The scenery here is not the most appealing – you basically share a dining space with a fruit stall, an abandoned construction site and a few derelict shops. Half the fun of eating at Sulaiman’s stall is watching him shave a large block of ice into tiny bowls of iced cendol, and plying his business in fluent Cantonese. The combination of Sulaiman’s cendol – perfect portions of kidney beans, corn, fragrant gula Melaka and slithery cendol – far exceeds the sum of its seemingly humble parts.
As featured in Time Out KL's 101 things to do in KL
|Venue name:||Cendol Sulaiman|
In front of restaurant MSS Maju
off Jalan Pudu
|Opening hours:||Daily, 8.30am-3pm|