A Chef’s Tour Kuala Lumpur Chowkit Review

If you’ve ever strolled through the vibrant streets of Kuala Lumpur, you’ll be familiar with all the tantalizing aromas. Whether from a street food stall, or a swanky restaurant, Malaysia has some of the best food in the world.

And Kuala Lumpur, one of my favorite cities in Asia, has so much of this delicious food within easy reach. Its food culture is truly top-notch.

I recently took A Chef’s Tour Kuala Lumpur on my trip to Kuala Lumpur and was more than happy. This tour was a great introduction to Malaysia’s incredible cuisine.

In this review, I’ll share highlights and useful information about A Chef’s Tour Kuala Lumpur. Trust me, you won’t want to miss out on this gastronomic extravaganza!

Grilled fish is one of the best Malaysian food.

My experience

The moment I started the tour, I knew I was in for a treat. Our tour guide, Siddoz, greeted us with a big smile and introduced himself.

Despite a little bit of rain, we embarked on a culinary journey through Kuala Lumpur’s local favorites. Dressed in our ponchos, nothing could stop us from indulging in all the local dishes ahead.

Below are some of my highlights of this trip.

The fruits

We kicked things off with a fruit-tasting session, and oh my, was it a fruity fiesta!

From juicy mangosteen that melted in my mouth to the exotic Salak snakeskin fruit, I got a crash course on all the tropical delights that Malaysia has to offer.

We also got to try the infamous durian fruit – something I love, but many others found a bit too unusual for their tastes.

Best Malaysian fruits in Kuala Lumpur.


Next on the agenda was hands-on roti-making.

If you’ve never seen it, preparing roti pastry requires some quick flipping moves to spread the pastry thinly.

It was my first time trying it, and it was super fun. I must admit, I won’t be getting hired any time soon, but my roti turned out alright – if a little misshapen.

Making roti on A Chef's Tour Kuala Lumpur in Malaysia.

After the session, we tried two types of Rotis: the Roti Telor, with its fluffy texture and egg stuffing, and the Roti Chanai, a flaky and buttery delight.

Both were accompanied by the rich and aromatic chicken and Daal curry that sent my taste buds dancing. We also had stir-fried noodles here too.

Roti Chanai Malaysian street food guide.

The desserts

Amid all the spice and sizzle, we made a quick pit stop to sample the refreshing Chendol.

Chendol is one of the best Malaysian street food dishes.

This creamy coconut dessert, topped with pandan jelly, sweet corn, and a generous heap of shaved ice, is a true lifesaver on a sweltering Malaysian day.

It was like diving into a pool of cool, sweet satisfaction – a perfect balance to the rich and spicy flavors we had experienced.

But wait, we’re only halfway through this foodie rollercoaster!

Rice noodles

As we continued our food journey, we savored the aromatic flavors of glass rice noodles with beef balls.

These springy noodles served with a delicious broth and tender beef balls, offer a comforting and satisfying meal.

We also tried Chicken noodles after that, so comparing the two was interesting.

Beef rice noodles on A Chef's Tour Kuala Lumpur Malaysia.


For those craving something a bit more familiar, fear not! A Chef’s Tour Kuala Lumpur also took us to sample burgers, made Malaysian style.

Kuala Lumpur has a vibrant food scene that caters to all tastes, and a flavorful burger is a great way to experience the city’s international influences. I was surprised by how good it was.

Burger on A Chef's Tour Kuala Lumpur Chowkit in Malaysia.


We continued our walk and tried some tasty satay.

From rich and aromatic lamb satay to the smoky allure of flame-barbecued chicken skewers slathered in a velvety peanut satay sauce, my senses were on cloud nine.

Chicken satay is one of the best Malaysian street food.

Nasi Lemak & Ota Ota

The tour organizers also took us to a popular local restaurant serving Nasi Lemak, a fragrant rice dish served with spicy sambal, crispy anchovies, peanuts, and a boiled egg. It was a flavor explosion like no other.

Nasi Lemak store in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

And let’s not forget Ota Ota – the succulent grilled fish wrapped in banana leaves infused with fragrant spices. It was like unwrapping a gift of pure deliciousness.

Ota Ota Malaysian food.


To cool things down, a refreshing mango smoothie was the ultimate thirst quencher. We also got plenty of water along the way too.

Mango smoothie Malaysian food.


Our tour didn’t just take us on a culinary adventure; we also visited some famous landmarks in Kuala Lumpur, such as the Pintasan Saloma Bridge and Petronas Twin Tower.

Pintasan Saloma Bridge is one of the best things to do at night in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
Pintasan Saloma Bridge at night offers an amazing view of Petronas Twin Towers.

By the end of the tour, my taste buds were singing with joy, and my belly was happily satisfied.

But beyond the incredible food, what made this experience truly special was the passionate and knowledgeable guide who accompanied us every step of the way.

Thank you, Siddoz, for all the valuable tips!

How to book A Chef’s Tour Kuala Lumpur

A Chef’s Tour offers an opportunity to explore the local food scene, learn the secrets behind iconic dishes, and connect with the vibrant spirit of Kuala Lumpur.

And don’t worry about breaking the bank! A Chef’s Tour Kuala Lumpur is an excellent choice for budget travelers who want to make the most of their culinary experiences.

Mango smoothie.

Final thoughts

Whether you’re an adventurous eater ready to try new flavors or a passionate foodie seeking to deepen your culinary knowledge, this tour caters to all.

As for me, it was a journey of flavors, a celebration of culture, and a testament to the universal language of food.

Disclaimer: I was invited by A Chef’s Tour, but as always, opinions are my own. The information provided is based on my personal experience. Please check with the tour organizers for any updates or changes to the itinerary.

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