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KLCC - View From the Park Local cuisine can be called one of the most diverse in the world. Culinary traditions represent a unique combination of Indian, Chinese, Malaysian and African features. Even a great connoisseur would get lost in a variety of national dishes. Everywhere you can taste the traditional curry and chicken, delicious fish and noodles. The most important feedstuff is rice; it is the basis of most national dishes. Rice can be fried with vegetables and spices, steamed or mixed with pieces of fruit for desserts, stewed in coconut milk and served as excellent side dishes.
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In national cuisine restaurant guests would be offered rice with vegetables or seafood, it can be complemented with a wide variety of components. In addition to diverse restaurants, you can find a huge number of outdoor stalls in the city, which sell a wide variety of delicacies. Many of such eating places may seem questionable, but they are very popular among the indigenous population. Dishes are always fresh and tasty, so some of the stalls are no less popular than well-known restaurants.
In the mid-day long queues can line up to them - so large the number of regular customers is. Usually stalls offer a decent portion of rice with an addition that customer picks for himself. Selection of additional components is usually great: fresh and steamed vegetables, fish and exotic seafood, as well as all satay ayam kebabs of meat or chicken. These stalls also differ with reasonable prices, which would come in handy for budget travelers. Copyright www.orangesmile.com
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The most important meal is breakfast; in the morning, the menu of restaurants and cafes strikes by diversity. The most popular dish for breakfast among the indigenous people is nasi lemak. It is rice cooked in coconut milk that is complemented with boiled eggs, anchovies, cucumber and roasted peanuts. Despite the abundance of components, their combination is very successful. Some restaurants offer traditional Chinese dishes. Peking duck here is just as good as seafood and rice. In Kuala Lumpur vegetarian restaurants are common. You can also find a lot of interesting delicacies in their menus.
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia The most luxurious and famous restaurants in Kuala Lumpur can be found in Bangsar where the famous Cantonese restaurant The Ming Room is located. Popular Chinese dishes are prepared here according to interesting author's recipes, this restaurant is sure to impress connoisseurs of fine cuisine. They will be able to taste exquisite goose liver pate with mollusks added during the cooking. Crabs and shrimps with honey sauce are skillfully prepared in this restaurant as well. The most enchanting dessert is durian pudding, guests are offered a large selection of wines to complement the dishes.
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WiP Restaurant & Wine Bar specializes in international cuisine. It serves salmon with author sauces, meat dishes with mushrooms and fruit sauces, and a lot of original salads. It is believed that it is here that you can try the most delicious Caesar salad in town. For dessert, many guests of the restaurant order a chocolate cake, here they also bake wonderful homemade cookies.
Kuala Lumpur at Night Those who're looking for fine dining should pay attention to Tamarind Springs - Jalan Ampang. It represents traditional Indo-Chinese cuisine serving a lot of interesting spicy dishes. Among its specialties are roasted sea bass with tamarind sauce, original Asian salads, crab soup, and signature asparagus dishes.
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The 39 - Jalan Ampang is deservedly popular among budget travelers. In this cozy small restaurant, you can not only taste excellent inexpensive food but also enjoy interesting entertainment. The menu offers a rich selection of Asian and European dishes; the restaurant's spacious hall has a special stage where musicians play for guests almost every day.
Federal Mosque @ Masjid Wilayah, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia One of the best Japanese restaurants in Kuala Lumpur is Kampachi, there are several restaurants of this chain in the city. Here you can always taste interesting dishes from chicken, seafood and traditional sushi, as well as desserts widely popular in Japan. This place is popular among gourmets who have a chance to try exclusive rare types of seafood. Kampachi is remarkable for its extensive wine list. In recent years, it has been awarded many honorary awards and is now considered one of the best restaurants in Malaysia.
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Where to go for dinner in Kuala Lumpur: recommended cafe and restaurants

Senses
Where: KL-Studio, Hilton Kuala Lumpur 3 Jalan Stesen Sentral, 50470,, Kuala Lumpur; Telephone: +60 (0)3 2264 2264; Metro: Stop;
Chynna
Where: KL-Studio, Hilton Kuala Lumpur 3 Jalan Stesen Sentral, 50470, Kuala Lumpur; Telephone: +60 (0)3 2264 2264; Metro: Stop;
Bijan
Where: 3 Jalan Ceylon, 50200, Kuala Lumpur; Telephone: +60 (0)3 2031 3575; Metro: Raja Chulan (KL Monorail);
Coca Restaurant
Where: 1st Floor KL Plaza,179 Jalan Bukit Bintang, 55100, Kuala Lumpur; Telephone: +60 (0)3 2145 9600; Metro: Bukit Bintang (KL Monorail);
Bombay Palace
Where: 215 Jalan Tun Razak, 50400, Kuala Lumpur; Telephone: +60 (0)3 2145 4241;
Oasis
Where: Lot 61-2 and 61-3, Jalan Maarof, Bangsar, Kuala Lumpur; Telephone: +60 (0)3 2282 6545; Metro: Bangsar (Putra LRT);
Jalan Alor
Where: Jalan Alor, 50200, Kuala Lumpur;
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