Kuala Lumpur 2011 - Breakfast at Bukit Bintang

There are a few coffee shops in Bukit Bintang which I have found to be very convenient if you are looking for a simple and cheap meal. They are located right beside Hotel Capital, opposite Low Yat Plaza. They seem to be open at all kinds of hours - early morning until late at night. All offer quite similar fare - precooked selection of dishes for a fast take-out, and the usual rice, noodles and porridge. I can recommend the Char Siew and Roast Meats - all are quite good. If I can't have a gourmet meal, give me a Char Siew Noodle anytime and I’ll be happy !

The Char Siew Noodle is the KL style with soy sauce. Not the best - but not bad.

Also comes with some dumplings in soup.

I like to order these deepfried pork which are probably very suspicious cuts of left over meat, but they are quite addictive as a crunchy snack.

Lots of cooked food (mostly deepfried) to whet your appetite.


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