Klang Breakfast Spots: 5 Must-Try Breakfast
Breakfast is the essential meal of the day, especially for those who are studying and working. A nutritional and stomach-filling breakfast can be a great way to kick start our day before we continue with a productive one. In fact, it can be nice to travel somewhere for breakfast, just like a short road trip. So, in this article, we’ll be recommending some Klang breakfast spots for you to visit!
1. Weng Heong Bak Kut Teh
Weng Heong Bak Kut Teh has been rated as the most delicious Bak Kut Teh in Klang by the locals. It’s open early in the morning so it’s a great breakfast spot in Klang! Here, they serve two types of Bak Kut Teh, which are the traditional soup and dried ones.
Many people are willing to travel from other states only to have a taste of their wonderful Bak Kut Teh. The dried Bak Kut Teh is the most sought after. However, the soup is still liked by many. To get a perfect seat, you are advised to reach the place earlier as they tend to have a long queue even before the shop starts operating.
2. Chong Kok Kopitiam
If you are feeling for some toasts and eggs, you should try it out here. Chong Kok Kopitiam is one of the many coffee shops that consists of all three main races under a roof. Here, they serve you the typical childhood style toasted bread and half-boiled eggs. Furthermore, their Nasi Lemak is a savoury! Start your day now with a cup of hot coffee or tea with your breakfast choices. Best of all, this place has food that are extremely delicious and are affordable!
3. Choon Guan Coffee Shop
This coffee shop has been operating for many years since 1956. Therefore, its authenticity cannot be questioned. Here, you will be rather shocked to find out what they are famous for.
In Choon Guan Coffee Shop, other than the regular toast and eggs, they are famous for their traditional Hainanese chicken rice balls, as well as their classic Hainan Coffee. For even someone who does not like coffee like me, I enjoy their coffee and dishes very much! So be sure to try their Hainan Coffee when you stop by here.
4. Jai Hind Restaurant
Sometimes, when we wake up, we tend to have a sudden craving to have some Indian food. Have you ever gotten that? Because I know I have. If you think that regular Indian restaurants have huge portions of food, you might be wrong about Jai Hind.
Served only Rawa Idli, with curry and chutney, this is by far the lightest Indian breakfast you could ever have. This place is continuously crowded since morning, so you got to start queueing up early for some good seats.
5. Klang Food Centre (Homemade Pau)
Pau is always the best comforting food for most Chinese. It can instantly cure any mood swings and bad moods, at least for me. Here in this food centre, this legendary homemade Pau stall makes your order from scratch – from rolling the dough and steaming the Pau. Their most sought after Paus are Curry Chicken Pau, Charsiew Pau and Muicui Pau.
Speaking of which, since it is famous among the locals, it is better to queue early for some delicious homemade Paus.
Besides having breakfast in restaurants and cafes, you can also make one for yourself and your family or friends, and have them over your place. You can check out foodpanda magazine to get some awesome recipes for your breakfast.
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Article Written By Evans
Evans Hu is a foody at heart. He is always on the look out to explore best places to dine in Klang Valley. When he’s free, he often goes on a “culinary trip” out of Klang Valley with his friends and family.