ICC Pudu
Jalan 1/77C, Pudu
Kuala Lumpur 55100

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Sunday:
09:00am - 06:30pm

Monday:
Closed

Tuesday:
09:00am - 06:30pm

Wednesday:
09:00am - 06:30pm

Thursday:
09:00am - 06:30pm

Friday:
09:00am - 06:30pm

Saturday:
09:00am - 06:30pm

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Reviews

From the Burpple community

ICC Pudu has a wide variety of food stalls which makes it difficult to decide where to eat at. I tried this stall because I saw a long queue and decided to join it. The tea was really smooth and has a unique taste to it. They were also really thick and the iced version wasn’t diluted at all. These two cups cost RM4. I would think this is a lot better than Ah Weng Koh’s tea, which is more expensive and supposedly more famous.

I like the yong tau foo here as it’s not your usual run of the mill. He makes his own and you can get stuffed lotus roots, four angled beans and my favourite is the flat foo chuk skins stuffed with minced meat. Due to some system which demarcated the stalls, sadly I can’t have my coffee and this at the same time. Some rules about having to order from the stalls which the coffee was from. Well, no issues, it just means we have two breakfasts in one sitting. Honestly, these rules are silly. In this day and age...

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Still as good as ever with the crunchy bits and a good cup of Hainan coffee to wash it all down.

4 Likes

Finally visited the ICC where the old Imbi market has moved to. This is one of our favourite stalls, found in the cluster where Ah Weng Koh is at.

3 Likes

The best hainan tea in KL. Also not forget to try their roti bakar.

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Bright and early, locals and tourists alike gather at Imbi Market for authentic Malaysian delights. If you don't order Ah Weng Kor's Hainanese kopi, traditional kaya butter toast and soft-boiled eggs, you will be missing out on something great. Dip the perfectly-toasted bread into the soft eggs for that perfect bite. For something heavier, go for the curry pork skin nasi lemak. If you’re not used to spicy food for breakfast, try the steamed chicken with noodles in ginger paste, and end your meal with good ol’ Bunn Choon mini egg tarts and apam balik. Still have some space? The SisterS Crispy Popiah should be your last stop before you explode from all the goodness you've consumed!

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