This restaurant is located at the main road of Klang’s little India. Everything here is huge the wok, the pot of chilly sauce and also the plate of the famous mee goreng. The plate of mee goreng may not look presentable but sure taste good. The best Indian mee goreng in town.
Restoran Sri Baratha Matha Vilas
34, Jalan Tengku Kelana,
How to Order: Malay style cooking
- 1) Pick a plastic tray
- 2) Choose your seafood from at least 7 types of fishes, flower crabs, prawns in different sizes, squids and more
- 3) Line up at the counter and weigh your picks
- 4) Choose on the method of cooking
- 5) Get seated and wait to be served
Nasi Lemak Special with a fried egg, a sweetish Sambal Bawang (chili paste with onions) and the perfect accompaniment for the grilled fish; a dark-coloured sauce flavoured with tamarind juice, belacan (pungent shrimp paste), chopped raw onions and red chillies.
Medan Muara Ikan Bakar Tanjung Harapan (Halal)
Jalan Sultan Hishamuddin,
Kawasan 20, Bandar Sultan Sulaiman,
Pelabuhan Klang Utara,
42000 Port Klang,
The menu at Kah Foong is pretty simple, mostly pork with a few different types of noodles but mainly Lai Fun and rice dishes to choose from. Most of them involves either soft pork bone, slice squid, pork ball, minced pork, pork belly, or a combination of those ingredients.
I had mine in a soup form with the special soft pork bone, slices of squid with lai fun and another bowl of pork balls. It was so delicious all of them including the broth.
Kah Foong also sells other pork products that you can take home to your own kitchen.
Kah Foong Pork Shoppe
72-1, Jalan PJU 1/3B,
47301 Petaling Jaya,
When Krystal recommended this place to us as “Number 1” literally we assumed it was “Number 1” but actually refers to “Nambawan.” HeeHee!
It is a cafe that famous for its 100% homemade pork burger. It is served with chips. The pork meat is really juicy and thick. The sauces provided is tangy and nice. Another dish worth mentioning is the stone-charbroiled Pork Belly with roasted potatoes and garden salad which tasted really nice.
Nambawan Restaurant & Café
10, Jalan PJS 3/48,
Taman Sri Manja,
58200 Petaling Jaya,
The food was good. Nothing too fancy. The fried chicken was the best most probably fried with serai. Efficient service, friendly staff and the cozy atmosphere makes our dining experience memorable.
Lot 07, Level 1 Boulevard,
No.1, Jalan SS7/26A,
47301 Petaling Jaya.
They do serve a variety of authentic Penang food, from Asam Laksa, Char Kuey Teow, Curry Mee, Lo Bak, Otak Otak, and many more. Even some of the staffs speaks Penang hokkien. I am always here for the curry mee. Always awesome!
Restoran Lorong Seratus Tahun
56 Jalan SS2/66,
47300 Petaling Jaya
Has been in business for more than 20 years already and recently moved to this current location after their old wooden shop lot was completely burned down. Their customers are mostly regulars form the old shop so not many people know about this place. They served mainly yong tau foo, regular chee cheong fun and also the curry version. The curry noodles too are quite popular.
72, Jalan Goh Hock Huat,
The best cantonese style yee mee in Klang from this humble stall which serves only fried noodles of many styles.
Jalan Solok Bahru,
1st and 15th of Lunar Calendar every month my mother will observed a full vegetarian meal. This restaurant has been here in the same spot for decades. My favorite place for a vegetarian meal the whole of Klang and Port Klang. The rojak is a must order food.
New Amata Vegetarian Sdn. Bhd.
No. 6, Jalan Goh Hock Hua,
A typical rustic dim sum restaurant but famed for their Chicken Nest Bun (Gai Woh Bao). Pillowy soft dough in a shape of a ‘nest’ stuffed with glutinous rice, chicken, chopped char siew, salted egg, mushrooms and caramelized onions within. Basically it’s a lor mai gai in a bao. Taste wise fantastic!
CLAN DIM SUM RESTAURANT
No 140, Jalan Radin Anum 1,
Bandar Baru Sri Petaling,
57000 Kuala Lumpur