Top 13 KL Sentral Food – Perfect For Both Travelers and Busy Commuters

Top 13 KL Sentral Food – Perfect For Both Travelers and Busy Commuters

Kuala Lumpur Sentral houses the main railway station of Kuala Lumpur. If you are not travelling in this city by driving, you will definitely pass by here during your transit across the city. Today, we are inspired to share with you some KL Sentral food that worth every cents you are paying for the bill. Keep reading!

  1. Prime Steak Restaurant @ Le Meridien Kuala Lumpur
  2. Ginza Sushimasa @ Le Meridien Kuala Lumpur
  3. Leonardo’s Dining Room and Wine Loft
  4. Graze @ Hilton Kuala Lumpur
  5. Taj Garden Restaurant
  6. Iketeru @ Hilton Kuala Lumpur
  7. Boardwalk @ Hilton Kuala Lumpur
  8. Dr. Inc Café Bangsar
  9. Chynna @ Hilton Kuala Lumpur
  10. Peter’s Pork Noodle @ Money’s Corner
  11. Quartet
  12. Warisan Nasi Kukus Ayam Goreng Berempah
  13. Singh Chapati House

  1. Prime Steak Restaurant @ Le Meridien Kuala Lumpur

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Located right beside KL Sentral Station, Prime Steak Restaurant can be easily located within Le Meridien Hotel Kuala Lumpur. This restaurant serves the best cuts of meat in Kuala Lumpur. Besides, the restaurant has also been a consistent winner with numerous local food awards. Upon entering, you will soon feel relaxed due to its elegant ambiance. Dark wood stocked wine racks, plush high back chairs, golden wood floors and walls full of modern artwork, just like you have entered a European bistro.

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Prime Steak Restaurant has a serious attitude on their beef which imported from Australia, Japan, Argentina and USA. Also, Chef Antoine is experienced in bringing out the natural flavors of the meat. If you have no idea on what to order, you might not want to miss the Blackmore Wagyu Beef. Other than that, you can go for prime rib in a light black truffle jus, if you are looking for fall-off-the-bone meat. Paired with some great selection of wine, sit back and relax with your beloved ones.

Additional Information:
Address: 2, Jalan Stesen Sentral, Kuala Lumpur Sentral, 50470 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur
Contact: +603-2263 7434
Opening Hours: Daily 6pm – 10pm
Website: //myclubmarriott.com/en/restaurant-bars/prime-le-m%C3%A9ridien-kuala-lumpur

  1. Ginza Sushimasa @ Le Meridien Kuala Lumpur

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As its name suggest, Ginza Sushimasa is one of the best Japanese restaurants in Kuala Lumpur. This restaurant is the first outlet in town from the string of outlets in Tokyo. Since opening, the restaurant is flocked by fans of Japanese food, and nearly all of them leave with a satisfied face. It would be a little bit pricey compare to other Japanese restaurants; however, it does boast a real authentic taste of Japan.

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To ensure their cuisines’ quality matches with those outlets from Tokyo, Ginza Sushimasa even imported raw material such as seafoods all the way from Tokyo. The restaurant even purchases its tuna from Tsukiji Market, which is a work-famous Japanese tuna auction in Tokyo. There is a sushi bar in this restaurant where you can sit and watch highly trained chef prepares your food. Besides, if you are travelling in a large group, you can also book for their private dining area which accommodates up to 30 people.

Additional Information:
Address: Level 7, Le Meridien, No. 2, Jalan Stesen Sentral, 50470, Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan, 50470 Kuala Lumpur
Contact: +603-2260 1686
Opening Hours: Monday to Saturday 12pm – 2.30pm, 6pm – 10.30pm; closed on Sunday
Website: //www.ginza-sushimasa.com/my/

  1. Leonardo’s Dining Room and Wine Loft

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Our third entry for KL Sentral food will be Leonardo’s Dining Room and Wine Loft. This restaurant incorporates a clean-cut concept in its interior design, ensuring a great a comfy space to indulge your appetite. To honour Da Vincci’s pioneering spirit, the walls are designed into bare brick walls, representing the truth that is revealed when false dogmas and questioned belief are discarded. Besides, there is a telescope within the premises which stands for knowledge of the wider universe that it has enabled us to gain. The standing out decoration in this restaurant will be its vaulted bookcases, symbolising the value of knowledge.

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While for cuisines served here, Leonardo’s Dining Room and Wine Loft incorporates both traditional Malaysian and international flavours. Not only they did a great job in serving only good food, each of these price tags aren’t expensive. If you would like some suggestions on what to order, try out their Bak Kut Teh (pork bone soup) at only RM39. The dish is served together with savoury You Char Kwai (Chinese doughnut) and a bowl of steamed rice. Other than that, you might not want to miss their pork knuckle platter at only RM88. This plater best suits a big group of diners, served alongside with roasted potatoes and also heavenly delicious bacon lollipops.

