Food trail Kuala Lumpur, Part 1!

What to do in Kuala Lumpur? Go on a food trail, and EAT.

Have an empty stomach, get a bunch of friends, hop into a car. Since I was knocked out from a crazy night out at Bukit Bintang the night before, I woke up LATE. In the end, we could only cover a few items:

  1. Roti Babi, 10:00am
  2. Chilli Pan Mee, 11:00am
  3. Siew Yok / Shio Bak / Roasted Pork, 12:30pm (See Part 2)
  4. Coffee, 2:40pm (See Part 2)
  5. Tissue Prata & Maggi Goreng, 5:30pm
  6. Fairlady Frappe, 8:30pm

(Yes, could have been more…but I was about 2 hours later than scheduled =P)

Roti Babi Yut Kee 鎰記茶餐室
35 Jalan Dang Wangi  50100 Kuala Lumpur

Roti Babi

Funny name. Risk being whacked if you say “Roti Babi” in front of Muslim friends! Soft french toast bread with fragments of pork and onion. It was nice..but I don’t know what warrants the RM$7.50 we paid for… More expensive than a Macs burger!

The place was crowded! They also had pork chops, noodles, etc..everything that you would find in a HK Cha Chan Teng I reckon.

Yut Kee Kopitiam

Review Summary
Cuisine: Asian, Chinese

Price: Affordable
Style: Kopitiam / Casual Neighbourhood
Mood: Noisy, Down-to-earth
Service: Normal

Chilli Pan Mee Restoran Super Kitchen
33, Jalan Dewan Sultan Sulaiman 1, off Jalan Tunku Abdul Rahman, 50300, Kuala Lumpur

Chili Pan Mee Chili Flakes

Dried handmade noodles with minced meat, fried shallots, topped with a bright yellow runny. Depending on your threshold for spice, sprinkle desired amount of dried chili flakes. An explosion of spice, crunch, soft, savour and slight sweetness in your mouth. I LOVED IT.

Being a ban mian fan, this was something I’ve never tasted before – a unique blend of ingredients put together.

There was only another table occupied when we were there. It is usually fully packed on weekdays apparently.

Restoran Super Kitchen

Review Summary
Cuisine: Asian, Chinese

Price: Cheap
Style: Kopitiam / Casual Neighbourhood
Mood: Down-to-earth
Service: Normal

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