We came to Intermark with ramen in mind for lunch, but unfortunately when we arrived, we saw Menya was boarded up for renovation. So, we just went to the non-halal food court next door to have some food. Not many stalls were opened on a Sunday - there was a pork noodle shop, Lam's Kitchen and a shop selling dim sum and steamed buns. Place your orders at the respective stalls, pay and you will be given one of those UFO buzzers which will buzz when your food is ready for collection.
Hubby went for the pork noodles, from Sun Huay Kee Pork Noodle, originating from Bangsar. You can choose which type of noodle you want, and whether you want it dry or in soup. He ordered the dry yellow noodle (RM10.50) with came topped with minced pork and two slices of lap cheong (Chinese sausage). The noodles tossed in the dark soy sauce was very tasty. It came with a bowl of soup with several pieces of square pork balls. Unfortunately the soup was really bland.
I had the king prawn wantan noodle (RM10.40) from Lam's Kitchen. When I went to pick up my order, my first thought was that the portion was really small. I don't really eat that much for lunch these days, and even this wasn't enough to fill me up. Portion aside, the noodles were tasty and the wantans were good.
Opening times: 11am to 9pm daily.
Location: Intermark Food Court, Lower Concourse, Intermark Mall, The Intermark, 348 Jalan Tun Razak, 50400 Kuala Lumpur. (Near Jaya Grocer)
GPS Coordinates: 3.161620, 101.719670
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