When someone mention hokkien mee in Klang Valley, people automatically think of the place in Uptown or those in the city centre. One will expect Kepong to have a few good ones especially since it is a Chinese-populated area. Fortunately for us, we found one of the best in Kepong
Lieong Kee Bae Good Teh (良记肉骨茶) is the one of the most popular and longest-serving bak kut teh restaurant in Kepong that we love and frequent. My family and I have been visiting this place on weekends for breakfast at least once a month since I was a teenager, probably
The Big Tree Head Mamak Stall (大樹頭 Mamak) was voted by many Malaysian food bloggers to have one of the best crispy fried chicken and nasi lemak in Kuala Lumpur. This mamak stall is well-known to all Kepong residents and being Kepong people ourselves, we have frequented this place many times,
If you are looking for the best loh mee in Kepong, look no further because the best is in Kepong Baru. Ulu Yam Mee House (吁噜音面家饭店) offers not your typical loh mee, but like in its name, it offers Ulu Yam loh mee (or simply Ulu Yam mee for some).
The famous Korean BBQ, Sae Ma Eul in Solaris Hartamas opened a branch in Medan Putra Business Centre, Kepong. Similar to its parent, this branch is always packed with customer till late night. I find the prices in Sae Ma Eul are always more competitive compared to other Korean BBQ
Update: The booth has been permanently closed
The famous Hokkaido Ice Cream Puff just opened in town. Originated from Kampar, the latest craze of ice cream in cute Japanese crispy cream puff is now in Kepong. A perfect dessert to beat the afternoon scorching sun!
Hokkaido Ice Cream Puff has just opened