Malaysia Boleh! @ Shoppes at Four Seasons Place

Following the success of its first food court in Singapore, Malaysia Boleh! has opened its latest outlet in Malaysia. Located in the heart of Kuala Lumpur at Shoppes at Four Seasons Place, Malaysia Boleh! houses over 14 stalls offering non-halal hawker fare from different states in Malaysia


Located directly next to KLCC Twin Towers, opposite to Avenue K Shopping Mall and a few minutes walk from LRT KLCC Station, its strategic location making it a popular spot for both tourists and locals to enjoy Malaysia popular street food.


Themed classic Kopitiam, the food court is set in a brilliant heritage shop house frontage design with old school tables and chairs. Further elevated the atmosphere are those hanging bird cages, Chinese oldies background music and the fun murals.

I heard that it can be quite packed during weekday lunch but we managed to get our tables easily on a weekend for late lunch.


Pretty tiles and stools~


Popular hawker food such as Klang bak kut teh, Penang Char Kuay Tiao, Asam Laksa, Prawn Mee, Nasi Lemak, Hokkien Mee, curry noodles and many more can be found here.  You’ll be spoilt for choice, don’t say I didn’t warn you. 😛


Jalan Imbi Ah Yen Curry Mee – Curry Chicken Noodles

This curry mee definitely tick all the boxes for a good bowl of curry noodles. From its thick, creamy and fragrant broth to the generous amount of ingredients such as poached chicken, pig skin, bean curd puffs, long beans and bean sprout (now only I notice the cockles are missing but I’m okay with it) The curry broth looked red at sight but it is not as spicy as it looks with good dose of spices. From Kris’s blog post, I knew that this is her and her husband favourite curry noodles that used to be operated in ICC Pudu before relocated here. Read her story HERE


Yong Kee Penang Char Kuay Tiao 

Topped with 3 fresh sizable prawns,  the Kuay Tiao with subtle hint of ‘wok hei’ was nicely moist and bursting with a lovely soy sauce flavour. Lots of crunchy beansprouts, chives and lovely egg bits in the noodles but again, where’s the cockles? =.=”


Yong Kee Penang Char Kuay Tiao – Fried Oyster Omelet 

Fresh luscious baby oysters were cooked perfectly with equal balance of starch and egg, eat with the chili sauce to enhance the overall flavors. 


Ipoh Pork Kuay Tiao & Porridge

The porridge may look pale but the flavour was totally the opposite. Laden with pork slices, minced pork and pork innard, the porridge was in perfect silky smooth texture, just the way I like. It was creamy and savory in every spoonful.

The pork noodles was equally delicious with same pork ingredients and prominent porky broth.


Penang Carrot Cake

From the same stall, the Char Koay Kak was stir fried together with bean sprout, egg and the essential Chai Poh (preserve radish). I like the soft cubed carrot caked with good hit of breathe and the addictive savoury bits of Chai Poh.

Ipoh Buntong Bean Sprout Chicken Rice

The ‘Yau Fan’ (oiled rice) was aromatic and tasty on its own, paired with succulent tender poached chicken from Ipoh Buntong, a simple but satisfying meal.


Pudu Barbeque

Didn’t impart high expectation on this but the roasted duck was surprisingly spot on with glistening crispy skin and well marinated meat. The Char Siew on the other hand was not to my liking, I prefer a more sweet and caramelized version, like this ONE.


KL Hokkien Mee

Not too wet or dry, the Hokkien Mee offered here at Malaysia Boleh! certainly pass with flying colours in my book. The presence of the essential Zhu Yao Char (fried pork lard), pleasant ‘wok hei’ smokiness and aromatic soy sauce coated strands of thick noodles, making this one of the must orders here!


Penang Road’s Famous Chendol

Operated in the beverage stall, the chendol with sufficient amount of Gula Melaka, slivers of Chendol and kidney beans in fine shaved ice definitely something you want to round up your meal.


These were the food I managed to try during my visit, and there are still many choices that might tickle your fancy. Try it out and let me know what’s your take.

Penang Asam Laksa


Penang Hokkien Mee


Claypot Chicken Rice


Klang Bak Kut Teh


Kuantan Nasi Lemak


Verdict: For its  location in the city centre, food offered at Malaysia Boleh! are reasonably priced with decent  portion. Choices are aplenty and I’m satiated with what I’ve tried, food quality certainly above average if compared with most of the food court out there.


Malaysia Boleh! 

B1-01B, Shoppes at Four Seasons Place, 145 Jalan Ampang 50450 Kuala Lumpur.

Operating Hours: 10.00am to 10.00pm, daily



  • Best CKT within walking distance of KLCC for sure. 😀

  • Haha, you beat me to my post (and thanks for the mention)! ^_~ These were the ones you managed to try in your visit….well, I think you’ve tried at least half of what’s offered here! 😛 The rest of the photos I’m assuming are advertisement photos then which you didn’t try. If you’ve tried those as well, then you would have eaten almost everything here. Psst…the Kuantan nasi lemak is no more, it’s Pudu nasi lemak now). The KL Hokkien Mee is next on my list 🙂

  • Kris, the nasi lemak, I went back again last 2 weeks and found out that 😛

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