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Friday 20 September 2013

Kenanga Foodcourt

Kenanga Foodcourt
7th Floor Kompleks Kenanga Wholesale City
No.2 Jalan Gelugor
55200 Kuala Lumpur
(Coordinates: E101° 42' 29.6" N3° 8' 10.6")

I had a wisdom tooth extracted and was supposed to be resting at home when Cat informed that Brendan had a Prefect’s Night to attend at the Royale Bintang tomorrow. Since he had no formal wear (with throbbing gums and all) we made our way to Kenanga Wholesale City to look for a blazer for Brendan.

This has got to be THE place for reasonably priced goods especially clothing. Since Brendan is into K-Pop we got him a very ‘Seoul-ish’ looking blazer (tight fitting black blazer with a contrasting grey panel on each sides).

"SHINee" blazer, if you know what I mean

All done, we headed up to the 7th Floor to have lunch at Kenanga Foodcourt. This place is pretty popular with teenagers hanging out after school, and nearby offices. 

erm, non-kosher

clean and cosy

apt signage

I got my char siew rice here

again, apt signage

 Since my gums were still pretty sore and I was trying to avoid hot food and excessive chewing, I settled on the 1Char Siew Rice while Cat ordered a plate of 2Char Kuey Teow.

1barbecued pork served with chicken-flavoured rice, cucumbers, drenched in sweet gravy or drizzled with dark soy sauce and garlic chilli
2flat rice noodles stir-fried over very high heat with light and dark soy sauce, chili, a small quantity of belachan, whole prawns, de-shelled cockles, bean sprouts, chopped Chinese chives and egg

Cat's char kuey teow

my char siew rice

coffee with exotic names

The damage? All in (plus exotic sounding coffee for both of us) it came to RM24, which is a little steep considering it was just Cat and I but reasonable enough when compared to other departmental store and shopping complexes food courts. Would we come again? This is a very cosy place to rest your feet and have a meal after a hard day of shopping, we reckon.

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