Good food, keen pricing
What we say:
A good way to start your meal is with the selection of appetisers, which includes popiah goreng (fried spring rolls) and cucur udang (deep fried battered prawns). Other recommended dishes include the ikan siakap masam manis (deep fried sweet and sour sea bass) and ayam panggang kuah percik (chargrilled marinated chicken).
Songket has the bonus (or curse) of live "traditional" entertainment every evening.
It can be a bit hard to find, down an alley near the Jalan Tun Razak end of Jalan Yap Kwang seng. Taking a taxi is the best option, as it's a long walk from the nearest pubic transport.
Contact details29 Jalan Yap Kwan Seng, KLCC
T: (03) 2161 3331
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