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Published on May 5th, 2008 | by email2me


Jalan Sayur Food Street (Pudu, KL)

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Place: Jalan Sayur Food Street (Pudu, KL)

Location : Near Pudu
GPS Coordinate : N3 08.108 E101 42.773
Address : Refer map
Contact No :
Website :
Business Hour : From 6pm till midnight
Off Day :
Food Type: Hawker foods
Price: Reasonable to cheap range
Payment Terms : Cash
Cleanliness Votes : 1/5
Food Votes : 4/5
Air Conditioned : No
Halal : No
Smoking and non smoking zone : No
Tax : No
Recommended Foods : Pork and seafood Noodle, Steam Sweet Egg, Fried Chicken, Fried Lor Bak Gou (Koay Kak for Penang people), Chee Cheong Fun with curry chicken feet, Nyonya Kuih, Yam cake, pork organ broth and Indian Soup

Recommended Drinks : Assorted desserts and herbal tea stalls

This food streets starts its business around 6pm herunterladen. Most of the stalls here are operated by senior citizens for more than a decade. All the foods taste really good except the pork noodles are inconsistent in the quality when taking a lot orders skiregion simulator. Price wise are consider cheap in KL. The cleanliness is rated 1/5 as it is situated in the middle of the road under open air condition.

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A GPS Friendly food blogs featuring foods from backstreet to fine dining. Food POI does not do much in depth review on the foods but we provide sufficient info and details on what to order so that it won't spoil your dining appetite.

4 Responses to Jalan Sayur Food Street (Pudu, KL)

  1. veehong says:

    I will vote the indian soup kambing as the best in town.

    full with spice and lamb aroma, the lamb is tender and remain the mild lamb taste. not the heavy coconut cream type.
    * i think they use goat meat.

  2. Ken says:

    mutton soup of course use goat meat la ….. hahaha …

    do you mean goat milk?

  3. veehong says:

    From my understanding. lamb and goat are different thing and taste differently. I believe we confused all the time.

  4. Ken says:

    I guess so. Local’s mutton are definitely origin from goat and those imported from Australia might be from lamb.

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