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Meng Kee You Tiao Lo­cated along the Happy Gar­den wai sek kai, this stall of­fers a wide se­lec­tion of fried foods that range from yao char kuey and ham chin peng to fried fish balls and fried nian gao (gluti­nous rice cake with yam and sweet potato). Be pre­pared for a crowd that’s gear­ing up for tea break.

Jalan Lazat 1, Happy Gar­den, KL. Daily, 1-5pm. Prices de­pend on food.

Jalan Alor Yao Char Kuey

Although this joint is fre­quently called the ‘Jalan Alor Yao Char Kuey stall’, it’s ac­tu­ally sit­u­ated along Changkat Bukit Bin­tang in front of Restoran Dragon View. The el­derly cou­ple who run the stall have been fry­ing frit­ters at this very spot since the mid-’80s. Be­sides their sig­na­ture yao char kuey, there’s also the clas­sic ngao lei soh (ox tongue pas­try), an oval-shaped fried dough­nut that’s hard to find these days.

70 Changkat Bukit Bin­tang, Bukit Bin­tang, KL (012 667 0394). Mon-Sat, 3-8pm. RM1 per piece.

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