea to go with it.


This is not my first time to have my breakfast here, I come here purposely just for the Chinese "Fried Ma Ti Gao" , is only RM1.10 per pieces. Their stall is open inside this shop. For me, theirs "Fried Ma Ti Gao" is the best in KL & PJ. Strongly recommend to have their "Fried Ma Ti Gao" , "Youtiao" & "Xian Jian Bing".

8.5/10 ( Fried Ma Ti Gao)

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Mention this kopitiam to any KL-ite, and they’ll say you must have the La La Bee Hoon (RM10). Each portion sees delicate noodles in a fragrant broth of ginger, chilli and Chinese wine, crowned with a truckload of fresh clams. On rainy days, this dish truly hits the spot. If you’re here with a meat-loving friend, point them to the popular Beef Noodles (RM10), which Burppler Michelle T. declares one of the best in KL (alongside Shin Kee Beef Noodles that's also on this list!).
Photo by Burppler Shaowei Ho

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Some of Petaling Street’s most well-loved makan spots can be found on this busy lane. There’s asam laksa, curry laksa and yong tau foo to devour, and since you shouldn't have to choose just one, bring the whole family along to share a feast. Burppler Sauda Ng’s pick is the Curry Laksa (from RM7), while Burppler Sok Chien Lim is a fan of the fresh Yong Tau Foo (RM1.50, a piece). While you're at it, add on an order of Chee Cheong Fun (from RM3) from the neighbouring stall bathed in a duo of sweet soy and chilli sauce. Pro tip: It's stuffy in here, so dress lightly.
Photo by Burppler Sok Chien Lim

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Bookmark this simple yet downright delicious porridge along Jalan Hang Lekir for a solid breakfast before the work day begins (they're open from 4am!). Get the signature Raw Fish Porridge (RM7) that comes piping hot and drizzled with sesame oil. Throw in the accompanying raw slices of carp, fresh ginger and coriander, stir and enjoy. Other favourites on the menu include the Crispy Innards Porridge (RM5.50) and the Homemade Pork Ball Porridge (RM5.50).

You’ll hear this stall before you see it: The speakers connected to Madam Tang’s muah chee cart blares a recording of her saying "Top quality, silky smooth muah chee" in Cantonese. Order the muah chee by the box (RM5), and watch as she cuts and shapes the soft and chewy glutinous rice balls to order. For the finishing touch, she coats them generously in finely chopped peanuts. Madam Tang also makes other funky muah chee flavours like Ribena, Pandan and Lychee. Get them in a variety pack for only RM5!

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