The oyster omelette was good but at SGD8, not likely to try again. Better off eating at Vivocity, cheaper and lots more variety.
Visited food hall for lunch recently with hubby and kids, your place your order at each stand. We decided to share a few dishes: Penang Char Kway Teow (which was lovely and just the right amount of spice), Satay sticks (very good and cooked to order) and claypot chicken rice (bit disappointing and lots of bones in the chicken, possibly... More
Nice décor which looks like traditional Malaysian shophouses. There are not many shophouses left in Singapore to see these days. I ordered salted fish claypot chicken rice. Loved the salted fish bits. My mom ordered Penang Char Kway Teow. Hers was quite bland. Other family members ordered satay. It was okay but not fantastic. We also had bak kut teh.... More
This food court serve nice variant of asian food, especially chinese and malays. We come for luch and dinner. The taste of the each stall is good, we order for mee goreng, paikut teh, coffee from a different food stall. The area and foods are clean and the price is reasonable. Two tumbs up for the food street
Excellent concept ..and a wide range of food. Does not serve too much vegetarian food though. if you are visiting Universal studios or the other restaurants at resorts world it makes sense to come out, have your lunch here and go back (the food is quite costly inside & multiple entries are allowed on the same ticket)
We just arrived at resorts world hotel and one of the reception staff suggested we go past the restaurants and go to the food court for lunch. When we arrived in this very busy little place we didn't real know what to expect and took us several minutes to work it out. There are about 20 different food vendors set... More
foods are a bit overpriced. taste was dissapointed. just ok for quick meal during your holiday. the place can be overcrowd and not comfortable during meal time.
The food street was opened with a fanfare. It suppose to consist of all the Malaysia signature hawkers food. However when my wife and I visited it in April 2013. To our disappointment it was just another ordinary food court /hawker centre. No excitement at all. The quality of food is just so so but pricey. The place was crowded.... More
We have taken several visitors to this 'fancy' food court/hawker centre. They all loved the chicken rice (with balls of rice for dipping in the chilli sauce), kway teo (my favourite) and the satay (for the kids). Nice and clean and cool, it's a sanitised version of a hawker, but sometimes it's just too hot to sweat over your chicken... More
Not sure why the other reviews are more negative than positive. My parents and I had great food in Malaysia Food Street. We all had Penang Char Kway Teow at $5 per plate. THe portion was huge, with lots of noodles, egg, and 4 huge prawns. It was cooked perfectly and is rather authentic(My dad's from Penang so he should... More
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