Oasis Food Court


Oasis Food Court is located at the second floor of the Mid Valley Shopping Mall. It has plenty of good food and some of it is quite famous stall here. The famous ones are the Pan Mee and the Portuguese Grill. Besides that, other food from other food stalls also doing good in promoting good food to the public. Here is some of the shares:-

Pan Mee
This Pan Mee stall is quite famous and quite a lot of people will queue to buy their Pan Mee and other noodles from this stall. This is the dry pan mee.

Curry Chicken Kway Teow
Yes, it is pretty often we can get curry chicken noodle but this one is using the sizzling pot to cook. It gives me another new taste of curry chicken. This is from the Sizzling Stall. However, this stall is closed already.

Yee Mee with Chicken and Mushroom
I pretty like to eat Yee Mee, a fried wanton noodle. This Yee Mee is pretty nice to eat with its half dried sauce. It is from the Eddie’s Stall. It costs RM5.50 for staff price and normal price it is RM6.50.

Fried Kway Teow
I tried the fried kway teow from the same stall, Eddie. It looks very different than the normal one. The colour is slightly lighter than usual and it is quite oily for me. The prawn is very small 😛

Fried Kway Teow
This is from a new stall, Penang Station which was just opened not long ago. I ordered the Fried Kway Teow with Chicken. When I ate it, I didn’t get to eat any meat inside this fried noodle. I felt a bit cheated. However, this stall is closed too.

Yong Tau Foo
Yong Tau Foo can be found anywhere, and here too. Most of the yong tau fu now costs around RM1.00 to RM1.20 and so does for this Yong Tau Fu’s Stall. You can choose any of the ingredients and it can go with noodle soup or dry with the sweet sauce (in cantonese it calls “tim cheong”). For Rm4.90, you can get 3 pieces of Yong Tau Foo with noodle or for Rm5.90, you can get 5 pieces.

Fish Ball Noodle
You can choose between fish ball, fish cake or a combination of both with choice of your favourite noodle. It goes with soup or dry type. It is from Uncle Lim’s Stall. Unfortunately, it has closed shop.

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