From food courts, to speciality restaurants to street stalls, Kuala Lumpur is a paradise for food lovers with choice and flavour on every street. We asked you for your top restaurants in Boston over on our Hostelworld.com Facebook page. Here’s what you had to say...
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Heavenly Holland says:
Any mamak restaurant serving food with love!
Noran Bakrie says:
?Insap Indian food stall...best Biryani rice! And good portion when u really starve.
Ian Whitlock says:
The big yellow curry house 2 doors down from Hostel Cosmopolitan in Chow Kit. By far the best naan I have ever had, and for only 30p. Plus it normally shows the football.
Azizah Mohd Isa says:
?There is a restaurant at 'Istana Budaya' building, the building is located next to the National Art Gallery and they serve variety of traditional Malaysian dishes as we call ' nasi campur'.
Tarmo Antson says:
Food court is pretty good and of course Reggae bar in Chinatown.
Dickon Preston says:
?Apollo! Buttered chicken to die for.
Nacy Lim says:
?Claypot chicken rice opposite YMCA, Brickfields.
Nekman Abu Bakar says:
Kg Baru, Thai food.
Saloma Theatre Restaurant
Ana Sanchez Anegon says:
Saloma Traditional Theatre Restaurant - beautiful regional dance as well!
Location: 139, Pusat Pelancongan Malaysia (MaTiC), Jalan Ampang
Check out Chinatown/ Petaling Street
Silje W. Pettersen says:
I like to go into Chinatown and just get something from one of the small restaurants there. I generally like Chinatowns...wherever they are. The buzzing life and atmosphere they have. I probably couldn't stay for long, but for a few days I'm just loving it.
Adam Galloway says:
I always head for Chinatown.
Karolina Holysz-Wrzesinska says:
Food courts in Chinatown.
Fm Chow says:
Dinner @ Petaling Street - fried fat noodles...yum!
Wong Ah Wah
Aaron Saw Chu Oon says:
Wong Ah Wah chicken wings and Ngau Lam mee stall... both located in Jalan Alor, Bukit Bintang
Location: Jalan Alor
John Garrett says:
Blue Boy Vegetarian restaurant! There's also a fantastic Indian across from Anjung Guesthouse, but KL is all about the street food.
Location: 6001 Blue Boy Mansion, Jalan Tong Shin (at Jalan Pudu Lama)
Street Food Stalls
Matej Hargas says:
The best food I had in KL (and Malaysia overall) was not in restaurants but food stalls in the streets.
Comieko Luna says:
Restaurants don't cut it. Food stalls run by locals taste really local. Anything cooked by foreigners, think twice.
Khalili Rosly says:
Gotta go the stalls... Hawkers, they sell the best food... plus, dirt cheap!
Sarafyda Sariman says:
There are so many food places to eat in KL... But I suggest you try out the hawkers street first to taste the real food before going to a franchise restaurant.
Purple Cane Tea Restaurant
Carolyn Jeziorski says:
Purple Cane Tea Restaurant: Very cool concept, all the food was prepared using tea as a common ingredient. It was amazing food.
Location: Shaw Parade, Changkat Thambi Dollah, Off Jalan Pudu
Karin Vahar says:
The shopping mall's Pavilion food court offers actually very good food from different countries!
Loraine Rafols says:
Pavilion food court is the best!
Shim Changmin says:
Lot 10 food court...can't decide what to eat!
NZ Garden Cafe
Per-Erik Bjørnback says:
NZ Garden Cafe close to the towers.
Location: Jalan Ampang
Courtney Burmaster says:
Anything over in Little India.
Michael Donlea says:
Anywhere in little India!
Martijn Vandenberg says:
Besides all the Chinatown street food, I go for Hakka Restaurant.
Location: 90 Jalan Raja Chulan
Karen Jayne Roberts says:
Esquire in Sungei Wang love their food.
Location: Sungei Wang Plaza, Chf-1 Jalan Sultan Ismail
Nasi Lemak Antarabangsa
Nabiela Kamara says:
What else? Nasi Lemak Antarabangsa, Kampung Baru yaw!
Location: Kampung Baru
Leela Pon says:
Delicious Restaurant at Bangsar Village - best lamb shank and Nasi Kerabu. Just had lamb shank last night.
Location: 2 Jalan Telawi, Bangsar Baru