Thursday, April 13, 2006

Little Wok @ Asian Flavours Food Court, Suria KLCC



Whenever I am in Suria KLCC, I'm always at a loss at what to eat during lunch time. This time round, we decided to check out the latest outlet opened at the Asian Flavours food court at Level 4 called Little Wok. They have only been opened for one month but it looks like everyone is making a beeline for them during lunch as there was a pretty long queue waiting for their food. They offer a large variety of food that is served in little stainless steel woks instead of plates and bowls. The food items are around RM5.50 and at the top of my head, there was cantonese fried noodles, singapore mee hoon, egg fuyong with rice, pan meen, porridge and etc. Most of the items are fried at their kitchens hence you need to wait a while for the food especially during peak times.

I tried their sambal seafood (RM5.50) which was recommended by the stall owner - not too bad and quite spicy (for me). It came with chopped onions, chopped long beans, prawns and brown sotong pieces that was fried with sambal and served with white rice.


Splashie Boy had beef porridge(RM5.50) that came with an egg cracked into it which is swirled in the hot porridge to cook. It was a pretty huge portion. The porridge is actually cooked ahead which they will ladle into the little wok while the beef slices, ginger shreds and egg is added when you order the item. Wouldn't say the porridge was superb as there were lumps in it but overall it tasted okay.

If any of you are familiar with this area, I would love to hear any food recommendations you have that I can try out.

Little Wok
Asian Flavours Food Court
Level 4, Suria KLCC

*Disclaimer: The opinions expressed here is entirely based on my personal tastebuds and may vary for others. The reviewer also declares that she has not received any monetary or non-monetary compensation from the restaurant for writing this review

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5 comments:

carcar said...

yum yum! i think the sambal seafood is nice! i love sambal and spicy food!

i always hang out in klcc when i was in kl, thanks for the recommendation, now i have an alternative choice if i go there again!

tigerjoe said...

Look out for the crispy popiah at the same foodcourt in Suria KLCC next time. It's at the back, against the window, next to the western food kiosk.

You may also want to try the Japanese restaurant at Mandarin Oriental. It's below Biba's Cafe. The house specialty is a papaya motoyaki, which is essentially salad with a rich topping of cheese, served in a papaya.

The restaurant is a little pricey, but worthwhile if you feel like treating yourself to a gastronomic pampering.

Maulana Osamau bin Kitten said...

Try the Nasi Padang stall at the Asian Flavours food court - good fried chicken and sambals. Also try the Penang stall at the same food court for its Chinese fried rice - yumyum. Otherwise the nyonya economy rice on the ground floor of Wisma Central is great.

Mau

PS. How's the kitten doing?

whistler said...

I'm working in that area, I can't think of any nice food too..
San Francisco Steak House KLCC serve very nice apple pie.

boo_licious said...

carcar - hope u have a great time when you're down in KL.

tigerjoe - thxs for the crispy popiah suggestion. Will try that. I will have to persuade bf to try wasabi bistro - heard good things abt it too.

mau - thxs for the recommendations. Kitten is doing quite well - very high spirits and is due to come back on Monday.

whistler - LOL! Apple pie sounds good.

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