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
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.