EPIC BREAKFAST in KUALA LUMPUR Street FOOD Hawker Center – Local, Non-Tourist Only!

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Kuala Lumpur is full of delicious street food but we found the best hawker center in Kuala Lumpur during our last day in the city. This street food hawker center was full all the best food that you’ve been waiting to try in Kuala Lumpur. The best part, most of the people at this center were Malaysian.
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Kuala Lumpur is full of delicious street food but we found the best hawker center in Kuala Lumpur during our last day in the city. This street food hawker center was full all the best food that you’ve been waiting to try in Kuala Lumpur. The best part, most of the people at this center were Malaysian.

Watch Trina & Pierre as we go through the stalls trying Malaysia dishes. Stay until the end to watch a favorite activity of Trina’s called “Stuff Pierre’s Face”. This was so fun you have to watch!

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25 comments

  1. Trina & Pierre 24 July, 2020 at 07:53 Reply

    Thanks for watching everyone! Many people have been asking for the location of this Hawker Center so I've pinned down the location in our blog 🙂 https://inspiredbytwelve.com/kuala-lumpur-best-street-food-hawker-center/

  2. PebblesJetson 24 July, 2020 at 07:53 Reply

    The blue comes from the Butterfly Pea Flower (Clitoria Ternatea) that is widely used in Nyonya cooking.

  3. Vincent Chin 24 July, 2020 at 07:53 Reply

    Ok yes. You found it. The best and oldest one smack in the middle of town that is unknown to tourists.

  4. Thomas McGillivray 24 July, 2020 at 07:53 Reply

    Havn't been there in a while but just loved KL….my now deceased wife from there & some truy magical memories in that city.

  5. Appəl 24 July, 2020 at 07:53 Reply

    Is Malaysian indoor hawker centre a new thing? I've never heard of it before… I've always thought Malaysian street food is roadside or open air, exposed to the elements.

  6. FR0G the FRENCH 24 July, 2020 at 07:53 Reply

    This is a great food channel, very simple, destressing . Just heard the cooking sound.
    https://youtu.be/0zrodSdnQiE
    Well something différent with Trina's rush comments. 😇😉😋

  7. Brenda Benoît Dudley 24 July, 2020 at 07:53 Reply

    You took her kaya toast and she stuffed your face. Thanks for making me smile today! I look up to both of you in so many ways 😀

  8. ashtriana1 24 July, 2020 at 07:53 Reply

    there are many breakfast dish, you only cover the ones by the chinese community… there are capati, roti canai by the indians… and nasi lemak, soto, lontong, nasi kerabu, nasi dagang, laksam etc by the malays

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