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Best Street Food Stalls in Kuala Lumpur- For Foodies Who Yearn for an Epic Culinary Adventure

Street food in Kuala Lumpur is divinely satisfying! Read the article below and find out where you will be able to enjoy the finest tastes in this iconic destination.

Street Foods

Street Foods | Image Credit : John Walker from Chicago, IL, USA, Street food at Jalan Alor, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, CC BY 2.0

Sze Ngan Chye

If you are a food lover, you really must not miss this sensational restaurant! Located in very close proximity to Somerset Ampang Kuala Lumpur, Sze Ngan Chye has delighted masses with their delicious roast duck dishes since the 1950s!

Madam Tang Muah Chee Queen

Do savour the delectable rice balls that are covered in crushed peanuts and sugar, sold exclusively at Madam Tang Muah Chee Queen when you are travelling in the city. You will be able to reach this popular street food stall from the many centrally located serviced apartments in Kuala Lumpur.

Air Mata Kucing Petaling Street

At this delightful eatery, you will get the chance to enjoy a refreshing cup of iced herbal tea. A large variety of flavours are offered here so you will be able to relish different tastes each time you visit it.

Madras Lane Yong Tau Foo

If you happen to visit the morning market at Madras Lane, you will have to visit the Madras Lane Chee Cheong Fun, to try out the exquisite yon tau foo. In this dish, you will find a variety of vegetables stuffed with flavoursome fish paste.

Fritzjames Stephen is a travel writer, who writes content based on the myriad of experiences and indulgences that the world has to offer travellers across all walks of life. Google+

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