Best post-clubbing eats in KL

Fuel up with these five post-clubbing favourites

The partying doesn't officially stop until you get some food. Here are five post-clubbing favourites. 

Nasi Lemak Bumbung
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1/5

Nasi Lemak Bumbung

Ways to stave off a hangover? Grease, stat. Nasi Lemak Bumbung will set you straight with spicy nasi lemak and a whopping portion of Indomie. For more nasi lemak options, see our list of the best nasi lemak stalls in KL.

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SEA Park
Hokkien mee
2/5

Hokkien mee

It goes without saying that this dining institution on Petaling Street holds a candle for quality Hokkien mee, and the flame has never really gone out. In fact, it’s this fiery heat that adds the requisite wok hei to their springy noodles coated with dark soy sauce.

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Petaling Street
Luk luk
3/5

Luk luk

It’s 2am. And the last thing you need is a bitter waiter bringing you crappy supper. Cook your own – skewered seafood, fishballs and vegetables – at the luk luk stalls along Jalan Alor.

Bak kut teh
4/5

Bak kut teh

Take a stroll down Old Klang Road past midnight; chances are you’ll find groups of 20 somethings face-first in bowls of bak kut teh laden with chunky pork ribs. Trust a bowl of herby soup to comfort the soul after a night of carousing.

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Kuchai Lama
Dim sum
5/5

Dim sum

Get this right: Dim sum is not only eaten for breakfast. Yan Yan keeps you full and happy around the clock with fluffy char siew bao, dainty dumplings and chee cheong fun.

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Kuchai Lama

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