8 Supper Spots in Klang Valley to Satiate Your Late-Night Cravings

8 Supper Spots in Klang Valley to Satiate Your Late-Night Cravings

One of the most annoying things that can happen to a person is feeling unexpectedly hungry during the late hours. Or you just wanted to have something to munch on after a late-night outing with your friend or your loved one. Instead of the usual mamak fare, we have gathered a selected list of 8 supper spots in Klang Valley to satiate your late-night cravings.

1) Saltys The H @ Hartamas

Saltys is home to The Halal Guys-inspired Nasi New York, offering a choice of chicken or lamb served with aromatic basmati rice, veggies and tomatoes. Each portion comes with delicious toppings of white sauce and hot sauce. Next up is their signature Mac & Cheese, where you can have it original or spicy with different proteins available such as grilled lamb/chicken and Korean chicken. Expect cheesilicious macaroni at each bite — perfect for those who love cheese. Saltys offers burgers too, notably the Godzilla Chicken/Korean Chicken Burger. As the name suggests, you have a big single or double chicken patty protruding between the burger buns.

Address: The H @ Hartamas, Jalan Sri Hartamas 22, Desa Sri Hartamas, 50480 Kuala Lumpur | Operating Hours: 12 pm-12 am (Daily)

Saltys The H @ Hartamas
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2) Damascus

This popular Middle Eastern restaurant in Bukit Bintang needs no introduction. Damascus offers the likes of kebab, falafel and Mandi rice but most patrons come for their signature dish. The dish in question? Shawarma. Imagine taking a bite of the toasty shawarma filled with marinated chicken or beef pieces and other ingredients wrapped in Lebanese bread. Alternatively, you can double your shawarma enjoyment by going for the mixed chicken and beef.

Address: 111, Jln Sultan Ismail, Bukit Bintang, 50250 Kuala Lumpur | Operating Hours: 8 am-4 am (Daily)

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3) Big Boss HSP

HSP, an acronym for “halal snack pack”, originated from Australia. And you can have it here at Jalan Tun H.S. Lee. Similar to the one available in The Land Down Under, Big Boss HSP’s signature HSP dishes come with a choice of chicken, beef or mixed. Each pack is layered with creamy mozzarella cheese, fries and three sauces of your choice. For the latter, their Holy Trinity (garlic, BBQ & sweet chilli) sauces come highly recommended. They offer chicken, beef or mixed shawarma in either a la carte or combo set with fries and a canned beverage.

Address: 1, Jalan Tun H S Lee, City Centre, 50100 Kuala Lumpur | Operating Hours: 5 pm-12 am (Sun-Thurs) & 5 pm-2 am (Fri-Sat)

Big Boss HSP
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4) Say Yes Express

One of the best go-to nasi lemak havens in Damansara Uptown is the Say Yes Cafe just across from The Starling Mall. While their cafe is open from morning till 4 pm, you can still enjoy their signature Nasi Lemak Ayam Goreng Berempah from 5.30 pm till midnight. Can’t handle spicy food? Do try their Roti Bakar — well-toasted, crunchy bread with a generous savoury-sweet spread of butter and kaya.

Address: 97-A, Jalan SS 21/37, Damansara Utama, 47400 Petaling Jaya, Selangor | Operating Hours: 5.30 pm-12.30 am (Tues-Sun)

Say Yes Express
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5) Restoran Yan Yang (Restoran Yan Yan A One)

Dim sum is typically associated with breakfast or brunch meals. But what if you want to crave them for supper? Thankfully, there’s Restoran Yan Yang, better known as Yan Yan A One, where you can enjoy late-night dim sum until 3 am. They have around 50 choices to choose from, covering the classic Siew Mai to others such as Fried Fish Balls, Pork & Ham Rolls and Fried Shrimp Dumplings. You can also find chee cheong fun stuffed with char siew or prawn and porridge.

Address: Jalan Klang Lama, Taman Shanghai, 58100 Kuala Lumpur | Operating hours: 9 am-3 am (Daily)

Restoran Yan Yang (Restoran Yan Yan A One)
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6) Sate Rono

There are a few satay places in Kajang and among them includes Sate Rono, which offers juicy and chunky satay freshly made on a daily basis. And what’s good about Sate Rono is the best ingredients they use with no added MSG. Classic choices include Sate Ayam and Sate Kambing, where the latter uses Australian lamb. Coupled with a side serving of nasi impit (compressed rice), chopped cucumbers & onions and delicious spicy-savoury peanut sauce, you can enjoy their satay at Prima Saujana or Simpang Balak outlets.


(Prima Saujana) F-17-GA, F, 19-GA, Jalan Prima Saujana 2/D, Taman Prima Saujana, 43000 Kajang, Selangor | Operating Hours: 3 pm-11 pm (Thurs-Tues)

(Simpang Balak) Jalan Satu, Taman Delima, 43000 Kajang, Selangor | Operating Hours: 3 pm-10 pm (Thurs-Tues)

Sate Rono
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7) Mee Tarik Jalan Sultan

The long stretch of the always-busy Jalan Sultan on Petaling Street houses plenty of cafes, restaurants and stalls. But if you are craving for a bowl of Chinese-Muslim hand-pulled noodles, look no further than the famous Mee Tarik Jalan Sultan. Try their Beef Ramen or others such as Beef Mix Noodle and Tomato Egg Noodle. Best enjoyed with a dip of chilli oil to elevate your noodle dish for an added spicy kick. Don’t forget to complement your mee tarik with must-order side dishes such as fried dumplings and green onion pancakes.

Address: 36, Jalan Sultan, City Centre, 50000 Kuala Lumpur | Operating Hours: 10.30 am-6 am (Daily)

Mee Tarik Jalan Sultan
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8) Dawa Dessert

Thinking of ending your late-night outing with something sweet? Dawa Dessert, which has two outlets in Pudu and Taman Bukit Segar, offers a variety of tong sui and desserts served from the afternoon until 11 pm or midnight. They have red bean soup, bubur chacha and longan tofu, just to name a few. Traditional kuih muih is also available, namely coconut bowl kuih and pumpkin cake.


(Pudu) 43, Jalan Kancil, Pudu, 55100 Kuala Lumpur | Operating Hours: 2 pm-11 pm (Wed-Fri) & 2 pm-12 am (Sat-Sun)

(Taman Bukit Segar) 7, Jalan Manis 4, Taman Bukit Segar, 56100 Kuala Lumpur | Operating Hours: 3 pm-11 pm (Wed-Mon)

Dawa Dessert
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