It's so classy that you don't have to walk up to the stalls to order, it's almost restaurant-y (or like Old Town White Coffee and its ilk, depending on who you ask): They walk you to a table, you peruse a menu (which lists every menu item from every stall there, in both English and Mandarin), write your order on the chit, and someone will run it to the stall so you don't have to. You really don't have to get up once seated, not even to pay. I still find it weird to see white people in shirts and ties running around managing a food court in Asia (who I presumed were the management).
Took me awhile to decide what I wanted, because I just don't want something that I can get closer to home for cheaper. Finally decided on beef wat tan hor (noodles in egg drop gravy with beef slices), which for the price (RM 12.90 before taxes, etc) was pretty good and generously portioned. It was unfortunate that the 11th Starbucks drink I chose (skinny, no whip Grande Dark Mocha frap) kinda spoiled my appetite a little and I couldn't finish.