Seeing is believing…

I do drop by this food court quite frequently and I often saw the people there taking out the dishes for the chap fan (mixed rice) from their restaurant, also named Grand Wonderful, at around 9.30 or so in the morning. Almost instantly, customers would appear to tapao what they would like to take home and eat and some would even bring their own tiffin carriers for the purpose.

My ex-colleagues love to get together there and chat and some would bring their tiffin carriers too so they would not need to rush home to cook their meals for the day. I did go and have a look at the food and yes, I thought everything looked good. That was why I told my missus about it, suggesting that we could just go and buy from here so she would not have to toil and slave in the kitchen every morning day in and day out but she stubbornly refused. “It’s not a problem,” she would say and insisted on cooking everything for our meals each passing day.

Well, the other morning, I told her that we would just stop by there and pick a few things for our lunch that day at my sister’s house…and finally, she relented. I just waited in the car while she took the tiffin carrier and went to buy what she wanted.

There was this very delicious looking chicken curry…

…which turned out to be as good as it looked. One of my ex-colleagues, a regular there, did tell me once that there were two chefs/cooks and one was not as good as the other. We would be able to tell by looking at the curry – if it is rather watered down, so diluted and does not look very nice, then we should just go some place else and come back another day. The not-so-good one would be the one cooking that day.

The curry gravy certainly looked thick enough that morning and yes, it was very much to our liking. All of us enjoyed it a lot.

The sweet and sour pork ribs…

…that my missus also picked, did not look any less appealling, I must say and yes, it was very good too. The meat was nice and tender, no need for any wrestling on our part to eat it.

Last but not least, my missus picked this tofu mixed vegetable dish…

…and yes, it was a hit too.

We sure enjoyed everything to the max that day, the four of us – my missus and I and our girl plus my sister and if you do not get to see what we had, you probably would not believe that I only had to fork out RM10.00 for each dish, RM30.00 altogether, less than SGD10.00/AUD10.00 for that delightful lunch, So very cheap and so very nice! You can bet that we will be going back there for more very very soon!!!

GRAND WONDERFUL FOOD COURT (2.309601, 111.845163)…

…is located along Jalan Pipit, off Jalan Dr Wong Soon Kai, on your right. You can also go in via Jalan Pipit from Jalan Pahlawan – go straight ahead till you get to it on your left.