Monday, April 30, 2018

A Trendy & Modern Food Court

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All opinions are solely mine & subject to
my own discretion.


My wife and I often head to Cafes and Starbucks in our neighbourhood to meet up with friends and associates for discussions. Sometimes my wife would spend all day there alone to finish her thesis and project assignments without distractions like the comfy sofa and television at home. Recently, we discovered this exclusive and trendy food court. The developer is very thoughtful and had planned so well before they completed this new & popular shopping mall.



It is located on Level 3 of Starling's Shopping Mall. 
Get to this level and head to FOODIES' NEST.





The whole section is so spacious and well ventilated with natural lighting besides the chic and modern furnishing.



They have so much green plants and sitting areas with different seats & stools for your comfort.




They have so many private corners to bring your darling to sit inside the bird cage or chat with friends and do some classroom projects. Here my friend was with us and looked serious in rushing his paper work for us. You can order the delicious food and beverages from the food court to enjoy at any corner you fancy, without extra charges. You can sit all day without ordering and this has become a popular haven for many students to revise their studies with friends. The interior decor is simply fabulous.




This thoughtful developer has planted so many trees to liven up the whole vicinity & transformed it into a green hub. They tidied up and tiled all the pavements in order to create the bicycle lanes. Honestly, the whole area is very busy now with many more cars! They still double park or choose to park in the multi levels parking space below The Starling's Mall. That's a bonus.




I plan to ride my bicycle around the whole area and probably reward myself with ice cream at Family Mart after burning some calories. Come join me for a ride



Happy Holidays!




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48 comments:

  1. When I see Starling's Shopping Mall, the person that comes into my mind is kakak Phong Hong... I wonder did you ever bump into kakak Phong Hong there?

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    1. Yeah! I always suspect that she has some shares over there. Starling is her second home.

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  2. I must remember this place, when I get to meet TM, meet him there, kaka...

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    1. You have been telling Peter and Small Kuching that you will come but it never happened. The day you arrive, the sun will rise from the West. Muahahaha

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  3. You plan to ride your bicycle, I must plan to walk Park Connector...

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    1. How I wish we have many connectors here like Singapore.

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  4. Happy Labour Day and Happy Voting next Wednesday...

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  5. This place looks and sounds cool and I really love the ambiance lit by natural light and modern furniture to suit different comfort levels. In the more populated world getting a peaceful/private space in public is not easy, and this foodie nest has enough space and also the go green is nourishing.

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    1. I agree with you and there is a need to green our earth again after so many trees have been cut down. Many new building architectures in our city are blending with lots of natural creeper plants and green landscapes.

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  6. Too bad I cannot live in Uptown Residences Condo or Somerset Condo or else I will visit Starling Mall everyday! The developer really did a good job!

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    1. Aha! I thought I was the only one admiring at those luxury condos above! It is so convenient to live there.

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  7. Since you can 'bike' around there, you can now 'stalk' PH tomorrow on a PH (aka public holiday)....haha! :D Yeah, I quite like these new and modern food courts that have sprung up in some shopping malls.

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    1. Aiyo! This lady is always hiding like a mouse while she eats like a whale. I have been hunting high & low at Starling for her through her Selipar Jepun without success.

      Most malls have nice food courts nowadays but this one at Starling encourages lap top users to spend their time there. They have lots of latest multi sockets and chargers. Amazing!

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  8. didn't notice there's a bike lane here - i better be careful as a pedestrian walking here, so that a cyclist doesn't crash into me, heheh :D

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    1. I had never seen anyone cycling yet but the neat lanes are nicely built all over. Funny!

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  9. Riding your bike going to the mall sounds fun. I love doing it with the mister. We ride our bikes for a few miles, and stop at this old church turned into an independent cafe.

    The flooring as seen on the 4th photo looks like a Fendi logo pattern. :D

    The greeneries looks so refreshing in the concrete jungle. Love it.

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    1. There are many lovely malls with green concept in the US during my student days. I guess my country is lagging behind in development. I remembered seeing one mall in Washington DC which had lots of palm trees growing in the middle!

      I was cracking my head on the familiar floor patterns. Thanks for telling me it is FENDI logo!

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  10. I also love to spend my times in cafe lately - updating my blog, planning my trips and more. How I wish if all the developers are thoughtful as Starling's Shopping Mall to build at least one private corner for visitors to sit down, enjoy food and relax?

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    1. I believe you have lazed and relaxed in so many cafes in over 40 countries today! You will know which concept is the best.

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  11. Starling Mall made me think of Phong Hong & her many makan escapades šŸ˜¬

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    1. Tu dia bangun, tidur, makan kuat sambil berak badak kat situ. Pengsan aku ni.

      Muahahahaha

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  12. The Food Court looks very cosy, provided there is no crowd if not I don't think I will spend hours there as there maybe other people waiting for the seats, actually I am someone who can just sit at cafes and fast food restaurants for hours just reading my books, precious me time

    Happy Labour Day

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    1. They have hundreds of seats for all the patrons. I guess there is no waiting and all are happy!

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  13. So what did you eat there? So far I have only tried KOMs. I have not seen anyone cycling and what is annoying are motorcycles using those bike lanes and riding on the pavements in front of the shophouses.

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    1. I ate at the Annie-1 stall cos that manager waved at me. He recognized me from far. Besides that I ate the roti bakar with butter kaya and Kopi kau. best nie.

      We have really weird road users until today. Cars parked at motorbike lots and motorbikes parked at motorcar lots. Speechless!

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  14. That food nest looks nice and comfortable. I should check that place out tomorrow since I'm heading to the mall. So much effort on the pictures ya, nice job! :D

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    1. I hope you and your darling perched like love birds in the nest.

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  15. Foodie nest. Nice ring to it. and i like the green there

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    1. so many seats and chairs. People can hang out whole day there lo

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    2. but if everyone sit there without ordering food but use their electric how ah? Rugi or not?

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    3. what ice cream....lol...later add more weight than lose weight leh

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    4. This developer is so rich and raking so much more. Free air con and electricity is nothing to them. We are thankful that they built something nice and eco-green concept with spacious and well ventilated environment. Have you been there?

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    1. Yes it is very nice. I have not seen one like this in Japan.

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  17. This place looks good to spend time with friends. It looks clean and spacious.

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    1. This is what I always did. Simply laze around with loved ones and friends for nice food & fun gossips.

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  18. I dun mind sitting here whole day if got wifi!

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  19. Been a while since my last visit to Starling Mall.

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    1. You seem to love Paradigm Mall like your 2nd home. The parking lots there are nightmare to me. LOL

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  20. I have not step foot into Starling Mall. Don't even know where it is :O

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    1. OMG!!!! You should head to this place when you are free. It is inside Damansara Uptown.

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  21. Starling Mall always remind me of our Uptown Queen, hehe :P
    The collage photo with your friend doing something on his laptop looked like a proper working desk with power supply sockets, is it?

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    1. Yes this place is the 2nd home of our Uptown Queen! She is getting famous now and I need to alert the developer to crown her.

      The long working desks are really well equipped with multi sockets and charger points! So canggih lah.

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  22. This reminds me of some Bangkok's hip & trendy food courts in their malls.

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    1. I am sure they are catching up like Bangkok's malls which are so advanced with fabulous architecture and ambiance.

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  23. The manager suggested doing a signature cocktail during cocktail hour, which turned to be a huge hit. There is a full bar close to the entrance area of wedding venues Los Angeles, so we were covered there too. Dessert was a presentation of cookies (all looked homemade) and my favorite was the white chocolate, macadamia nut.

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