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Where to Eat in Jalan Alor?

As part of Apple Hotel’s mission to help give you a wholesome Malaysian experience, we introduce to you this comprehensive list detailing where to eat in Jalan Alor. A food paradise come nightfall, Jalan Alor packs quite the punch when it comes to food. Mind you that many of these places to eat in Jalan Alor are by no means fine dining however, they do serve up delicious meals with a whole lot of tradition in it. Many are simple street side stalls but they have generations of traditions in preparing these food that most find hard to emulate. So, shall we take a look at the nominees?

Restoran Bak Kut Teh Ah Yee

“I tried the steamed fish head with mashed green ginger. The portion was big and the fish did not have any fishy smell. Very well done I must say. They also have something not found in many places in Malaysia which is the mutton satay from China. The satay was very well flavored and can be quite spicy and you can’t go wrong with a few bottle of beers!”

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Mutton Satay

Reviewed by: fieryfoodlover on Malaysia Most Wanted – Food

 

Wong Ah Wah Grilled Chicken Wings

“Pardon me, but I have no recollection of the restaurant’s name, which houses Wong Ah Wah Chicken Wings stall. But does it matter? When everyone recognizes the place as THE best choice for grilled chicken wings. And it’s hard not to see why people got into bouts of involuntary trance, enticed, hypnotized, and even willing to use up that extra joules of energy in order to get down and dirty, by digging in into the marvelous chicken wings in an air-conditioned setting.”

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Chicken Wings (Motormouth from Ipoh)

Reviewed by: Motormouth from Ipoh – Malaysian Food & Travel

 

Sister Drunken Chicken Noodle

“Then I smell it, and took a spoonful of soup into my mouth. It was laden with sweet, sweet taste of Chinese wine, the noodle was soaked with the very same sweetness, and there were intestine, chicken, liver, and plenty of those ginger too. It turned out to be better than expected, it was the best drunken chicken noodle (or soup) that I’ve tasted. By the time I was done the bowl was practically dry of all the rice wine broth.”

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Chicken Noodles (kyspeaks.com)

Reviewed by: kyspeaks.com

 

Meng Kee Grill Fish

“Overall, all of them tasted good (except the fried rice – very normal) but my favourite was the Deep Fried Sotong – crispy on the outside but tender on the inside.”

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Grilled Stingray

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Butter Fried Squids

Reviewed by: Memoirs of a Chocoholic –Here Fishy, Fishy, Fishy……

 

Charn Kee Tasty Corner

“I tried their fish meat ball, about 4 years ago… They serve one of the best (if not the best) fish meat ball I’ve ever try before. The shop is managed by sisters (I think) and they are very nice to talk with. This place is a bit hot (if you sit outside) and always packed during lunch hours.”

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Seafood Noodles (EATINOUT)

Reviewed by: EATINOUT – Charn Kee Tasty Corner

We hope this comprehensive list has helped solve your conundrum of where to eat in Jalan Alor. So, go ahead and indulge in some amazing yet cheap food unique to Malaysia.

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