We were quite excited about trying out the food at the Malaysian Food Street at RWS and we imagined that the food would be almost as good as the original in Malaysia but maybe just a lot more pricey. We were there at 4.30pm and the place was very crowded with long queues at almost every stall. While I liked how they recreated the shophouses and the signs, the food was quite a letdown. :(
The fried Hokkien mee and Penang fried kway teow both looked pretty good but weren’t very tasty and were lacking in wok hei. The Ampang yong tau foo was quite salty and the fish paste wasn’t up to standard. The cendol was also only so-so and the gula melaka used wasn’t fragrant enough. We liked the pig’s intestines porridge though! Overall, the food was generally not bad but not worth travelling specially to Sentosa for. Malaysian food is best eaten in Malaysia!