Top 10 Places To Watch The World Cup

by Arslan Z. Photography FriedChillies on Fri, July 06, 2018

The World Cup season is heating up! This is a great excuse to keluar and lepak every night with your bros (or maybe #Sis) to watch some football action kan? So here are our best spots to go to cure your football fever. Whether you want a stadium ambience


As the World Cup heats up check out our top picks for watching football with the masses.

1. BRJ Bistro (Best to watch the World Cup Tepi Jalan)

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No stranger to Kaki Bola’s of KL, BRJ Bistro has to be one of the go-to spots to catch a match or tables and chairs fill up the street just in front of this Bistro, all decked up with a decent-sized projector screen and a not too shabby sound system.

Did we mention they’re famous for their Nasi Lemak Ayam as well? Light coconutty rice, sweet and spicy sambal with a kaw kaw Ayam Goreng thats fried to order, feel habis lah!

Address: 12, Jalan 4a/27a, Wangsa Maju, 53300 Kuala Lumpur,

Opening Hours: 24 Hours (Daily)

2. NZ Curry House (Best Place Kalau Nak Rasa Macam Kat Stadium)

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If you’re a Kaki Bola, then most probably you’ve been to the Holy Grail of football screening that is NZ Curry House in Wangsa Maju, betul tak? Projector screens from every angle, with a space that can easily fit 200 pax. Can you imagine the crowd roaring when a goal is scored? Jerit sampai hilang suara. Jangan gaduh sudah.

You can order their fluffy and puffy poori with a hearty and spicy potato masala, even the roti canai here is light and flaky, perfect to makan while keeping your eyes glued to the screen.

Address: 12-1, Jalan Wangsa Delima 11, Wangsa Maju, 53300 Kuala Lumpur

Opening Hours: 24 Hours (Daily)

3. Nathan’s Corner Bukit Jalil (Best Place If You Wanna Get More Cosy)

An absolute favourite among the locals in Bukit Jalil is Nathan’s Corner. A Kaki Bola lepak spot since the late 90’s, the place has an airy and comfortable seating just outside the restaurant. The space is not too big like most mamak, which makes it a bit more intimate… and konfem boleh buat kawan baru here as you share the joy of your team winning the game.

Jangan lupa order the famous extremely cheesy Cheese Naan and layan the rush of the match with their moist and juicy Tandoori Chicken! Layan gila. Ps. Just make sure not to rembat other people’s juicy Tandoori while tengah emo-emo tu ya.

Address: 1, Jalan 6/155, Bukit Jalil, 58200, Kuala Lumpur

Opening Hours: Opening Hours (Daily)

4. Nasi Kandar Pelita KLCC (Best KLCC View While Cheering Goals)

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When it comes to a Football match lepak spot, Nasi Kandar Pelita would be one of your default spots, am I right? And Nasi Kandar Pelita Jalan Ampang (ex-Zouk) is the one to go to! It’s massive size can easily fit 200 pax more or less. They don’t have a projector screen but TV screens cover almost every corner of the shop, so everyone can still layan one here!

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Best part about catching the World Cup matches here is obviously the food! Where else can you get piping hot and fresh Nasi Kandar while watching your favourite trashing their opponents? Daging Masak Kicap is a must ok and of coz their frotty Teh Tarik!

Address: 149, Jalan Ampang, Kuala Lumpur, 50450

Opening Hours: 24 Hours

5. Nasi Lemak Cinta Sayang Shah Alam (Best Footy and Nasi Lemak)

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Love prevails at this Nasi Lemak joint in Shah Alam, especially the love for football! Shah Alam’s Kaki Bola flock to this spot because it is port tengok bola yang paling baik. Loads of seats literally covering every part of the shop! Havoc gila if you’re catching the next match here, memang meriah.

The love also goes out to the obvious Nasi Lemak. This Sungai Petani institution has graciously blessed the Shah Alam locals with their butt-kicking Sambal and mouth-watering Nasi Lemak. So if you love football and Nasi Lemak, then this place is made for you.

Address: 2, Jalan Renang 13/26, Seksyen 13, 40100 Shah Alam, Selangor

Opening Hours: 12.00 PM - 12.00 AM

6. SOULed Out Hartamas (Best Place If You Wanna Feel Atas)

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SOULed Out remains a prefered lepak spot for the people of Hartamas when they’re feeling a bit ATAS and want to catch a football game at the same time. The massive screen right at the main spot is also one of the main reasons to catch the game here, it’s like you’re in the stadium itself. Macam kat stadium.

While you’re there, try out their new items on the menu! Look at this bowl of Bakso, slurp-away but keep the soup away from your favourite jersey, we don’t wanna stain it do we?

Address: 20, Jalan 30/70a, Desa Sri Hartamas, 50480 Kuala Lumpur,

Opening Hours: 12.00 PM - 1.00 AM

7. Suzi’s Corner Ampang (Best Place To Watch With Most Probably Everyone You Know)

An Ampangite watering hole, Suzi’s Corner have been here since the late 80’s and one of the things they’re known for is the rowdy Kaki Bola’s screaming and cheering for their teams. A medium-sized screen tucked in at the side gives you a perfect view no matter where your table is.

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Psst, did you guys know about the soft and fluffy naans here? Well it’s about time, dip in the thick Kuah Dhal, memang puas! They also have satay, chicken chop and even bubur!

Address: Jalan Ampang, Kampung Berembang, 55000 Kuala Lumpur

Opening Hours: 6.00 PM - 4.00 AM

8. Anggun City, Rawang (Best For The Biggest Screen)

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Kaki Bola’s, are you ready for this?! Jom pergi port baru to experience the largest World Cup screening in Malaysia within Anggun City Mall. I mean look at the size of that screen, you can bring the whole kampung and still ada space for more friends to join.

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If you’re feeling peckish mid-game, they also have food trucks stationed around the screening zone. Macam macam ada, you’ll be spoilt for choice.

Address: Anggun City, 01-3 Jalan Anggun City 1 Pusat Komersial Anggun City, Taman Anggun / Rawang, 48000 Rawang, Selangor

Opening Hours: 24 Hours

9. Piccadilly Restaurant PJ (Best Place To Feel Like Everyone is Your Friend)

Drive in to a quiet neighborhood in PJ, you’ll find Piccadilly just at the ground floor of Millenium Tower. This is where the PJ locals go to whenever they want a meriah crowd to watch a World Cup match. The big single projector screen and the booming speakers make the experience even more kaw!

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Chow down their juicy sizzling Chicken Chop, a truly value for money dish and tons of other good bites like Kuey Teow Goreng, Nasi Goreng and fruit juices served in mug besar gila kot! Habis game pun tak habis minum punya lah.

Address: LG 006 & LG 007, No. 98, Millenium Square, Jalan 14/1, Seksyen 14, 46100 Petaling Jaya, Selangor

Opening Hours: 10:30 AM - 2.00 AM

10. Rock Cafe, Sunway (Best Place for Footy and Endless Food Choices)

Last but certainly not the least, is the Rock Cafe in Subang Jaya. It’s one of those hawker centres that will be filled to the brim with people whenever it’s football season and you can imagine how it is during the World Cup… havoc!

Order yourself this ‘outta this world’ Indonesian Ayam Bakar at one of the hawkers. The beautifully glazed chicken marinated in their secret sauce is so sedap when paired with their spicy sambal, fuuhhh! Confirm score!

Address: Medan Rock Cafe, Jalan PJS 11/20, Bandar Sunway, 46150 Subang Jaya, Selangor

Opening Hours: 24 Hours (Daily)