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Monday, October 29, 2012

Malaysia Street Food @ RWS

Read about this premise on newspaper and thought it quite interesting to see how RWS created this olden days Malaysia  street food.

Came exactly at 12 pm and the place was getting crowded with few seats still available. 

Quite a spacious area which decorated as olden days shop houses, completed with the shutter windows, road lamps, pictures, road signs and others items. Creating the ambience of night street foods where usually we had our meal on simple make shift table in front of the shop houses.

My mission was to have char kwey tiauw which turned out to be one of the most popular stalls there. I got queue no of 58, that meant they had managed to sell 57 plates from opening hour. The stall cutely put a no display in front of their cashier area so you know your order is ready.
There was no other menu beside Char Kwey Tiauw beside, with Eggs, it costs S$ 5/plate.

What I liked from the stall was the background of their stall, it was the grilled metal doors, as if this stall started selling their char kwey tiauw when the shop closed. Simple decor but giving a relative impact for sure.

A bit disappointed on the Beverage counter, it was pretty limited and not coordinated well.

It just like your normal food court with a different atmosphere, comfort food that sure will appeal most Asian with variety of Chinese, Malay and Indian foods.

No food court was available at RWS area before, by having this Malaysia street food, it serves as a good option for the visitors.

The shophouses facade
View from main entrance
Foodie wallpaper on the wall
Another wallpaper with info on this premise
Simple dark wooden furniture
View to Char Kwey Tiauw Stall
I do like how the background concept of this stall. It really felt as reminiscence of a night shift food cart being wheeled in front of an closed shophouses as can be seen from the metal grill. Clever idea..
Some of bird cages being hanged..a really Kampung scene
The other entrance/exit way..noticed there is a Stop Sign...
Modern version of the oil lamp
The Tray Return and Utensil Area
The Utensil area
So called Home Made Barley but I felt as it came from cane.

Hainese Chicken Rice Balls, another popular stall

They made the rice into these 5 pcs of rice balls

The chicken with yellowish skin
Char Kwey Tiauw as how I like it, and no another plus!

Call Button from the Satay stall

Not very fond of Singapore/Malaysia satay peanut sauce as it is not smooth as Indonesian style. But the chicken satay was pretty good.
Next to main entrance, only noticed it on way out. For a second, I thought it was a Chinese Herb shop; but said to myself, it couldn't be. And true, it is a Pastry shop for Egg Tart and not sure on the other, like puff pastry (?)

Some knick knacks inside the pastry shop

Malaysia Street Food
Resort World Sentosa
39 Artillery Avenue, Sentosa
Singapore 099958
Tel: +65 6577 8888

Operating hours:Mon, Tue, Thu: 11.00am – 10.00pm
Wed: Closed
Fri & Sat: 9.00am – 11.00pm
Sun: 9.00am – 10.00pm

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