What to eat in Kuala Lumpur
After checking out the Central Market for lunch, where a wide variety of cultural foods are available, and sightseeing through the afternoon, you might like to check out one of the top-rated restaurants in Kuala Lumpur:
For Indian food, the best-rated restaurant is Bakti Woodlands near Masjid Jamek. Catering to Halal and vegetarian palettes, this restaurant is known for leaving you satisfied in every way.
For Chinese/Noodle Soup, check out Soong Kee's secret recipe for Beef Ball noodles. You can find this restaurant along Petaling St and is worth a visit by any Chinese food connoisseur.
For Hakka food, visit the Chan Sow Lin Metro Station. A small, red-painted shophouse near there, Yap Hup Keep has a selection of Hakka food at affordable prices. Investigate the traditional options and experience the taste of new experiences within the busy metropolitan area.
For something completely different, try Dining in the Dark (in Changkat Bukit Bintang), a reservation-only dining experience that allows diners to experience their food with one less sense. A set four-course meal is chosen by prospective diners before locking away mobile phones and dining in darkness - an experience not to be missed!