Agreed, Sungei Wang is no longer new or shiny but the food court on the 4th floor is not to be scoffed at. If you can ignore the peeling paint and the rundown floors, the Sungei Wang Food Court will surprise you. This is where flavours are plenty and portions are generous – all this without making a dent in your pocket.
Sin Tai Kar Lok (E12 to E14), a Chinese stall, is usually highly patronised because of the amazing flavours and the huge turnout of dishes. They spread out at least a few dozen dishes each day in buffet style and you pay for only what you eat. Nasi Kandar Asli Utara serves traditional Malay food – nasi lemak (rice cooked in coconut milk), beef/chicken rendang and fish.
Don’t be surprised by the amount of fried chicken across the stalls – Malaysians love them.