Situated in the heart of Kuala Lumpur city in Jalan Ampang, a few kilometres away from the Twin Towers of Kuala Lumpur (KLCC) is Restaurant Wadi Hadramawt, a restaurant that specialises in Yemeni and Arabic cuisine. The restaurant opened up on New Year’s Day of 2010 by a Yemeni owner who aimed to create a cozy environment that was well suited to have great conversations, as well as dig into some quality Yemeni and Arabic cooked meals and a number of spirit selections.
Over the months and years, the menu at Restaurant Wadi Hadramawt has changed to reflect today’s consumer. From a few Yemeni meals to our current menu of over 50 items including their hand dipped to order authentic Yemeni ingredients, as well as a great selection of entrée salads and more than 20 vegetarian options. Some of these dishes include Arabian breads like mullawah, soups like Morrocan Harira soup, appetisers like babaganuj, Arabic salad, and hummus, as well as rice dishes (often reffered to as nasi arab) such as lamb haneeth, chicken/lamb kabsa, lamb madghout, and chicken/lamb mendy to name a few. There are also grilled and barbecued meats that will work well with the aforementioned Arabian breads.
To end the meal in Yemeni fashion, a few of the desserts that can be had include baqlawa, bosbosa, mohalabia with fruit, and a number of others. In short, Wadi Hadramawt is a name you can count on to deliver great Yemeni and Arabic food as they have done so for the past few years.
226, Jalan Ampang, 50450, Ampang, Kuala Lumpur