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Tai Lei Loi Kei is among the famous cafés in Macau serving the popular pork chop bun. It is located in Taipa, Macau. The bun is baked daily on a charcoal grill, making it crispy outside, soft inside, which is definitely one of the many reasons why it is so popular.Unlike the original café in Macau, which appears to be another typical Chinese coffee shop, the outlet in IOI boulevard is much modern looking and air-conditioned. In fact, it looks no different than the other self-service fast food re
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Tai Lei Loi Kei is among the famous cafés in Macau serving the popular pork chop bun. It is located in Taipa, Macau. The bun is baked daily on a charcoal grill, making it crispy outside, soft inside, which is definitely one of the many reasons why it is so popular.
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Unlike the original café in Macau, which appears to be another typical Chinese coffee shop, the outlet in IOI boulevard is much modern looking and air-conditioned. In fact, it looks no different than the other self-service fast food restaurants you have came across.

It is a family café that serves a limited but good enough selection for both adults and kids. There are several set meals available, like the signature pork chop bun, polo pork chop bun, noodles with pork chop or chicken wings, supreme pork chop rice, curry fish ball or chicken wings, that all comes with a drink at your choice of either coffee or milk tea. And you get to top up RM 3.50 for the sawdust cake aka serradura with any order of value set meal. You also get to add on cheese, ham, luncheon meat, chicken wing or fish ball for the different set meals you would order.
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Apart from the must-try milk tea and signature pork chop, you might also want to try serradura, a heavenly dessert that I like it so much.

I ordered a set of polo pork chop bun that comes with drink and top up a serradura, all in came at about RM 18. I'm glad they open a few outlets here, at least I don't have to fly all the way to Macau for my favourite serradura and pork chop bun.

Read more at http://relishbyrae.blogspot.com/2013/10/tai-lei-loi-kei-ioi-boulevard-puchong.html

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Iced Coffee and Iced Macau Milk Tea. To be very honest, they’re either tasteless or weird. The Iced Coffee was something that I would not be able to recognize if I did not look through the menu beforehand. It tasted like a cup of coffee mixed with something extra in order to enhance the taste yet it became a failure, and was served anyway.Polo Pork Chop Bun.Signature Pork Chop Bun.Both of them were similar. The pork chops were harder than expected, to the extent that I actually got tired of biti
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Iced Coffee and Iced Macau Milk Tea. To be very honest, they’re either tasteless or weird. The Iced Coffee was something that I would not be able to recognize if I did not look through the menu beforehand. It tasted like a cup of coffee mixed with something extra in order to enhance the taste yet it became a failure, and was served anyway.
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Polo Pork Chop Bun.
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Signature Pork Chop Bun.

Both of them were similar. The pork chops were harder than expected, to the extent that I actually got tired of biting when I was still far from finishing my meal. The bun for Signature Pork Chop Bun was crispy and hard, creating yet another disaster for my meal of the day. The only thing I would prefer was the polo bun, because it was softer with some slight sweetness in it.

As I walked out of the restaurant, I turned to my boyfriend and said, "I might return to this place again, only if I am really, really, really hungry, looking for a quick meal, and coincidentally passing by this area."
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I personally love their Macau Pork Chop Bun as the pork chop has been marinated well with a bit of garlic taste. The pricing a bit pricey for my liking but nevertheless the overall quality of the food still beats those other "international" burger joints. The plus point is that the pork chop is way bigger than the bun and it serves like a hot dog wrapper I heard their Pork Chop Noodle (egg noodle) is not bad. Gonna give it a try on my next visit
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I personally love their Macau Pork Chop Bun as the pork chop has been marinated well with a bit of garlic taste. The pricing a bit pricey for my liking but nevertheless the overall quality of the food still beats those other "international" burger joints. The plus point is that the pork chop is way bigger than the bun and it serves like a hot dog wrapper
I heard their Pork Chop Noodle (egg noodle) is not bad. Gonna give it a try on my next visit
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Pork bugerActually can say that, Puchong is the 2nd branch in Malaysia, the 1st branch in Lot 10 there. It's with something pork from Macau, actually not just Pork burger but also have Pork rice, Pork noodles, or others Pork dish. Seriously not really have many pork shop in Malaysia besides Ninja where is Halal that Malay cant have this type of food. But really can have try it, it quite juicy and big but there have a limited seat unless you seat outside without fans.
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Actually can say that, Puchong is the 2nd branch in Malaysia, the 1st branch in Lot 10 there. It's with something pork from Macau, actually not just Pork burger but also have Pork rice, Pork noodles, or others Pork dish. Seriously not really have many pork shop in Malaysia besides Ninja where is Halal that Malay cant have this type of food. But really can have try it, it quite juicy and big but there have a limited seat unless you seat outside without fans.
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