The food court offers both local favourites as well as international cuisine such as Italian Pizzas, Taiwanese snacks, Vietnamese noodle, Japanese delicacies and many many more. A quick search in the internet and found that they even have a website. So do click here for more information as I am going to jump straight into the main topic: APOM!
The cooked Apom is immediately taken out from the wok and folded while it's still hot.
Tada, a stack of freshly made crispy Apom ready to be eaten.
While the boss was busy with the Apom, the wife too was busy with her Apom Balik which comes in either corn or banana flavour. Quite unusual as I normally buy those with crushed peanuts fillings. Instead of using miniature wok, a hot mould is being used and it can produced up to 9 Apom Balik at one go. Once the batter is poured in, either creamed corn or sliced bananas will be added as fillings.The Apom Balik is then folded into half while hot. The texture of the Apom Balik is much softer, almost like eating pancake. Very economical to ease your craving for snacks as the Apom is selling at RM2 for 5 pieces whereas the Apom Balik is priced at RM2 for 4 pieces. Personally I prefers the Apom as it was really light, crispy and eggy flavour. Boolicious and I were initially worried we might not be able to finish our serving as we just had a hearty dinner and before we realised it, we finished all without leaving any for WMW. LOL!! As for the Apom Balik, I would say I still prefer the traditional fillings of crushed peanuts and corn. I find the portion here is too little, barely can taste the corn nor the bananas.
WMW said the vegetarian mee goreng next to the Apom stall is not too bad too. Ok, noted and I will definately be back to try out the other stuffs here.
Ming Tien Foodcourt is located at:
Lot 10991, Jalan SS24/8
Taman Megah, Selangor
Tel: 03-7806 4991
Also check out Boolicious's review on the Apom here.