Food Junction (food court) is located at third floor, north court of the Mid Valley Shopping Mall. It has slightly more food to choose than the Oasis food court at second floor. The pricing is also slightly expensive than the Oasis food court and almost same as the Food Garden food court at third floor of The Gardens Mall.
I have been there for few times. Here is the food which I have tried before :-
Sizzling Hot Plate Chicken Mushroom with Yee Mee.
It runs by a Malay’s owner. They offer few types of sizzling hot plates and you can add egg if you want.
I chose meehoon with curry laksa but they cooked wrongly for me and I got extra yellow mee. Nothing is special to shout out for its taste.
It is a bit disappointed taste and not much ingredients.
On another occasion, I tried the little wok Cantonese Fried Noodle. The gravy is as nice as those you can find from “Tai Chow” outside. Unfortunately, I was too hungry to eat it, I didn’t take a picture of it before eating it.
Another try at the Pandan Jaya area. This time is the Thai food stall at Pandan Jaya Food court opposite the flats and behind the wet market.
For non spicy type of fried rice, can try order the Thai Fried Rice in Ladna Style. It has three types of meats inside which are the chicken cubes, squids and prawns. The Ladna gravy is something similar to the Cantonese Fried Noodle gravy except this is without egg.
I ordered the Parprik fried rice from this Thai food stall. The amount of rice is very generous. It costs RM5.00. You can order a large one, just add another 50 cents and 2 person can share it.
Closed up picture of the dish. Inside, it has some sliced chicken, squid, onions, cucumber and 2 prawns.
Just notice the slight differences in presentation for this two fried rice. It has been a year ago when I tried the Parprik fried rice.
I tried the fish paste noodle at one of the coffee shops at Pandan Jaya. The coffee shop is located next to the wet market. It runs by a man in his 40s with a helper, can be his wife or an Indonesian worker. The stall is located in front of the Wanton Noodle stall.
This is what I get when I ordered the noodle. The fish paste is fresh and it added some spring onion into the fish paste and into the soup too. It makes it smells nice. The fu chok is an additional from the seller, I think, because I don’t see he giving it anymore now…
If you like the fish head soup based, you can order the same soup based for fish paste noodle. It just costs another 50 cents.