The Southeast Asian food court at the Metroplaza in Hunghom has many of the offerings you'd expect at food courts in Kuala Lumpur: stands selling shaved ice with various toppings, Indian cuisine, congee, clay-pot dishes or Singapore-style noodles. Head for the outlet called Singapore Nam Heung Hainan Chicken. The chicken 'special set' ($32) comes with tasty rice cooked with chicken fat and broth, a large pile of choi sum with oyster sauce, a bowl of fragrant clear soup and a skimpy portion of chicken (we asked for the gai bei, or chicken leg). You might want to order extra chicken ($80 for half) and bean sprouts with dried cuttlefish ($15). The chicken is succulent, firm and tender - obviously fresh, not frozen (the vendor says he uses local chickens). The Hainan chicken rice has often been called 'the best in Hong Kong'. To reach the food court, cross the bridge from Hunghom KCR station to the Metroplaza, veer left past the display of Chinese crockery and vases and take the escalator to Level 8. There are a few food stalls in a narrow passage; walk past them into the main food court. Singapore Nam Heung Hainan Chicken has no English sign; it's between Viet-Thai Cuisine and Shahanshah Indian Cuisine.