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Contributed by Gengta Tan: Hutong @ Lot10

Angeline Thursday, December 30, 2010 , , , , ,
Heritage Food

If you like to eat street delicacies but dislike the environment, you should visit Hutong Lot 10. It is the new food court right in the heart of KL, serving you good hawker food by old gourmet who moved from their street stalls to the air-conditioned indoors.

The highlight of Hutong Lot 10 is that famous vendors from different locations, such as KL, Ipoh, Penang and Singapore, are now available under one roof. Popular stalls like Kim Lian Kee Hokkien Noodles, Ho Weng Kee Wantan Noodles, Mo Sang Kor Bak Kut Teh, Honkee Porridge, Campbell Mini Popiah and Ipoh Nga Choy Chicken are constantly in great demand, so, be patient and wait in queues for your meal. Other than authentic Chinese cuisines, the food court is also made up of stalls like German Café, Cheeky Doe, Berrylicious, Pomodoro serving Western food while Kluang Station, Ducking and Thai Corner serve other Asian cuisines. While you are there, you will also notice that there are dim sum carts from Luk Yu Tea House and drink carts being pushed around the dining area for your convenience.

The overall layout of the food court may look confusing because the stalls are placed in between the dining area. Different colours and themes are splashed across the food court to create a contemporary modern ambience as compared to the mundane plain food courts. Although you will be enjoying street food, expect to pay a little more as a full meal ranges from RM15 – RM25 depending on your choice of food. A word of advice, it is best to be there early and you will be able to have the luxury of time to browse through every stall to choose a meal that suits your appetite
HuTong situated at the Lower Ground of Lot 10, this place has been the talk of town and the crowd certainly confirmed that fact. The food court is designed to be "different" with stalls running all over like a maze and different seating area. You can simply enjoy Klang Bak Kut Teh, Petaling Street Hokkien Mee, Cecil Street Porridge, Jalan Gasing Chicken Rice and many more under one roof.
Hokkien Mee, RM9
20 minute queue to get this, tasted very good
Ice Jelly Fruit Cocktail, RM4.50
Ice Jelly Fruit Coktail

Sea Coconut Dessert (Hot), RM3.90
Lam Mee Ya Set Meal - Meatball and Fried Tofu
Set Meal - Lam Mee, RM12.80

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