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Food At K Avenue Mall And Petronas Twin Towers, Kuala Lumpur

VISITING K AVENUE.... and only got to know that it links to KLCC...that shows how backdated I am!   Pkus...  taking photos for the first time in my life at this place too with the Twin Towers looming behind.   Thanks to Aaron for taking us tourists there, eating at Go Noodles in K Avenue Mall, burning a four digit figure on SKII products.. *oopss..... no, not me... phewww...* and lastly, having a nice tea, coffee and cakes at at San Francisco cafe.  Burned a lot of calories walking around so the sweet temptations were justified.

Nice view with the Petronas Twin Towers looming behind... 
Our brunch at Go Noodles... 
My sister loves fish balls noodles.... 
Her boss loves beef soup...
I love pork tendons balls.... 
And crispy beancurd skin..... 
Desserts at San Francisco cafe.... 
Pandan Gula Melaka cake and another piece of Red Velvet cake not in the picture... 
And the tourists hanging around the mall and outside to mark their presence.... 

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  1. I like the look of the slices of beef in the noodles!

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  3. Go Noodles. They have outlet here but I have not try it out yet.

    Beef soup looked comforting.

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  4. you all didn't go up to the link bridge between the two towers?

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  5. Look at the cakes! Yums! I can't see the twin towers in the photo.

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  6. nice 'touring around KLCC'...lol! the fish balls looks gigantic in the noodles bowl!

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  7. I have not been back to Go Noodle House at Starling. The last time I was there I felt that the standards dropped a bit.

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