The garish orange exterior masks a treasure trove of Asian specialty eats (including the famous Gumshara Ramen) and its own bar.
Remember that age-old aphorism, "Don't judge a book by its cover"? Well, bear that in mind when en route to Eating World and don't let the 'cover' of this food court shy you away. Within its unassuming four walls, you'll find a utopia of Asian cuisine; a world that's all about, well, eating. Menus are overloaded with options and all manner of diner is catered for — whether you like things spicy, sweet, savoury or salty, there'll be a dish to suit your proclivity.
You can't go past the whole fish, crispy skin and all, from At Thai. And the suitably saccharine Vietnamese coffees — hello, condensed milk — are a must. But, really, we could sit here all day listing great dishes. It's better you make Eating World your new go-to lunch spot and work your way through the endless array of eateries. The best part? It's probably going to be cheaper than your packed lunch.