Kuala Lumpur is the capital of the beautiful nation Malaysia which is positioned ideally in the heart of South East Asia. Home to more than 1.3 million people, Kuala Lumpur is the largest city in Malaysia with lots to see and do.
This unique city is also known as a haven for food. Since it is home to people from diverse cultures and races, finding a unique place to dine is not at all a difficult task. Kuala Lumpur offers its visitors the chance to savour delectable traditional food. Furthermore, its heavy cosmopolitan lifestyle paves the way to numerous international dining venues serving an extensive array of fine food.
Food is more than just a need in Kuala Lumpur, it is an obsession. The city offers a wide choice of places to dine. From local to international cuisine, absolutely anything can be savoured here. Travellers can also choose to dine at a simple roadside stall, Kopitiams which are traditional Coffee Shops, food courts locally known as Mamaks, Pasar Malams which are Night Markets, Cafes and Pubs or even fine-dining restaurants.
Malay food is the most common and widely available type of food in Kuala Lumpur and Malaysia as a whole. Some of the most loved Malay dishes include Nasi Lemak, Satay and Roti Jala. Some of the best known places to taste Malay food are Restaurant Ala’ddain Kebab, Restaurant Poolside, Restaurant Nelayan, Restaurant Seri Melayu, Restoran Sri Putra Dataran, Restaurant Kajang Satay and the Kapitan’s Club.
Apart from the delicious Malay food, Kuala Lumpur is also a great place to enjoy some mouth-watering Chinese Food, Indian Food, Nyonya Food, Sea Food and Ethnic Food. Leading dining venues that feature these types of cuisine include Fu Gui Restaurant, Spring Valley Chinese, Restaurant Passage Through India, The Moghul House, Bombay Palace, Restaurant Caribbean, Restoran Port Klang Seafood and much more.
Kuala Lumpur’s gastronomic delights can be further explored if travellers choose to stay at a well serviced Kuala Lumpur hotel. Most hotel accommodation Kuala Lumpur offer in house restaurants and almost all are located close to major dining venues in the city. For instance, Traders Hotel, Kuala Lumpur which is located right in the heart of the city is an ideal base for both business and leisure travellers alike.