Sunday, May 20, 2018

Malaysia Boleh @ Shoppes At Four Seasons Place

From Penang Hokkien mee to KL Hokkien mee, with everything from Ipoh Buntong bean sprout chicken, Klang bak kut teh, Kuantan nasi lemak and JB mee rebus in between, Malaysia Boleh offers a microcosm of the country's non-halal street fare, parked inside the flagship food court of the new Four Seasons Place mall enclave.

 
The Malaysia Boleh F&B brand originates from Singapore, but its recipes are reputedly sourced from purveyors in the various Malaysian states. This KL venue spaciously resembles a colonial-era mansion, with self-service stalls galore to choose from. 

The Kuantan Chinese-style nasi lemak with fried chicken wing (RM9) and KL Hokkien mee (RM12) both make for a satisfactory lunch - a convenient way to get your fix for a variety of classic crowd-pleasers in the city centre. Penang fried oysters next time.

Malaysia Boleh
Basement 1, Shoppes At Four Seasons Place, Jalan Ampang, Kuala Lumpur.

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16 comments:

  1. AnonymousMay 21, 2018

    Love the artworks on the walls...like what I have in my post today. I wonder where this is - long ago, they had something like it at the food court at The Mall. Guess hardly anybody goes there anymore.

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    1. Suituapui: yeah, the artwork does help to liven up the space a lot! good work by them :)

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    2. The artwork is hand drawn, which makes it even more beautiful!

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  2. Looks like a vibrant spot.

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    1. The Yum List: it'll probably be bustling every day for lunch! :)

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    2. Great food with affordable price and strategic location, definitely a place to visit!

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  3. Oh dear, I don't even know of this new mall near me. There seems to be an abundance of choices here...and I'm glad to see the stalls manned by locals. I see some favourites and some I've not eaten before :)

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    1. Suituapui: hopefully you'll enjoy the food here - maybe the prawn mee, heheh :D

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  4. How convenient, all under one roof. I hope the food tastes good.

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    1. Phong Hong: yep, the nasi lemak was decent and the hokkien mee was all right :)

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  5. I like to dine in at food court, everyone can find their fav food :)

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    1. Choi Yen: yep, definitely something for everybody here ;)

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  6. Wow!!!! I have bookmarked this rendezvous & happening place. I hope their food is as yummy and authentic as they looked. TQ!

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    1. Twilight Man: hopefully you’ll find something that you enjoy here! Maybe the char kuey teow :)

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  7. Love the Cendol and Claypot Chicken rice! Hardly find any food stalls that cook their claypot chicken rice with salted fish!!!

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    1. JW: thanks for the tip - will check out the chicken rice next time! :)

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