No. 1-9, Jalan Alor, Off Jalan Bukit Bintang
Kuala Lumpur 50200

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05:30pm - 04:30am

05:30pm - 04:00am


05:30pm - 04:00am

05:30pm - 04:00am

05:30pm - 04:00am

05:30pm - 04:30am

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Come to Jalan Alor to experience dining in bustling streetside restaurants. Here, you'll find Cantonese-style dishes to share, satay (grilled meat on skewers) and even the infamous durian fruit. Look out for Wong Ah Wah — you're here for their succulent BBQ Chicken Wings (from RM3.30 a pair). This restaurant has been around for decades, churning out consistently grilled-to-perfection wings that are lightly charred yet juicy as ever. While the wings will satisfy, make it a complete meal with Roasted Pork Noodles (from RM15), sweet-spicy Kam Heong Lala (from RM10) and Salted Egg Squid (from RM20) to share. P.S. They're open till 4am, so bookmark this spot for late-night suppers!
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Nestled in Jalan Alor Street for over 70 years, Restoran Wong Ah Wah is a Chinese Zi Char restaurant which has grown from a humble stall to a total of 5 stalls in present, residing side by side in a single row. Famous for their barbecued chicken wings, it’s undoubtedly a must-order dish at every table for both locals and tourists.

Grilled to perfection with a slight char on the skin, the meat was juicy and succulent, with a tantalising smoky aroma. Sedap! #whatisdigestingKL
Rating: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

The staple that I always order when I visit this place. A comforting plate of noodle with special soy sauce and topped with roasted pork.


For the juicy succulent flavourful chicken wing in the tourist area of Jalan Alor.

Really appreciate that they do maintain their quality over the years and wasn't affected by the growth of business.

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Fried mee tai mak with squid, eggs, bean sprouts. Taste the wok hei that brings you back to old Singapore!


Wong ah Wah is most famous for their chicken wings and their restaurant is 5 units big. always very crowded.
i said to myself, it’s gonna be like chomp chomp or bedok 85 kind. but holy, it’s very VERY juicy, fragrant, lightly charred and tender. i don’t even need to pair it with chili sauce... yeah but it’s very unhealthy. best best bbq charcoal chicken wing i have ever tried!! other dishes that were good are the Kam Heong Lala and Dried chilli fried with Frog. I also tried the Salted egg Sotong and Hokkien mee, quite disappointing. gonna miss their chicken wing 😭