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Whether you're busy shopping, sightseeing or exploring nature, visitors are bound to work up an appetite. Luckily, KL has a lot to offer in the local food department. In fact, Malaysia in general, and KL in particular, has an exceptionally wide variety of cuisine available. Each group prepares its own type of food with distinctive flavors. Most Malaysians will tell you that they love to eat. There's ample reason why.


Foods in Kuala Lumpur

Victory Street Hotel is located strategically within the Golden Triangle and the center of Kuala Lumpur. There are many attractions nearby our hotel, which you can reach easily by walking and/or public transports. A strategic location of Victory Street Hotel offers you a lot of conveniences and good experience when you have your trip in Kuala Lumpur.Food, glorious food. Malaysians revel in their food and gourmet delights. Malaysian cuisine is flavoured by the country’s history and geography. There are also food of various cultures from different races in Malaysia. All
along Bintang Walk and even in the malls, you will find fantastic restaurants, cafes and food courts that cater to
every palate. Just a 10-minute walk away is the famous Jalan Alor, a renowned food street, famed for absolutely mouth-watering local hawker fare. This bustling street is flanked on both sides by both old and modern style backpackers’ inns, old shop houses, Chinese reflexology centres and hawker stalls lined with plastic tables and chairs. Eat at the hawker stalls along Jalan Alor, you will definitely find superb cheap and yummy food. There are some recommended dishes that you have to try in Malaysia.

  • Roti Canai – A sweet and doughy pancake made from flour, egg and butter. A malay version of an Indian classic. You can try the original one, or with egg or onions.
  • Nasi Lemak – Basically cooked in coconut milk and normally served with hard-boiled egg, peanuts, vegetables, sambal (chili-based sauce) and chicken/beef/lamb curry.
  • Asam Laksa – A slightly sour soup with white fish, cucumber, pineapple, eaten with noodles. There are multiple variations based on the location.
  • Rojak – “Mixture” in Malay. The perfect combination of sweet, spicy and sour. A fried dough with fruits and vegetables combined with Malaysian popular shrimp paste.
  • Satay – Skewered meat served with peanut sauce, onions and cucumber. Satay meats can be from chicken, fist, beef, or any meat.

  • Places to go

       Jalan ALOR

       Golden Triangle (Bukit Bintang)

       Jalan IMBI

       Pavillion KL

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