Since the KLCC food court was refurbished, there seem to be less stalls. They have some new ones like one that sells (rather pricey) satay and Nathan’s Famous who are famous for their hot dogs. In 1916, Polish immigrant Nathan Handwerker started a nickel hot dog stand on Coney Island with a $300 loan from two friends and his wife’s secret spice recipe. Today, Nathan’s is the most famous hot dog in the world, with restaurants across the globe, products in every supermarket in America and millions of fans.
The French Fries look almost like wedges, very thick and comes with a plastic fork. I ordered the grilled chicken burger, very basic with just mayo dressing, lettuce and tomato. Portion is quite small which makes me wonder whether the portion is the same in America.