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“Halal Food in a Non Halal Foodcourt”

Malaysian Food Street
Price range: US$1 - US$22
Description: We've brought together 20 established hawkers from different parts of the country, such as Kuala Lumpur’s Chinatown and Little India, Penang, Melaka, Ipoh and Kuching - so you don't need to travel anywhere else for the best, authentic fare. A true celebration of local flavours, you are in for a remarkable Malaysian treat! Recommended Curry Fish Head Koon Kee Wantan Noodle Pork Ribs Rendang
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Description: We've brought together 20 established hawkers from different parts of the country, such as Kuala Lumpur’s Chinatown and Little India, Penang, Melaka, Ipoh and Kuching - so you don't need to travel anywhere else for the best, authentic fare. A true celebration of local flavours, you are in for a remarkable Malaysian treat! Recommended Curry Fish Head Koon Kee Wantan Noodle Pork Ribs Rendang
Reviewed 10 October 2017

Despite Resort's World Genting massive effort in promoting local, authentic hawker-style Malaysian Food here, it was such a turn off to see "Non Halal" signboard at the entrance.

As a Malaysian, I am at loss trying to explain this to my foreign friends. I have no issue if it's a "Non-Halal" food court, but please drop 马来西亚 from the name of the food court. Nothing to be proud of. Seriously.

Date of visit: October 2017
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Reviewed 8 October 2017

Malaysian Food street inside SkyAvenue. The food is ok, the price is quite high, nice place and well designed.

Date of visit: October 2017
Thank kimlP5663XR
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Reviewed 3 October 2017

The Malasian food street is well located with good sighnages leading to the place.The ambience is good with a variety of dishes to choose from.

Date of visit: September 2017
Thank rakepur2016
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Reviewed 27 September 2017

Horrible time here, the food is really terrible. We could not finish dinner and when for supper instead.
Maybe it was a Saturday, & staff are overworked.
Finding a seat takes more than 15 minutes breaking into two tables of 4 & 5.
We then got two prepaid cards of RM$100 each.
Ordered Curry fish head with 7 rice & Papadum (an Indian rice cracker)
(sandy tasting curry, soggy Pappadum instead of crispy, hard white rice = Yacks)
Ordered two fried Kueh Teow
One Hokkien Mee (black) with a large scoop of stale Lards
Coffee & tea (6 coffee & tea
one side Soupy Chicken noodles
total RM$189
So much a distance to walk (situated on the 3rd floor) at an extreme opposite corner from the Casino. Patrons who are invalid or regular casino visitors, just forget about eating here, there are better tasting food from within the casino - Really.
Read my other reviews of food outlets e.g. Hainan, Hou Mei, even Peace Restaurant (a new outlet) serves piping hot food & at the same time edible that caters to a wider tasting audience.

Date of visit: September 2017
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Thank Texan C
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Reviewed 26 September 2017

The service attitude of the staffs in this place is absolutely horrendous. They treat you worse than those you receive at any regular hawker stall as if you've inconvenienced them if you dare to ask them any question.
The whole ordering experience if confusing and ridiculous as you need to purchase a reload card in order to place an order and eat in this place.
The prices are actually not "Malaysian Street Food" prices and even thou it's supposed to be a cheap-range facility, the prices for a single dish actually costs up to RM20~30/dish, which is essentially the same as any other restaurants in Genting Highland.
With the condescending and disrespectful service attitude, less than average food quality, and also complicating ordering process, unless all the other better restaurants are fulled, I really don't see the point in queuing up and getting treated like an inconvenience to the chit chats and lay back attitude of the staffs in this place, when you have other much better options and being treated like a valued customer.

Date of visit: September 2017
1  Thank TravellerAnother
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