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Greyhound Café

  • Restaurants
  • Bukit Bintang
  • price 3 of 4
  1. Fried Tons of Crab Meat with Rice

  2. Complicated Noodle

  3. Salmon sashimi in spicy hot sauce

  4. Greyhound Famous Fried Chicken Wings

  5. Passion Fashion

  6. Sticky rice mango parfait


Time Out says

Thailand’s Greyhound Café has now made its way to Malaysia (the first Southeast Asian outlet outside Bangkok), so when you’re done shopping in Bukit Bintang, drop by the restaurant for a meal (and dessert). The food here is almost the same as its Bangkok counterpart; and by ‘almost' we mean it's without the porky offerings. But don't turn your noses just yet. The menu does include one of the café’s most famous dishes, Complicated Noodle – a lettuce wrap you’ll have to construct by yourself. How it works is you take a square of rice noodle and place it on the lettuce before you add minced meat and green hot sauce.

If you haven't already guessed, Greyhound Café specialises in putting a Thai twist to classic dishes – such as salmon sashimi with the aforementioned green hot sauce, for example, and their famous fish sauce-marinated chicken wings. For dessert, mango sticky rice gets an upgrade with coconut sherbet to become Greyhound's signature sticky rice mango parfait, but if mango isn't your thing, there’s a parfait station onsite with loads more parfaits to choose from.

Written by
Nadia Rosli


Ground Floor
Ansa Kuala Lumpur
101 Jalan Bukit Bintang
Kuala Lumpur
Opening hours:
Mon-Thu, 10am-11pm; Fri & Sun, 10am-12midnight
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