I was immensely impressed with the illuminating bamboo green interior.
The idea of gathering the some of the most popular hawker food stalls under one roof, air-conditioned and hygienic setting, brilliant.
Sure, the price per portion her is at least RM9.45 onwards (not sure about drinks).
For returning Malaysians and visitors, it serves as an inviting platform to try out Kuala Lumpur hawker food at relatively cheaper price than the ones in the malls.
Kim Lian Kee is the most popular stall here.
Situated right in front of the escalator leading towards the basement off Jalan Bukit Bintang, you can’t miss it.
Sure, I have tasted better ones at some hole in the wall somewhere back then in Ipoh.
Anyhow, this version was very decent, thick chewy Hokkien Mee (KL style) doused in lard, sweet thick flavourful sauce and pork slices. Yes, it got some wok hei, stir fried on charcoal (plus point for that).
Too bad, we only had the chance to try out the Hokkien Mee and took away the baked pastries as above.
There are also dim sum push carts being strolled around.
Love to be back here to try them out, together with the pohpiah, congee….etc
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