Wan Tan Mee, Steam Bread & Egg Breakfast @ Imbi Market – Known to Imbi Market to locals, but officially known as the Pasar Bukit Bintang which is a wet market located stone throw away from Bukit Bintang shopping district. I never know there’s such a nice wet market located in the centre of Kuala Lumpur providing good food and culture. This place gives me a feeling of eating at places like Presgrave Market (5th Road Market) in Penang.
Original Sisters Crispy Popiah where you can find it almost at any mall in Kuala Lumpur. Previously Taylor’s University has a stall but no idea why it’s closed down now.
I was searching for kaya bread and half-boiled egg for breakfast and found this place on Google. I set up my Waze app GPS from my phone and headed to this place. Upon arriving, I felt good, seeing locals shopping for groceries and many people eating at the food stalls area. This place is fun, this place is so local.
I was too excited and saw many good food around, having no idea which is the best, I randomly ordered a set of kaya steam bread + half boiled egg, and also a plate of wan tan noodle. I’ve got to say all of them were good too me except the wan tan mee was expensive @ RM5/plate! OMG. Although the noodle is springy and the char siew is sweet and BBQ enough but then it’s kinda expensive. In Penang, you can find similar wan tan mee for RM2.50 at Chowrasta Market!
As for the steam kaya bread, it’s good, but Toh Soon’s Cafe has a better one. Haha. I heard that there’s another stall has good kaya toast (instead of steam) at this market too, I am going to check out next time.
I have a scrumptious breakfast that morning and I will come back again, for other food.
Pasar Bukit Bintang
Pudu, 50400 Kuala Lumpur,
Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia