the famous jalan alor. basically it is a street selling local cursine at tourist price . never the less is a place that cannot be miss . located in bukit bintang itself just 10min walk from pavillion . take note this street only come alive during the night time . it can be very pack during the weekend . price wise for all resturant is about the same , do ask before order especailly those state as current maket rate and always per 100g instead of per piece ..
Kuala Lumpur's Arrow Street is very similar to Wangfujing in Beijing or Zhongshan Road in Xiamen. On the one hand, there are large shopping malls and tall buildings, on the other hand, it is an open-air food street. For tourists, this is the place to go. On the streets of about 1000 meters long, restaurants are densely distributed on both sides. They mainly serve seafood and Southeast Asian cuisine. Most of the diners are tourists, so the waiters of restaurants will stand directly on the street to solicit customers. There are also trolley foods, tropical fruits and hand-made ice cream that are indispensable. Eating and walking will never fail your stomach.
This street is a very busy place with night stalls. It's just down the road from Michivuden. All kinds of snacks, to the wall!
Best food... strategic locations..
Cheap and delicious. The famous Huang Yahua is in the middle of the street. The roast chicken wings are really fragrant and the devil fish are good. Cat Mountain King Durian, indeed great, there is a little bit of bitterness is the authentic Cat Mountain King, rich taste, the entrance on the melt. I have always rejected durian, my sister and husband's great appreciation, taste, it is really delicious.
Forty years ago, Arrow Street was just a red-light district, where several vendors set up shop. Most of the visitors were customers from Fengyue. Later, Arrow Street was transformed into a paradise of food. Many people visited it for a taste of its delicacies. Due to the moderate location, hawker business is booming, from the initial dozens of stalls, to the current hundreds of stalls.
Arrow Street is really busy. The restaurants here are open until the middle of the night, so don't worry about them closing. We chose a popular restaurant and ordered a table of seafood. It was full. How can we miss the authentic Cat Mountain King in Kuala Lumpur? It tastes like it can't be thought of any more. The most important thing is that after eating this meal, we learned that the crabs and groupers we ate in Arrow Street the night before were not alive.