Malaysians love food. That’s a fact. Majority of us have way more than three meals a day, and one of our favourite meals of the day is none other than the late-night suppers, a.k.a. dinner 2.0.
What better way to spend our late nights than to take advantage of restaurants and coffee shops that stay open until the wee hours of the morning and indulge in some sinfully delicious Malaysian foods, right? It’s also the best time to lepak with friends! Thankfully for us, we’re never short of delicious food that we can pair with our chilling sessions. Need some ideas? Why not visit some of these tempting havens for foodies!
1. The Nest @ Imbi
This fairly new and incredibly huge food court is home to approximately 40 food stalls serving all kinds of delicious snacks and meals. From dim sum and typical lunchtime meals like chicken rice, curry mee, yong tau foo, to yummy dinner/supper foods such as steamed fish, clay pot dishes, hokkien mee, and so forth, you can get everything and anything here!
Some of the many stalls in this place that tend to attract a queue is the lala mihun soup stall serving steamy bowls of noodles in a thick gingery, Chinese wine-infused broth, as well as the Bubur Cha Cha from the tong sui stall.
Operating hours: 24 hours
Location: Lot 200, Jalan Imbi, Seksyen 67, 55100, Kuala Lumpur.
2. Y Two Restaurant @ Sri Kembangan
This unassuming hawker centre offers quite a variety of local fares. There is a stall here that sells ginger fried rice which comes highly recommended, alongside other stalls that sell delicious pan mee (with choice of soup or dry). Among other dishes recommended here are the chicken rice and fresh yong tau foo to satisfy your late-night cravings.
There’s nothing quite like washing down all the hearty and spicy food with some fresh fruits, which are also available here. If you’re looking for something sweeter to cleanse your palate, there’s a stall nearby that sells tau foo fah too!
Operating hours: 6am – 1am (daily)
Location: 1, Jalan Equine 9D, Taman Equine, 43300 Seri Kembangan, Selangor.
3. Restaurant Sawadee Thai @ Jalan Alor
If there’s one non-Malaysian cuisine all Malaysians love, it’s Thai food. The sourness, the spiciness, what’s not to love? Well, if you’re looking for a good place for delicious Thai dishes available ’til late at night, check out Sawadee Thai.
And just like many Thai food restaurants, Sawadee Thai is known for their seafood tom yam soup as well as their steamed fish with garlic, lime and chilli. Apart from this, make sure you give their mouthwatering fried and BBQ seafood dishes a try too!
Operating hours: 12pm – 11.45pm (daily)
Location: 24-26, Jalan Alor, Bukit Bintang, Kuala Lumpur.
4. Restoran One One Eight @ Desa Tun Razak
Yet another place for cheap and delicious eats, Restoran One One Eight is the place to go for scrumptious hawker-style dishes. With numerous stalls available, there’s surely something for everyone.
The main attraction here is the “kon chau hor fun” (dry fried kuay teow) which comes with beansprouts, pork liver, prawns and onions with a whole lot of “wok hei”. Another crowd favourite here comes from the Wan Tan Mee stall where you can expect perfectly cooked and extremely bouncy noodles drenched in delicious brown sauce, accompanied by juicy fried and/or soup dumplings.
Operating hours: 6.30am – 8pm (closed on Sundays)
Location: 2, Jalan 10/118b, Desa Tun Razak, 56000, Kuala Lumpur.
5. Restoran Bubur Goreng @ Klang
Not a fan of porridge? Well, how about fried porridge? And just like any other Klang restaurant, this place is also known for their seafood, namely the siong tong lala as well as all their crab dishes.
As for their fried porridge, it’s cooked with pork lard, yam, dried shrimp, minced pork, tofu cubes and topped with fried shallots as well as yau cha kuai. This is definitely one unique dish that will satisfy those who’re on the lookout for rich, hearty meals. Many customers also tend to pair this dish with a beer.
Operating hours: 10.30am – 2.30pm; 5.30pm – 10.30pm (closed on Mondays)
Location: 32, 34, Lorong Lang, Taman Berkeley, 41150 Klang, Selangor.
Well, that’s it for this list but how delicious do these places look?! Before you visit these eateries, be sure to come prepared with tissue paper and loose clothing because these dishes will surely make you sweat it out while eating!
Also, make sure to order a refreshing beverage with your meal! Something like an ice-cold Tiger Crystal Beer (which will go perfectly with the fried porridge btw) would be a great choice as you’ll want something refreshing to pair with these steamy hot meals!
What’s more, if you visit the outlets mentioned above or any outlets in this list and you order a Tiger Crystal Beer, you’ll be getting it at just RM13 for a big bottle! That’s super worth it especially since Tiger Crystal is an easy-to-drink lager beer with low bitterness and a refreshing finish.
Just imagine, nothing beats the feeling of cracking open a frosty bottle of this crystal-cold beer on a warm night.
Awesome, right? But do note that this offer will only be available at selected coffee shops, food courts and restaurants so make sure to check out this list to find the nearest outlets, okay! FYI, Tiger Beer advocates responsible consumption and urges you to #EnjoyResponsibly. So, don’t drink and drive!
Find out more about this refreshing beverage on Tiger Beer’s website here and always remember to abide by the SOPs when you’re out, okay!
What is your favourite Malaysian dish to pair with a beer? Let us know in the comments below!
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