Additional Information:
Address: 61, Jalan Bangkung, Taman Bandaraya, 59100 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur
Contact: +603-2096 2226
Opening Hours: Daily 5pm – 12am
Website: //staging.leonardos.my/

  1. Graze @ Hilton Kuala Lumpur

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Graze, located within one of the most popular luxury hotels in Kuala Lumpur serves mainly classic dishes made from fresh and quality seasonal produce. This restaurant successfully defines the word classic with its interior design. Featuring dark furnishing throughout the premises, stylish yet luxurious décor, and also illuminated with plenty of natural lightning by incorporating a massive curved glass windows and glass ceilings.

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The menu of Graze is pork-free, having a wide range of appetisers, mains, and dessert. For our recommendation, we personally love their cuts of beef and lamb, served with perfectly fried French fries and unique yet tantalizing Bearnaise Sause. There is also a wide range of red, white and rose wine selection for you to choose. Perfect for evening dinner, get your preferred cuts of meat and pair it with your favourite wine! There is also other dishes and the menu is regularly refreshed, ensuring every guest get to try out newly inspired dishes.

Additional Information:
Address: Level 5, 3, Jalan Stesen Sentral, Kuala Lumpur Sentral, 50470 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
Contact: +603-2264 2596
Opening Hours: Daily 12pm – 2.30pm, 6.30pm – 10.30pm
Website: //www.eatdrinkhilton.com/graze/

  1. Taj Garden Restaurant

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Our next KL Sentral food list will be Taj Garden Restaurant which located in the heart of Brickfields (Little India Kuala Lumpur). This restaurant is so conveniently located as it is only 10-minute walk away from KL Sentral Station. If you wish to try out dishes that perfectly define the Malaysian flavours, Taj Garden Restaurant is the place you would not want to miss. Taj Garden Restaurant may be well-known for their North Indian cuisines, but there are also Western and Oriental cuisines here, and all of these cuisines are worth for your cash on the bill.

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Here at Taj Garden Restaurant, there is spacious indoor dining area and also outdoor settings for those who wish to dine alfresco.  For our recommendation dishes, try out their chicken chettinad curry and mutton madras curry. Both curries have a fiery flavour result from perfectly seasoned spices and herbs such as coriander seeds and fennel. if you happen to be in Brickfields, you must definitely try this restaurant at least once, as such mouth-watering novel foods is quite so rare to be found in this country.

Additional Information:
Address: No.5, Anexxe Wisma Leopad, Jalan Tun Sambanthan, Brickfields 50470 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
Contact: +603-2260 6489/ +603-2276 0761
Opening Hours: Daily 11am – 11pm
Website: //www.tajgarden.com.my/

  1. Iketeru @ Hilton Kuala Lumpur

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Another KL Sentral food we highly recommend you trying out will be Iketeru at Hilton Hotel Kuala Lumpur. As its name suggests, this Japanese restaurant has gained its reputation since opening for authentic Japanese fare. Not only authentic traditional Japanese dishes are served, diners also find this restaurant a serene spot for indulgent. Guests get to enjoy classy setting alongside with a breath-taking garden view. Built with a mandmade pond and a stone pathway lined with bamboo and lanterns, it is so similar that you are dining at a friend’s place in Japan.

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Iketeru’s chef is helmed by Executive Chef Masami Okamoto, a native of Hokkaido. With rich culinary heritage, every dish served at Iketeru is prepared with precision and flair. Moreover, ingredients for such authentic Japanese food is even air-flown from Japan to ensure freshness and highest quality guests get to enjoy. Iketeru serves not only ala-carte menu, but also set lunch. With wide array of sushi, sashimi, teppanyaki, tempura and bento sets, there will definitely something for everyone to solve their Japanese cuisine carvings.

Additional Information:
Address: Level 8, Hilton Kuala Lumpur, 3 Jalan Stesen Sentral, Kuala Lumpur, 50470, Malaysia.
Contact: +603-2264 2596
Opening Hours: Daily 12pm – 2.30pm, 6.30pm – 10pm
Website: //www.eatdrinkhilton.com/iketeru/

  1. Boardwalk @ Hilton Kuala Lumpur

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Another KL Sentral food which is also located within Hilton Hotel Kuala Lumpur will be Boardwalk. Boardwalk restaurant is also defined as an oasis in the city, as guests get to enjoy dining by the poolside surrounded by palm trees and spectacular view of the Lake Gardens and city skyline as backdrops. Not only for a perfect dining space, Boardwalk is also ideal for launches, gatherings and to hold private weddings and parties.

