During couple of month ago we started writing about Malaysian food and restaurants. And we start feeling the fun and popularity from the readership that make us more in to it. Thus, we would like to introduce to you to the one of the oldest Chinese restaurants in Kuala Lumpur city – Sek Yuan Restaurant.  

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Sek Yuan is specializes in traditional Cantonese food, and for years has maintained wood-fired stoves (they only have two of these stoves now) to enhance the flavor and depth of the food. The pei pa duck (roast duck) has also been a popular feature at Sek Yuen since the 1960s.  

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Sek Yuan began in the 1940s, when three enterprising brothers – Phang Shue Tang, Phang Chew Kan and Phang Meng Yun – travelled around KL peddling wantan mee on a mobile food cart. 

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Note, the Sek Yuan Restaurant is Non-Halal.  

Address: 313 – 1, Jalan Pudu, Pudu, Kuala Lumpur 

Opening hours: Tuesdays to Sundays, 11.30 – 2.30, 5.30 – 9.30. Mondays Closed. 

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