The Best Cheap Eats in Kuala Lumpur that You Should Definitely Try
Eating good food need not be expensive. In fact, you can go to Kuala Lumpur and eat your heart out without having to spend a fortune on meals.
There are so many different food establishments that provide quite a lot of nourishment for locals and tourists alike. In fact, these establishments are so popular that you can spend time with a girl escort just about anywhere in Kuala Lumpur and you can have a really great time together.
If you are in the city for some cheap eats, definitely read through the rest of the article to find out some of the best places to chow down.
Loong Foong Seafood
This establishment mainly serves some amazing seafood dishes, but that is actually not the reason why I am recommending this particular food joint. I recommend this for their main attraction- their infamous roast duck rice.
As the name implies, you get to have a nice roasted Peking Duck served on a bed of white rice and topped off with a delicious sauce that is simply to die for.
Plus, if you want to order more, the foods here are quite inexpensive that you can order all of what is on the menu and you will not pay a lot of money at all!
If you want to have a hearty noodle soup on a cold rainy day, then go to Soong Kee where they serve their infamous beef noodle soup.
It contains beef tripe, beef balls, and some beef slices for the regular soup version and if you opt for the dry version, it is even more scrumptious because the chef will add soy sauce, as well as some pieces of pork as well.
Each serving is placed in a huge bowl and you can expect this bowl to be filled. With just RM8 for a big bowl, you are definitely going to be full once you down just one bowl!
Most of the foods that you can find in Malaysia all have meat in them, so if you want to eat vegetables that are served with some amazing spices, go to the Ganga Café, which is a popular Indian restaurant that has a strict no MSG, no preservatives policy.
Run by a husband-and-wife tandem, Uncle Soon’s eatery serves some amazing fried rice that is topped off by some pork, egg, and prawn (you get to choose which one you like).
The good thing about this place is that aside from the fact that the fried rice is served in generous proportions, it is also made to order, which means that you always get a hot steaming pile of rice every time you visit this place.
The last food establishment on this list is none other than the Sitka Restaurant located in Plaza Batai. Although this is usually not the first place locals go to for cheap eats, it is definitely one of the exceptions.
Their Ramen XO Noodles are the staple of this restaurant and it consists of noodles, chopped spring onions, and their secret KO sauce (which is made of dried shrimp and a combination of different chilies).
Despite the fact that the description is simple, their ramen XO noodles are quite unique and delicious once you get to taste it. Each serving is just RM12.