Best Places for Supper in KL

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Supper by definition is a light snack in the later evening, but us Malaysians, we don’t do things by definition. No matter what people say, there is just something about having a meal in the dead of the night; it’s cooler, most of your friends only come to life at night, and because when the sun goes away, then only we would go out and play. When those late night cravings hit, finding a good place to dine may not sound as easy, unless you are the resident night owl. With that said, do scroll down and you'll discover a list of places worth visiting after dark.

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    The steamboat at Hong Kong Hot Pot Restaurant is one of the richer and more expansive hotpots in the area. All of this is attributed to the selection of soups as well as the myriad of ingredients you can place in your pot. Hong Kong Hot Pot Restaurant takes the selection of soup very seriously, which is seen in soup bases such as “Sakura Pork Bone Soup”, “Imported HK Century Egg & Coriander” and “Szechuan Spicy” to name a few. As far as the ingredients go, there are a tonne of options, but one of the standout options is definitely the “Hong Kong Fried Fish Skin”, which is recommended to be eaten only after two small dips into the pot unlike the other ingredients (which all go into the pot at one go). This helps retain the flavour and the crispiness in the fish skin. Another set of ingredients that get a similar treatment is the “US Premium Marble Beef Slice”, where the stages of cooking can be seen with each individual dip, adding a great visual element to the experience. All of this can be accompanied with the house made chilli sauce and the Taiwanese Black Bean sauce to add a few more notches of flavour.

    Tips

    Dip items like salmon skin and beef slices into the pot twice as opposed to adding it into the pot like the other ingredients.

    Things to expect

    The house made chilli sauce can prove to be extremely spicy for some

    Best with

    The Taiwanese Black Bean sauce works well with most, if not, all the cooked ingredients.

    Price

    RM35.00 to RM200.00

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    No.39, Lot 10-a, Level 2, Telawi Square, Jalan Telawi 3, 59100, Bangsar Baru, Kuala Lumpur
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    012-3206071

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    04:00PM—12:00AM
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