Malaysia Boleh was one of those food courts that housed many stalls, selling hawker food that originated from Malaysia. While I would not want to comment on whether the tastes were indeed authentic, let’s just say that it would be an alternative for those who crave Malaysian street food, but could not cross the borders for them.

The Chendol (S$2.00) was something that one of my colleagues had recommended to get, but the first impression was that it had got to be damn good because it came in a ceramic rice bowl and the kidney beans were basically countable. I was quite satisfied eating my dessert because it was sweet enough, but I probably would not buy it again, because the “shiok” feeling was not quite there somehow.