From the parking, you may need to follow your intuition to locate it even with plentiful food delivery guys that are preparing their pick-ups from this area that are full of restaurants for dining in and take out, yet none of them would be able to give you the right direction to Streetery Food Hall nor having them to know or heard about it. Deliberate intention or not, it is beyond their ethic. We found it eventually, by the guide of an honest security guard strolling in the car park. Thanks to him also for his patience by guiding us through the parking system pay via SMS from our phone to secure a three hours parking without possible getting a ticket if not doing so.
Yellow light bulbs illuminates the entire eatery with a contemporary touch of industrial design see through lamp shapes, which is chic and stylish with hanging plants while the deliberate unfinished cemented tiles flooring also gives a more cozy home-like street dining mood plus those bright neon signs that give off the right vibe and makes the place stand apart.
The “Bar” was set in the middle of the dining area also decorated in a street vendor concept offering various local drinks and other beverages to quench your thirst.
So, what’s the menu gonna be like? Sreetery Food Hall brings the various flavours of street food stall experience from Thailand, Malaysia and Hong Kong, China, with no fuss, but fun and functional. From noodles, curries to BBQ and wok fried, the menu allows you to tailor your level of spice – mild, medium, hot – so you can dial up the heat to suit your palate and we went for hot on everything.
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