There is no lack of good cafes along Petaling Street in Kuala Lumpur and besides the popular Merchant’s Lane, one up and coming dining establishment joining the cafe scene is Chocha Foodstore.
Although the cafe is housed in a rundown building, we fell in love with it at first sight with the charming retro interior and impeccable attention to details. Beyond that, food on Chocha Foodstore’s menu consists of local favourites that come with a creative twist.
It is a fantastic place for a casual lunch or tea with your friends. READ ON
Should the idea of staying put at home during your free time sounds awfully boring, then you might want to consider visiting the capital of Malaysia for an exciting weekend getaway.
Multifaceted Kuala Lumpur is accessible via a 65-minute flight or a 4-hour bus journey from Singapore, and the price for either mode of transportation is surprisingly extremely affordable.
From visiting Batu Caves to feasting at Jalan Alor Food Street, here is our Kuala Lumpur City Guide on What To Eat, Do and See. Regardless of whether you are travelling solo, with a romantic partner, with family or with a group of friends, the vibrant city’s various splendid attractions and fantastic gourmet offerings will surely keep everybody entertained throughout.
The cafe scene in Malaysia’s capital is gradually growing from just alright to well-established, and in recent years, it is a rising trend for regional visitors to pop by Kuala Lumpur for a day or two of cafe-hopping.
While skilful baristas are still far from abundant, the rising demands of consumers and their willingness to splurge have triggered the birth of many more up-and-coming potential cafes.
From PULP by Papa Palheta to Merchant’s Lane, here is our guide to Cafes and Coffee Shops in Kuala Lumpur. Do share with us your favourites in Kuala Lumpur too!
This Kuala Lumpur trip has been long overdue as I was supposed to go up earlier to visit my friends and the Malaysian Food Bloggers. Can you actually believe that my previous trip was in July last year? If you like food, you will love KL. The city is like a foodie heaven, there are so many restaurants, cafes, eateries and street food everywhere.
It’s difficult to limit this post with just 10 choices since there are so many good food in KL But after stuffing myself with food for three days, here’s my 10 Things To Eat in Kuala Lumpur.