Answer : Nothing. It is just another food court.
I am not a fan of foods from supermarket and hypermarket food courts. We can get much tastier and cheaper foods at hawker stalls and kopitiams. But sometimes, for convenience sake, we do patronise food courts.
The other thing I hate about food court is the crowd. I certainly hate fighting for a place with a tray full of hot soup and drinks.
However, Queens Food Market is certainly a notch higher than the regular food court. It looks classier and the foods are a little bit unique. But they don’t freaking sell Milo and Nescafe! They have some other brand and the taste sucks.
This bowl of asam pedas yong tau foo is quite cheap at RM6. But the taste failed miserably. It is neither sour, sweet or hot. I should have known because usually, asam pedas will emits its sourish smell that makes your mouth water. But you cannot get a sniff of them.
However, this mee kuah ketam from the Periuk Besar chicken rice stall is rather interesting. If there is one dish I recommend, this is it. It is a bit like mee udang and mee jawa combined. The nasi ayam is not bad too. Portion is very generous.
The other stuffs worth eating are the scallop porridge from the I Love Yoo stall. Their soya bean milk is a bit ‘green’ taste to me though.
And my kids love the durian egg tart from the egg tart stall.
This is a halal eating spot.