Right by the junction of Dewi Sri, there’s a new food court that houses many unique street vendor. One place we love is the sister restaurants that is Putri Hijau and Kwetiaw Beras 88. Separated by a hall way and restrooms, this two restaurant couldn’t be any different. The Kwetiaw Beras 88 has simple menus. It sells variants of fried and soup noodles, rice noodles, kwetiaw and rice with pork. They serve it in a small metal plate that might look petite, but big in flavor. And trust us, you’ll be full. On the other side, Putri Hijau sells only halal food (non-pork). Our favorite is their fried oxtail with green chilies and sate padang. Every bite is intense with spices and flavors that will make you come back for more.