Cuisine in the Malaysian capital of Kuala Lumpur is a vibrant kaleidoscope of colours, flavours, and cultures – each tantalizing to the palate and OH so good to the stomach, with something for everyone. Bring the whole pod and book some stellar central family accommodation Kuala Lumpur has to offer foodies of all shapes and ages, with the Ascott Kuala Lumpur serving up some fine Kuala Lumpur serviced apartments to suit all temperaments. Japanese Udon does not get any better than what you will discover at Marufuku, a new restaurant in Petaling Jaya. Pair it with yakitori and karaage, topped off with a cup of sake for a flavoursome experience. Nasi Lemak is best savoured at Village Park, where the eats are both cheap and tasty. Delicious desserts come in the form of gorge-worthy cupcakes coutesy of Delectable by Sue, and the Cherry Cheesecake and Death by Chocolate at a Slice of Heaven will invoke the strongest mouthgasms of your life. Ramly Burgers are some of the best in the nation and sublime Indian food on an authentic banana leaf can be savoured at Vishal Food & Catering. Toast & Roast serves up succulent and luxurious chunks of the most decadent Char Siew in the city whilst a regional favourite, banana fritters are best enjoyed off the griddle of Mr. Chiam’s Goreng Pisang Stall in Brickfields, right in front of the YMCA. Bon appétit!

Angela Fernando is an impassioned travel writer who composes pieces under the pen name Sumaira Narayan. She loves writing about new and exciting places around the world and hopes to visit them all someday. Google+