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Renaissance Food Court In Adelaide

SOON IT WAS TIME TO FILL OUR TUMMIES WITH FOOD.....
Thank goodness my siblings are prone to Chinese food like me and my appetite was fully satisfied when we paid a visit to Renaissance Food Court.  To my delight, this place is an Asian food alley.  I heard that this place is normally full during lunch hours on weekdays, office workers and students (Asians like me?) will frequent this food joint for their wide range of Asian food such as Malaysian, Vietnamese, Singaporean, Indian, Korean, Thai and the list goes on.
At the entrance of the Renaissance Food court...
As for us, we chose Nanyang Cafe...
Oh Yes, we are Malaysians... so we must "support' our brethen! :)
I am ALL for it!!
Their portions are quite large... so for the five of us, we ordered three types of food..
Curry noodles....!
Chicken Rice!
Beef Koay Teow....
And so the feast started...
But to our amazement, three plates were not sufficient at all!!
Must be due to our huge appetite after all the walking and shopping...
 The Hungry Face!
hahahaha...
Ended up ordering another two plates of noodles...
And not missing out is the Roasted Pork and BBQ Pork...
Eventually we ended up ordering five portions for five of us!
 We really have good appetites, seriously!
One portion cost around $8 and so... no complaints...
As long as they are Chinese food!
That's the way... ah ah... We like IT!





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  1. Makes me think of one of my friend who is prone to chinese foods, there's a year when my birthday, we went eat Japanese foods, she got no choice but to learn how to eat, hehe...

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    1. I am also learning how to eat and enjoying them.. :)

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  2. First time to know that got beef kueytiao. Mouthwatering ;P

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  3. Ha ha...scrolling down your photos...every food item also I like...aiyo I am very hungry liao...

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  4. Love going to food courts, can order a few types of food at once.. I see curry mee, chicken rice I also like already, feels like home eh, hehe..

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    1. Yeah, especially for me... prefer this type of food...

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  5. Sure looks good. We had beef kway teow here...very nice at one place but the guy already retired. Another place, dunno still got or not, will go and check one of these days.

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  6. All the food looks great & comes in big portion. Manage to sweep clean all?

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    1. Yes, sapu clean... hungry cos of the cold weather..

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  7. I am not surprised lah that you all can sapu one portion each. The serving size is quite good, very ngam for me!

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    1. hahaha.. I am surprised... ! Cos normally I cannot finish a big portion...

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  8. in fact the foodcourt looks like the foodcourt we have in the shopping malls, hahaha!! with that picture alone, it's not convinced you were in Adelaide, but macam somewhere in Selayang Mall or Ipoh Parade only, haha!!

    but the food looks good and huge portion, at A$8 I guess they are considered cheap?? the curry, the chicken, the roast, all like "lol chong liu" leh~~

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    1. Not bad... that is why that place is doing well...

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  9. the food looks good! cold weather surely gets hungry easily!

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  10. It all looks super good and my mouth is watering now! Especially the Curry noodles and Chicken rice.

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  11. Eh so the portions are small huh... That's entirely unexpected!

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  12. All the dishes are so delicious, but I like the Chicken Rice the most!

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  13. Kari meeeeeee.....slurppppsss.... me likey

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  14. Look good. Sure not hungry with all those Asian cuisine there.

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  15. You sure miss the food here to try the yummy food there.

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