There is more than 10 stalls in this food court, catering customers with different taste. Among them are Pepper Lunch Express, Hong Kong Roast, Serimuka, Rama 9, Tarbush Express and many more. Browse through this post to find your favorite stall to add up you meal choices when shopping in One Utama!
Stall: Hong Kong Roast
Stall: Japanese Cuisine
Fresh and crunchy Thai mango salad with onions, chillies and peanuts in a bright sauce makes for a wonderful appetiser.
Both dish for RM9.30.
Pad Thai is considered to be one of the national dishes of Thailand and it looks like our Char Kuey Teow. This complex concoction of flat rice noodles combines fiery chillies with sour lime, a hint of sweetness and a touch of salt with egg adding texture. The owner purposely separates the ingredients on the side so that you can mix it later based on ur tastebuds. The smoothness of the noodles is contrasted with the crunch of fresh, juicy bean sprouts, crushed peanuts and greens. From the picture above, you can see that it is topped with some fresh and tender prawns on it. A little more info for you all, Rama9’s chef is actually from Thailand and this lends to the authencity. The most interesting part is all the ingredients are sourced from Thailand as well.
Curry Chicken Drumstick with Rice. (RM12.90)
This meal is perfect for people with a huge appetite or for sharing between two small eaters. Rice is topped by a generous quarter of a chicken – the thigh which is smothered in a cremay, piquant Indonesian-inspired curry. It also comes with salad, prawns and a helping of mayonaise for extra creaminess.
Nasi Dagang. (RM8.90)
Serimuka is one of the stall that served favorites from the eastcoast of Malaysia. Serimuka’s Nasi Dagang included red rice and glutinous rice steamed with herba for an authentic look and taste. It also served with a richly spiced ikan tongkol curry with ladies fingers and a side of acar – lightly pickled pineapple, cucumber, onion and chillies.
Chicken Rice. (RM6.80)
I guess most of you when coming to the food court, chicken rice will be your first choice if you have no idea on what to eat. The Sarawakian classic steamed chicken rice recipe has passed through three generations of the Chan family. The secret is the herbs and spices that flavor the tender chicken. A sriracha like chilli sauce and ginger paste make this a must have when you crave a simple, hearty meal.
*Thanks to malaysianfoodie for the invite.