1- Nasi Limak
Nasi Limak stands firmly at the top of most of the locals’ favorite menu. It is a dish made with coconut flavored rice, with boiled eggs, fried peanuts, anchovies and a spicy shrimp sauce on the side, you will find this dish which is sold in fine restaurants at a small price and even sellers on the side of the road for less than 1 Malaysian ringgit. The high price does not guarantee a good dish from this dish and we have found that Village Park Nasi Lemak in Damansara Utama in Jaya Petaling is really the best.
Hours of Operation: From 7:00 am until 8:00 pm Monday to Saturday; 07:00 – 18:00 Sunday and public holidays

Address: 5, Jalan SS21 / 37, Damansara Uptown, Petaling Jaya, Damansara Utama, 47400
Phone: +603 7710 7860

2- Satay
Satay is a popular delicacy in Malaysia, and is basically pieces of grilled meat marinated overnight before grilling over charcoal fire. The marinade consists of lemon grass, turmeric, coriander, leeks, garlic and hot pepper, as well as some honey to give the meat a slightly sweet taste. Served with peanut sauce, a favorite satay can be found at the Capital Café along Jalan Tuanku Abdul Rahman in Kuala Lumpur, just minutes from Jamaic Mosque Station. Known for more than 50 years, this kiosk uses the recipe of old generations inherited from father to son.
Working hours: From 5 pm until 9 pm
Address: 213 Jalan Tuanku Abdul Rahman, Kuala Lumpur

3- Assam Laxa
A plate of pasta soaked in hot broth, made with mackerel chips, tamarind juice, pepper, mint leaves, lemon, onion and pineapple, Assam Laxa definitely wins the affection immediately, even if you are not a fan of spicy food. Although it is very high in spice levels, the light texture of transparent broth with creamy and strong glass pasta (plus the accompanying sweet shrimp dough, with mixture with soup), makes it a very relaxing and refreshing meal. Our favorite place in Kuala Lumpur is the O & S restaurant at Taman Paramount.
Hours of Operation: 07:00 – 15:00
Address: 39, Jalan 14/14, Paramount Gardens, 46300 Petaling Jaya
Phone: 603 7876 1488

4- Roti Jala
A mixture of pasta and desserts, Roti Jala is a yellow-net crepe, made with rice flour, with almost gelatin consistency. It is often presented as a substitute for rice, and is particularly popular during celebrations. Cooked on a hot tray, the square-shaped crepe comes with a variety of side meals, from the thick and delicious regular chicken curry with potatoes, or chicken and beef, to dry Indian lamb boxes, or even a chicken nugget (a largely showy curry with yogurt ). Although it is most prevalent during celebrations in Malaysia in open celebration homes, you can still find restaurants that offer a good jala roti in Kuala Lumpur, such as Nyona Colors.
Hours of Operation: 10:00 – 22:00
Address: 2nd Floor, KLCC, Jalan P Ramley, Kuala Lumpur City Center
Phone: +313 2164 603

5- Mai Repos
It is also called “Mi Jawa”, this dish of creamy yellow noodles immersed in thick thick beef broth. Clear brown broth doesn’t get all the ingredients together, which includes tofu squares, sweet potatoes, bean sprouts, half a boiled egg, fried onions, sliced ​​peppers, and roasted peanuts. In our opinion, the best to offer in Kuala Lumpur can be found in Rosli Mee Rebus, a kiosk located along Jalan India Mosque.
Hours of Operation: 9:30 AM to 4:30 PM, from Monday to Saturday
Address: Lorong Bunus 4, opposite Jalan Mosque of India, 50100, Kuala Lumpur
Phone: 3171 280 6019

6- Nassi Kerabo
The blue color mixed with rice in this Malaysian dish may seem strange, but it does nothing that detracts from its taste. To achieve its distinctive color, rice is mixed with blue pea flower, while lemon, caviar leaves and salt give it its delicious taste. Accompanying side dishes of mackerel chips with grated coconut, crunchy fried fish from turmeric or beef, coconut sauce, salted eggs and nuts, it’s a delicious and delicious choice for breakfast among locals. The best restaurant can be found in Sooka Sentral (next to the main transportation station) in the Kuala Lumpur Sentral area.
Hours of Operation: 07:30 – 15:00
Address: Sokka Central, Level 1, Jalan Stesen Central, Kuala Lumpur
Phone: 603 2785 1945

7- Nasi Göring Kampung
Nasi Gork Kampung is a comfortable Malaysian food. Fried Rice Platter With Traditional Eggs Scrambled With Rice, In addition to vegetables like spinach, long cubes of onion. With the introduction of crunchy fried anchovies, cut chicken and leeks. There are many restaurants that do this dish, but we love the copy made by Rosdet Tomyam at Kampung Baru, which is served with shrimp sauce (shrimp paste), fried chicken, fried salad with pineapple, onion and fried eggs.
Address: 5, 160, Jalan Abdul Rahman Idris, Chow Kate, 50300 Kuala Lumpur
Phone: +901 6 908 2454

8- Otak utak
A dumpling made from steamed seafood mousse inside a rectangular bag of woven banana leaves, an important part of the Malay culture. It consists of Spanish mackerel fish slices with kaduk leaves, mixed with spices such as lemon grass, galangal and turmeric. Our favorite version of this dish can be found at Songket Restaurant along Jalan Yap Kwan Seng in Kuala Lumpur, where the taste of fish pilantikan stands out.
Hours of Operation: From 12 noon to 3 pm Monday to Friday and from 6 pm until 11 pm. From 5 pm until 11 pm on Saturday, Sunday and public holidays
Address: No. 29, Jalan Yap Kuan Seng, 50450 Kuala Lumpur
Phone: 603 2161 3331

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