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Lido Market Foodcourt @ Lido

Food: 4/5
Services: 3/5
Cleanliness: 3/5
Visit reviewed: Click here to view more about this 2/3/2010 , 3/3/2010 and 23/03/2010 "Mee Fook Yuan" corner of Lido Foodcourt (good Tai Chow and Claypot rice)

There were too many choices available at Lido Market Foodcourt. After our previous visit, we were still curious with the tastes of the food that we haven't try yet. Hence, we were back again for a second visit.
 Char Siu Wanton Mee, RM5
The Char Siu Wanton Mee really looked unappealing at all but taste wise, it was quite good. The noodle was springy and the kolo sauce was nice. The Char Siu was lean which tasted a little bit sweet.
Bak Kut Teh, RM8 (1 person serving) 
The Bak Kut Teh had a strong Dang Gui taste. Nice if you don't mind the strong herbs flavour. The portion was quite big and definitely worth for money.
Bak Kut Teh(RM8) + Veg.(RM6) + Rice (RM1) = RM15
Prawn Kuey Teow Mee, RM5
I ordered the Prawn Kuey Teow Mee as it looked tempting. It was good. The soup was savoury with the right hint of sweetness and spiciness. The prawn was fresh and it comes with lots of pork slices and some fish cakes slices as well.
Lam Mee, RM5.00
As Angeline couldn't have enough of the Lam Mee, we ordered it again. It was good with plenty of fresh prawns and pork slices.
 Tonight Dinner, RM37.60

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