An Exquisite Experience in Kuala Lumpur
An Exquisite Experience
in Kuala Lumpur
Guardians of the culinary galaxy in Kuala Lumpur keep a low profile for reasons aplenty.
These ambassadors of local cuisine treasure their recipes tightly controlled as
loyal return over and over again. An Exquisite Experience in diverse KL.
WHY THIS TOUR?
Food in multi-cultural Kuala Lumpur is regarded as a delectable collection of classic recipes served with the locals. Renowned for its hawker food which is acclaimed as ‘out of this world’ and delicious chicken rice, no food court or hawker has yet beaten the succulence served on a plastic plate. With its easy to access location and increasing popularity, it is recommended to head to the various Jalans to experience local cuisine early in the day as everything tends to be sold out after lunchtime.
For the coming 5 hours, a personalized guided venture assures that you will get engulfed in the culinary delights of street-side carts as a multitude of dishes that stimulate your senses. The majority for the coming hours will be done on foot to experience the foodie side of Kuala Lumpur.
15:00 - 20:00
Jalan Bukit Bintan has to be the centre of it all. From shopping opulence to getting a feeling of the country’s diverse cultural mixture of religions, cultures, and authenticity, there is no better way to sample the finest delicacies than right here. Hawker galore comes in various forms and sizes, with Lot 10 Hutong topping the charts. It is a blend of gastronomical recipes and the mixture of heritage, translated through a degustation of flavours that exhumes exploration.
Our local cuisine experts navigate through the alleys and stalls of this food institution, picking and choosing the dishes that form the foundation of Malaysian cuisine. Dishes and snacks with hints of Penang heritage to the Chinese wok-heated noodles with condiments are for you to try out.
There is more than meets the eye. As we exit the all-under-one-roof concept of the Hutong-style Lot 10, a short walk towards Jalan Alor brings the explorer out of everyone. Rows of street food hawkers, seafood restaurants and ‘mama and papa’ stalls that cherish generations-honoured recipes pack the kerbsides until late. Dim Sum and the grilled satay lok-lok with the compulsory peanut sauce will see the continuation of this culinary feast.
Before moving back to your overnight address in Kuala Lumpur, the final stop of our exquisite experience is at a local Mamak, right at the SK Corner. Guided by eyes and nose, your guide insists you will give the paper dosa here a try – paper-thin pancakes with a selection of Indian sauces such as curry or coconut chutney will end this eating feast of extraordinary proportions. All this will be washed away with Teh Tarik, Malaysia’s famous milk tea before you head back to your hotel.
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