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Boardwalk’s menu comprises of a wide selection beverage such as cocktail, beers, spirits, champagnes and wines. Other than that, you can also expect mains from both international and local flavours. If you are dropping by after your hefty travel long day exploring Kuala Lumpur, we recommend you order yourself their Satay (a Malaysian dishes, grilled meat) paired with your preferred beverages and enjoy the city skyline. For main, you might not want to miss Boardwalk’s signature grilled flat-iron steak, served with vanilla parsnip puree and asparagus.

Additional Information:
Address: Level 8, 3, Jalan Stesen Sentral, Kuala Lumpur Sentral, 50470 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
Contact: +603-2264 2596
Opening Hours: Daily 7am – 11pm
Website: //www.eatdrinkhilton.com/boardwalk/

  1. Dr. Inc Café Bangsar

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Pronounced as ‘Drink’ but not ‘Doctor Inc’, this café located within Bangsar is quite a hidden one, not even most of the locals knew it existed. If you are out for café hunt nearby KL Sentral, this is one of the cafés you must definitely pay a visit to, especially for caffeine adventurer. Its interior is designed with mixed artwork, colourful wallpaper, books, knick-knacks, and mismatched and bold-hued furnishings. If you wish to dine alfresco, you get to enjoy the evening breeze alongside with your perfect choice of caffeine in the courtyard area.

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What is so special about this café that we even bothered to include in this KL Sentral food list? Well, Dr. Inc Café is well-known for its unique variations of caffeine beverages you can’t even imagine it’s a good combination. For example, try out their Presso Bomb which will only costs you RM14. Similar to Jaeger bomb, a shot of espresso is dropped into a glass of soda, first-timer will definitely be amazed by its lightly fizzy and fragrant taste.

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Other than that, Che Guevara (RM14) is also highly recommended. Double Espresso shots were added into lemon and brown sugar with ice. It may sound disaster but trust us, it is surprisingly smooth and refreshing, with a zesty twist. There is also a wide array of homemade cakes and light snacks for your perfect match with evening tea-breaks. After your refreshments, check out their local handmade handicrafts. You can expect for Malaysia’s multicultural community product such as Pernakan-themed items, handmade gems and even furniture.

Additional Information:
Address: 8, Jalan Kemuja, Bangsar, 59000 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
Contact: +603-2283 4698
Opening Hours: Daily 9am – 7pm
Website:

  1. Chynna @ Hilton Kuala Lumpur

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Another restaurant nearby KL Sentral which is also one of the Hilton’s brand we would like to include in our KL Sentral food list will be Chynna. This restaurant is an esteem choice of dining option around this area, as the restaurant featured an opulent and intimate setting reminisce of glamorous 1920s era in Shanghai. Featuring traditional Chinese setting, the restaurant is furnished by hand carved rosewood chairs and tables with red textured cloth, decorated also with red lanterns and illuminated with soft red light. Staff members were also dressed in traditional Chinese costume with robe of gold, red and deep blue.

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The highlights will be their highly trained tea master, carrying a long spouted Chinese teapot and pours the cup of guests with special recipe made tea. While for the main courses here, you can expect for the finest Dim Sum and authentic Chinese cuisines at reasonable prices. If you wish to have a more substantial meal, opt for their signature black pepper beef and butter prawns. We personally love it and could not resist the mild flavour and creamy butter sauce. While for beverages, there are a wide selection of Chinese tea and imported wines, available in both glass and bottle.

Additional Information:
Address: Level 5, 3, Jalan Stesen Sentral, Kuala Lumpur Sentral, 50470 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
Contact: +603-2264 2596
Opening Hours: Lunch @ Monday – Friday 12pm – 2.30pm, Saturday and Sunday 11am – 2.30pm; Dinner @ Daily 6.30pm – 10.30pm
Website: //www.eatdrinkhilton.com/chynna/

  1. Peter’s Pork Noodle @ Money’s Corner

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Tired of opulent restaurant around KL Sentral? How about trying out some savoury pork noodles at this reputable and humble pork noodle stall at Money’s Corner, Brickfields? Peter’s Pork Noodle has been operating for 36 years, with constant returned customers from nearby neighbourhood area as well as new customers who have browsed it from online food blogs. To locate here on your navigator, simply insert Legend’s Claypot Briyani House or Jalan Thambipillay, and look out for a red color signboard written with Money’s Corner (Mayflower Foodcourt).

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A bowl of pork noodle at Peter’s is served with generous amount of minced pork, pork slices and one or two slices of pork liver. For mains, you get to choose among koay teow, mee hoon, yellow noodles or even mix of these. As from the owner, the broth is boiled with pork bones for one hour before letting it to simmer. Those who like to have their pork noodles with cloudy and heavy flavoured broth, you may not like it as the broth served here falls on lighter flavour and taste cleaner with subtle sweetness of pork.

