The best people in the world…

I am sure everyone would agree that…

People who love to eat...

…in the world!

This food court…

Food Bazaar 1

…is pretty new, located at the mega mall in town and I spotted that poster in one section of the place there…

Food Bazaar 2

…and of course, I couldn’t agree more!

We seldom venture there as we do not go out much on weekdays nor would we be keen on going out of our way but that day, we did not have a choice as we had to buy some things at their supermarket/departmental store. That was around lunch time so I suggested going to the food court to see if there was anything nice or not.

My missus had the bak kut teh, dry (RM12.00 plus RM1.20 for the rice)…

Food Bazaar bak kut teh, dry

…from this stall…

Food Bazaar bak kut teh stall

…and she said it was nice.

I ordered the Bintangor rojak (RM8.00, medium)…

Food Bazaar Bintangor rojak

…from the stall next to it but no, though it was edible and the sauce was nicer than the one we had here, I would not say it was anything I would want to have again. Those crisps were so hard that my gums hurt when eating them and I could not figure out what they added as the topping in place of crushed groundnuts – it appeared like pop corn to me. No, it was definitely a far cry from the real thing.

I also went to have a look at the stall next to the rojak stall and I saw this durian mille crepe (RM15.00)…

Food Bazaar durian mille crepe 1

Yes, I did think that the price was kind of shocking but I simply had to give it a try and thankfully, it was very nice…

Food Bazaar durian mille crepe 2

…and had the taste and smell of fresh durian. Still, at that price, I certainly would not want to have that again.

I was intrigued by the sight of this…

Food Bazaar matcha crepe roll 1

…at that same stall but I failed to make head or tail of the lengthy explanation the guy gave to tell me what it was so I just ordered one to find out for myself and it turned out to be a matcha crepe roll (RM10.00)…

Food Bazaar matcha crepe roll 2

…with cream and something that looked like red bean inside. Of course, I did not fancy that – I am not fond of anything green tea and the smell was rather strong, and it was even a little bit bitter, at times.

My missus just had one kopi-o-peng (iced black coffee) from the beverages stall while I was a bit more adventurous and went to check out this one…

Food Bazaar Thai coconut ice cream & shake stall 1

…and ordered the coconut shake…

Food Bazaar Thai coconut ice cream & shake stall 2

…but it (RM6.00)…

Food Bazaar coconut shake

…wasn’t great, not really thick, rich and creamy like a shake and I told my missus that it felt like I was drinking santan (coconut milk), straight. I would much sooner go for the one that I like very much here…or at the stall outside a house at Rejang Park (but it seems to be that they are no longer running the business there) and I was wondering the whole time if their ice cream was any better. Perhaps I’ll check it out next time.

I don’t know when I will go back to the mall again – it is always very crowded on weekends but when I do, I probably would want to venture to the food court again to see what else they have in store.

FOOD BAZAAR is the food court located in the Orange Zone at the Star Mega Mall (2.304917, 111.86407) along Jalan Tunku Abdul Rahman, the road leading to the Sibu Airport.

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Author: suituapui

Ancient relic but very young at heart. Enjoys food and cooking...and travelling and being with friends.

11 thoughts on “The best people in the world…”

  1. Millicrepe is a treat for myself once in a while because I like to eat it but not always will have it due to the calories. RM15 is about the price here too. If the matcha roll is not too sweet I would like to eat it too. The rojak looks like deep fried chicken fillets with scrambled eggs on top. That was what I thought it was until I read your description. Lolx!

    Mille crepes, we have a wide range of flavours at one place here, two if we include the sister joint and some are below RM10.00 and are very nice too. The roll was not sweet or maybe very very slightly – maybe I would like it better if it had been. As for the rojak, I did not manage to finish all of it, such a pain to try and do so.

  2. The only thing that catch my eyes is the durian mille crepe.

    Out of all that I had, the only one that I liked…but not the price.

  3. Oh I’d love to try that green tea roll out!

    If you’re into anything matcha or green tea, you’ll love it. If you’re like me, not into those things, it will not get you all excited, not at all.

  4. I have yet to try dry bkt…

    Ever since I tried that, I never ordered the soup ones. We can always cook our own at home, those soup ones – in fact, my missus cooked so often that I had to tell her to stop – got so sick and tired of it.

  5. Expensive durian mille crepe, but it does look very good. And you had a good time eating it.

    Well, at least, I’ve tried but no, I would never want to eat it ever again.

    I guess that is because I’m ancient, as old as the hills. Looks like it is the trend these days, it seems – the drinks, coffee or whatever, the waffles, cakes and all those cost a bomb, way over RM10.00 but the younger lot seem quite comfortable with it. They love hanging around those places and they certainly seem to have a lot of money to spend so extravagantly.

  6. Food-adventure! I would love to try what you have tried too… but surely cannot finish two whole crepes by myself.. The rojak also looks good to me too!

    You eat so little, how to try this and that then?

  7. I think Noodle House’s crepe looks nicer.
    ….Arthur is ‘best people in the world’!

    Thank you, thank you!

    Yes, theirs have thinner layers, more layers and are much cheaper. Their vanilla and also their rum and raisin were about half the price, dunno now. Double chocolate was around RM9 then.

  8. Pricey thing, this mile crepe. But if it was good, then it was worth it.

    Still, I can think of a whole lot of other so very much nicer things I can eat for RM15. Old foggies like me not into spending that kind of money on that kind of stuff.

  9. people who love to eat … are greedy gluttons! 😀 😀 😀

    And you’re to blame…or partly, at least – tempting your blog readers to go eat and eat.

  10. I would love to try that durian crepe. Normally store bought crepe here in Kuching can be quite dry, cant find a good one yet.

    We have lovely ones at another place and its sister outlet too, much nicer and cheaper than this one…but I don’t think they have durian.

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