• Address

    B1-01B, Four Seasons Place
    145 Jalan Ampang
    Kuala Lumpur City Centre
    50088 Kuala Lumpur
  • Price / Fee

    Bak Kut Teh (RM13) ‧ Basic nasi lemak (RM3.50) ‧ Char Kway Teow (RM9) ‧ Char Siew Pau (RM3) ‧ Char Siew Rice (RM9) ‧ Chicken rice (RM8) ‧ Chilly Ban Mian (RM10) ‧ Claypot Chicken Rice (RM10) ‧ Coffee C (hot) (RM2.50) ‧ Coffee O (hot) (RM2) ‧ Curry Chicken Noodle (RM9) ‧ Curry Laksa (RM9) ‧ Fish Ball Noodles (Soup) (RM9) ‧ Fried Carrot Cake (RM9) ‧ Fried Hokkien Mee (RM12) ‧ Fried carrot cake (RM8) ‧ Golden Sand Bun (RM3.50) ‧ Hokkien Mee (RM12) ‧ Hokkien Prawn Noodle (RM12) ‧ Ipoh Kuey Tiow Pork Noodles (RM9) ‧ KL Hokkien Mee (RM12) ‧ KL Wanton Mee (RM9) ‧ Nasi Lemak (RM3.50) ‧ Nasi lemak + chicken thigh (RM9) ‧ Penang Fried Oyster (RM12) ‧ Penang Laksa (RM10) ‧ Penang Prawn Mee (RM10) ‧ Penang Road Famous Chendol (RM3) ‧ Penang Style Char Kuay Tiao (RM9) ‧ Signature Golden Sand Pau (RM3) ‧ Steamed chicken rice with beansprout (RM10.60) ‧ Wantan Mee (RM9) ‧ Ying Yong (cold) (RM3) ‧ brinjal with fish paste fillings (RM2.50) ‧ curry mee (RM9)

    [1 year ago]
    Assam Laksa (RM10) ‧ Bak Kut Teh (RM13) ‧ Cendol (RM3) ‧ Char Kway Teow (RM9) ‧ Char Kway Teow large (RM12) ‧ Char Siew Rice (RM9) ‧ Chicken rice (RM2) ‧ Chye Kueh (RM2) ‧ Claypot Chicken Rice (RM10) ‧ Curry Chicken Noodle (RM9) ‧ Curry Mee (RM9) ‧ Fried or chien (regular portion) (RM12) ‧ Hee Koh KL Wanton Mee (RM9) ‧ Hot white coffee (RM2.50) ‧ Jalan Imbi Ah Yen Curry Mee (RM9) ‧ KL Hokkien Mee (RM12) ‧ KL Hokkien Mee (Regular) (RM12) ‧ KL Wanton Mee (RM9) ‧ KL Wanton Mee Dry/Soup (RM9) ‧ Le Qi Ipoh Bean Sprout Chicken (RM10) ‧ Liang You Ipoh Pork Koay Teow Noodles (RM9) ‧ Penang Asam Laksa (RM10) ‧ Penang Carrot Cake (RM8) ‧ Penang Carrot Cake (Regular) (RM8) ‧ Penang Fried Carrot Cake (RM8) ‧ Penang Fried Carrot Cake /Regular (RM8) ‧ Penang Fried Oyster (O Chien) (Regular) (RM12) ‧ Penang Fried Oyster (RM12) ‧ Penang Hokkien (aka Prawn) Mee (RM10) ‧ Penang Hokkien Mee / Prawn Mee (RM10) ‧ Penang Prawn Mee (RM10) ‧ Penang Road Chendol (RM3) ‧ Pork Kuay Tiao (RM9) ‧ Pork Porridge (RM8) ‧ Pork mee hoon (RM9) ‧ Pudu Barbecue – Roast Duck Rice (RM10) ‧ Pudu Barbeque Roast Duck + Char Siew Combo (RM15) ‧ Pudu Nasi Lemak with Fried Chicken Drumstick (RM9.50) ‧ Quarter Chicken (Lower) (RM18) ‧ Roast Duck Drumstick Rice (RM13) ‧ Roast Pork Rice (RM10) ‧ Te Qi Ipoh Bean Sprout Chicken (RM10) ‧ Yoko Chilly Ban Mian (RM9) ‧ Yoko Chilly Pan Mee (RM10) ‧ Yong Kee Char Koay Teow (Regular) (RM9) ‧ Yong Kee Char Kuay Tiao (RM9)
  • Signature Dishes

