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Quill City Mall

185 Reviews

Quill City Mall

185 Reviews
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darkhonour wrote a review Oct 2020
Singapore, Singapore60 contributions5 helpful votes
If you don’t like crowds and live/put up around KL city centre, Quill City Mall is a relatively big but quiet mall. It’s popular with some students. The mall is only slightly more crowded when there are exhibitions as it has a convention centre too. If you don’t drive, you can get to the mall directly via Medan Tuanku (KL monorail) station as there is a linkbridge. Dang Wangi station (Kelana Jaya LRT) is a bit far away but it’s walkable.
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Date of experience: November 2019
Laura T wrote a review Mar 2020
Middlesbrough, United Kingdom3,833 contributions417 helpful votes
We had read that Quill City Mall is a small mall as a lot of the businesses have moved out, so initially we only went to the Lower Ground Level, where we found several places to eat and the supermarket we were looking for - Aeon. Later on in our holiday though we realised there were actually higher floors with even more shops and restaurants to choose from! Such as KFC, Pizza Hut, Red Lobster, Pancake House, Baskin Robbins and a random assortment of shops, including some familiar such as H&M and Next! Although not every shop space is occupied we still found plenty of choice here for eating out. We enjoyed a quick meal at Fuel Shack, which is a fast food burger joint where you order at counter and take your food to your seat. Husband had an excellent burger, with perfect meat to mayo to bun ratio! We paid extra for the waffle fries which were tasty, but a lot more oily than the regular thin cut fries. The hot dog with mince was okay I guess, but mince was cold so I wouldn't buy again. Whereas the fries were all boiling hot! Okay value at 42.90MYR with soft drinks each. Saba Town is a Turkish kebab restaurant and we opted for their kebab meal deal for 3 persons; 4 small kebabs with 2 types of rice, a hot broth and iced tea for all. We also ordered a salad on the side and a diet coke, total cost 88MYR. Just enough food for 3 persons. Service however was incredibly slow, I'm not sure if there was a changeover in staff going on, but we sat for a long time waiting on service, so didn't go back although food was good. Also on lower ground level are a chicken and rice place, suishi restaurant, fish restaurant, pretzel stand, plus others. We took sandwiches away from Subway a couple of times too. We stayed nearby at The Face Suites for 10 days and went shopping 3-4 times at Aeon to pick up water, drinks, snacks and small meals I could cook in the microwave/on the hob for lunch in the apartment. There are a couple of pokestops and gyms here too!
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Date of experience: February 2020
Nadi Khan wrote a review Jan 2020
Brisbane, Australia71 contributions4 helpful votes
This mall was alright I went here with the family to have red lobster. This mall does not have a currency exchange place. It was easy to get a Grab to and from this mall. Pancake house was closed the day we went.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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fatimah a wrote a review Dec 2019
18 contributions3 helpful votes
Basic shops are there... few restaurants,but i guess is flopping...lots of retail closing GSC is still there..less crowd..in a middle Of city centre,perfect mall to avoid jam Parking free after 5 in weekdays
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Date of experience: December 2019
TKoh wrote a review Dec 2019
743 contributions135 helpful votes
Before I visited the mall, I read about some comments about shops being not opened. I was still hopeful when I logged into their website to check out the shops & outlets they had. We stayed at the Sheraton Imperial which is located opposite. On our arrival day, we went to the mall for brunch. We had some nice Chinese food at Hainan Coffee, after which, we went window-shopping. It was a disappointment seeing many roller shuttles came down. It was not as what the website had indicated at all. The higher we went, the darker the floor. We patronized a Japanese outlet selling household stuffs & apparels. We bought a lot of stuffs from them and the were free gifts too. At the atrium there was some shoes & games for the young & old. The mall is spacious, clean but not bright enough. Likely due to unopened shuttles. The only ones are H&M, Benetton, Tomas Shoes, some cafes & eateries plus a cinema. There is a small supermarket at the basement level. Some kiosks were empty. I really hope to see more when we next return.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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