In the past one year, we have been very active in writing articles introducing the best foods in Malaysia, especially Klang Valley area. Some articles have received tremendous response from our readers. To wrap up the fruitful year of 2014, let’s take a look at the top 10 most viewed OpenRice Malaysia articles (English) in 2014 (click the title or photo to read the article)
No. 10: 15 Awesome Places to Try in Damansara Uptown
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Damansara Uptown in PJ has recently become a hot spot for new and innovative eateries. In this article, we have picked 15 restaurants, including some new restaurants that have become the talk of the town and a few old restaurants that are still very popular among the locals. Click and refresh your memory about these 15 awesome places!
No. 9: 10 Must-Have Foods in Setapak
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Setapak has changed drastically in recent years. We see a boom of population and new restaurants in this area, as more and more new condos and commercial blocks are built in Setapak. In this article, we feature 10 old and new restaurants that you shouldn’t miss!
No. 8: 10 Insanely Good Foods at Jalan Ipoh, KL
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Bak Kut Teh? Curry Mee? Yong Tau Foo? Fried Hokkien Mee? Try them all at Jalan Ipoh in KL, where you can whet your appetite with lots of mouth-watering Chinese hawker foods. The 10 restaurants featured in this article are popular not only among the locals, but also visitors from other parts of Klang Valley!
No. 7: 10 Best Fried Hokkien Mee in KL & PJ
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Only 6 Fried Hokkien Mee restaurants in KL are introduced in the first version of this article. To make the list more complete, we have updated the article to include another 4 well-known restaurants in KL & PJ. If you are a huge fan of Fried Hokkien Mee, make sure you don’t miss any of the awesome restaurants!
No. 6: Top 10 Pork Noodles in Klang Valley to Die For
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Pork noodles have always been one of Malaysian Chinese’s favorite hawker foods. However, finding a bowl of pork noodles that is really good is not easy, because it takes many years of experience to perfect the recipe. This article features 10 highly recommended pork noodles in Klang Valley. Click to find out more!
No. 5: 10 Must-Have Foods in Seapark, PJ
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One of our earlier articles introducing the best foods in PJ area. Seapark, as most PJ-lites would know, is an old and quiet neighborhood with lots of awesome foods. The success of myBurgerLab in this area has also helped to rejuvenate this place and make it popular among the youngsters. Click to find out what you shouldn’t miss in Seapark!
No. 4: Top 10 Prawn Mee in KL & PJ- updated
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The popularity of this article shows how much Malaysian people like prawn mee (or hokkien mee in Penang)! Prawn mee in Klang Valley is so common that you can find it at almost any hawker centre, but it’s not easy to find the really good ones. Again, this convenient article will be helpful to anyone who is looking for some of the best prawn mee in town!
No. 3: Top 10 Long-Queue Restaurants in the Klang Valley!
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This article is to answer a simple question: how long are Malaysian people willing to queue up for good or popular foods? It has become more and more common to see a long queue in front of new restaurants in KL. We might write a new article to include newer long-queue restaurants, such as the Magnum Café and Tim Ho Wan. Stay tuned!
No. 2: 10 Best Char Siew in KL & PJ to Die For
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Very few people could resist the temptation of delicious Char Siew with a melt-in-your-mouth texture. The best Char Siew has to be grilled using charcoal fire to infuse the meat with strong fragrance and flavor. Click to find out what are our top picks for delicious Char Siew in Klang Valley!
No 1: Top 5 Wonton Noodles in K.L.
(206K views & counting)
Our most viewed article of the year! Good Wonton Noodles are deceptively simple. It takes a lot of time and effort to prepare the basic ingredients, including the egg noodles, the char siew, and the wonton. Some of the best wonton noodle stalls recommended in this article have been around for several decades. Try them one day and you’ll be impressed!