    Claypot Chicken Rice ‧ Char Kway Teow ‧ KL Hokkien Mee ‧ Penang Fried Oyster ‧ Wantan Mee ‧ Penang Assam Laksa ‧ Curry Mee ‧ Curry Chicken Noodle ‧ Penang Asam Laksa ‧ Penang Carrot Cake ‧ Klang Bak Kut Teh ‧ Pork Porridge ‧ Jalan Imbi Ah Yen Curry Mee ‧ KL Wanton Mee ‧ Bak Kut Teh ‧ Chicken rice ‧ Yoko Chilly Pan Mee ‧ KL-style Hokkien Mee ‧ Cendol ‧ Ipoh Chicken Rice ‧ Char Siew Rice ‧ Chendol ‧ Penang Hokkien Mee / Prawn Mee ‧ Penang Prawn Mee ‧ Pudu Fried Chicken & Nasi Lemak ‧ Penang Road Chendol ‧ Ipoh Pork Kway Tiao & Pork Porridge
  • Dishes

    Cendol ‧ Curry mee ‧ Teh Ping

    [1 year ago]
    Ban Mian ‧ Char Kuay Tiao ‧ Char Kway Teow ‧ Chendol ‧ Claypot Chicken Rice ‧ Curry Chicken Noodles ‧ Curry Mee ‧ Fried Oyster Omelet ‧ Fried Radish Cake ‧ Ipoh Buntong Bean Sprout Chicken Rice ‧ Ipoh Chicken Rice ‧ Ipoh Pork Kuay Tiao & Porridge ‧ Ipoh Pork Kway Tiao & Pork Porridge ‧ KL Hokkien Mee ‧ KL-style Hokkien Mee ‧ Klang Bak Kut Teh ‧ Kuantan Nasi Lemak ‧ Oyster Omelette ‧ Pan Mee ‧ Penang Asam Laksa ‧ Penang Carrot Cake ‧ Penang Char Koay Teow ‧ Penang Chendol ‧ Penang Hokkien Mee ‧ Penang Road’s Famous Chendol ‧ Prawn Mee ‧ Pudu Barbeque ‧ Pudu Fried Chicken & Nasi Lemak ‧ Pudu Nasi Lemak ‧ Traditional Handmade Pau and Kuih ‧ Wantan Mee
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Reviews

Malaysia Boleh! 4 @ Shoppes at Four Seasons Place

This round we also got to try the Wantan Mee @ RM9 and I was happy to see pun fei sau (half lean-half fat) cut of char siew given without requesting for it. Not only that, the noodles also came topped with crispy chee yau char...and that's why you can taste the fragrant lard oil in the sauce that's used to toss the noodles in. It may not be among the better ones that I've had, but overall, still a decent plate of wantan mee.
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  • 1 year ago

Malaysia Boleh - Kuala Lumpur City Center - 1 tip from 58 visitors

See 9 photos and 1 tip from 58 visitors to Malaysia Boleh. "Good selections of local food at affordable prices.. but the parking rate on the other..."

Moved

A plate of nasi lemak (MYR 3.50+) and one deep fried chicken thigh (MYR 5+) making it a total of MYR 8.50+ (MYR 9 nett). The rice is soft with a tinge of coconut milk. For my friend who do not eat much sambal, the rice can be a bit dry as this stall does not have any other curry gravy to go with the rice. For those who will mix the rice with the sambal, they won't find the rice to be dry.

47BD6 All Noodle Dishes

This time we ordered the recommended curry mee (MYR 9 nett for a regular portion) and add 1 piece of brinjal with fish paste fillings (MYR 2.50 nett); Char Kway Teow (MYR 9 nett for a regular portion) and Hokkien Mee (MYR 12 nett for a regular portion).

All 4 of us shared all the noodle dishes so even though they were not the best in the whole of this country but this was a very fulfilling meal as we get to eat a bit of each dish and each dish is tasty in its own way.

