Segambut is an industrial area surrounded by Sentul, Kepong or even Mont Kiara. Along Segambut, you get to see many factories and there are some hidden gems that you might not notice! Let's go!
Their fried chicken is famous and has been opened for more than 50 years. Now, it is the second generation of their family that is operating the shop. You get choose the part of the chicken, like the chicken wing, chicken breast or chicken thigh, that you like. Marinated with their homemade recipe, you should try this out.
One of the must-try here is the grilled chicken wings! Thin and crispy skin that makes it just nice, many tables were seen enjoying a lot of grilled chicken wings here. Don't miss it.
This delicious clay pot chicken rice is hidden within the factories in Segambut and they have been there for more than 30 years. The chef now is the owner’s son, he insists on cooking the food himself to keep up with the quality of the food. The
claypot they use must be cooked with boiling oil before using it for cooking the chicken rice, as this would make the chicken rice to be aromatic!
Coming to this food court, the Pan Mee is a must-try as it is one of the oldest stalls with a more 30 over years here. The Pan Mee is made on the spot when it is ordered, it is added with pork slices, minced pork, anchovies, vegetables and fried 'Fu Chuk' (beancurd skin).
A Hakka Restaurant in Segambut at Sri Sinar area and it is very popular! They have attracted a lot of Korean and Japanese tourist to come over just because of their Lei Cha. The Lei Cha served here comes in six small bowls of ingredients then the ingredients are mixed into a bowl of rice and the tea is to be poured into the bowl. A very healthy dish that you need to try!
Kah Hing Restaurant is a Vietnamese restaurant nearby Hor Poh Restaurant. Their signatures here are the Vietnamese coffee, Specialty Braised Pork Knuckle, and Spring Rolls. The Vietnamese Coffee is made the same as those in Vietnam, slow drip. Rich and aromatic coffee, so good that you can enjoy them here! Their braised pork knuckles is another specialty and it is rare to be found in KL. The pork knuckles are served with the Hor Fun and braised eggs, the knuckles are so crunchy to bite, so addictive to the taste!
Once you mention about Yu Ai at Segambut, their Seafood Noodle would be the thing that some of the people would think of. Their seafood noodle has a lot of ingredients like the big prawns, mussels, clams, salmon fish slice, and squids. The broth that can be chosen - original, curry and Tom yam soup, you can choose the one that fit the best for your noodle.
Bak Kut Teh! Anyone’s favorite? Come over to Joe Wong, they are very famous among the local. Joe Wong is located beside a temple and there are many old customers that do come back for their Bak Kut Teh. The signatures of the shop include the San Bei Chicken, Fried Meat Tendon and Sauce Fried Tilapia Fish Head. The San Bei Chicken is made in Malaysian style to fit Malaysian taste which is different from the Taiwan style as it is much drier and there
are no Basil added.
Xan Ling is good in cooking hometown dishes and the signatures dishes here are mostly cooked in the clay pot just like the Clay Pot Prawn Noodle and Clay Pot Bone Porridge, there is also Bak Kut Teh here. The Clay Pot Prawn Noodle is made fresh when ordered, the noodles are homemade and it is smooth to be eaten, the broth has the prawn and sliced pork making taste of the soup so delicious. The Braised Pork or Braised Chicken is also a must to try as they taste is braised until very rich and tasty.
Ipoh Road Hakka Yong Tau Fu has moved from an old bungalow to a new place nearby, the 6th floor of the Cairnhill Hotel. At here, the place is bigger and wider which able to fit in 200 people with air conditioning and the food price is not increased also! The customers get to enjoy a good environment with the delicious homemade Yong Tau Foo. The Yong Tau Foo is made fresh every day and is with rich and delicious broth.