Queens Restaurant @ Jalan Peel, KL

<span class=

It’s Queen’s Park again.. but this time, by night! On the corner of Jalan Peel and Jalan Shelley, this place is definitely great for lunch… but more importantly, the night-time here, is just CRAZY with activity!

<span class=

Just look at that. The entire street (and i mean literally on the street, where you can touch the traffic with your butt, or the feel the wind against your shorts, where you sit) is packed to the rafters with people. It’s 9pm, and things are just warming up.

Apart form a fantastic variety of hawker-fare to chose from, e.g. kangkung yauyee (water Convolvulus with squid), fried noodles, pig stomach soup etc,etc, people travel far and wide to eat the famous Ah Wah Grill Wings (yup, the one that Jalan Ah Lor made famous) and also the blistering but succulent SATAY!

Just to digress.. am I the only one who cracks up everytime she hears the english word for kangkung.. ?! Farnee.

<span class=
That’s mah mansataying the Satay!

You can feel the heat from 2 meters away… it’s that hot. Blistering.

<span class=
Ah.. sweet.

That is Beef you see on the far end, then chicken, then mutton. The mutton is amazing – more gamy than the beef and could possibly be called, an acquired taste.. but oh, so good:D This mutton satay is definitely harsher than the normal nasi kandar mutton as it has no sauce to mask its taste. However, 3 sticks into the eating and you really get the hang of it. Embrace the stinkiness, oh yea!

<span class=

We love the peanut sauce here. We love the fact that it is so hygienically served in individual Styrofoam bowls and is less oily(ok lah, slightly less) and sweet, than other peanut sauces.

If you have visitors from abroad, bring them here. They will be impressed.. (erm, as long as they don’t look in the gutter, next to where they sit, that is.. hurhur.. :P)

At approximately 60 cents per stick.. a steal!

Check it out if you are in the area.


Cleanliness:3/10 (Roadside mah..)

Service: Speedy

Oil Factor:high

Salt Factor:high


  • Jackson says:

    this is one of my regular makan place when i stayed in KL few years ago. I love the chicken wings so much!

  • fatboybakes says:

    i convulse too at convulva, (plural of convulvulus)and the bunga telang, clitoria. maybe the petai is actually called the hymenia bean.

  • J2Kfm says:

    wah … y so many char-ry bits?
    on a starry night? 😉

    me love mutton satay also, but not slightly exp than the rest?

  • CUMI &amp; CIKI says:

    that makes 2 of us!

    hahahahahahahha .. v good! i will never look at petai the same again

    charry charry nite… lol (heehee.. you crack me up.. farnee!) yea, mutton was a little more exp than the rest.

  • backstreetgluttons says:

    kAng-kOng is a hOle-y talk-about interpretation of cOn-vulva-lulus and so shud taste just like the real thing ( right OnOt ?)
    slimy smOOth & all that

  • Nic (KHKL) says:

    OMG! i’ve been makaning the chicken wings here since primary school and TODAY only i know that it’s from Ah Lor’s Ah Wah!

    i blame the hallucinating, seductive, delicious chilli dip. ;D

  • Lyrical Lemongrass says:

    I bring my visitors here too. With the number of people who eat here, I think the rats would be too afraid to come out.

  • CUMI &amp; CIKI says:

    ee-yer, you guys ah.. one track mind ler… hahaha.. holey moley:P

    really?! since primary school.. wah, you’ve got a head start on me then. no wonder you grew up big and strong.. on all that satay sauce and chicken wings;)

    i want PAV!

  • Life for Beginners says:

    Lenggang, lenggang kangkung… eh, how did the rest of the song go lah? Dah lupa ni. 😛

    *laughs at LL’s comment*

    But, dear, have you seen the SIZE of the KL rats? Can compete with the ones from the Epal Besar, you know…

  • CUMI &amp; CIKI says:

    u seem to know all the puisi/pantun.. etc. etc.. must have aced all ur exams.. hehe:P

  • myCoffee says:

    Yeah, that cracks me up too! I can’t never say it out loud without getting my tongue all twisted. haha.

  • Tummythoz says:

    “.. where you can touch the traffic with your butt..”
    So true, so true.

  • CUMI &amp; CIKI says:

    uh huh

    part of the fun eh.. lol

  • Tummythoz says:

    Bad bad cumi&ciki. U made me do it. I went there last night & had 10 sticks of satay & cleaned 2 bowls of peanut sauce!

  • jason says:

    Me no fan of mutton but RM0.60 is veli cheap leh.

  • vkeong says:

    touching the traffic with your butt, LOL. Accident already loh. I haven’t tried Wong Ah Wah’s chicken wings before even though I have been to Jalan Alor a few times.. -_-

  • CUMI &amp; CIKI says:

    lol.. but worth every sinful bite rite?!

    uh huh

    try it.. it’s good:D

  • mimid3vils says:

    branch of Wong Ah Wah, sure very nice, like it!!

  • Christy says:

    Hahaha….the word tickles your bone? Then call it kangkung lar:)
    Ooo…this place is really very popular…it’s really packed to the brim!~

  • mimid3vils says:

    as good as wong ah wah @ Alor?

  • Big Boys Oven says:

    When I saw this post, swftly we went to explore this place, wow! the mee rebus was good, satay was excellent, mix pork soup was geniuos and beef noodle totaly heaven! wow!

  • ibnu marzuki al firdaus says:

    dear friend,

    do u’ve bbq land kuang no @ been there? some said d price just below rm20 4 buffet per pax!


    mal handsome
    [email protected]

  • Food Promotions says:

    We would like to invite you to visit http://foodpromotions.blogspot.com/


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.