E.A.T Food Village @ Publika, Solaris Dutamas

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Focusing on non halal local hawker fare, it is not difficult to guess that the newly opened E.A.T Food Village at Publika shopping gallery became my favourite lunching place. It brings together some of the best hawker food vendors from Klang Valley and North Peninsular Malaysia under one (air-conditioned) roof.
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The decor reminds diner of yesteryear; with shop facades that look as though time freezes at 1950′s, Chinese calligraphy, poems, paintings and lingering Chinese oldies.


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If you are craving for Penang style curry noodles with creamy soup base and chili paste served aside, there’s Lorong Seratus Tahun.
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One can also head over to Sentul Ah Yap’s stall and  order a plate of hokkien noodles (RM 7.90) that packed plenty of wok hei. Patrons are given a “Beeping UFO” that goes beep as when the noodles is ready.
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Loke Yun Chicken Rice from Ampang would be perfect when you want something substantial for lunch or dinner.
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Give yourself a fiery challenge by having Kin Kin Chili Pan Mee (RM 7.50). I will pay RM 2 extra anytime as portions are bigger and there is no need to queue and hoard for a table as compared to the Chow Kit outlet.
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BM Yam Rice is one of my favourite stall at E.A.T food village. Set meals are available from RM 8.90.
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Your choice of mains (braised pork, assorted pork soup, lo bak, ginger wine chicken, etc) comes together with yam rice, soup and braised egg+tofu. That was quite a heavy meal for many.
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I never fail to have the lo bak (RM 2.50 each) whenever I’m here. It was nice and crispy on the outside, and the minced meat filling was really flavorful and juicy.
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For a springy affair, there’s Hong Kee wantan mee that hails from Cheras.
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Wash it all down with a cup of bubble milk tea, from Chatime. Bliss!

E.A.T. Food Village,
Publika Shopping Gallery,
Solaris Dutamas, Kuala Lumpur.
Opens daily from 10am to 9pm.

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  1. ai wei says:

    sounds good dear. wanna come here one day.
    love every good things under one roof. just like another hutong. hehehe

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    kampungboycitygal Reply:

    ya so convenient nowadays

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  2. email2me says:

    Latest addition to EAT ….. Yeoh’s BKT from Klang just opened.
    .-= email2me´s last blog ..A Night With One-Star Michelin Chef, Baptiste Fournier And Fournier The Bordeux Wine Maker =-.

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    kampungboycitygal Reply:

    thx for the timely info. will go try :D

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  3. KY says:

    non halal food court? sign me up!
    .-= KY´s last blog ..KY eats – Fine Dining with Chef Jochen Kern =-.

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    kampungboycitygal Reply:

    i know its ur thing, a lot of porcine goodness in there!

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  4. iamthewitch says:

    Oh yes, Kin Kin chilli pan mee!! :)
    .-= iamthewitch´s last blog ..Take Me Home, Country Road =-.

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  5. JD says:

    Looks like a nice place to eat! Wondering if there’s any shopping in the same mall?
    .-= JD´s last blog ..Reaching 50,000 Visit =-.

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  6. 追食富地 says:

    I love the Hong Kee Wantan Mee,
    my favorite Chatime also there
    i will go there again for other foods…. :)
    .-= 追食富地´s last blog ..YONG TAT SEAFOOD RESTAURANT @ Kampung Teluk Gong, Pelabuhan Klang =-.

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  7. J2Kfm says:

    Had the BM Yam rice and Kin Kin pan mee, washed down with Chatime of course. The pan mee was forgettable though. The yam rice was good. Anticipating more outlets to open ….

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  8. Been here twice already and love the wan tan mee & lobak!! Oh.. and the butter pork ribs…
    .-= Chasing Food Dreams´s last blog ..Theatrical Performance by E House at Jaya One, PJ: Lizard =-.

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  9. Sara says:

    Hi, is there sufficient time to go there and back during lunch time? What about parking?

    I’ve seen you around the office building (though sorry, never gotten around to saying hi) – unless you’ve changed jobs and now work there.

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    kampungboycitygal Reply:

    hi sara, u mean we r working in d same building? say hi next time :)
    u need 2 hours for drive+lunching time. friday is an appropriate day to drop by

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  10. Babe_kl says:

    looks like lunch time have some ppl around, i went there after 3pm and it was like ghost town :P
    .-= Babe_kl´s last blog ..Review: Goku Raku Ramen @ Midvalley Megamall =-.

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  11. chan says:

    Highly recommend you to check out the sandwich shop next to the food village called Quick Bites. Their Vietnamese sandwich, Banh mi, are soooo good. they make their own baguette….it is so crispy outside n soft inside….i think this is the only place that sell authentic banh mi in malaysia, the owner, i heard is a vietnamese American..no wonder the food is so good!.

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    kampungboycitygal Reply:

    thanks for ur suggestion chan

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    Lainie Reply:

    Any pork-free sandwich shop is not a Banh Mi shop.
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  12. Joanna says:

    Was wondering if I use the Monorail, how will I get here?

    will be visiting KL soon (second time, but feels like the first time again) and would like to eat here.. :)

    I love your blog!

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  13. We recently went to Quick Bites for banh mi. It’s good. I recommend it!

    http://www.houseofannie.com/quick-bites-publika-solaris-dutamas-kl/

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  14. jk says:

    that hong kee wan tan mee bring all their quality stuff selling at EAT while selling rubbish stuff at ampang shop.wtf

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