Taiwan is at the top of the list of the few countries that we MUST go some day in our lives. The main reason is that that country is famous for it's food. Now, with all the technology and how the world is improving, we don't only get to eat Taiwanese food in Taiwan itself. We already can have their food in our country. Honestly, the Taiwanese food is starting to conquer the food industry in Malaysia. Like the bubble tea, taiwanese desserts like Snowflake and not to forget their snacks like the XXL chicken and the mee sua that can be found in various stalls like Shihlin, Farmosa and Xiao Bar Wang, the stall that we are going to talk about today.
I ordered their Jumbo Set [RM15.90]. Their Jumbo Set consist of a bowl of Mee Sua with meat balls, one Tea Egg, Crispy Chicken and a drink of you choice, which you can choose from Flower Tea, Black Sugar Lime and Milk Tea. Let's start with their Mee Sua. Comparing to other Taiwanese stalls, the smell of the Mee Sua isn't as strong because they didn't use Oyster. They replaced it with meat balls. But we really like it. The consistency was good and the noodles were soft and the soup had the right amount of seasoning. With additional cilantro and a little chili paste, the mee sua tasted even better with a better aroma. Not to forget the amount of mee sua was so much, it can be shared for two people. For the Tea Egg, it was just average, nothing special. But I really like the drink we ordered! We had their Black Sugar Lime. It wasn't too sour. Had the right amount of sweetness. A suitable drink for a hot day.
This is their Crispy Chicken. Something really good about it is that, they do not fry the first. It's when you order, then they fry it on the spot for you. So when it's served, it's hot and crispy. It's really good, because the layer of the flour is really crunchy and crispy. It had the right ratio of flour and chicken. You know sometimes they have too much flour and too little chicken. This is really good. One more good thing is that it comes in small pieces. So you don't have to tear the chicken with our mouth and get our mouth dirty and oily.
I also ordered their Bento Pork Rice [RM10.90]. It comes with steam rice top over with fried pork, steam vegetables, half of the tea egg, salty vegetables and a piece of potato steamed with a certain sauce. The pork pieces went really well with the steamed rice, and the vegetable was not bitter at all, meaning it's fresh. The salty vegetable was a tit a little too salty. The potato tasted good, but it was a little cold already.
Date of Visit: Jul 14, 2012 Other Ratings:
Value for Money 3