Chinatown Restaurants

Chinatown is practically filled with Chinese restaurants and hawker stalls selling all sorts of delicacies from steamed buns to seafood. Almost everywhere you look, a Chinese restaurant greets your eyes, the glorious smells wafting from its kitchen beckoning you to come inside and sample what’s cooking. Chinatown is also a popular place for ‘daging salai’ or smoked meat; people have been known to come here just to stock up on them or bring them home as gifts.

Jalan Hang Lekir Beef Noodles
Like most hawker stalls around this area, this beef noodle stall has been around for years. Offering an inexpensive and fulfilling meal, this stall uses flat rice noodles instead of egg noodles, tossed with oil and light soy sauce instead of dark soy sauce, creating a simple yet tasty treat.
Opening Hours
: Daily, 20:00 – 03:00
Address: Along Jalan Hang Lekir, Kuala Lumpur (next to Hong Leong Bank)
Cuisine: Beef noodles

Hong Kong Mee

Despite its hidden location behind a wet market, Hong Kong Mee enjoys a brisk business due to its delicious claypot noodles. Its specialty, however, is the wok chai mee, which is noodles served in a tiny black wok atop a mini burner, ensuring that the noodles stay hot.
Opening Hours: Daily, 09:00 – 15:00
Location: near Jalan Tun H. S. Lee, behind the wet market near Chinatown Pavillion
Address: 9 Lorong Drury, Jalan Bandar
Tel: (603) 2078 9296
Cuisine: Claypot noodles, wok chai noodles

Kim Lian Kee

One of the most popular eateries in Chinatown, Kim Lian Kee serves good, old-fashioned chee cheong fun (rice-flour noodles) - served the traditional way with just sweet and spicy sauce and sprinklings of sesame seed. What’s unique about this restaurant is that it serves a dual role – a chee cheong fun stall by day and a Hokkien fried noodle stall by night, reputedly the best in town.
Opening Hours: Daily, 07:00 – 16:00 (chee cheong fun), 17:00 – 05:00 (Hokkien fried noodles). Closed on Wednesdays.
Location: at the corner where Petaling Street meets Jalan Hang Lekir – usually opposite a Longan drink stall – you can’t miss its big red signboard saying ‘Restoran Kim Lean Kee’
Address: 49-51 Jalan Petaling
Tel: (603) 2032 4984
Cuisine: Chee cheong fun, Hokkien fried noodles

China Town Seng Kee Restaurant

Famous for their claypot lou shu fan (rat-tail noodles) and siew yuk (BBQ pork) noodles, China Town Seng Kee Restaurant serves delicious Cantonese dishes, some of which only available at night.
Opening Hours
: Daily, 07:00 – 04:00
Location: opposite Bangunan Ka Yin Fui Kon & The Shanghai Bookstore
Address: 52 Jalan Sultan
Tel: (603) 2072 5950
Cuisine: Cantonese, claypot lou shu fan, siew yuk noodles
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