If there’s one thing about me that you need to know is that I appreciate food very much. And if I found a place that serves really good food with affordable price, I will always revisit the place over and over again to enjoy what they have to offer. One of my 2018’s greatest foodie discovery is the newly opened Medan Selera at SkyAvenue, Resorts World Genting. Serving all sorts of Muslim-friendly Malaysian favourite delicacies, this food court is fast becoming my favourite lurk whenever I’m up in Genting.
It’s my fourth visit as of writing since it’s opening; both as an invited reviewer and paying customer, and this time around, instead of having their sensational selection of Nasi Kandar, I thought I’d check what their noodle and laksa have to offer. Their noodles and laksa menu is quite impressive, to say the least.
Assorted laksa and noodles from Medan Selera SkyAvenue.
Yours truly, indulging in laksa and noodles from the Medan Selera SkyAvenue.
Curry Laksa. Those who can’t live without their curries, might want to give the Curry Laksa a go. The curry is not overly spicy and is richly flavoured, so even if you are not a huge fan of spicy dishes, you will be able to enjoy this.
Laksam is a variety of Laksa noodle dish that originates from the East Coast. Commonly found in Kelantan, Laksam’s soup is savoury but much creamier and rich in comparison to it’s Penang/Kedah counterpart. Fans of Laksam, rejoice. You no longer have to travel all the way to the East Coast to enjoy this as Laksam is offered permanently on Medan Selera’s menu.
Laksa Penang. Served with spicy and sourish fish based broth, this dish is a favourite of many. If you’re into such flavours, you’ll like this Laksa.
Mee Rojak is a street delicacy commonly found in Northern states of Malaysia like Penang, Kedah and Perlis. Each states have their own representation of Mee Rojak. Not sure the one served in Medan Selera originates from which state, though. The sauce is rather creamy and sweet in comparison to the savoury and spicy ones that I’m familar with. Nevertheless, the Mee Rojak is still uniquely delicious.
Pasembor. Pasembor is typically a Malaysian style salad consisting of cucumber, potatoes, beancurd, turnip, bean sprouts, prawn fritters, spicy fried crab, fried octopus or other seafoods and served with a sweet and spicy nut sauce. The one in Medan Selera leans more to the sweet side and is heavenly on the palate.
Mee Goreng Indonesia. Served with a side of fish keropok, the Mee Goreng Indonesia is simply irresitible.
Bihun Goreng Singapore. For those who are looking for simpler and fuss free dishes might want to opt for this Bihun Goreng Singapore. It’s deliciously simple and not heavy on the tummy. Children especially will find this appealing, I believe.
Fried Koay Teow is served with a healthy amount of shrimps, and definitely something you’d want to indulge in if you are a fan of the well-known all time favourite Malaysian street food.
Bakso. Bakso is basically a type of Indonesian beef meatball noodle served in flavourful soup. If you are into meatballs and soup, this will be your best bet.
Medan Selera offers all sorts of delicious food that will satisfy even the fussiest foodie. For more delicious things to eat at Medan Selera SkyAvenue apart from noodles and laksa, check out HERE
It is located on Level G of SkyAvenue mall, below the newly-opened Bona Cinema. Operating hours are 8.00am to 10.00pm daily, with seating capacity for 270.
For more information, call +603 2718 1118 or visit www.rwgenting.com