Here is the only real Asean street food and controlled by Chef who is brought specially from Asean Countries other than Malaysia, namely Thailand, Myanmar, Vietnam and so on. You can taste the cuisine...
This is definitely a tourist trap. Over priced food that will fail by all Malaysian standards. Worked by many foreign labourers serving with bad attitude and service. One wonders why the tourism min...
Jalan Alor has more than 50 years of history. There are more than 100 kinds of foods on the street. It is the most famous food street in Kuala Lumpur. The foodie Cai Yi has highly recommended it. The food types include chicken wings, Portuguese fish, fried bare strips, Luoja, Satay, Youyu leeks, Pork porridge, Yasansha, medicinal stew, seafood, snacks, Bak Kut Teh. Specially promoted Huang Yahua snack shop, the food stalls have the best roast chicken wings in Southeast Asia, and luck can also meet the stars to eat. Meigan cane juice, sand kebabs, signature chicken wings, typhoon shrimp are special push ~
Speaking of the famous night market in Southeast Asia, there are Khao San Road in Bangkok, Fan Wu Lao Street in Ho Chi Minh, and Arro Street in Kuala Lumpur.
The night of Arro Street can be described as a crowd of people, and it is more and more lively at night. The barbecue stalls here are arranged in rows, and all kinds of dishes can be eaten here. People of different countries, races and skin colors shuttle through it. They are all for the sake of that food.
Roasted chicken wings and grilled devil fish are the must-try foods at Arrow Street. Look for food in Arro Street in the night, so you don't have to travel to Kuala Lumpur.
In the past two to the Malaysian experience, Malaysia is a super friendly place! Followed the style of Guangdong, Fujian coast of light, and spicy blend of Southeast Asian style. It can be said to have exotic taste sense; these days there is no fundamental stepped down to eat mine. The most recommended dishes Kuala Lumpur resort is the first day went to experience Arrow Street (Jalan Alor). Arrow Street has a history of fifty years. The street has more than 100 kinds of food. It is the most famous food street in Kuala Lumpur. There are types of food burning chicken wings, Portugal broiled fish, fried strips naked, Rojak, satay, unusually thick fish dishes, pork porridge, Assam laksa, herbs stew, seafood, snacks, trotters and so on. There are a lot of shops are it is old, and a lot of stars will come here to enjoy an evening will be overcrowded. It is worth mentioning that, 40 years ago, Jalan Alor is, in fact, a red-light district. Several hawkers, hawking business where the majority of regular customers patronize, is a love affair from the customer premises. Later Arrow Street reborn to face possible food paradise, many people a taste of their food, and a visit there, think also very magical experience it. Take a look, seafood, grilled chicken wings, weird local food readily available, to prepare a few more stomachs for the job.
Jalan Alor, Kuala Lumpur's Jalan Alor, has more than 50 years of history and more than 100 kinds of food. It is famous in the world and has been highly recommended by domestic foodie Cai Wei. There are a wide variety of snacks to satisfy your expectations for food. Here, we met a Western brother with a choice of disorders, he looked at the many types, chose a long time, hahaha, still very cute. We also met a very interesting American uncle, watching me take pictures with my mobile phone, and he took other mobile phones to shoot me, TT. In addition to the food, the night view of Arrow Street is also very fascinating under the efforts of the Kuala Lumpur City Council. Food, beauty and interesting people are the biggest highlights of Jalan Alor in Kuala Lumpur. z
Jalan Alor is Kuala Lumpur's famous food street and night market snack street. It has a huge selection of food, seafood, barbecue, Southeast Asian snacks, Chinese fast food, desserts, ice products, fruits, etc., not only rich in variety, but also very affordable. From dusk to midnight is quite lively, where the street is filled with tourists and store clerks who are passionate about business.