Petaling Street or China Town is no doubt one of the most popular neighborhood in Malaysia. It is a bustling market with lots of stalls for both dry goods and food. Many food stalls have been in the same spot for many years making it one of the best places to eat cheap, tasty and authentic local food in Malaysia.

China Town Seng Kee
This roast pork noodles is one of their signature dishes. Loving the sweet garlic sauce! Street food at its best!

Koon Kee Wantan Mee

This restaurant has won the heart of KL foodies for several decades with its bouncy and thin noodles which are handmade daily. Aside from roasted BBQ pork, you can opt for poached chicken for accompaniments.
Ah Loy Apang Balik 
Located right infront of Koon Kee Wanton Mee. The apang balik is generously filled with coarsely ground peanuts. Love the crispy edges! 

River Prawn Hor Fun
(Located right infront of KK Store) 
Simply Satisfying. You should not miss their prawn wontons as the prawns are really big and fresh! Even the broth is really simply flavorful and delicious!

Hong Kee Claypot Chicken Rice
 Claypot chicken rice cooked on charcoal pot is getting rare in KL. Hong Kee has been around for more than a decade. Great Claypot chicken rice that is cooked with thick dark soya sauce.
Restoran Nasi Ayam Kam Kee
Authentic satisfying Hainanese chicken rice which will definitely satisfy your taste buds! Wonderfully cooked rice and amazingly cooked tender chicken. 

Nam Heong Chicken Rice
Nam Heong Chicken Rice Restaurant serves authenthic Hainanese Chicken Rice since 1938. Chicken rice was flavorful and the chicken was juicy and tender. 

Ho Kow Hainam Kopitiam 
A newly opened store from the original roadside stand, been here for around 60 years. The peanut and kaya bun has a unqiue texture and an unusually pleasant taste to the mouth. 

Lai Foong Lala Noodle 

Mouthwatering bowl of noodles with aplenty clams. The soup base is sumptuous and tasty. 

Restaurant Kim Lian Kee  
Comfortable classical setting in Petaling Street to enjoy traditional Chinese dishes. The Hokkien mee here is tasty and you should give it a try. 

Hon Kee Porridge 

The porridge is smooth, silky and served hot off the stove which is why the fish is served separately for you to stir the raw fish in the hot pipping porridge. The raw fish is very fresh. 


Kim Lian Kee

One of the best chee cheong fun I’ve ever had! Good old-fashioned chee cheong fun served in the traditional way with just sweet and spicy sauce and topped with generous amount of sesame seed.

Madam Tang Muah Chee Queen
One of the best muah chee i have ever tasted. The muah chee is not too hard or too soft. The crusted nuts topping is the best! 
Madras Lane Yong Tau Foo























Each piece of yong tau foo costs RM1.40. The fish ball is soft and big.Tasty soup to sip along.

Air Mata Kuching
It only sells one particular drink which is “Luo Han Guo Longan Drink”. If you haven’t, you should definitely try it out. It is always a great thirst quencher after walking especially under the hot sun.
Kim Soya Bean
Kim Soya Beam is another equally popular drinks stall in Petaling Street. Their “Tau Fu Fa” is heavenly smooth!
Merchant’s Lane
Merchant’s Lane cafe is really spreading good vibes which is worth a visit or more. It’s located right next to ATC college and above a stationery shop.
Chocha Foodstore
Great fine and a quiet space away from the bustling street market. Asian-influenced flavors feature on the modern menu of this calm and trendy cafe venue. 

Niko Neko Matcha 2.0
Niko Neko represents a harmony of modern minimalism and traditional Japanese tea. From its highest quality artisanal tea to its design, the meticulously thought out procedure is uniquely crafted to satisfy your very expectations.

Lim Kee Cafe 
A small speciality cafe with vintage interior attached to hotel Tian Jing. Not many food options as they only serve butter kaya roasts and boiled eggs.

Da Bao
Da Bao serves modern Baos & rice bowls with a twist. Da Bao serves big and fluffy Baos accompanied with creative fillings. They also have a “not-so-hidden” bar upstairs.