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Kubota Food Court

I’ve actually been to this so-called ‘food court’ a few times now and it amuses me to find out that each time I’d dropped by with my partner, there seems to be multiple stalls coming in or out of said vicinity. I do not know whether or not it has something to do with the rent (the place only provided drinks – the food were entirely depended on the stalls, a concept similar to any other food court) but some stalls barely made their presence known within the vicinity before being replaced by other, new stalls. The first time we were there, there’s this grilled chicken stall and fried food stall that did caught our attention. They were notably missing from our second visit, but with the sudden emergence of a burger stall and a roti canai stall in their places. And if that wasn’t enough, our most recent visit saw the latter has now gone MIA. Man, I just can’t seem to be keeping up with the place! So please do not blame me should some of the stalls that I’ll be mentioning below had also move out during your visit.

As per our very recent visit, the stalls that were available were the Gerai D’licious (coto/soup/nasi lalap etc), Ali’s Fried Chicken (western dishes), Mama’s Roasted Chicken (obviously a chicken rice stall), Aisa Burger (duh!), Rahman Char Kuey Teow (double duh!), Gerai Syasha (yong tau fu stall), Pisang Goreng Elyn (everything that has got to do with banana fritters) and Little Chef (light snacks plus some kon lo mee dishes). We’ve tried some of the stalls, mainly their Chicken Rice (just so-so), Fried Char Kuey Teow (a stand out among the others but I’ve tasted better), Nasi Ayam Penyet (the sambal was pretty spicy) and some Fried Chicken Wings (too greasy and so not worth the price that you’re paying). We’ve also tried some of the food from their previous tenants such as Nasi Goreng Kampung (pretty good but portion might be a bit small) and Grilled Chicken Wings (sadly one of the better ones that had moved out).

Next we have…

Food – 3/5 (it depends on which stall that you’re ordering from)
Price – 3/5 (still acceptable I guess)
Service – 2/5 (a bit chaotic at times due to the different orders)
D├ęcor – 3/5 (pretty simple – but I do think that their big screen+projector is one of their main draw)
Location – 4/5 (strategically located at the far end corner of Kubota Square, on the same row as the Maybank branch)

** Current status – Still in operation (as of October 2017)   






*Fried Kuey Teow (from Rahman Char Kuey Teow)

*Chicken Rice (from Mama's Roasted Chicken)

*Nasi Ayam Penyet (from Gerai D'licious)

*And some (tiny) fried bishop's nose & chicken wings (from Gerai Syasha)

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