Thursday, June 16, 2016

Food Street

Aeon Mid Valley Food Street (food court) has opened on 28 May 2016. It is located near the existing Aeon Supermarket.

This is one of the entrances to the same food street/court and is located near the Aeon Big Supermarket.

 This stalls sells healthy sandwiches and salad as takeaways.

Rendang Atuk has been relocated here as well. I think Kebab Turki may be a new stall.

Noodles and rice bowl meals cooked in Japanese style. There are many food stalls and these shown here in this post are just some of them.

Udon and Tempura counter.

Teishoku means set meals.

28 comments:

  1. So many variety to choose from. Have you tried any of them?

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  2. The most important question is: cheap or not, compared to the restaurants in here?

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  3. There's already so much food in Mid Valley...not got Aeon food court also. I believe this one would have better quality food since it's Mid Valley coz the food stalls in Aeon near my place isn't all that good.

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    1. Yes better because the sushi here looks good.

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  4. Love the colourful round-up of restaurants! Have an awesome week, dear!

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  5. I loved the second picture .
    http://inthebothv.blogspot.ae/?m=0

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  6. Did you try food from any of the stalls? There's a Sukiya near my office but somehow I am not tempted to try.

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    1. Yes one so far. Is it the same sukiya?

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  7. I guess this would be an alternative to that food court there:
    https://suituapui.wordpress.com/2013/06/17/good-bad/
    I loved the Portuguese grilled fish there...but there are hits & misses, not everything's good.

    Lots of new places at Mid Valley, it seems. Nice to stay at one of the hotels, go round trying everything...no need to venture out - it's a jungle out there, the horrendous traffic jams everywhere!!! KL O KL!!!

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    1. There are at least 5 food courts in mid valley. Human jam if you take public transport during peak hours.

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  8. I went there on last week and somehow feels like it sort of another foodcourt in the making...AEON Big has a mini foodcourt inside its compound and now AEON is following suit, both are under AEON umbrella...I prefer one big foodcourt rather than having redundant item sold in 2 foodcourts, although the quality might slightly differs.

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    1. Aeon big is owned directly by Japan company whereas aeon has been transferred fully to a local company so they are not under the same parent. That is my understanding. Aeon big food is much cheaper I would think.

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    2. ic....anyway my understanding is from wiki, so am not too sure if it outdated, coz it gave me the impression that both previous Jusco and Carrefour M'sia are now under the same AEON group.
      https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/AEON_(company)

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    3. Ya not sure who updates wiki anyway.

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  9. I wonder when I would be going there to look see... normally go to 1U more than Midvalley...

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    1. Same as the aeon food court in 1U.

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  10. Wow so many stalls and things here

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    1. Seems like there are more Japanese food stalls here

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    2. Seems that way doesn't it?

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  11. Ahh.. this is good news. I always don't know where to eat when I am at Mid valley.

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    1. I am curious to see whether you will eat here or not, hehehehe! :)

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  12. I'm not into food courts unless there's something special there.

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    1. This one looks really nice unlike the usual food courts.

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