For over 20 years, Sungai Wang Plaza has offered the city’s shoppers a grand time. Before establishments like Suria KLCC and Mid Valley Megamall and recently Pavilion and The Gardens, came along, Sungai Wang Plaza was the place for shopping. In fact, it still is the place to go for certain types of goods.
It draws a large crowd throughout the week from tourists to families enjoying a day out together, to lunchtime or evening shoppers from the Golden Triangle of Kuala Lumpur. On weekends it still gets pretty packed!
The plaza is reputed to be a place for bargain-priced products and services. Smack in the heart of the city, it is home to more than 500 stores selling a variety of products and services from computer gadgets (upper floors) to clothes and accessories and mobile phone vendors.
Today, we decide to have lunch at the HONG KONG style restaurant called Super Noodle House.
It’s only 11am and the restaurant is already packed! All that duck and roast pork hanging in the window will soon be wiped out in a couple of hours.
The starters came in like 5 seconds of the order! Chicken feet, Pig skin pickle starters(Say that fast, like a tongue twister!) and double boiled old cucumber soup… Mmmmmm yummie… but extremely small for RM8.50!
Then the wantan noodles. The noodles were good and the wantan was more like a SOLID PORK BALL with prawn, if you ask me… really COMPACT!
And finally a 1/4 duck with roast pork, for 3 persons.
All in all, an OK meal. Then the bill came. Hmmmm… now i remember why I hardly eat here…
A resounding RM80 bucks for 3 persons! Though the food is good, eating here is not cheap at all.. Better eat at the chicken rice shop just at the corner of Bukit Bintang (opposite Metro). Cheaper man.
MSG levels : high