$$$ KPO and CZM $$$: Weekend trip to KL

Sunday, March 26, 2017

Weekend trip to KL

KPO has been nagging me every weekend to blog.. Sometimes I wonder if his nagging gets worse with age.. and how am I going to survive this.

To stop KPO's nagging, I shall blog about the food places we have been to in our KL short getaway.

Oversea Restaurant

This restaurant serves real good food!
Must try includes the char siew, sio bak, and their home-made tofu.
This restaurant has a few chain stores, of which one is walking distance from Berjaya Times Square/Pavilion, so anyone who visits KL should not miss this!

We didn't get to eat the char siew on our first day because it was sold out (we reached the restaurant at about 2pm). So people who want to try it should consider making a reservation first (they allow you to reserve char siew).

Website: https://www.oversea.com.my/restaurant/restaurant-oversea-imbi/

Miru Dessert Cafe

For those who have tried After You at Bangkok will know that their Shibuya toast is really good. I thought I would never get to find another good substitute until I tried the Shibuya toast at Miru Dessert Cafe at Pavilion. The toast is crisp and buttery, and goes perfect with the honey sauce. Highly recommend people to give it a try as well.

Website: https://www.facebook.com/mirudessertcafe/

Petaling street Lou Shu Fen

Actually this shop isn't really located at Petaling street. It is located near Petaling street, so anyone who is intending to visit the Chinatown in KL should try this.

KPO and I weren't exactly impressed initially when we see bloggers raved about the Lou Shu Fen; afterall, how good can it be right? Our impression of Lou Shu Fen is typically the one which is served with soup and tasted bland.

However, we were so wrong. The Lou Shu Fen there is served with minced meat in claypot and has the fragrant claypot taste. It was so good we had to order two of it although we weren't hungry. Don't believe how good it is? Just do a simple google search of its review and you will get what I mean.

Address: 52, Jalan Sultan, Kuala Lumpur 50000

We also had some other random meals along the way, such as food at Jalan Alor and some random shopping malls, but the food was not worth mentioning. So this pretty much sums up our fat-die-us trip to KL. Definitely looking forward to another M'sia trip! 

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