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Affordable Food in Bangsar

  • Piggy Tail, Bangsar

    by Bangsar Babe

    When Piggy Tail replaced Foodtique in Bangsar Baru, I already knew what to expect from the menu – especially with such a porcine sounding name. I was a little sad to see one of our regular dining places go but excited about the idea of another pork restaurant in Bangsar.…

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  • Daro Crispy Chicken, Bangsar

    by Bangsar Babe

    Fried chicken is one of my diet nemeses – I find it difficult to resist the lure of crispy skin and piping hot meat, seasoned with special spices. Buttermilk fried chicken is currently at the top of my list and this is especially delicious served with poached eggs, brunch style.…

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  • Straits Food Company, Bangsar

    by Bangsar Babe

    There’s plenty to like about Peranakan (Nyonya) cuisine, an amalgamation of Chinese, Malay and Portuguese influences in one cauldron. To date, the best Nyonya food I’ve tried still comes from my mother in-law’s kitchen. She makes delicious ayam pongteh, ayam buah keluak, popiah and Nyonya laksa, among many others. :)…

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  • KariGuys, Bangsar

    by Bangsar Babe

    Sempalit curry chicken is new to me — it was only a few weeks ago that I heard about it from my in-laws and a colleague of rif, who comes from Raub. According to them, the curry chicken from that town is laden with spices and worth the trip. When…

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  • Rocky Restaurant in Bangsar

    by Bangsar Babe

    I’ve lived in Bangsar almost all my life – having moved to the neighbourhood when I was two – hence the name “Bangsar Babe”. The area has changed tremendously ever since; shops come and go, and some relocated to a different street. Like Devi’s Corner. Rocky Restaurant is one of…

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  • WTF Restaurant, Bangsar

    by Bangsar Babe

    My family observes a healthy diet at home, with vegetable as the focus instead of meat. While I eat fatty food outside, I always look forward to a fat-free, no MSG meal. One of the few vegetarian restaurants I tried that echoes no preservatives and no MSG is WTF Restaurant,…

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