The Sungei Wang Food Court is a popular lunch spot amongst locals in Bukit Bintang due to its variety and affordability. With kopitiam-style tables, sunshine-yellow plastic chairs, and exposed piping, the place may seem rundown compared to most food courts you’d find in shopping malls. However, tables are arranged in orderly symmetry and you get to enjoy authentic Malay, Indian and Chinese fare in one convenient location.
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Sungei Wang Plaza Food Court Highlights
Food choices here are predominantly Chinese, but you can also enjoy authentic Malay and Indian dishes. There are also several stalls selling local beverages and dessert, including assorted Malay kuih (cakes), milk coffee and tea, and fresh fruit juices.
If you’re looking to sample a wide range of Chinese cuisine, we highly recommend the Sin Tai Kar Lok chap fan (mixed rice) stall. There are about 60 dishes laid out in a buffet-like spread, such as roast pork, stir-fried vegetables, sweet and sour chicken, tofu, and fried egg. A plate of rice with your choice of meat, fried egg, and a vegetable dish cost about RM5 and is packed with flavour.
From steaming bowls of beef noodle soup to spicy Indian rice and curries, a meal and drink at Sungei Wang Plaza Food Couty should total up to less than RM15. Open daily, this frills-free dining venue is located on the fourth floor of Sungei Wang Plaza in Kuala Lumpur.
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Sungei Wang Plaza Food Court
- Opening Hours: Daily 10:00 – 22:00
- Address: 4th Floor, Sungei Wang Plaza, Jalan Bukit Bintang, Kuala Lumpur