Good Eats in Kuala Lumpur : Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia (Revisited) Part 2 of 2

It was my second time to visit KL and it was indeed lovelier this time around. Largely because I have enjoyed the local food more. I owe it to my colleagues for their hospitality and for having a well travelled taste buds. They just know where the good foods are.

Our first stop was La la Chong Seafood Restaurant which happens to be the most popular seafood village in Malaysia for its wonderful repertoire of seafood cuisine. It's a household name made famous for its version of La la Soup (Clam Soup). The soup was really good. It's refreshing with just the right amount of ginger and spicy notes. I won't be surprised if it will be called by the locals as their comfort food. Apart from this signature dish, there are other equally delicious fare available.

Salted Egg Yolk Prawn - creamy, crunchy, spicy (all the goodness rhyme!)

Satay Chicken - creamy, nutty, really tasty, the satay sauce just perfectly complements the chicken, the lemongrass is distinct and it gave an enjoyable kick in the chicken meat

Sauted Vegetables - made the entire meal complete

Sauted Fern Vegetables with Tuna - spicy with good sauted notes, the vegetables have a distinctively pleasant nibble

Chili Crab - spicy, a tad sour, creamy, perfect for a fried bun (although a bit less tasty than Singapore's version)
By far the best Fresh Coconut Juice I've ever had! Mildly sweet, nutty and the coconut meat was very soft.

The next stop was at Shiang Hai Vegetarian Restaurant. It offers vegetarian foods that are creatively thought of and well executed. Look at these delectable sushis made of vegetables, fruits and herbs. They were an absolute beauty on a plate. Likewise, the taste is a delight to the apetite too.

On the whole, every morsel that got into my palate undoubtedly brought a lasting gastronomic memory of Malaysia. I was captivated and left wanting for more.   


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