KL – Fried Chicken & Tong Shui @ Jalan Sayur, Pudu

I had always been wanting to visit Jalan Sayur in Pudu to check out the food street there… finally on a Sunday afternoon, I had hours to kill and while driving out for tea, I decided to head to Jalan Sayur. Parking on Sunday was ok, I parked at Jalan Pasar and cut through the alleys to Jalan Sayur.

It’s basically a hidden street in between shophouses in Pudu converted into a food street with stalls offering all sorts of varieties with tables and stools all along the street. From what I observed, this place is mainly serving the local market as their main customer as it is the usual KL street hawker kind of environment, not many tourists may be able to take it but for people like me, its perfect!

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Some of the offering I noticed here are things like chee cheong fun (quite popular from the crowd), homemade pau, porridge, all sort of noodles and my main objective, fried chicken! You will notice this small stall with crowd around it waiting for take aways. Winner’s Fried Chicken offers fried chicken drumstick RM2.40, wings RM2.00, L shaped drumstick RM 3.80, etc.

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Although I am just looking for a snack, I took the L shape drumstick plus a pack of gizzards for RM4.80 and then headed for the tong shui stall for a big bowl (noodles size bowl) of leng chee kang at RM2.80.

There’s definately a huge varieties of food here and this place provides a very good local feel as well, worth checking out for a good street food feast!

Jalan Sayur @ Pudu
GPS: N3 08.110 E101 42.791

3 Responses

  1. VIVIEN Says:

    hi, you are listed in
    http://www.dmoz.org/Recreation/Food/Dining_Guides/Asia/Malaysia/

  2. VIVIEN Says:

    May i know what camera you are using in regards to photos in your food blog? I am doing a personal survey before buying a new camera as current photos in my blog kinda sucks, i am using a 5-years-old Pentax Option4S. Thanks for your help

    possible email me back at vivien_1223[at]yahoo[dot]com

  3. CUPNOODLES Says:

    Hi Vivien, I am using a Panasonic TZ15, pretty good so far, good images, 10x zoom plus wide angle, check it out 😉