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Night Feeder of Kuala Lumpur

Ever having the urges to eat at night? But can’t help it and grumbles your way
through the night losing much needed sleep! If you happen to be in Kuala Lumpur you
need not worry because there’s the ‘pasar malam’ the local night market that sells nearly
everything cheap! At the ‘pasar malam’ you can find all kinds of food, cooked or raw, fruits, vegetables, clothes, and even toys for your kids.

You can also head towards the ‘warong Mamak’ an Indian Muslim eatery that serves
special kind of soups, the ‘Torpedo Soup’ and the ‘Gearbox Soup’ after hours, the hot
tasty ‘Torpedo Soup’. It’s a local favourite aphrodisiac! The ‘Gearbox Soup’ is made
of cow’s bone marrow and will certainly warm up your blood in the chill Kuala Lumpur
night. There’s also the ‘kopitiam’ a Chinese colonial era type of eatery to cater the
nostalgic taste buds that crave ancient-fashioned cooking serving Chinese teas even to a shark
fins soup. Entering a ‘kopitiam’ means go inside the 1950 and 1960 era with the jukebox
and the golden oldies memorabilia dominating the interior bringing back the comfort as
you walk the memory lane. You can’t help it but to reckon of the Beatles as you sip the hot
Chinese teas in the middle of the cold Kuala Lumpur night when the song ‘Ob-La-Di,
Ob-La-Da’ went on playing at the jukebox making your heart filled with wonderful
emotions and stomach full of tasty foods. If are you still hungry you can still go to
the many street hawkers of Kuala Lumpur particularly located in the well-known tourist hot
spots the Chinatown or popularly known as the Petaling Street which cater to all sort of
diverse cooking from the Chinese ‘dim-sum’ to the Malay ‘satay’, the street hawkers of
Petaling Street opened till late night warming the chill night with their hot fragrant
cooking sending mouth watering aromas into the air, which will make you just drool over
the excellent Malaysian foods.

If you’re lucky you might spot a Lion Dance in Petaling Street, a group dance of two or
four people adorn in a dragon suits.

When you finished with Petaling Street you can also go straight to Small India located at
Jalan Masjid India there you’ll find an abundance of spicy Indian cooking like the
chapatti and ‘Tandorri chicken’ that will spice up your cold dull night as you most
probably loved Indian cultures at work like ‘Thaipusam’ , ‘Ponggal’ festival and
‘Deepavali’ when you eat there at the right time and night. So if you happen to be in KL
and in the night don’t be worried, be adventurous and try all the Malaysian delicacie.

Rohana Ismail is a cooking enthusiast since her childhood. To learn about authentic recipes from Malaysia and traditional Malaysian food, please visit malalysianfoodtasty.com malalysianfoodtasty.com website today.



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