Malaysia Boleh! 3 @ Shoppes At Four Seasons Place

Fried Hokkien Mee @ RM12
At first glance, I was happy to see the sprinkling of pork lard crisps which is a super important ingredient in a plate of Hokkien Mee as far as I'm concerned.
It only had two good-sized prawns that were firm and sweet but (luckily) they made up for it with a generous amount of lean pork slices and softened cabbage...plus the freshly cooked sambal accompaniment, with its distinct fiery red colour and oil around the edges, is the hallmark of a well-made sambal that will hit the spot nicely.
imemily.com
  • 1 year ago

Local Hawker Fare @ Malaysia Boleh! Four Seasons Place KL

Claypot Chicken Rice RM10
Claypot chicken rice is my friend's favourite there. The claypot has added in chicken, salted fish, “lap cheong”, dark soy sauce, ginger, sugar, and salt. Give you a savoury taste that this dish is a must-have in Malaysia Boleh! Food court.

Malaysia Boleh Food Court At Robinsons Evolution, or Is It at the Four Seasons?

The Cendol was pretty good.... despite the mass production...

Definitely worth another visit.

15 Street Food to Eat at Malaysia Boleh!

The Penang Fried Oyster (RM12) is also sublime. Starchy bits along with egg and plump baby oysters are best savored with the chili sauce on the side.

Malaysia Boleh! 2 @ Shoppes at Four Seasons Place

The Penang Fried Carrot Cake @ RM8 (regular, RM10 for large) was more than decent with crunchy beansprouts and cooked with two eggs (yes, two!). The "chai tao kway" was nicely soft and well fried with crusty bits around the edges. I certainly wouldn't mind a bit more "wok hei" and caramelisation.
pureglutton.com
  • 1 year ago

MALAYSIA BOLEH! @ Four Seasons Place, Kuala Lumpur

Ipoh Chicken Rice – as someone who grew up in Ipoh, I have to confess I’ve never eaten chicken rice from Buntong. Well, that’s unfortunate, for this plate of Buntong Chicken Rice really rocks! As plain and simple as it looks, don’t let that deceive you. The rice is fragrant, having been cooked with chicken fat, garlic, ginger and shallots. The poached chicken is smooth and tender and the chilli sauce was spot on.

thefoodbunny.com
  • 1 year ago

Malaysia Boleh Food Court @ Shoppes Four Seasons Place – A Delight :)

Penang Road Chendol, 3 ringgit. Had the Penang Road Cendol for dessert, a much needed refreshment 🙂 It had just the right amount of sweetness from the gula Melaka and coconut milk, difference in textures and chewyness from the red kidney beans (super happy about this because it came in a generous portion) and the usual green rice flour mini snakelike thing. It may not seem much but it was good.

pureglutton.com
  • 1 year ago

MALAYSIA BOLEH! @ Four Seasons Place, Kuala Lumpur

Ipoh Chicken Rice – as someone who grew up in Ipoh, I have to confess I’ve never eaten chicken rice from Buntong. Well, that’s unfortunate, for this plate of Buntong Chicken Rice really rocks! As plain and simple as it looks, don’t let that deceive you. The rice is fragrant, having been cooked with chicken fat, garlic, ginger and shallots. The poached chicken is smooth and tender and the chilli sauce was spot on.

choiyen.com
  • 1 year ago

Malaysia Boleh! @ Shoppes at Four Seasons Place

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.

malaysianfoodie.com
  • 1 year ago

Malaysia Boleh! @ Four Seasons Hotel KL : Heaven of Local Malaysian Food

One of my favourite MUST TRY is the Jalan Imbi Ah Yen Curry Mee (RM 9). We love the beautifully prepared curry mee which is packed with the ingredients from tau pok, long beans, and pig skin. For me, I love it as it taste slightly like Nyonya Style Curry Mee which is more to the creamier type. You can have them together with the noodles and vermicelli. Yummz…

Malaysia Boleh! @ Shoppes at Four Seasons Place

My Personal Opinion

Now that she has moved to a conveniently located and easily accessible shopping mall, everyone gets to enjoy her awesome curry laksa in a clean and comfortable environment. And for those of you who have not tried, I have five words for you....what are you waiting? ;)

What to Eat in Malaysia Boleh! Four Seasons Place KL

Pudu Barbecue – Roast Duck Rice RM10
Summerkid and his brother gave stamp of approval for this roast duck rice. Skin is surprisingly still crispy after we took some time on photography. Succulent meat, goes well with rice. Recommended.

MB Four Seasons Place KL

Assam Laksa (Regular portion) - MYR 10 nett. I was surprise to see the clear broth. Although it lacks the taste of torch ginger flower, the broth is sourish and very appetising
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