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Top recommendations from locals

From sightseeing to hidden gems, find out what makes the city unique with the help of the locals who know it best.
Cafe
“Established in 2016, TAPAK became Malaysia’s 1st food truck park that brings together local food truck operators and food lovers towards urban street dining culture.”
  • 17 locals recommend
Grocery or Supermarket
“you can Take lrt ,why this grocery because they sale so many import stuff with good quality and fresh , and the price not expensive”
  • 6 locals recommend
Restaurant
“Nice western food with reasonable price. Highly recommended the dessert - brownies!”
  • 9 locals recommend
Bus Station
  • 3 locals recommend
Restaurant
“Currently the only Irish-owned pub in KL, this friendly place offers a great selection of mouth-watering pub food and a very typical Irish atmosphere to drench you in a pint or two. They play live sports on the big screen and nine flat screen tellies for those keen on catching up on the games. We are delighted that the staff were trained to be able to pull a pint of Guinness and Kilkenny as if its second nature. 3 minute drive, 15 minute walk from our unit.”
  • 4 locals recommend
Transportation
  • 3 locals recommend
Shopping Mall
“This mall is about 10 minutes walking or 5 minutes by grab taxi. Has a number of great cafes and restaurants as well as shops and supermarket. ”
  • 6 locals recommend
Middle Eastern Restaurant
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“There are 3 convenience store at Dataran Jelatek. There are also restaurants there as well if you get hungry but don't want to travel too far.”
  • 4 locals recommend
Shopping Mall
“Get everything u want from this oldest yet busy Mall. From Supermartket to Cafes, Fast foods, Bags, Shoes, Clothing , Jewellery, Scarfs, Carpets, Camera, Local pre paid sim cards, money changers & Pharmacy”
  • 7 locals recommend
Coffee Shop
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  • 2 locals recommend
Restaurant
“Savour the taste of Malay cuisine inspired from traditional specialties - around 3 mins walk - Lunch & Dinner”
  • 2 locals recommend
Middle Eastern Restaurant
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“they serve great arabic food, trust me. and one more thing, its just beside our unit! so you can walk there and have a dinner with family :)”
  • 5 locals recommend
Restaurant
  • 1 local recommends

Top restaurants

Restaurant
“Nice western food with reasonable price. Highly recommended the dessert - brownies!”
  • 9 locals recommend
Restaurant
“Currently the only Irish-owned pub in KL, this friendly place offers a great selection of mouth-watering pub food and a very typical Irish atmosphere to drench you in a pint or two. They play live sports on the big screen and nine flat screen tellies for those keen on catching up on the games. We are delighted that the staff were trained to be able to pull a pint of Guinness and Kilkenny as if its second nature. 3 minute drive, 15 minute walk from our unit.”
  • 4 locals recommend
Coffee Shop
  • 2 locals recommend
Restaurant
“Savour the taste of Malay cuisine inspired from traditional specialties - around 3 mins walk - Lunch & Dinner”
  • 2 locals recommend
Middle Eastern Restaurant
“they serve great arabic food, trust me. and one more thing, its just beside our unit! so you can walk there and have a dinner with family :)”
  • 5 locals recommend
Restaurant
  • 1 local recommends
Restaurant
“Any native of greater KL will point you in the direction of Valentine Roti when asked the question, ‘Where to get good roti canai in KL?’ The roadside stall is an institution in the area, having served crispy roti to hungry residents and the post-clubbing crowd for almost two decades. –– ADVERTISEMENT –– You would think that becoming an icon in the local roti scene would prompt the owners to jazz up the place a bit or move into a proper outlet, but I am told by a local who’s been going to Valentine since childhood that no, Valentine Roti looks exactly the same today as it did all those years ago (give or take the addition of ‘Best roti canai’ to their signage). In other words, don’t expect anything less than a brightly lit gerai with chairs and tables; probably one step above your typical grimy stall, but I wouldn’t go there and study my surroundings if I were you. My first visit was on a Monday night; it was only past 8pm so there were quite a lot of empty tables, but the place started filling up about half an hour later. I’ve only ever had Valentine Roti as takeout, so it was a totally new experience to be sitting down and having my roti there, served fresh. I ordered my favourite – roti kosong garing – while my companions had the roti sardin (garing) and roti telur. If you like your roti crispy and light, Valentine delivers just that; the roti kosong is crispy with a slight sweetness reminiscent of roti Planta without the overbearing greasiness. The roti is tasty enough to eat on its own, but you’ll want to dip it in the dal, sambal and mutton curry for the full experience. And if you’ve been looking around for a sambal with the perfect balance between sweet and spicy to eat with your roti, this is the place (always ask for extra). If you’re really hungry, you’ll definitely need two pieces of roti kosong, as one didn’t fill me up at all. The roti sardin and roti telur would fare better with a big appetite, and you’ll be pleased to know that they’re not stingy on the filling here, especially with the sardine. Still hungry, we ordered a plate of maggi goreng and roti kaya for dessert. The former was bland throughout, but the roti kaya I will remember forever; crispy on the outside with caramelised kaya on the inside (a wonderful result of having your roti made garing), the roti kaya satisfied my craving for something sweet, all thoughts of the disappointing maggi goreng forgotten. Other than roti, Valentine also serves nasi lemak and an Indian-style chicken soup which I’ll make a point to try on my next visit, but if you’re not one for risks, always go for the roti and you’ll be happy.”
  • 3 locals recommend
Street Food Gathering
“I like it here personally simply due to its various choice of scrumptious foods (malaysian, korean, vietnamese, thailand, western delicacies) at the affordable price too! The air and the open space it settled in provides your hang out worthwhile. ”
  • 1 local recommends

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