In Kuala Lumpur, there’s many food courts with a vast array of cuisines. Malaysian food courts are a gourmet affair and the best place to dig into the local cuisine. Check out our list below of the best food courts in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia‘s capital city.
The Hutong Food Court at the Lot 10 shopping center is where all of Kuala Lumpur’s best street food vendors come together to bring you the taste of Malaysia. Many of these vendors have been making their signature dishes for more than a century and have passed the recipes on from generation to generation, in the effort to preserve local cooking culture. With so many famous vendors in one place, you can’t go wrong at this food court.
Bringing together cuisines from around the world, the food court at Suria KLCC is fantastic. As you walk around you’ll find food stalls with cuisine from India, Malaysia, China, Thailand, Lebanon, Japan, Vietnam and your classic fast food stalls, such as Subway and McDonalds. From rice dishes, hot dogs, curries and pizza to sandwiches, visitors are bound to find something they will enjoy. The average meal at Signatures is very budget-friendly ranging around three dollars. The food court overlooks the KLCC Park making it a pretty place to have a lunch or dinner at.
Bringing a fresh face to food courts, Food Republic at Pavilion KL brings the best of hawkers and restaurants under a single platform with incredibly cheap prices. Indulge your tastebuds at Food Republic in a mountain of various rice dishes from around the world, noodles, desserts, seafood and more. Food Republic aims to bring people top-notch Asian fare so it’s best to go on an empty stomach as there’s a lot to try. 168 Jalan Bukit Bintang, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, +603 2118 8833
The SS2 Selera Malam food court is the go-to spot for local and Asian street foods. Incredibly popular with the local crowd, it has received the nickname Wai Sek Kai, meaning ‘gluttony lane’. Start at stall 62 for its famous skewered meat and seafood or wander over to stall 51 for some of the local cuisine. For something incredibly hearty, stall 19 offers a delicious clay pot chicken rice and to fulfil any sweet cravings, head over to stall 41 for some ABC, which is shaved ice topped with a sweet garnish.
Located in Senlangor, Asia Café is a food court that is worth the trek. With over 80 food outlets serving food from across the globe, the food court is always full with hungry patrons indulging in the delicacies. The food court even boasts two projectors and many elevated plasma screens so people can eat and watch football at the same time. There are also over 300 internet cafés for gamers who wish to dine and play. Jalan SS 15/8a, Subang Jaya, Senlangor, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, +603 2032 2388