This eating place, known as Restoran Queen's @ Jalan Peel, is hardly fit for a queen (let alone a peasant) if you look at the surroundings. If you want to eat here, just focus on the food and not the surroundings.
There's also a stall selling steamed fish and "soong" (Asian carp) fish head which is also quite good. For a little more variety, you can order some "foo yoong tan" (fried omelette) and stir-fry vegetables to go with your fish and rice. [#Tip: This was the place where I first "stole" some tips on how to steam fish actually. As it is a stall by the road side, you can see them prep the fish for steaming. They would lay a pair of chopsticks underneath the fish so that the 'cloudy' juices can run off the fish (to the bottom of the plate to be discarded) to get rid of the fishy taste.]
My Personal Opinion
There's quite a variety of good stuff here, at very affordable prices, which you can wash down with a refreshing glass of sugar cane or coconut water, albeit in 'not-so-clean' surroundings.
The best things here are the "char siew pau", grilled chicken wings and satay!Restoran Queen's
96 Jalan Peel
50400 Kuala Lumpur