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Wednesday, 9 January 2019

Lunch At Lot 10 Shopping Centre, Kuala Lumpur.

After the visit to the National Museum, we waited for the next Hop-on Hop-off bus at the pick up point or bus stop. (I will be sharing the photos taken in the museum in future posts.) We hopped on the bus and we continued with the garden route tour until we reached the #1 Bukit Bintang Interchange. To continue with the city route tour, we will have to board another bus.

Before we continue, we wanted to find something to fill our tummy. We haven't taken anything since our breakfast. We asked one of the promoter in a nearby shopping complex where we could get some nice food. He pointed us to the opposite shopping centre and we found ourselves in the food court in Lot 10. For 4 people, we ordered the following food to share.
 Hokkien Mee @ RM 15.05 (incl. 6% service tax)
 Cantonese Style @ RM 15.05 (incl. 6% service tax)
 Char Siew (bbq meat) Wonton Noodle @ RM12.60 (incl. 6% service tax)
We bought 2 pieces of Baked Siew Pau RM 4.90 and
2 bottles of Herbal Drink RM 10.00 (no picture to show)
City scene near the Hop-on Hop-off #1 ticket kiosk at Bukit Bintang.
 After lunch, we walked back to the Hop-on Hop-off #1 kiosk.
We waited quite a while for the city route bus.
Probably due to the heavy traffic condition in the city.


Laughter cannot mask a heavy heart.

When the laughter ends, the grief remains.

(Proverbs 14:13, The Living Bible-TLB)

42 comments:

  1. Why is Hokkien Mee so dark? Lots of soya sauce? The char siew looks great.

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    1. It must be the dark sauce. This is the darkest Hokkien mee I have tasted. It tasted very good. Even our friend who normally won't eat Hokkien Mee loves it.

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  2. So do you like the food at Hutong Food Court, Lot 10?

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  3. I haven't been to the Lot 10 area for a very long time. There must be quite a lot of changes. One day I would like to try the hop-on hop-off bus.

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    1. The business at the food court is very good. Have to wait for place to seat.

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  4. ...I'll have the Char Siew and Wanton Noodles please.

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    1. There is also roast port and wanton noodles.

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  5. The wanton noodles are so dark

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    1. I suppose they are very generous with their dark sauce.

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  6. Are you telling me that the nus doesn't even stop? You have to jump off and jump on the thing? Isn't that scary? The food looks scrumptious Nancy. See ya.

    Cruisin Paul

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    1. Not scary at all. It is just a name "Hop-on Hop-off" for the bus tour. I wouldn't go if I have to jump on and off a moving bus! Lol!

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  7. Hello Nancy!
    The food looks delicious!!!
    Wonderful street view,pictures!
    Have a lovely day!
    Dimi...

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  8. I like the food in Lot10, but must be ok only when compared to the food in Ipoh!

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    1. Thank you, Stacy! Come more often for Ipoh food!

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  9. Veo que la comida fue excelente, todo se ve muy rico, preciosas fotos Nancy. Besos.

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  10. I'm hungry again. I so love your foodie posts. I would have loved to explore with you too.

    Thank you for joining the Wordless Wednesday Blog Hop.

    Have a fabulous Wordless Wednesday and rest of the week, Nancy. ♥

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  11. The food looks absolutely delicious. I am always hungry after I look at your blog!

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  12. So these drop-offs are large and clearly marked with big pink signs. All the food looks delicious. And the picture with the overpass in it has beautiful palm trees! We have no palm trees here

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    1. We have lots of palm trees. The weather here is suitable for palm trees.

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  13. The main thing, it tasted good!

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  14. It's always best to ask a local person where to eat, they know the good places.

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    1. Thankful to the person who pointed us to this place.

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  15. I will never get used to how different you food is to ours here in Europe! Happy day Diane

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    1. Thank you, Diane! That is one of the things that makes the world interesting. Happy weekend!

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  16. It looks like a great day out for you and the food makes my mouth water! Thanks for linking up to My Corner of the World.

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    1. Thank you, Betty for hosting. Have a great day!

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