Break time

The Time Out KL team scours the city and be­yond to find out where the best snack foods can be found, from sun-up to sun-down

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Chun­buri Seafood

If you aren’t al­ready stuffed from Chun­buri Seafood’s nasi cam­pur with its am­ple choices of lauk, head to the kuih stand at the en­trance of the res­tau­rant for some dessert. A won­drous dis­play of colours and flavours, the spread of tra­di­tional kuih here of­fers plenty of op­tions. How it works: You get as many empty pack­ets as you want and fill them up with items such cik mek molek, kuih lapis, agar agar, buah Me­laka and a lot more. Be­cause the desserts here are so pop­u­lar, don’t be sur­prised if you see some­one buy­ing an en­tire tray’s worth of kuih to take away. Come early to avoid the crowd. 7 Jalan Raja Muda Musa, Kam­pung Baru, KL (012 303 0176). Daily, 12noon-12mid­night. Prices de­pend on type of kuih.

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