Petaling Street is a treasure trove for foodies wanting to explore the many different flavours of Malaysian Chinese cuisine.
Kim Lian Kee Hokkien Mee
Considered the birth place of hokkien mee in Kuala Lumpur, Kim Lian Kee is an institution for foodies in the city. The thick noodles tossed in dark soya sauce is an absolute must-try for those visiting Petaling Street.
Koon Kee Wanton Mee
Koon Kee Restaurant has been open since 1942 and serves some of the best Wanton noodles in the city. Served with BBQ roasted pork and other condiments, these delicious fresh noodles are a favourite among locals.
Sze Ngan Chye Roast Duck
Sze Ngan Chye is well known for selling their crispy and succulent roast duck. Located in the middle of Petaling Street, this small stall has been serving loyal customers for over 5 decades and is a staple food stop in Chinatown.
Kim Soya Bean
Opposite the popular “Air Mata Kucing” drinks stall, you will find the equally as famous Kim Soya Bean selling refreshing soya bean milk and Tau Fu Fah pudding. This is a must-try dessert perfect for cooling down in the hot weather.
Madras Lane Yong Tao Foo
This busy stall located in the Madras Lane wet market sells freshly made Yong Tao Foo made from a wide selection of ingredients–deep fried stuffed vegetables with fish paste, fish balls, meatballs and so much more.
Hon Kee Porridge
A Cantonese classic, Hon Kee Porridge has been selling its famous Raw Fish Porridge for over 60 years and is currently run by the family’s third generation. The warm savoury porridge comes with a side of raw fish slices with house special soy sauce, ginger and coriander. It’s best to come early in the morning to try this Petaling Street special.