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Local Delights, Burpple Guides 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!
Local Delights, Burpple Guides 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!
Local Delights, Burpple Guides 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.
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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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To be honest, I’d be happy to sit and eat a jar of Li’s kaya with just a big old spoon. But when it comes wrapped in light and buttery sourdough croissants (sourced from Dew, Bangsar), how can I say no? If you want to get your hands on one - or five - of these Sourdough Kaya Croissants (RM12), you’ll have to mark your calendars as these are only available on weekends!

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Li’s House Rice Bowl (RM17.90) is culinarily engineered to feel like a warm hug in the form of steamed rice, topped with a generous portion of crispy chicken, served with a sous-vide soft egg and a drizzle of chilli mayo. If you’re feeling carnivorous, add on a side of pulled pork (RM4).

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Ordering the Pork Toast (RM9.90) is a no-brainer for me whenever I come to Li. Crunchy sourdough toast, a sinfully porky topping with a drizzle of chilli mayo on top makes this the perfect starter or accompaniment to your main meal.

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With outlets in Glenmarie and Happy Garden, Meng Kee is the place for juicy and melt-in-your-mouth char siew. Enjoy the Char Siew Wantan Noodles (from RM6) or the Chicken Hor Fun (RM6), and pile on an extra order of the sweet Char Siew (RM17) because a few pieces are never enough. They're open from 7.30am, so bookmark this spot for an early and hearty brekkie.
Photo by Burppler Fabian Poon

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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 Loh Shi 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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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 like Sarawak Laksa and Kolo Mee, this is definitely one destination you should put down on your must eat list.. I believe Aunty Christina used to operate out of a hawker stall in one of the kopitiam in Bangsar but she has her own shop now in Paramount.. Kolo Mee start from RM7 and the Special Sarawak Laksa RM12

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