We were at the very same food court again!
This time, we were here to avoid the rain, and it was getting late, so we figured that we should grab a bite. The problem with food court was that it sells plenty of non local food, so we ended up with the local stall selling Char Kway Tiao (RM6.90).
They used normal chicken egg instead of duck egg, and though there was quite a bit of wok hei, there was also a fair bit of burnt egg and kway tiao..
Oops. Not too bad, if we skipped the burnt bits 😛
But of course this was a nice place to rest our sore feet and wait for the rain to stop. Not to mention there’s also nice air-con to cool our heated body down… 😛
- Location: Jalan Dato Keramat, Penang Times Square Lot no.: 77-1-1~8, 77-1-41~45, 10150 George Town, Malaysia
- Contact: +60 4210 3080
- Hrs: 10am – 10pm
My brother strongly recommended this stall to us, so here we were, our very first time eating at the food court of 313 Somerset!
Chicken Katsu Curry with Pork Katsu side
I decided to try my brother’s favourite, Mushroom & Bacon Miso Cream with Onsen Egg Topping Pasta ($6.80) (actually he told me to add an extra onsen egg for $1 for extra kick, but I was worried about being disappointed with the egg), while hubby decided to try the Chicken Katsu Curry ($9.80) with a side of Pork Katsu ($3), after realising that he probably couldn’t finish the Monster Combo Curry ($21) when he saw it at someone else’s table, haha!
Hubby placed the order at the counter and returned with a round buzzer. Since this stall had quite a lot of patrons in this relatively empty food court, we had high hopes! 😀 We waited less than 10 minutes for the food to be ready 🙂
The pasta was really quite good for this price! Creamy but not overly heavy, the Onsen egg blended perfectly with the sauce, though perhaps it would be better with an extra egg. The pasta itself was quite firm and springy… I polished off the pasta real quickly :p
The default curry was level 1 hot, and it was of the right degree of heat for hubby, i.e. not very hot :p We preferred the pork to chicken Katsu, as the chicken version was very flat with a too high ratio of batter to meat. But we still enjoyed our meal very much 🙂