Restaurants in New World Park – 12 Restaurants
LEE ENG LAI, now in his late fifties, recalls that his grandfather Lee Kar Tee and grand uncle Lee Ah Keat started selling ice kacang as a roving stall in the Jalan Rangoon area in 1923. His father, Ah Kang (Kar Tee’s son), later inherited the stall and moved it to a permanent position. Eng Lai, his brother Eng Huat and sister Ah Kee (above) have been involved in running the stall since the 1960s, when it was next to a snooker bar. Originally, in the 1920s, a bowl of basic ice kacang cost half a cent, now it is RM1.50. Early in 2007, the stall moved into the new New World Park (Sin Sei Kai) food court opposite with ample parking.
Reanaclaire posted www.reanaclaire.com 133 Reviews
My kids love these pancakes...This one is filled with durian!! OH my Goodness!
noweating posted www.noweating.com 370 Reviews
As a whole, the food was average and the previous menu was better. The current menu basically just uses the same ingredient and manipulate it into different dishes (e.g. Grilled Chicken Rice, Grilled Chicken Sandwich, Grilled Chicken Pasta, etc) The service in this New World Park branch could be better as well.