I guess the most decent assam laksa you could find around this mall, it’s situated in the food hub at Asian Alley.
Bouncy starchy thick noodles with hot & sour broth, delicious!
Just don’t like the paper bowls lined with plastics.
If you are going over to KL during New Year weekend, read on!
Chatime bubble tea chain is spreading vigorously throughout KL, milk tea selection here is good and tasted decent too.
And I met the first ever branch in Singapore at Tangs’ basement food hub. (SGD2.90 for small, SGD3.90 for regular).
What a pity there is no Madam Kwan’s branch here. So we made do with the only Penang hawker food restaurant.
The fried keow tiao was fresh but lacking wok hei t, small portion. And don’t bother with the rest of the dishes, not even the full page of nasi lemak varieties.
Love the interior here and service staff was friendly.
I had this for breakfast, reasonably priced and good.
You gotta try the cinnamon buns here.
Whopping RM 8.45 for a small cup of the above, the selling point of Kindori is blast frozen ice-cream made on the spot based on the fruits of your choice, that was it.
- Pacific Coffee Company
- Ah Cheng’s Laksa
- Simply Penang
- Tony Roma’s
- Bubba Gump Shrimp Co
- Cafe Barbera