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Restaurants You Need To Visit in Kuala Lumpur

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Kuala Lumpur in Malaysia is a beautiful place. It’s a thriving city full of diversity and life and it is a place which is ideal for a summer vacation with your partner or your family. If you fancy a visit to Kuala Lumpur this year or you have already booked one, you’ve come to the right place. Today we are going to take a look at some of the best restaurants in this city which make the most of fusion flavours from all over Asia.

Devi’s Corner
The first place we are going to look at is this lovely restaurant which serves all of its iconic food on banana leaves instead of plates. Here you will be able to enjoy the taste of southern India first hand and it will be something you definitely want to remember. Spices and succulent meats are all the range here and you can even eat using your fingers to get the full authentic experience of it all!

Restoran Husen Café
Whether you decide to stay in full service condos for rent or some of the budget-friendly hotels in the city, this next food establishment is one you don’t want to miss out on. It is a restaurant which caters to the budget savvy amongst you and it has that quaint Malaysian feel to it. You can enjoy Indian food, Malaysian fusion and English food 24 hours a day here, and you can choose between self-service or seated depending on what you fancy. This place has a bit of everything so it is a place you can definitely revisit once or twice during your stay.

Bakti Woodlands
If you are a big foodie and you have already done a little research into the area then Bakti Woodlands will likely be a name you recognise. This is often said to be one of the best restaurants in the area and it is the perfect place to come if you are looking for great food which screams Malaysia. Located near to  Masjid Jamek, it gives you an option of North and South Indian food which will titillate the taste buds and make your tummy very happy. You can choose to have a set menu or a regular meal and this can be a great night out for the family.


Lot 10 Hutong Food Court
There are two types of eaters in this world: Picky eaters and people who will eat ANYTHING. If you are the latter, the Lot 10 Hutong Food Court will serve as a little slice of heaven for you during your trip. If you can never decide on one meal, you can try a few different ones here and eat until you cannot eat anymore. You’ll find Chinese food, Indian food and Malaysian food to satisfy your cravings and leave you feeling full.

Soong Kee’s Beef Ball Noodle
If you love noodles, and you love beef… this place is the perfect place for you. Soong Kee’s are famous for their signature beef noodle dish and people from all over travel to try it out for themselves. The recipe for this dish is a secret and has been passed down through the family for generations making it the ideal meal for you to enjoy with your family during the trip. This funky little restaurant also has a range of other dishes I you would prefer and it’s worth a visit.

Restoran Yap Hup Kee
If you are taking a visit close to Chan Sow Lin Metro Station this summer, make sure that you head on over to this red restaurant for some first class food. If you love Hakka food then this is the place to come and they have a range of wonderful cuisines for everyone to enjoy. The low prices in this place make it ideal for a budget meal or a spot of lunch after a busy day shopping and exploring.  

Dining In The Dark
Dining in the dark is exactly what it sounds like. If you have ever wondered how food would taste when you can’t see it, now is your chance to find out. Our senses work in mysterious ways and it has been found that masking certain senses can heighten others, meaning that if you can’t see your food you may be able to taste it much more strongly. This makes dining in the dark an ideal spot for a unique evening out and it can be a fun date idea for you and your partner.

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