8 Must-Eat Foods at Lot 10 Hutong!
Endorsed by Hong Kong’s celebrity food critic, Chua Lam, Lot 10 Hutong is the pioneer in gathering well-known heritage food brands in one place in a modern shopping mall. The interior of the non-halal food court is to imitate the Hutong or alleys in Beijing, which explains why the stalls are arranged in a maze-like structure. Now the food court houses as many as 34 different heritage food stalls at Lot 10 Hutong, offering all kinds of mouth-watering street foods to whet your appetite. Given its strategic location in the heart of Golden Triangle, the price of the food at Lot 10 Hutong is on the high side. That is probably why most of the customers here are tourists rather than locals.
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If you are not familiar with this heritage food court at Lot 10 Hutong, here are 8 popular food stalls you must try when you happen to visit this place: (The stalls below are arranged in no particular order. All the establishments are not halal.)

1. Durian Lagenda

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Located at the entrance near Chatime, Durian Lagenda is one of the latest additions to the food scene at Lot 10 Hutong. This stall at Lot 10 Hutong specialize in frozen durian and a wide variety of durian desserts. Both frozen D24 and Musang King durians are available, so that tourists and locals can enjoy the best of Malaysian durian all year round. For dessert, they have some special creations, such as durian ice cream, durian pancakes, durian cupcakes and durian mochi, which are rich in durian flavors, as they are all made from real durian flesh.

2. Layumcha

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Some of you might not know that there is actually a mini dim sum restaurant at Lot 10 Hutong called Layumcha. The restaurant pays tribute to the founder of YTL whose name ends with “Lay”. If there is only one dim sum that you can try at this restaurant, it is definitely the Yi Bao Er Hong, which is a giant Chinese bun filled with moist and delicious bbq pork. Another specialty dish is the Huang Chao Shao Mai, which is made of minced pork, prawn and mushroom and steamed to perfection until the Shao Mai is bouncy and succulent. Apart from steamed dishes, their baked dim sum and desserts are also highly recommended.

3. Kim Lian Kee

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The name of Kim Lian Kee is no stranger to lovers of fried Hokkien Mee, as they are well-known to be the original restaurant that had invented the famous fried noodle dish nearly a hundred years ago. Although the food stall is located at Lot 10 Hutong which is inside a shopping mall, you would be surprised that they are still using charcoal fire to stir-fry each and every plate of fried noodles. The signature fried Hokkien Mee is stir-fried to order to ensure the noodles are hot and fragrant when they are served. If you are looking for something porky to warm your palate, can also give their delicious Pork Soup a try.

4. Ho Weng Kee

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The original shop of Ho Weng Kee at SS2 PJ had ceased operation in 2009 after the owner had retired, and this stall at Lot 10 Hutong becomes the only place where you can still savour their legendary Wantan Mee. Upon arriving at the stall, you’ll be greeted by enticing Char Siew strips hanging in a glass showcase. The wantan noodles here can be mixed and matched with different ingredients, including braised pork rib, beef stew, char siew or roasted chicken drumstick. The wantan noodles live up to their reputation with a rich taste and moist texture. The braised pork ribs in black bean sauce are delicious too and match perfectly with wantan noodles.

5. Penang Famous Fried Kway Tiao

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Ranked as one of the top 10 Char Kway Teow by OpenRice, this humble stall at Lot 10 Hutong does churn out one of the best CKT in town. The kway teow can be stir-fried with either chicken egg or more rarely seen duck egg. If budget is not a constraint, opt for the duck egg version, as it gives your Char Kway Teow a more fragrant and richer taste. What’s more, the CKT here is less oily and less over-fried, and the prawns are a lot bigger than those offered by street vendors!

6. Soong Kee Beef Noodles

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Originally from Petaling Street, Soong Kee is well-known for their Hakka style Beef Noodles. The old shop was founded in 1945. They have 70 years of experience in preparing delicious beef noodles. Now you can have a try on this delicious beef noodles from this stall at Lot 10 Hutong. Both dry and soup versions are available. Go for the dry version if you want to have a taste of Soong Kee’s traditional beef noodles. It is served with a bowl of dry noodles topped with minced meats and a bowl of beef soup with beef slices, beef balls, and beef innards. A set meal that includes a plate of vegetables and a tea drink is also available.

7. Roast Duckking

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A stall at Lot 10 Hutong specializing in Cantonese style BBQ Meat, especially their signature roasted duck. The duck is stuffed with traditional Chinese herbs and roasted with charcoal fire to perfection until the skin is golden brown. Bite into the delicious roasted duck with crispy skin and juicy meat rich in herbal flavors. Apart from roasted duck, they also offer equally good Char Siew, Roasted Pork, and Soy Sauce Chicken. If you want to try several types of BBQ meats in one go, try their BBQ 3 Combo Rice served with 3 different BBQ meats of your choice.

8. Oriental Dessert

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There’s always room for dessert. Oriental Dessert is not really a heritage brand (as they only have outlets in shopping malls), but they do offer some very good local desserts, especially their signature ABC. The Ais Kacang comes with a mountain of shaved ice covered with all kinds of ingredients, including red beans, corns, cendol, grass jelly, peanut and sea coconut. To make the ABC even more delicious, you can choose to add in durian with an extra charge. Aside from cold desserts, they also offer some hot desserts, such as Bubur Cha Cha, Bubur Pulut Hitam, and Pak Kor Fur Chuk, to tantalize your taste-buds. Click here to check out more interesting food courts to visit in Klang Valley.
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