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Level4 2012-09-10
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There was a day when my favourite stall in this coffeeshop was not open, so I had to try something else from this coffeeshop. I saw many other patrons ordering the Sarawak mee, so I gave it a try.I ordered a large one as I was hungry that day. When it arrived, i definitely got more than I expected. The Sarawak mee served here is so big in portion, I nearly could not finish it. That's saying a lot, especially when I am hungry.This Sarawak mee is quite wet, as it has some gravy mixed into the noodles. That is not to say it is bad, in fact it tastes very nice. There is also a lavish amount of minced pork, which was more than enough to go with the noodles. Garnish it with some spring onions and vegetables and you'll get a nice dish of Sarawak mee.The noodle tastes quite nice, as it is springy and light. As it is wet, the noodles are easy on the mouth and therefore the noodles do not stick to each other. I opted for the wantan version, instead of the cha siu version.Nothing much I can comment on the soup, as it is just a plain MSG soup, but with wantan inside. The wantan is also nothing to shout about.This is a good alternative to what I usually order in this coffeeshop, and I may order it again if I have a craving for Sarawak mee. I was told that the Wan Tan Mee is quite nice here as well, so I may try it some day. continue reading
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Level4 2012-09-10
35 views
Restaurant Wai Kwan is located at USJ6, which is easily accessible from the main ring road of USJ. However, it is a slightly hidden gem, as it is located underneath a block of flat.Everytime I come here, I will definitely order the Teh Ping (Iced Milk Tea). It usually does not take long to arrive, once you have made your order with the fluent Cantonese trained foreign workers.The teh ping here reminds me of the 'stocking' iced milk tea in HK, and I kid you not when I say it is that good.When it is served, you can see a layer of froth on top of the teh ping. Unlike some coffeeshop, this teh ping is served ready to drink, without having to stir it beforehand. It has a very strong taste of tea mixed with creamy milk. This glass of milk tea goodness is quite rich as well and will fill you up. The ice given is quite minimal, so at the end of the drink, it will not be diluted, maintaining the rich taste. continue reading
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Level4 2012-09-10
42 views
This place is one of my personal favourite haunts for lunch. Recommended by a fellow colleague, the Pan Mee in restaurant Wai Kwan basically marvelous.The pan mee is hand made, so most with pan mee. However, its just the texture of the noodle makes it really delicious. The texture of the pan mee is soft but firm, and smooth as well.The pan mee is also generously garnished with minced meat and fried anchovies. You can choose between the thick, thin or pinched noodles. Even for thick noodles, I have never eaten a noodle which is anywhere near raw at its crust.The broth also deserves a special mention, that it is flavourful with a combination of chicken stock and anchovies.This pan mee is served piping hot, as it is cooked in its separate pot once the orders are placed.There is the dry and soup version, in which I have no preference over as both are equally as nice. The portion is really huge too, even guys with great appetite gets stuffed after ordering a large bowl of this pan mee. continue reading
(The above review is the personal opinion of an user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)