Tuesday, February 21, 2012

My World - Resort World - Malaysia Food Street


Craving for some malaysian food? Now we dont have to travel long distance to Malaysia for malaysian food. Right in our backyard on Sentosa, Resort World had a Malaysian Food Street,a food court that houses about 17 stalls that sell authentic Malaysian hawker fare at Resorts World Sentosa.

To enter inside the food street, we need to queue to go in but the queue was a moving queue and very fast, dont have to wait very long to enter the food street but ordering the food and waiting for the food you need to be patient hahaha. You need to wait about 30 mins to one hour for your food especially so if the stall is popular.

Lots of seats right inside the food court, so no worry about not getting the seats. It was very well organised, they dont allowed too many people to enter at one time. This way, you wont have people standing around you trying to rush you to finish your food so that they can take over your seats.

Most of the 17 stalls have long queues, I guess cause it was because of the Chinese New Year Period and also the food court was newly opened.




I had this Malacca Chicken Rice Balls with chicken meat, waited more than half an hour for my food.




My sis had this Klang Bak Kut Teh (Pork Ribs Soup)

Ice Kachang for dessert

There's also a pastry shop selling egg tarts and other malaysian famous pastries.

I definitely will go back again to try other food.

For photos on other parts of the world, please visit Our World Tuesday Meme. Thanks to the team of Our World for giving us the opportunity to share my world with the rest of the world.

6 comments:

Rajesh said...

That looks like awesome place have food. But 1 hour wait is very high.

alicesg said...

Rajesh, yes that's why I ordered the food from the stall with the shortest queue lol.

Alexander said...

That's a nice addition to have :D Excellent!

Alexander
Alex's World! - http://www.kakinan.com/alex

Sylvia K said...

What a terrific place to eat -- in spite of the waiting time! I'd be like you, choose the stall with the shortest queue!! Marvelous captures for the day, Alice, and a great look at your world!

Sylvia

jeannette said...

Oh, the food looks delicious! And this made me hungry:)

dong ho said...

one thing i like about singapore is the food. as it not only has authentic chinese food but as well as malaysian and indian.