Kuala Lumpur Day 2: Dinner at Pavilion Food Court


Ben and I explored the Bukit Bintang area by foot.

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It looked foreign and yet familiar to me. I had worked in this area for 8 years before I left for Vancouver.

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Advertising is big in Kuala Lumpur with big banners everywhere.

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This is another new shopping mall to me, Pavilion Kuala Lumpur.

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A fountain in front of the Pavilion Kuala Lumpur.

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I remembered when we first walked into this mall, the grand foyer wowed us.

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We decided to have dinner at the Pavilion Food Court. I saw another of my favourite noodle dish here. It’s claypot yee mee.

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I like this noodle (yee mee) cooked in a simple broth. I wish I can find this in Vancouver. This one with egg was RM8.50 (about CAD2.85).

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Ben went for the Yeong Tau Foo (vegetables stuffed with fish paste) in broth. His order was RM13.50 (CAD4.50).

He had stuffed chili, lady finger, various type of tofu and eggplant.

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Various types of chili condiments for the Yeong Tau Foo.

7 thoughts on “Kuala Lumpur Day 2: Dinner at Pavilion Food Court

  1. I find the prices at the Food Republic at Pavilion a little too pricey for the quality and taste but of course the rent there is costly. There are many other food courts that serve delicious food at a lower prices. One food court that is worth visiting is the Lot 10 Hutong Food Court locate on LG floor. The food served there is non-halal where you’ll find lots of porky dishes. The Hokkien fried noodles is very popular. You should try there the next time you’re back in KL. :)

  2. The amount of advertising there is amazing. Plus it is all in an alphabet I’ve never seen advertising companies I’ve never heard of. It was like visiting an alternate-universe North American city. Maybe on Earth 2?

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