Doraemon Food Court (non-halal)

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Yes, you’ve read that correctly. Formerly known as “Green Palace” or something, it was renamed “Doraemon Food Court” when another person bought over the place. Despite the funny name, this food court offers perhaps the best (and CHEAPEST) food in town. Since this food court opens only late in the evening, parking is free. Now let’s dump history and get straight to the FOOD!


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A Very Popular Nasi Lemak Stall

This is one of the most popular Nasi Lemak stalls in Banting. It opens at 6.30pm, and if you want to have a taste, you had better be there before 8.00pm or else it’s usually sold out! It’s not that they’re not churning out enough fried chicken, fried eggs and rice, but it’s such a best-seller, forget about the term “selling like hot cakes”, even cakes won’t sell this well! It should be said as “selling like hot NASI LEMAK”!

Temptation

The fried chicken is really good, and many people go to this stall just to order the chicken. As you can see at the bottom-left of the photo, the equally great Rendang Chicken is limited and are usually sold out within the first 30 minutes of business.

Chop Chop!

This is how busy it can sometimes get!

Nasi Lemak

Nasi Lemak with Fried Chicken and Fried Egg. Price: RM3.50. Nasi Lemak from Old Town Kopitiam tastes like it’s from post-World War 2 Poland compared to this.

Stalls

There are a couple of other stalls selling good food as well. You can get decent fried stuff from the corner stall.
Sinchew Beehoon

Noodle Stall

These two stalls are owned by the same owner. They have quite a good variety of noodles, kuey teow and yee-mee.
Fish Head Meehoon

One of the best is the fish-head meehoon. Can’t really describe the taste here, but you have to try this!
Kuey Teow Soup
Tom Yam Stall

This Tom Yam stall has quite good fried rice and though I’ve never had the soup, it should be good judging from the fragrant fried rice.
Char Kuey Teow Stall

The usual suspect in most food courts: Char Kuey Teow.
Porridge Stall

This particular stall sells pretty decent Claypot Chicken Rice, but the porridge is heavenly! Definitely a MUST TRY!

Fortunately, ordering all of the food recommended in this page should cost less than RM20. So go ahead and stuff yourself. Like we Malaysians would always say, “once in a while only mah”!

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