Shopping Mall Eats

Shopping Mall Eats

Featuring S.Wine (Publika), Oriental Cravings, Ki Ki Taiwan Cuisine, Regiustea (Sunway Velocity), aLIVE d-tox Water, Ipoh Market Street
Junior How Ka Chung
Junior How Ka Chung

S.Wine is famous with 🐷 dishes, especially when it is hidden in B.I.G grocery in Publika. Trends like the more hidden place it is, the more people would pay a visit. The reputation of S.Wine is always good as I heard from people around me, however it is always full at night, especially when dinner time. Was at there during lunch hour and surprisingly it is empty. Grilled Lemongrass Pork Chop (RM28), one of the dishes in their Asian menu, served with steamed rice, fried egg, lemongrass soy and salted egg and duck soup. Nothing to complain with the pork Chop, well cooked. Very Asian kinda dish. The sauce more or less like chili that serve for chicken rice, duck soup is a bit oily to me.

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Ipoh Market Street is one of the favourite for those who work around KL City Centre. It located in Avenue K, while you have to wait for seats during lunch hour. They serve various type of local Chinese cuisine, it's almost can say like you name it they have it. Har Mee (RM11.90) with choices of noodles, eggs, fish cakes and some greenies. The portion might not big and it taste a bit like curry noodles. But overall is good. Friendly staff. A good place for lunch or dinner with families. They even serve breakfast set and desserts like Tau Fu Far.

It's consider one of the best restaurant near One Utama Shopping Centre, serving various Cantonese cuisine with huge portion with reasonable price, which literally most of the Chinese dishes like Cantonese Kuew Teow (RM16.90), just like the traditional Cantonese kuew teow, they serve more than enough of gravy, prawns, pork slices, fish cakes and some green. Their roast pork curry laksa (RM18.90) is one of their best seller, served with roast pork, pork meatballs, taufu puff, long bean, brinjal and beansprouts. Their pricing is quite reasonable to me as their ingredients are generous. They also offer discounts during 11am to 1pm.


Kiki Taiwan Cuisine is another branch by Fong Lye, located at 4th floor of Suria KLCC, serving delicious Taiwan cuisine. Comparing to the restaurant in there, Kiki seems like always full of crowd even on weekday night. This is because of reasonable priced food with good serving speed. Their set meals are worthy, like the one I ordered, Fish with sweet and sour sauce set meal (RM28.40) served with a bowl of rice, some side dishes which include cucumbers, fried fish ball and tofu, soup and of course the sweet and sour fish. It quite sweet to me tho, but I think the soup is there to reduce the greasiness. It always full house especially during lunch hour.


Adding cheese into the food seems like a trend nowadays, even drink can be added with cheese flavour. Was choose the not so weird drink from Regiustea, the Jasmine green tea with cheese (RM11.90) seems like a good choice for the first timer like me. As what the service crew taught, after you collect the drink from the counter, open the cover lid and enjoy your drink with 45 degree before you put your straw into it. The taste is quite interesting as you can actually try the cheese foam on top, which is salty flavour and jasmine tea flavour at the end. But when mix everything together with straw, the cheese flavour actually not that strong, it's more like drinking a jasmine green tea that make you feel filling afterwards. Recommend to share with friends for the first timers. Preferable to grab and go as they have not enough of service crews to clean the table although they have plenty of seats in the shop.


The shop is located at level 4, a level down from the cinema and it is easy to be found. RM8.80 per pack with various type of fruits and 4 choices of infused water- iced tea, wild honey, lemon infused water and Jasmine tea.


I eat what I saw. 🤗

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