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Review (1)
Level2 2016-02-04
Munch...that's a very catchy name for a coffee shop. At Munch, you literally get to munch on Asian and Western food. In that particular day, my dad, uncle and I visited the shop and ordered Chinese/Taiwanese food. Chicken Mee SuaDad loved it. He said the soup was rich in flavor (the wine was thick) and the chicken thigh was soft and tender. The mee sua was boiled to just the right texture (it can be a little tricky with mee sua, some people tend to overcook the mee sua making it very mushy and gooey but at Munch, this was not the case. The texture was just nice and right)The handmade noodle with minced meat & handmade noodle with wontan Unfortunately I didn't quite like the noodle. My uncle who ordered a similar dish had the same comment. The noodle dish was a wee bit too salty for our liking. And the noodle felt alot like a mee jawa wannabe. The minced meat and wontan were the only saving grace. I wouldn't recommend this dish for those who do not like salty food.Bubur Chacha Ahhhhh....the all Malaysian favourite....the great baba nyonya dish. This dish gets my approval. It was served chilled with a generous amount of yam and sweet potatoes with extremely thick coconut cream....mmm...mmm. Not too sweet and very refreshing and filling. Definitely a must try. Munch also serves a variety of finger food like bagels, croissants, sandwiches which I have yet to try. But friends who have tried them all said that they tasted great so I guess I'll be coming back again to see how good their sandwiches are.  continue reading
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