Time Out says
You already know what’s best here: Aunt Christina’s Sarawak laksa is practically an institution in Bangsar, having appeased customers with her trusty bowl of rice vermicelli in spicy, prawn-based soup for more than 16 years. If the laksa stall gets too busy (it will), the next best thing to fill up with is the char kuey teow or zhap fan. Swing by Mon Kee confectionery at the front of the kopitiam and bag up some siu baos – hot crusted with warm, porky filling – for your tea-time snack. Wait, scrap that; they probably won’t last until then.