Street Food in Malaysia – ULTIMATE MALAYSIAN FOOD in Kuala Lumpur!

Street Food in Malaysia - ULTIMATE MALAYSIAN FOOD in Kuala Lumpur!
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Huge thank you to Fadhlur for reaching out and taking us on a Malaysian street food tour of Kuala Lumpur. It was an amazing day, and I have so much love to Malaysia as it was one of the first countries where I started making street food videos – as you’ll see in the video!

Ok, here are all the street food stalls and restaurants we ate at on this tour:

Mansion Tea Stall
The thing to order here is the roti canai special, roti that chopped up, then doused in a variety of curry sauces, sambal, and a few soft boiled eggs. It’s a perfect way to begin your day in Kuala Lumpur. Price – 2.80 RM ($0.68) per plate

Nasi Lemak Tanglin
Nasi lemak is often considered the national food of Malaysia, and there are plenty of places to eat it throughout Kuala Lumpur. Having been around since 1948, Nasi Lemak Tanglin is a place I had wanted to go for a while. It was overall very good, with a nice laid back atmosphere and surrounded by nature. Nasi lemak – about 8 RM ($1.94) per plate

Ikan Bakar Seri Melaka (Jalan Bellamy)
One of my favorite places to eat ikan bakar, grilled fish, is on Jalan Bellamy. Back in 2012, I had to hike over a highway and climb a few fences to get there as I was only on foot. In this video, I’m a bit older, and we had a car! The ikan bakar was just as good as I remember it. Total price – 68 RM ($16.51) for everything

Sri Ganapathi Mess
One of the best things about Malaysian food is its incredible diversity, including Malay, Chinese, and Indian food. Banana leaf south Indian food is very popular and I was recommended to try Sri Ganapathi Mess, a restaurant tucked away into a home. An amazing south Indian food experience in Kuala Lumpur. Price – 59 RM ($14.32) for 4 people

Kedai Kopi Lai Foong
Finally, another dish that many had recommended me was the unique clam noodles in Kuala Lumpur Chinatown at the legendary Kedai Kopi Lai Foong. It was delicious, and a perfect way to end an amazing Malaysian street food tour in Kuala Lumpur. Price – 10 RM ($2.43) per bowl

Again, thank you to Oh My Media Malaysia for taking us around:


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  1. Went to the Ikan Bakar Seri Melaka today and boy oh boy! it was delicious especially the stingray. Juicy with some heat from the chilli. It's awesome!

  2. Hey….Mark I am in love with you…..grt8 to watch ur videos amazing….such natural facial expression no fakeness in it…..just yesterday I started watching ur videos and its feel great….keep it up ur good work….

  3. yo mark you gotta fold the leaf towards you. if you fold the leaf away from you it means you dislike the food, if you fold it towards you it means the food is close to your heart.

  4. why didnt they just put the egg in the roti canai tho………… and why not curry on the side instead of on the roti itself???

  5. What beautiful diversity of people and cultures in Kuala Lumpur! Sounds like a place that I need to go with all of the wonderful cooking and reasonable prices. Thanks for sharing another incredible country and food tour Mark and friends.

  6. Roti canai banjir + telur 3 suku wowwww… Nasi lemak sedapnyeee… Oh cempedak goreng huhu… Ikan talapia & sotong bakar + air asam + sambal belacan?… Ais krim durian?Tengok korang makan, kecur air liur… Kejam betul la?… Suka dengar "terima kasih, sedap"?…

  7. I really wish Mikey Chen able to taste all the food in this video, he missed out alot great food like ikan bakar when he came to Malaysia last year.

  8. malaysia's street food scene is the best in the world because we have 3 major ethnic group that refused to assimilate with each other so their respective food culture remains intact

  9. If you want to taste more types of street food in Malaysia, you can find it in Ramadhan Bazaar. Ramadhan Bazaar is a street market that sell variety foods to fasting peoples as their menu for iftar in the evening. This bazaar is only held during Ramadhan month. There are many spots of Ramadhan Bazaar around Malaysia especially in Kuala Lumpur. Let's come again to Malaysia.

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