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2013-10-15 324 views
After organising a night seminar at the Grand Paragon, we walked next door to the Taman Sri Tebrau food court. Although it was so late and there looks like there was not many stalls opened, there were quite a few that still cater to those who have supper. I usually avoid supper but not when I am outstation. After all, we go outstation to try their local delicacies so it would be a waste going there and not eating their local food but stick to solely hotel food. The first dish we ordered was very
The first dish we ordered was very mouth-watering and heaty. It was fried koay teow with a runny yolk in the middle, which was something I have never tried in my entire life. This meant the koay teow was hot enough to cook the raw egg! The taste? Amazing!
We tried the Fried Mee Sua which was also fabulous. It did not have the over fried and burnt parts like what some hawkers do.
The Sambal Petai was a tad too oily for me but it seems to do fine for other colleagues palate. Probably I am towards the health conscious.
There was a side dish of green vegetable which just tasted normal.
I so desired to try the beggar's chicken which I saw heavily promoted but my colleague said it was probably not available at such a late hour though I doubted it. Anyway, such a big chicken was too much for the three of us.
The price of the food was quite cheap at only RM 48 for all these including herbal tea and also fresh coconut juice!