Friday, September 30, 2022

Lunches @ Good Luck Foodcourt, SkyCasino

Had my lunch at 'Good Luck' foodcourt which were claimed using points.
Before getting in, the patrons have to queue at the order kiosk to order and made payment (via membership voucher). It's an automated process, as nowadays there is no longer any cashier counters in this foodcourt anymore.
I had wat tan hor (flat rice noodles in egg gravy) which came with 3 fresh prawns. Taste not bad and quite worth my 5 points.
Can't expect much if you are dining in foodcourt, but still this is above average. Tastewise meet expectation, just lacking 'wok hei' only.
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Meanwhile on another visit, I had dry soy sauce noodles with yong tau foo...
the yong tau foo were just pieces of 'fu chuk' (stuffed deep fried beancurd sheets) and fishballs....
5 pieces in total
not even a single leafy green...
I dug out all the YTF pieces....there are the rounder shape 'fu chuk', the thinner shape 'fu chuk' and a fishball....
I think i prefer the wat tan hor better (which is at the same price).
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Here is one snapshot of the sunset scenery taken from the hotel room during my last day stay at Highlands hotel...
It was a great staycation.
stay tuned for updates on this...

4 comments:

mun said...

Hahahaha, the glutton in me is salivating at your food although it is just ytf and wat tan hor cos the idea of getting free main meals just by using reward points is very attractive to me. How to get the points ah?

mun said...

Thanks for showing us all the pieces of ytf. I like eating these bean curd sheets ytf with ccf and ccf sweetish brown gravy. Very yummy!

Rose world said...

Beautiful sunset, what a breathtaking view!!!

Payment by points. Interesting. Some food courts start doing it??

Stacy said...

Must be difficult/expensive to hire enough staff so it's worth the investment in technology.

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