Monday, June 18, 2018

MB Four Seasons Place KL

This is the food court at the new Robinsons store next to KLCC. What a name for a food court.

It has stalls selling Bak Kut Teh, Clay pot chicken rice, BBQ aka roast meat, beansprout chicken rice, cendol, curry chicken noodle, chili pan mee, fried chicken nasi lemak, pork kway teow, handmade pao,...

...hokkien mee, prawn mee, stir fried carrot cake, pork congee, char kway teow, wanton mee, assam laksa and or chien (oyster omelette).

Assam Laksa (Regular portion) - MYR 10 nett. I was surprise to see the clear broth. Although it lacks the taste of torch ginger flower, the broth is sourish and very appetising.

There is a sizable piece of fish but need to be very careful with all the fine thin bones in the fish.

Pork mee hoon - MYR 9 nett. Quite decent with deep fried pieces of lard.

Fried or chien (regular portion) - MYR 12 nett. I did not try to count how many oysters there are in this omelette but the taste is quite nice. This is the type with tapioca starch added to the omelette to make it a bit chewy.

A large portion of Char Kway Teow for sharing at MYR 12 nett. Sweet and savoury but more to the sweet side due to the amount of thick soy sauce used. Not too bad though I still prefer this one though the price is higher. 

I ordered hot white coffee at MYR 2.50 nett but was given this big glass of coffee so I asked is this white coffee and got the answer of same, same, is same so I accepted it but it sure did not taste like white coffee to me and later I looked at the receipt to see coffee written there but the price is MYR 2.50 nett which is the list price for white coffee whereas the list price for coffee is MYR 2 nett. Since it is a big glass of coffee in an air conditioned food court the price is reasonable so I did not make a fuss.

The cendol at MYR 3 nett is very tasty so we bought two more bowls but the subsequent bowls were not as tasty as the 1st bowl because of either too much coconut milk or too much "gula melaka" that the taste is not balanced.

Subsequent bowls of cendol did not have this much cendol in them.

Chye Kueh at MYR 2 nett each with chives, jicama, yam and pumpkin fillings. The skin is very nicely made, not too chewy but springy enough.

Drinks and Cendol are from the same stall 9.

This food court is located in the new Four Seasons Place KL where the new Robinsons store is also located.

Parking on a Sunday at KLCC costs MYR 5 nett for the 1st 3 hours so we stayed for a little less than 3 hours.


  1. Everything looks so good! I would love it here. Place reminds me of the food court, top floor of The Mall (opposite PWTC), many many years ago. It used to be THE place to go when there was Yaohan.

    1. it does remind me of the food court at The Mall too.

  2. Love the name and signs.o-chien! I had crispy and wet o-chien over the weekend

  3. this place is like another Hutong...

  4. Have craving for o chien after reading your post, i want to go newton food centre to eat o chien again

  5. Oo a non-halal food court! Must say I'm surprised since this is such an upmarket area.

    1. yes there is a sign outside the food court stating this fact.

  6. The food here looks so interesting especially the variations of chye kueh. I had never tasted other types like this so I am curious to try them.