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Bijan

  • $$
  • Malaysian

Using the name of the Malay word for sesame, Bijan is a top pick for many KLites when choosing where to take out-of-towners to sample...

Capitol Satay

  • $
  • Malaysian

Deservedly popular with both locals and tourists (so expect to wait in line) this hole-in-the-wall joint specializes in satay celup...

Enak KL

  • $$
  • Malaysian

On the ground floor of the designer-dress-filled Starhill Gallery, Enak KL has become renowned for its creative interpretations of classic...

Gurney Drive Hawker Center

  • $
  • Malaysian

Along with being a prime spot to catch the sunset along the coast, Gurney Drive is key for those hunting down hawker fare and classic...

Kak Nong Restaurant

  • $
  • Malaysian

Always bustling, this kopitiam— a traditional-style coffee shop found through much of Southeast Asia—is one of the most widely regarded...

Lot 10 Hutong

  • $
  • Malaysian

Typically, a mall food court would not make it to a must-try dining list; however, Lot 10 Hutong has something special going for it.

Nam Restaurant

  • $$$$
  • Malaysian

An open-sided restaurant in an old coconut grove beside a freshwater lagoon filled with water lilies, Nam specializes in Nonya cuisine.

Nan Guang Coffee Shop

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  • Malaysian

Loyal eaters of laksa , a spicy noodle soup from the Peranakan culture, will travel near and far in search of the best bowl. One place...

Nancy’s Kitchen Restaurant

  • $
  • Malaysian

In an old house close to Jonkers Street, you'll find one of the top places in Malacca to try Nyonya (also called Nonya or Peranakan)...

Nyonya Baba Cuisine

  • $
  • Malaysian

Formerly called the Dragon King, which opened in 1976, this family-run restaurant is one of the few in Penang that continues to serve...

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