The snacks are very good, the ribs rice inside is delicious, I like to eat claypot rice, the rice here in Malaysia is also good, the rice crust inside is delicious, the claypot is very hot.
No good feeling, things are expensive, not good to eat, are Chinese here to eat two drinks, after going once, have not been there for years, do not recommend, do not recommend, do not support to go there.
The food on Alor Street is famous, and it is a food street highly recommended by gourmets. The food is rich, especially the night market is full of people, tasting all kinds of food, seafood, stew, dim sum, and special snacks.
Alor Street, known as Jalan Alor in Malay, is the most famous night market in Kuala Lumpur. Here is mainly Chinese cuisine, that is, Chinese cuisine, there are many restaurants. Others are small stalls selling local specialty snacks, including local fruits, especially durian and mangosteen, drinks such as sugar cane water, roasted chicken wings and other snacks, and souvenir shops. Many people come to eat here, especially domestic tourists, who basically have to wait a long time. The overall food is very good...just the consumption is slightly higher!
The Royal Garden Hotel in Kuala Lumpur, which is quite close to Alor Street, came here at night, it was very lively. We ate the famous Huang Yahua snacks, which tasted really good. We also bought mangosteen and rambutan, which totaled only 10 MYR is very cheap! There is also Musang King durian over there. We bought a little and tasted it. We didn’t like to eat durian very much, so it’s not good to comment! It's very lively there anyway! ! There are a lot of people, and there are many singing people. I want to eat everything when I see it. I only blame my stomach for being too small!
This time I went to Aro Street to taste Bak Kut Teh. The Bak Kut Teh stall opened in the outdoor cafe was crowded with local diners, who like to feel the local dining habits here. The casserole Bak Kut Teh can be ordered with your favorite pork, among which pork belly, trotters and pig ears are well made, and the fragrant soup is delicious.
It is really not an exaggeration to say that Aro Street is a foodie paradise, with a variety of snacks, seafood, and fruit stalls. I went to the famous Huang Yahua's house and ate chicken wings, black pepper crab, and devil fish. The taste was good. Even if the service is relatively average, don't expect the environment to be good for the big gears.