Cheap local cuisine
Very close to the Bukit Bintang monorail stop, is this picturesque street lined with restaurants and Asian food stalls, crowded with cars and pedestrians, with terraces for eating outdoors. The endless asphalt smells of exotic fruits and fish, grilled, fried, and even rotten in some places ... every three steps you'll be assaulted by a smiling gentleman or lady armed with their restaurant's menu, and the only way to get by is to insist that you've already eaten. There are all kinds of Asian cuisine here: Chinese, Malay, Vietnamese, Thai, Indian, etc. They are cheap places frequented by locals.