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Lido Square Food Court @ Lido



Food court is a place where you can savour in varieties of hawker's food at a reasonable price. Whether it is Char Koay Teow, Laksa, Chicken Rice, Soup Noodle or even Bak Kut Teh, a wide range of Malaysian favourites is available under one roof at Lido Square Food Court.

Lido Square Food Court
Location: Next to Milimewa, same location as the day-time market
Bak Kut Teh RM8.00
Bak Kut Teh, also known as Meat Bone Tea, is a delicious herbs infused broth accompanied by tender pork and pork innards. Served piping hot in a claypot, it is best to be eaten with steamed rice.
 
Char Koay Teow RM5.50
Char Koay Teow, stir-fried flat rice noodle with prawn, cockles, egg and bean sprouts, is a famous Penang hawker's food which is widely available in other provinces of Malaysia. The noodle is fragrantly good and loaded with distinct flavours.
 
Fish Fillet Soup Rice RM7.00
Fish Fillet Soup Rice is a creative dish you can find in the food court. If you are craving for something light and soupy, you can try this dish.
BBQ Pork Rice RM5.50
BBQ Pork, also known as Char Siu, is a type of Chinese flavoured barbecued meat. The dish is served with slices of BBQ pork, cucumbers, buttered rice and drenched in sweet gravy, drizzled with dark soy sauce.
 
 
Choy Sum RM8.00
Wor Tip RM6.00
Wor Tip, pan-fried dumpling, is a popular Chinese's snack widely available in KK. The dumpling was filled with minced pork and pan-fried till crispy on the outside while maintaining the juiciness of the meat on the inside. Dip into the black vinegar before consumption, you will love the taste!
Melvic Grilled Chicken Wing RM1.80 each
Melvic Grilled Chicken Wing is one of the best grilled chicken wing you can find in KK. The chicken wing was well-marinated and grilled to perfection with nice caramelized glaze. It is simply delicious.
Loh Mee RM5.50
Loh Mee, is a soup based noodle cooked in gravy made of stock of prawns and pork ribs or chicken. It is then served with shredded chicken, prawns, pork,hard boiled egg, shallots crisps and chives. The specialty of this dish lies in the gravy where it gives you a perfect blend of seafood from the prawns and sweetness of the pork.  
 
 
 

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1 comments:

Agnes said...

Can I know which stall sell the loh mee?

 
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