Food City @ Kolombong

Food City
Location: Kolombong, near USF Car Showroom
$$
Ratings:
Food: 3/5
Service: 3/5
Cleanliness: 3/5
Visit reviewed: 12/03/2010
Most of the time when we asked around, people tends to give bad comments about Food City. It was said that the food there were not nice. However, as a food blogger, we decided to check it out by ourselves.

There are quite a lot of hawker stalls there, to be at the safe side, we made our orders from the most famous stall.
 
 Cantonese Fried Meehoon and Koay Teow, RM5.00
Jack was craving for Cantonese Fried Meehoon and Koay Teow. It is hard to find in KK. It was quite good. Great wok hei and the taste was just right. My only qualm was the fried meehoon was not as good as I had expected.
 
 Sweet and Sour Fish, RM14
The Sweet and Sour Fish was good. Used sea fish but we had no idea what fish it was although they told us before. The fish had no pungent smell and it was fried till crispy. The sauce tasted sweet and sourish.
 Stir-Fried Romaine Lettuce, RM6.00
The Stir-Fried Romaine Lettuce was okay. Nothing to shout home about.
Stir-Fried Bittergourd with Beef, RM6.00
The Stir-Fried Bittergourd with Beef tasted just average. Nothing to shout about. Except that the price was really cheap.
 Chicken Dumpling, RM5.00
Instead of Pork, we ordered the Chicken Dumpling. It was quite good. I still miss my favourite stall at Damai but too bad that they had move some where else.  
 Tonight Dinner bil, RM42.70

Today Meditation:
I think that all human systems require continuous renewal. They rigidify. They get stuff in the joints. They forget what they cared about. The forces against it are nostalgia and the enormous appeal of having things the way they always have been, appeals to a supposedly happy past. But we've got to move on.

John W. Gardner

We need renewal. We need to refresh ourselves, we can't just assume that it will happen automatically without any effort on our part. Some of the most important lessons that I've learned have come from sources that I thought I would hate because their views were so completely different than my own. But I don't want to rigidify and become a person who hangs on to a "supposedly happy past," not seeing the beauty of the present.

Comments

Anonymous said…
u shud try on the last stall's fried hindu mee or fried kuey teow =] that is nice..
Monica said…
Ok, thanks. Definitely will go back and try :)

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