It’s not all gravy though – the carvery and Japanese aren’t super great. But that’s ok, it wouldn’t be an authentic food court without the bad stalls too. The best is probably the Singaporean – famous for their Char Kuey Teow. Flat rice noodles stir-fried with shrimp, tender strips of chicken, omelette egg, bean sprouts, onion and chives in a mix of soy sauce. I have not eaten a truckload of Char Kuey Teow in my time but a plate of this stuff is too more-ish to savor. Delicate ribbon like noodles tossed with a bundle of chunky fresh prawns, combined with the salty soya sauce and a tinge of aromatic sourness…ideal comfort food.
|Stir fried vegies|
|Char Kuey Teow $10.50|
Food: 4/5 (For the Singaporean Char Kuey Teow! Seriously better than tasty and not too oily, generous on the seafood)
Ambience: 2/5 (Its still a food court)
Service: 4/5 (Super fast, buzzer system)
Value: 5/5 (good size and freshness for what you pay)