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LOT 10 Hutong is a well-curated Food Hall of Malaysia’s best hawkers, popularly known for their signature dishes over the years. 

LG Floor, Lot 10 Shopping Centre, 50 Jalan Sultan Ismail, 50250 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Concept: Lot 10 Hutong is Malaysia’s first and only heritage destination that pays tribute to one of the best loved national treasures – Good Food.
Contact: +60 3-2782 3592 .  [email protected]http://www.lot10hutong.com/ . FB: Lot 10 Hutong


Here’s a photo essay of my Lot 10 Hutong experience and my recommendations when you visit…

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LOT 10 Mall is located in Bukit Bintang with the flagship H&M store in Malaysia.

LOT10 Hutong-2.jpgChua Lam, Hong Kong Celebrity Food Critic endorses Lot 10 Hutong saying:

“Food lovers in Chinese communities of the world will be inspired to visit Lot 10 Hutong which is a “must” in Malaysia because it is such a simple but great food concept!”

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It has its own entrance from the street with escalators that will bring you down to the lower ground.

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Established in 2009, Lot 10 Hutong is a brainchild of Tan Sri Francis Yeoh of Malaysia’s infrastructure conglomerate, YTL Corporation.

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“Hutong” refers to narrow street or alley. As you enter you are welcomed by the street ambiance, but in an air-conditioned environment.

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There are different sections of non-halal Malay Chinese food to choose from, and you navigate around the organized “street market chaos”.

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First, go around to see what’s available. One person can reserve a table while the others order the food. 

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My Malaysian friend Ash was kind enough to show me around and share his favorites in Lot 10 Hutong. 

(Note: I also cross-referenced my Malaysian Blogger friend Bangsar Babe’s Lot 10 feature)

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One of the most raved about stalls is the Penang Fried Kuey Teow noodles.

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Penang Duck Egg Fried Kuey Teow (RM 10.85)

Noodles cooked in lard with sprouts, duck egg, chinese sausage, shrimps, and cockles (sea ham). 

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I like the saltiness of the duck egg with the sweetness of the sausage, and the lard makes it malinamnam.  

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You can add some chili sauce (super anghang) to spice up the noodles. 

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Another favorite stall is the Pork Ball Noodle soup, which is recommended for late night chows and for removing a hangover.

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Pork Ball Noodle Soup (RM 8.95)

I love the creamy light broth with the smooth and tender pork balls.

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You have to eat the blood sausages, which give an interesting flavor to this soup.

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The Dark Broth Bak Kuh Teh is also popular in Malaysia. 

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Bak Kuh Teh (RM 15)  

It comes in two versions: one with half meat, half fat…

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…and one with innards. The dark-colored broth is something you need to get used to. Best eaten while still hot.

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If you are fond of fish head soup, you’ve got to try the House Woo Pin version.

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The soup is very milky and the taste is a bit different — my least favorite among all the dishes we ordered.

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Don’t forget to order Malaysia’s Hokkien Mee version, which is different from the ones in Singapore.

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Hokkien Mee (RM 9.90) 

I love this, with it’s unique signature black sauce, shrimp, and pork cooked in lard.

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The Fried Oyster Omelet is another Penang favorite.

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Fried Oyster Omelet (RM 12.75) 

It’s scrambled egg with oyster cooked in lard, served with a sweet chili sauce.

LOT10 Hutong-44.jpgThis actually isn’t that new for us, since there’s a stall in Salcedo Market selling this popular Chinese dish.

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Next time, I’ll make sure to try this Authentic Curry Laksa.

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If you’re looking for a quick snack, go for the Bao and Portuguese pastries in Siewbao Wong.

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You’ve got to try at least one of the Baos and the Portuguese Tart.

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Portuguese Tart (RM 1.90) and Pork Siew Bao (RM 1.90) 

This is a great snack treat if you’re looking for something to take with you on your travels around KL.

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To end your meal, you should try Malaysia’s famous Desserts. 

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Mango Longan Ice Kacang (RM 8.50) 

This is like a fruit-based halo-halo with sago and a sweet syrup. It’s good. 🙂

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Bubur Cha Cha (RM 5.20) 

This is like our ginataan but without the banana. It’s OK not to order this.

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Sirap Bandung Ice (RM 4.25) 

You have to try this famous Bandung drink with rosewater ice milk and sago.

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I would also recommend ordering something from this traditional tea stall, like Chrysanthemum Tea (RM4.0). You can request for a stronger herbal tea if you have coughs, colds, or other ailments.
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I love the ambiance, I love the food, and I love the concept of this one-stop-shop for the best of Malaysian Chinese food! A must-try for every Filipino foodie who visits KL. 🙂

LG Floor, Lot 10 Shopping Centre, 50 Jalan Sultan Ismail, 50250 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Concept: Lot 10 Hutong is Malaysia’s first and only heritage destination that pays tribute to one of the best loved national treasures – Good Food.
Contact: +60 3-2782 3592 .  [email protected]http://www.lot10hutong.com/ . FB: Lot 10 Hutong

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P.S. While you’re in Lot 10 Hutong, be sure to drop by Isetann to buy your Malaysian White Coffee and Malaysian snacks for pasalubong. 🙂

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