Since we were roaming MBK, we decided to take our lunch there and we just chanced on the Fifth.
Upon entering, you will be given a swipe card where you can have it swiped when you order to a particular food station. Then you can pay your bill when you go out of the food court.
I had a mexican food - chicken quesadillas, and my friends had thai food again. It was ok there though a bit pricey.
Situated at The Fifth Food Avenue in MBK Center, 5th floor. This is the only halal stall in the food court. It sells both mediteranean and thai food. Nice, cozy ambience with live band and internet kiosks. No phototaking allowed though...but oh well...I did my thing...hehe! Upon entering the place, you'll be given a card to be presented to counters when ordering. So accumulated amount + service charge in the card to be paid when exiting at the cashier (for those who have been to Marche will know how this works).
Favorite Dish: I had lemon chicken with rice plus spicy, hot and sour shrimp tom yam soup. Nice. A must try is the mango juice...yum yum!!
As compared to MBK Food Centre at the 6th floor, this place was built recently in early 2007. The place is a swanky place with a nice feel for a food court. It offers international cuisines and also has some stalls selling Halal food.
Prices are slightly expensive than the food centre above. But, the place is definitely not as crowded as the other.
During dinnertime, they have a live band and singer playing on stage.