Creamy and sweet with generous amounts of green noodles and gula melaka (dark coconut-sugar syrup), shaved-ice desserts have been dished up at Ansari since 1940. This third-generation seller gets our vote as the bes…
An eclectic menu, from Malaysian kopitiam (coffee shop) classics via fish and chips to bacon bruschetta and the occasional 'paleo' option, keeps things interesting at this trendy cafe. Many of the loyal punters are …
Busiest and best at lunch, this gritty court is half Chinese and half Malay. Look out for local favourite Omar's Popiah stall, where you can chomp on large rolls of crisp veggies wrapped in a wheat pancake.
This lakeside hawker court and coffee shop has a good selection of stalls serving dishes from curry mee (yellow noodles submerged in spicy broth) to ikan bakar (chargrilled fish) and oyster omelette.
Nasi ayam (chicken rice), laksa and fruit-festooned ice-blended drinks are served up at this bustling, great-quality food court.
This no-frills restaurant offers southern Indian and Nepali dishes, including vegetarian banana-leaf specials (RM7), decent dosa (rice and lentil-flour crepes) and a sizeable self-service buffet.
This busy Chinese coffee shop spills out onto the street in the evenings, with several vendors selling a mix of Chinese and Malay dishes, including fish porridge and pork noodles.
Try cendol, a shaved-ice dessert laden with green pandan-leaf noodles, sugar syrup and toppings such as rice or red beans at this popular dessert stop.