Dinner @ Lido Food Court

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Fancy about West Malaysia's hawkers food? Lido Food Court will satisfy all your cravings. From Wantan Noodle, Ipoh Hor Fun, Prawn Noodle, Char Kway Teow, Pan Mee to Penang Loh Bak, Luk Luk, Sotong Kangkung and the list goes on and on, since the opening of Lido Food Court, it had been my favourite place for hawkers delight.
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Wantan Mee Stall
Ratings:
Food: 4/5
Service: 3/5
Cleanliness: 3/5
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Wantan Noodle RM5.00
Springy noodle mixed with flavourful sauce, topped with a choice of Roasted Chicken or Char Siu, blanched choy sum and spring onion, served with a small bowl of Wantan, it was just the way I like it. Delicious.
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Basically, the Wantan was made from minced pork and seasoned with salt and pepper, wrapped with Wantan skin. Somehow, we just love the way it taste. Smooth skin with flavourful filling.
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Penang Kueh Teow Soup Stall
Rating:
Food: 3.5/5
Service: 3/5
Cleanliness: 3/5
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Kway Teow Soup RM5.00
For soupy noodle, I personally love the Kway Teow Soup. Sweet savoury soup with smooth Kway Teow topped with fish cakes, fish ball, minced pork, pork ball and vegetables. Simple and nice.
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Penang Loh Bak RM5.70
For snack, we opted for Penang Loh Bak. I chose Salmon Sausage, Fried Wantan and Spiced Chicken Wrapped with beancurd skin. Taste wise, it was okay. Nothing to be shout home about.
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Total Paid = RM17.50 (including 100plus)
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