Crossroad Kampong Baru ( New Village ) in KL's new but old Malay heartland,
still traditional and plenty of pre-independence ( before 1957 ) nostalgic feel.
Malay traditional food and souvenir centre.
2 km from Jln TAR KL & 2 km from Hotel Sheraton KL
Lips tingling bsg custom made Nasi Campur ( selection of meats and vegetables 'mixed' on a plate of steamed white rice ).
Visit any of the many many stalls here by the roadsides and behind this & that buildings & choose from 25 or so different power packed dishes in some shiny aluminium containers ala a buffet spread. Usually under RM6 a head with 'syrup' ( rose flavored reddish sweetish ) drink.
Check out also on-the-spot smokey cheap cheap ikan bakar ( bbq fish ) & 'best' nasi lemaks in town .
Another Little India in KL called Masjid India (off Jln Tuanku Abdul Rahman ). A busy congregation of Indian textile and embroidery shops alongside ( strangely ) many Malay eateries.
A typical snack of Indian thosai with multiple sauces , + many more. Just in case you think that sharp thing is some kind of crepe just so you know it has a 2000 years old story ok ! For other exciting Indian specialities check out from the click our must meet soon pro herself okay !
bsg's no 1 choice for its crisp tasty feel