Only in Malaysia would they build a huge foodcourt on top of a huge mountain with cool mountain air and not put in one window. You sit in a cramped, dirty, tired concrete bunker and in reality you could be in a basement shopping centre. It defies logic, good taste and economics not to have this food court with spectacular large windows to take in the view looking over the entire city of KL and the mountain range. Still, customers eat here as the only alternative are expensive restaurants or junk food stands.
The food varieties in this Food Court are lacklustre, the usual slops but with an expensive price.
The service is slow too. All the staff are not put to best practise. They all stand around the counters with queues of people waiting. One staff serves and the others stare and look aimless. My tip is to take a lunch from home and sit outside on a park bench to take in the cool air and views.
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