Malay and Chinese food stalls fill the upper floor of this blue-coloured fruit and vegetable market. The cone-shaped roofs of Pasar Utama and the next door Pasar Tamu wet market represent terendak, the traditional h…
An atmospheric Chinese seafood specialist with seating in a semi-covered outdoor courtyard, selling fresh fish and seafood (per kilogram RM40 to RM80) and breakfast noodles and laksa.
If you've ever wanted to try fresh frog porridge (RM12), this is the place to come. Less adventurous diners can chose from one of eight stalls selling dim sum and fresh seafood.
Makes Chinese-inflected baked goods, including sweet and savoury bread rolls, sandwiches, pastries and surprisingly tasty Belgian chocolate cake. Ideal fare for a picnic lunch.
A good place to pick up snacks, fresh fruit and Malay favourites such as satay and nasi lemak.
Fresh fruit, veggies and jungle produce.
Famous Mama does Mamak (halal Indian-Malay) cuisine and is a popular place for quick, cheap nasi kandar (rice served with side dishes of different curries) and roti canai.