Kuala Lumpur may not be close to any coastal areas, but there certainly is good seafood to be found. Most of them are Chinese restaurants that have a specialised cooking style blending in Malay, Chinese and Indian styles to produce gastronomically-pleasing seafood dishes.
Yet another fantastic seafood item to try is steamboat – a Chinese dish where heaps of raw seafood is tossed and cooked inside a boiling pot, heated by a stove and placed right in the middle of your table.
After that, diners help themselves to the mass of seafood with chopsticks. For the best seafood, head to Pulau Ketam in Klang or Kuala Selangor.
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