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Eaten either dry or in a soup, the noodles in Sang Nyuk Mian is of a texture closer to that of Japanese soba noodles.
From Chee Cheong Fun and Dim Sum to Portuguese Tarts and Roast Goose, there is delicious food aplenty that won't burn a hole in your pocket.
Restoran Yun Heng in Klang Utama makes a mean bowl of sumptuous Bak Kut Teh with either Lala or fish head. You can also ask for chicken feet.
If you're into seafood cooked Chinese-style, then you'll love the freshness and flavours of the seafood at this restaurant.
The thick broth is comforting and the choices of other ingredients that go into the bowl is simply lip-smacking.
This cafe-restaurant claims to be a British Colonial and Japanese inspired brand, and the menu does reflect the theme pretty well.
Besides the usual pork chops, fish and chips and grilled chicken, this stall is famous for their mouth-watering mashed potato.
The pork ribs here are succulent, sweet, and absolutely delicious.
Located in Bangsar Utama, the food here is super tasty and the restaurant clean.
Besides pao with either chicken or kaya filling, they also make by hand big pao, char siew, red bean, lin yong, as well as mui choi pao.
If ever you're in Kota Kinabalu, drop by at Taukefish Recipe for some of the freshest fish ever but call first because the eatery isn't always open for business.
The in-house smoked beef is the star here, made all the more delicious with the thick, creamy and spicy 'masak lemak' gravy that goes with it.
The lamb stew sold at a stall called Keong Kei is cooked in a clay pot placed atop a portable clay stove fuelled by charcoal.
Tanjung Bunga Penang Nyonya Cuisine dishes up some of the most mouth-watering meals that'll leave you wanting more.
If you've already had your fill of Western food, a taste of some authentic Southern Thai food is all you need to nudge your tastebuds back to life.
This restaurant near Port Klang offers claypot-style Bak Kut Teh in either soup or dry versions, or with seafood if you like.
With an extensive and tempting menu, you would have to go back many a time before you've finally tasted most of the dishes.
The texture of the meat and fat at this restaurant's Bak Kut Teh is as good as any, with the soup carrying a flavourful herbal note.
A plate of Mee Goreng here comes with the usual fritters, squid, potato, eggs, bean sprouts and greens but is taken off the wok while still 'wet'.
Literally meaning 'pounded tea' in Cantonese, Lui Cha is made by pounding a mixture of tea leaves and possibly mint to a green tea-like liquid.
Nothing washes down a hot and spicy snack better than a super chilled bottle of Tiger, especially in Malaysia's hot weather conditions.
The buffet spreads are luscious and delicious, with something for everyone from seafood and salads to meats and desserts.
If you're up to cooking, try your hand at some deep-friend okra or mini bacon pizzas… your friends will love you for it.
Celebrity chef's restaurant called Jamie's Italian at Westfield London is rustic yet classy in design and serves food that is deliciously prepared.