Thursday, October 9, 2014

Taste Enclave

We were in Taste Enclave at Avenue K (the food court) and decided to order some food from Sentul Ah Yap Charcoal Hokkien Mee's stall.

Hokkien Mee - MYR9.90 - quite nice.

Wat Tan Hor with Fish Fillet  - MYR11.90 - the sauce is too much and sticky but I managed to finish it.

This is the stall in the food court.

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  1. I always like my hokkien mee to have extra chue yau char.. Sedapp.. When we go eat tai chau, we sure order hokkien mee.. Wat tan hor also we always order, becoz of the kids.. Eggy (starchy) gravy I like..

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    1. Wah so the above two noodles are suitable for you and your family!

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  2. Now I'm wishing I could have some Hokkien mee... :(

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    1. This type is not available at your end?

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  3. That wat tan hor really too over lah, the gravy supposed to be smooth and silky, not over the top sticky. But like you, I will still probably finish it. Can't get decent wat tan hor here, except for a few places that is inconvenient for me to go every time >.<

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    1. When you are back in KL for a holiday, you can eat wat tan hor every day! :D

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  4. The decorations on the ceiling is like broccoli hanging on ceiling, hahaha!! =]

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    1. Hahaha, you are creative so you see it like that. :)

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  5. I've been to this Taste Enclave in Avenue K once.. don't get me wrong, I've been to this mall many times (because it's just at the LRT station) but I've only went to reki-reki this food court once..

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    1. This food court is new if I am not mistaken.

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  6. a very nice place with all the nice interior decor and designs.. but I would say things are expensive.. maybe the "upscale" is cost in.. that explains why I just reki-reki once, not even bought anything to eat there!! haha~~ :p

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    1. More or less same price as Lot 10's food court.

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  7. yeah, I saw this Sentul Ah Yap stall and there's a queue in front.. maybe one day we can go to their "HQ" in Sentul and give their hokkien mee a try too huh??

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    1. I don't know whether the HQ is still there or not. It is in Publika's food court too.

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  8. There is one Ah yap Charcoal Hokkien mee in Kota Damansara...mmm ...taste super sedap :)

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  9. Yes, I've heard of this Sentul Ah Yap Fried Hokkien Mee (haven't tried it yet). I was there just last Sat but ate some other food (post coming up soon).
    For now, my latest post: http://eatwhateatwhere.blogspot.com/2014/10/enak-kl-starhill-gallery.html

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    1. I think have to try it at the original outlet.

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  10. It's been a while since I had Hokkien Mee. Feel like eating soon :)

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  11. Aha this was my lunch haunt. I also recommend the charsiew and siu yok rice. Also the beef noodle. Vegetarian stall too.

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    1. What to do, KLCC area. Sometimes lazy to walk for cheaper food, sometimes weather is very hot. The charsiew is really good though.

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    2. Yalor, last time I was working in that area also face this issue. I ate in the other end food court in KLCC suria which is a tiny bit cheaper (not the middle one).

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  12. I like Hokkien mee, the darker the better, hehehe!

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  13. I like wat tan hor with eggy gravy...I will finish it until the last drop!

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    1. I don't think you will like this one though.

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  14. We were here once after our visit to that dinosaur place. I can't remember what we ate, I think the chicken rice... not too great though :(

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    1. I think I saw the roast meat stall has chicken rice. Should be that one.

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