Lot 10 Hutong @ Jalan Bukit Bintang

Almost everytime when we were having thoughts on the places for a weekend dinner, my parents would opt for a wider selection of food; hawker stalls especially.

During Mother’s Day, we made a clever idea by driving them to Lot 10 Hutong.
Lot 10 Hutong needs no introduction I suppose, as this food arena is stationed with various well-known restaurants/ stalls (non-halal mostly)hand-picked by Tan Sri Francis Yeoh himself, introduced & highly recommended by Chua Lam, the Hong Kong food connoisseur.
My parents loves it. Comfortable and vibrant ambiance, an upper class air-conditioned food station that beats the fuss of dining out in sweats that most of us are afraid of.
Here were just some of it:
#1 Kim Lean Lee Hokkien Mee from Petaling Street

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#2 Kong Tai Singapore that serves Fried Oyster Omelette and Singapore Hokkien Prawn Mee
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#3 Soong Kee Beef Ball noodles from Taman Tun Siew Sin, Kuala Lumpur

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#4 Lammeeya’s Lam Mee

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#5 Duck King’s Glazing Roast Duck

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#6 Kissaten‘s Char Siew Pizza
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#7 Custard Snow Bun & Yam Snow Bun

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Mother’s Day Cake for dear mommy 🙂

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Be sure to pay Lot 10 Hutong a visit at the Lower Ground floor!
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10 Comment

  1. ai wei says: Reply

    oO?! got kissaten there inside??? din notice @@

  2. Simon Seow says: Reply

    Yalor, why kissaten is inside lol. I thought the food supposed to be Tan Sri Francis Yeoh childhood favourite. Btw go here and download episode 13. There's a short interview of Tan Sri. Oh, is it Jalan Tun Tan Siew Sin instead of Taman?

  3. WyYv says: Reply

    Wow.. The Hokkien mee, it's a bit darker than those which I usual eat. I'm sure it is tastier and yummier =D

    Oh my.. your cake for mommy looks very unique. May I know what cake is that?

  4. J2Kfm says: Reply

    Yup, I was surprised at the addition of Kissaten as well.
    NOT as 'street food' nor authentic as the others, (Duck King as well, I assume?) but that Char Siew Pizza brought back sweet memories. 🙂

  5. uLi.佑莉 says: Reply

    Wow! So much foods 🙂 Love all the foods thr, just 1 word to describer – YUMMY! 😀

  6. SiN P3i says: Reply

    Oh..i'm also surprised with the existence of Kissaten! I miss its Char Siew Pizza 🙂

  7. Monica says: Reply

    During my previous visit, Kissaten was not there yet 🙁

  8. mimid3vils says: Reply

    Seem like I'm not the 1st person feel surprise that Kissaten is in Hutong Lot 10!!! O.O

  9. kenwooi says: Reply

    sighs.. i think i need to eat something for supper now =/

  10. taufulou says: Reply

    aiks…another post on lot 10 hutong~

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