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There is another Peter’s Pork Noodles stall located at Restoran One Sentral, which is 300m away from here. The other stall was operated by the founder’s son. A bowl of Peter’s Pork Noodle will only cost you for RM6 – a small portion without egg. However, if you wish to have some perfectly cooked egg with oozing yolk, the price is tagged at RM7.50 with a larger portion.

Additional Information:
Address: Money’s Corner Food Court, 7, Jalan Vivekananda, Brickfields, 50470 Kuala Lumpur.
Contact: 012-288 0940
Opening Hours: Daily 7am – 4pm, closed on alternate Mondays
Website:

  1. Quartet

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Quartet Kuala Lumpur located within NU Sentral is actually a grab-and-go sandwich bar. The business, however, gained its reputation from its main outlet at Taman Tun Dr Ismail, for serving nice light food and beverages in a soft and comfy café. Back to the topic, Quartet at NU Sentral targets office workers and busy commuters in KL Sentral who wish to get a convenient yet satisfying bites upon starting of a day.

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With a broad range of influence from East and West countries, Quartet’s thick, house-baked ciabatta sandwiches is truly amazing to try out! There are quite a number of selections for you to choose from. If you have no idea on which one you should try, as most of them sounds and looks pretty amazing and unique, we recommend you trying out their Indonesian-inflected Tempala at only RM12.50. This sandwich combines nutty nuances of caramelised tempeh with chicken and orange slices, topped also with fresh lettuce and tomatoes will jump start your day with the freshest first bite.

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Other than sandwiches, you can also expect for desserts such as The Puan Sri and Chocolate Ever After for those who have a sweet-tooth, and also some cool beverages including ice-cold milkshakes chocolate refreshments, and also Quartet’s signature homemade soda mocktails. Delivery is also available for those working in offices around NU Sentral.

Additional Information:
Address: Lot CC. 04A Concourse Level Core 1 (Level C NU Sentral Mall, No. 201, Jalan Tun Sambanthan, Brickfields, 50470 Kuala Lumpur.
Contact: +603-2276 0360
Opening Hours: Monday to Friday 8am – 8pm, Saturday and Sunday 11am – 8pm
Website: //www.quartet-kl.co/

  1. Warisan Nasi Kukus Ayam Goreng Berempah

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Another entry for KL Sentral food which is also located within NU Sentral for the convenience of those who commuting or passing by KL Sentral Station will be Warisan Nasi Kukus Ayam Goreng Berempah. This restaurant is one of the most popular lunch spot for white collar working around KL area. Right into the topic, the restaurant’s stand out dish will be its signature Nasi Ayam Kukus Berempah at only RM16.50. This set meal comes with a whole chicken drumstick, steamed rice, 3 gravies, sambal belacan, boiled egg and raw pickled jelatah.

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There are a few different choices of steamed rice you can choose from, namely Nasi Kukus Telang, Nasi Kukus Lemak, Nasi Kukus Pandan, Nasi Kukus Putih and also Nasi Kukus Perang. Take note that different types of steamed rice will vary the total set price. Other than that, you can also opt for Nasi Kukus Rendang Daging at RM22.50. The price for this set meal will be a little bit pricey as the beef is imported from Australia to ensure every bites of juicy and tender meat. Moreover, the beef is well marinated with rendang sauce and this is the sauce most Malaysian likes.

Additional Information:
Address: Lot LG-17 NU Sentral, Jalan Station Sentral 5, Brickfields, 50470 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
Contact: 03-2276 6039
Opening Hours: Daily 10am – 10pm
Website: //www.facebook.com/warisannasikukus/

  1. Singh Chapati House

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Our last entry for KL Sentral food you might be interested will be Singh Chapati House. This North Indian restaurant was wholly owned and managed by a group of Punjabis, meaning that you will get to enjoy authentic North Indian cuisines at highly affordable rates. Although the restaurant may seem to be a little bit old upon entering, trust us, foods served here is definitely worth for a visit especially those who wish to taste Malaysian flavours and have not visited this restaurant before. Try to reach here avoiding lunch hours and dinner time, as the restaurant will get extremely crowded due to peak hours.

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The highlight of Singh Chapati House will be their Chapati, soft, fluffy, and also served with some great side dishes. Paired with a cup of Masala Tea, you will find the aroma and the flavour of all the spices rush up to your every taste buds. Other than Chapati, there are a wide variation of dishes to be paired with rice, Briyanis and also bread. For vegetarians, there are also vegetarian foods being served. What we personally like is, vegetarian food and non-vegetarian food are separated in terms of counters and even culinary used, which clearly show respect towards both vegetarians and non-vegetarians.

Additional Information:
Address: 55, Jalan Thambipillay, Brickfields, 50470 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur
Contact: +603-2272 1215
Opening Hours: Daily 8am – 11.30pm
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