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Backalley eateries April 17, 2008

Posted by asianpixmen in Activities, Culture, Food, Malaysia, People, Places.
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Some of the finest, unheralded hawker food stalls are located in the generally forgotten corners of KL city. Take for example, the one above. This small stretch of backlane is located somewhere in the heart of Petaling Street area.

Come evening time, that means about 6pm, these stalls begin to stir. They offer a range of hawker fare that agree very well with folks staying around the area.

The prices are relatively low compared to the regular restaurants and you can sit and eat without the uniformed waiters and waitresses creating a fuss over you. So, you sit, eat and go. Simple as that.

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