Taste - Decent
Price - Fair. Cheaper than most touristy places in Malaysia even after convert
Ambiance - Clean, a bit dingy. Classy cafeteria like.
Most of the stalls here are NOT certified halal so ask before you order. We bought from 2 stalls in particular, the Kampung Nasi Lemak and the Roti Canai & Nasi Briyani. Drinks were in disposable plastic cups so don't worry.
|Papadom was not crunchy :(|
We went there for an early lunch so there was plenty of tables available near the halal-certified stalls. I don't know how pack the place can get at peak lunch hour. More info on Malaysian Food Street on Resort World Sentosa webpage.