Malaysian Kitchen Review, KLIA (Kuala Lumpur International Airport)
Almost every time we had dilemma of which restaurant to go in KLIA (Kuala Lumpur International Airport). We had too much of fast food restaurants or fast food chains so this time we went to Malaysian Kitchen, a restaurant that offers Malaysian delicacy.
It is located at the satellite building of KLIA (you have to take the train from the main terminal). For those who didn’t know, food in airports is relatively higher in prices. Most of the prices of the food in the airport are 20-30% higher than the usual rates due to rental and locations.
We settled down at Malaysian Kitchen and ordered the Satay Combo set that came with our local favourites “teh tarik” (pulled tea). We told them that we were running short of time and the waiter promised us of 15 minute of cooking time.
Hence, it was indeed the food came in time. The sweet foamy “teh tarik”, probably not the best but it was still enjoyable.
The half dozen of satay of combination of chicken and beef wasn’t disappointing at all. Probably the peanut satay sauce was too oily, other than that it was still okay.
The total bill came within RM 30 (US$10) since it was a package meal. You can get a meal of that 1/3 of its price in local stalls. Hence, like we mentioned, the food prices in airports are commonly inflated (that applies to all the International airports in the world). We read some negative comments on the services of this restaurant. Luckily, we were lucky and the happy ones.