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Sunday 26 January 2014

Kenanga Food Court (Revisited)

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

KWC has got to be THE place for reasonably priced goods especially clothing. Since Brendan is into K-Pop he had a whale of a time picking out clothing that suited his taste, and after the shopping frenzy we made our way to the 7th floor. We've covered this food court before, and were confident that Vincent and Virginia would quite enjoy their lunch here.

we're back!
a fruitful morning for Brendan

Despite it being a food court, the stalls served pretty decent dishes. Cat and I made our way a stall that purportedly served the famous Petaling Street charcoal-fired Hokkien Mee and each ordered a plate of the signature dish. Vincent and Virginia went for the dishes at  the Chicken Rice stall while Brendan, in keeping with his K-pop theme for the day ordered the Korean Ramen in Kimchi gravy.

based on the famous Petaling Street variety?
other marvellous stalls to choose from
stir-fried to your heart's content
Cat and I both had the...
... exact same marvellous hokkien mee!
Brendan's Kimchi Ramen
Viriginia's Char Siew Rice
Vincent's Char Siew with Siew Yoke Rice
time to dig in!

The verdict? Cat and I both agreed that the Hokkien Mee came pretty close to emulating its Petaling Street brethren; Vincent and Virginia had no complaints with their Char Siew/Siew Yoke Rice and in fact was in praise of the succulent rice while Brendan quickly wolfed down his Ramen in no time, a testament to its tastiness. And the damage? All in all it came to below RM50; and bearing in mind it was lunch for five grown adults this shopping mall food court does cater to the everyday food for the everyday person.

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