During my unusual adventure to seek for a localized breakfast corner (because brunch food is too mainstream, meh), I accidentally discovered a cool chilling spot in PJ.
PJ Walk at Section 52 near the MBPJ.
Recently the roads there (Jalan Tengah) have been closed for pedestrian use. Surrounding the MBPJ are pavement roads where one could walk, cycle or even rollerblade.
Artsy decors every here and there. But how many of the locals would actually appreciate the beauty offered by our local municipal? Most of the time we are drowned by work-life-stress we hardly pay any attention to the surrounding :(
History lesson of the day: did you know that PJ town used to be a rubber estate? LOL.
Huge mural that depicts the multi-racial harmony.
Visit Kam Heong hawker centre (next to UOB) and order yourselves a few servings of the local food!
Penang prawn noodles. This dish is the locals’ favourite here apparently. I didn’t quite like it though cause the prawn taste was too strong for my liking. The serving portion was rather generous though.
Hakka Mee with char siew, siew yok, fish cake and fish balls. Thumbs up for this.
Don’t forget to try the charcoal roti bakar too.
Best time to visit is before noon. Secure yourself a table outdoor underneath the big tree. We had no doubt enjoyed our marvelous windy morning as we savoured the local delights.
Restoran Kam Heong
Address: 8, Jalan Tengah,
PJ New Town,
46050 Petaling Jaya, Selangor.
Tel: 012-383 5567