Some of the stalls have been famous for several generations (eg. Lam’s abalone noodles, HwaHeng beef noodles, ThyeHong carrot cake), best in class (eg. Ah Chew Yong Tau Foo) or just very good (Indonesian chicken BBQ, HK roast meat). There’s diversity too, you even find Korean or Bak Kut Teh. But, strangely enough, no Indian, Japanese or Vietnamese (there was a good Viêt when the mall first opened, but it disappeared). Those who crave phở or bánh mì thịt can walk to Nam Nam in the basement of Wheelock Place next door. Quite clean, with lots of roaming cleaners, and a sink for guests to use.
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