5 Must-Try Chinese Restaurants in Malaysia



When it comes to Malaysian cuisine, it's both diverse and large. There are so many dishes you can have and yet explore only a fraction of the Malaysian cuisine. The Malaysian cuisine of today has three primary influences. It is heavily influenced by Chinese, Indian and traditional Malay cuisine. The influences came together as a result of cultural exchanges during ancient history times. In this article, we will be focusing on Chinese food. Here I will inform you of the best Chinese restaurants to try in Malaysia. Each and every restaurant on the list is highly rated and popular. I personally visited the restaurants, got acquainted with the staff and tried their dishes so that I can present a list worthy of your trust. So let's get started and see what are the top 5 must-try Chinese restaurants in Malaysia.

Face To Face Noodles House (Bangsar)


Noodles are everyone’s favorite. We all love having noodles. You can have noodles in the morning, at lunch or dinner. They are easy to make and tastes delicious. But at Face To Face Noodles House (Bangsar), you will have an entirely different experience. The noodle-making technique used at this restaurant is centuries if not decades old. You can feel that heritage in the taste of their noodles.


They serve more than ten different kinds of noodles and all of them taste delicious and heavenly. My personal favorite noodles at this restaurant would be Sarawak noodles.


Paradise Dynasty (Bangsar Village)


If you want to go to a restaurant that has good chinese food, a cozy vibe, and that family feel, then this is the restaurant you should visit. I had heard a lot of good things about this restaurant and I can confidently say that most of them were true. In fact, I was finding it difficult to find criticism in any of the areas. Their food was awesome, their service was quick and the staff was very customer friendly. A perfect restaurant to take your family with you and enjoy a great Chinese meal.


I must advise you that if you decide to visit this restaurant then you must try their signature Rainbow Xiao Long Ba. You can order it by FoodPanda Malaysia too.

Full Want:


Sometimes we don't want to have a proper meal. Sometimes all we desire is a quick bite. Something small, light and healthy to eat. For satisfying such impulses, you can visit the Full Want restaurant. It can be classified as a breakfast oriented restaurant. They cook the food right in front of you/ It tastes good, and more than that, it's very healthy. Chinese food is well known to be free from cholesterol and bad carbs. This is one such restaurant that never compromises quality and nutrition.

Hotpot Kitchen - Mid Valley


Hotspot Kitchen is perhaps the most famous Sichuan cuisine restaurant in Malaysia. Now, this restaurant is a bit different than other restaurants on the list. Actually, it is different from most of the restaurants on any list. What makes it different is that it has a unique Do It Yourself (DIY) concept. Let me explain what it means. In most of the restaurants, you decide the dish and pay the bill. But here you choose the ingredients, the vegetables, the meat, the sauce and then pick the dish when it's ready.


Hong Kong Sheng Kee




This restaurant is famous for its desserts. You can have a full course meal, but the specialty of this restaurant is its dessert. If you are someone like me with a sweet tooth then you will absolutely love this place. I highly recommend that you try their Osmanthus Jelly. 





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