I have tried several stalls from this food court such as fish ball Kway teow, mixed vegetable rice, and Indonesian food. They are all good but the stall I like best is Indonesian food where they have set meal for Barbeque Chicken, fish, sotong, sambal prawn to name a few.
The barbeque chicken is the most popular but if you like seafood, go for the sotong and sambal prawn. It comes with fried egg, soup and curry. You can add vegetable with additional cost or choose to replace egg with vegetable. I always walk away with great satisfaction.
I have eaten twice at this food court and I patronize the same stall. There is this uncle selling Hokkien Mee and Cha Kwa Tiao. It is the last stall near the escalator going down. He is a really friendly guy and he talk about his food business in Australia and his children each time I went to his stall.
Try to strike a conversation with him and he will offer you more but at the same price. The second time I visited him and he even offer me a drink. He claimed that someone gave it to him and he does not take cold drink. It cost $1.50 at the food court.
I am one of those Singaporean who eat out most of the times. Whenever I am run out of ideas, or are sick of eating at food court, I will head straight to subway. This branch is located near central and is very convenience for those who want a quick bite or simply have it take away.
Of course you must me like me who love to eat bread. There are different types (i.e. Honey oat) of bread and sizes namely foot long or 6 inch. A 6 inch should be enough for most people. There are many choices and my favorite is Tuna. It also comes with 2 slice of cheese and you can choose to toast or not to. You get to select ingredient like pickles, vegetable, etc and two sauces (i.e. Sweet onion and honey mustard)
This is one of the few cinemas where I can sit down comfortably with my neck properly rested against the seat. It has two doors to the cinema making it easier to access your designated seat. There are one rows of lights on each side of the wall which make it not so dark before the show starts. The leg room is spacious and the sound effect is great.
The only complaint I have is that there is one occasion where the air con is not functioning and the shows continue. This happened many years back and I believed this has been better managed by the time I post this.
There are many outlets of coffee beans in Singapore and the recent one that I went to is at Kallang Leisure Park. I quite like the place mainly because is it less crowded. It is a great place to relax and catch up with friends.
I remembered those days when they offered stamps for each of the items purchased. How I wished they can bring back this promotion again so that I can start collecting it and redeem a drink once completed all the require stamp.
I strongly recommend mocha and cheese cake for those visiting it for the first time.