Food Republic @ Pavilion

11 12 2009

I have heard so much about Food Republic before this but never got a chance to try it until today. Apparently, Food Republic is a modern food court concept originated from Singapore. I guess we are lucky to have the similar one here as well at Pavilion, Kuala Lumpur. There were many stalls available and I must say all of them look pretty appetizing.

I decided to try out Thye Hong’s famous fried prawn noodles (RM 7++) which came highly recommended by one of their staff there. The first thing I noticed was the texture of the noodles which is similar to those used in Asam Laksa. There were some gravy too which tasted quite alright. The prawns were fresh and flavoursome. After reading some Internet reviews, I just came to know that it is quite a well known in Singapore.

We also tried their Char Kuey Teow (RM 7++) . I have tasted numerous version of this famous dish and I must say this one is pretty good too. The cockles were pretty fresh and there was slight spicy taste to it.

I am also a big fan of chicken rice and when I stumbled across Sargent Singapore Chicken Rice, I knew I had to give this a try. The steam chicken was really smooth and soft. I must say that it is very well prepared and ranks among the best chicken rice I have tried so far.For RM 8, it is really worth the money.

Here are some quick snaps of the stalls…

Food Republic
Pavilion
Jalan Bukit Bintang
Kuala Lumpur

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3 responses

11 12 2009
bambino

chicken smooth and soft…. I’m kinda cracking up…. suggestion for a better choice of words.. moist and tender… hehehe pardon me … direct cinese translation…. waut and num! hmmmm I’m still cracking up… sorry.. dont be offend k 😛

11 12 2009
Gan Suyin

Hello..bambino..its CHINESE not CINESE..
and dun be OFFENDED and not Dun be OFFEND..
PARDON ME!!!

12 12 2009
bambino

sorry madam, but cinese is Italian…. ( for chinese)… I type too fast sometimes write in many languages! thanks for your correction..

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