There's a wide variety of Asian and Southeast Asian cuisines where food stalls offer Malaysian, Thai, Chinese, Korean, Vietnamese, Japanese and Taiwanese specialties. From dumplings, soups, hot pots, bowls, prepared meals, desserts, literally a potpourri of Asian dishes. Walking through the food court I was feeling a little overwhelmed by the the choice, the aromas, and the crowds of people.
Will and I tried based on what we were recommended by our friend and Yelp. So this is what we ended up with:
I ordered the pork pan-fried dumplings ($5.99) which came with ten pieces by the way. Holy cow, the wait took forever but I can understand why because the women behind the counter pan fry it upon ordering so it takes 10-15 minutes. There's at least 5-6 women working behind that counter making dumplings, frying and cooking dumplings and other dishes, and so much more. It also came with some vegetables and dumpling sauce too. The pan-fried dumplings were delicious, golden, and crispy.
Overall, it was a good and inexpensive dining experience here. I've been here twice so far and I love it, but of course more visits will be required in the near future so I can try the other foods here. I think next on my list is the hand pulled noodle (haven't had that in ages). You can definitely come here for breakfast, lunch, and/or dinner. Looking forward to my next visit!