There is a long-established coffee shop on Petaling Street. The Nyonya dishes are good, as well as Chinese tea. I feel that the tea here is more authentic than Shanghai. The Nyonya nasi lemak is delicious, and the main ingredients are great.
A famous Nyonya restaurant on Cichang Street, and it must be suitable for Chinese tastes, but the price here is a little bit more expensive than other places, the soup is good, and it is very good for dinner.
This restaurant is located in Kuala Lumpur's Chinatown-Petaling Street. If you don't see it along the way, you will hardly find it. If you are looking for it, it may not be easy to find. The taste is very good. After a meal, my family and I were very satisfied.
Old China Cafe is a small shop in Chinatown, Kuala Lumpur. This is a two-story building that opened here in 1920. The restaurant on the first floor and the tea room on the second floor are decorated with photographs of Sun Yat-sen, Jiang Gong, and ancestors who made a living in Nanyang. The phonograph played the pop songs of old Shanghai in the 1930s, which reminds you of Maggie Cheung’s In the Mood for Love. The restaurant sells old Chinese antiques. After three generations of Chinese people, the ancient charm is still the same. The main Nyonya cuisine [coconut blue gravy rice] is also One of the signature dishes, a touch of coconut sand with coffee chicken and meringue embellishment, boldly fusion of Indian flavor may be related to the proprietress is an Indian [白咖啡] listening to the small song sitting in an elegant place with a lingering fragrance to drink coffee Particularly suitable for the scene [Nyonya Wonderful Mixed Vegetables] A big alliance of various local vegetables, the taste is acceptable. The overall Malay cuisine tastes the same, regardless of the taste and the price.
KL must eat placeAbsolutely delicious food, best Laksa we had in Kuala Lumpur. Very nice and friendly staff! Prices adequate :)