More to See and Eat in Petaling Jaya - Kuala Lumpur

After an adventurous morning in Genting Highlands, Mr. T and I made our way back to Kuala Lumpur. This time we were in search for durian! We have heard that we have just missed durian season, so we were expecting the worst but hoping for the best durian!

We made our way to the suburb of Petaling Jaya, which we heard was the home of the durian market. To our disappointment only one durian stall was open, which meant no other stall had any durian stock. Well we didn't want to walk away empty handed so we decided to try the durian anyway.

The first durian we tried was the durian susu (milk durian). Much to our delight this durian was delicious! There was a plenty of the durian and it was sweet, not stringy and just really tasty. Unfortuantely, the second and third durian we tried was so-so, but the first durian made up for it. For the three durian we paid RM85 for them, which was definitely above normal market price as we missed the peak durian season.

After our durian feast we went in search for dinner. This time Mr. T insisted on kway teow. So after some quick internet searching, we found Robert's char kway teow to be the place to go. Robert's stall in locted in Restoran Say Huat, which was a bit difficult to find as it was located in the middle of a quiet and dark residential area. 

Hakka Noodle (RM 6)

Char Kway Teow (RM 6)

Mr. T immediately ordered the char kway teow from Robert's stall. The kway teow was delicious. It was full of flavour and the charring on the rice noodles made it smoky and aromatic. I ended up ordering Hakka Noodle from a different stall and it was satisfying. It was not as flavoursome as the kway teow, but the subtle flavours were just right.

Our tasty dinner concludes our second day in Kuala Lumpur and we're looking forward to even more new experiences! So stay tuned.


SS2 Durian (Ah Wai)
Jalan Harapan
Section 27
Petaling Jaya

Restoran Say Huat
Jalan 17/27
Section 17
Petaling Jaya

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