Street food is best enjoyed outside in open air amongst the locals with all the buzz and noise surrounding the food. I missed this in Lot10 and was looking for an alternative.
A short taxi from the Bintang walk is Jalan Alor street where I saw lots of people and a very different street with many hawker stalls. Locals sitting on plastic chairs outside these rows of hawkers, sipping Beer, the hawkers shouting over themselves with the orders, piping hot food making its way to the plastic tables and a gala time being had by all.
I could see the restaurants offering a mix of Malay and Chinese dishes. Rice & Noodles, soups, porridges, chicken ,Pork, exotic seafood and more..menu seemed endless.
I saw several outlets serving alcohol and could see pretty much every Malay, Chinese and Thai dish imaginable, from grilled fish, satay’s and fried noodles with frogs’ legs. I kept walking all the way to experience the vibrant street looking at the signs and the dishes on the tables.
Check out a few pics..