Take a Global Food Trip Right Here at FoodZania in Sungei Wang Plaza

This post is brought to you by FoodZania, on the third floor of Sungei Wang Plaza.

The world is filled with scrumptious food – from Arabian to Japanese, Italian, Chinese, and even local Bornean delights. But eating your way around the world isn’t exactly possible for many people. However, right here in Kuala Lumpur. you can enjoy a selection of meals from around the globe all in one place! FoodZania in Sungai Wang has a bountiful selection of delightful cuisines that will tickle all taste buds.

Starting off right here in Malaysia, you can dig in to homemade Hakka food like Lei Cha, Yong Tau Fu, Butter Chicken Rice and Marmite Chicken rice at D’Food Caravanz. Also, enjoy some delights of East Malaysia by sampling some tasty North Bornean food like grilled chicken, grilled fish, and even seaweed kerabu.

Without travelling too far, you can check out D’Food Caravanz’s selection of Arabic cuisine. Get your hands on some authentic traditional Arabic food from favourites like hummus and Arabic salad to breaded chicken chop at Dijla Arabian Cuisine who have just released their new 2017 menu.

If you’re looking for some light bites instead, check out Quarter Snack at the Food Truck. They serve up Malaysian favourites like rojak and fresh fruit to Japanese inspired salad sushi rolls and uber-cool flower teas.

You can also stop by Jo Pasta for a Japanese-Western fusion – enjoy variations of wholesome baked rice dishes either with cheese, curry sauce, bolognese, carbonara, or crispy chicken katsu.

Top it off with a trip back to home ground and tasty Nyonya fare at Mary Nyonya food cart which offers home-style dishes in their new menu like chicken curry with rice, tong sui, and home style soup.

For more information on FoodZania @ Sungei Wang Plaza

If you want to enjoy all these treats and more, get down to Sungei Wang Plaza on Jalan Bukit Bintang in downtown KL. The mall is open daily, from 10am–10pm, FoodZania open from 11am-7pm.

Tel: +60 3-2117 0288
Web: sungeiwang.com | Facebook: facebook.com/EpicCircle.SungeiWang/

5 Comments Leave a comment

  1. Teri Ong May 19, 2017 Subscriber

    We should go check it out? Louie

  2. Rebecca Stephen May 18, 2017 Subscriber

    Datin Aviana

  3. Liana Shafiie May 11, 2017 Subscriber

    Hani Daud Syikin Daud Zakmalisa Erna Zaki

  4. Harry Gan May 10, 2017 Subscriber

    Pretty much the only “decent” place to visit for okay food, not worth if you’re going there just for that.

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