Good Food Around Pacific Express Hotel Kuala Lumpur
While staying in Pacific Express Hotel Central Market, you will find a wide variety of shops serving a wide spread of local foods. Malaysia is not just famous for many tourist attractions, but also our huge variety of food with our distinct flavours to it. Here are few of our favourites and also well-known places for foodies!
Soong Kee Beef Noodles
Soong Kee’s beef noodles are indeed exceptionally amazing. After 67 years in business and helmed by two generations, Soong Kee still lives up to its standards and deserves its fine reputation as a hawker stall that serves some of the tastiest beef ball noodles in town. The flavourful noodle dish is served with a choice of tender beef slices, tendons, tripe or beef balls, all of which are daily made.
86, JalanTunH.S.Lee, 56000, Kuala Lumpur, WP Kuala Lumpur, 50050
Nasi Briyani Tajuddin
If you talk about eating nasibriyani in Kuala Lumpur, we love NasiBriyaniTajuddin which located right across our hotel. NasiBerianiTajudin is known for its deep fried chicken. It also offers other equally delicious dishes like chicken curry, fish, cuttle fish, lamb, eggs and exotic quail. And not forgetting its yummy sambal! The prices are also easy on the wallet!
8, Jalan Hang Kasturi, 50000 Kuala Lumpur, WP Kuala Lumpur, 50050
Precious Old China
Located in Kuala Lumpur’s Central Market, Precious Old China restaurant & bar offers a quaint dining experience amidst Malaysian antiques and vintage Colonial furniture.This restaurant is run by the same operators of the popular Old China Café in the heart of Chinatown, nearby Central Market.
Specializing in Peranakan dishes, the cafe serves stellar choices of savoury, spicy dishes. What we like about Precious Old China is that they got everything right – from the ambiance, food and also the affordable prices.
Lot 2, Mezzanine Floor, Central Market, Jalan Hang Kasturi, 50000 Kuala Lumpur, WP Kuala Lumpur, 50050
Famous for its Chapatis. Restoran Santa has been around for at least 25 years. The bread was simply great, just the way it was before. Santa’s chapati was relatively large and had the perfect combination of ghee and whole-wheat flour. Each bite was warm and crispy on the top, with a fluffy centre. Restoran Santa is one of those places that deserve an award for keeping the Malaysian appetite for chapati sated for so long. Its food is plentiful, and bursts with good and honest value.
11, JalanTun H S Lee, 50100 Kuala Lumpur, WP Kuala Lumpur, 50050