Black Pepper Ban Mian
and Hot Green Tea
. I have never ordered anything with soup at this restaurant. This is because fried ban mian
can rarely be found, or it can only be found at Hometown Ban Mian, which makes me prioritize the different types of fried ban mian
available at this restaurant. Despite so, it was merely my second visit over here, and I ordered the same thing as my first visit.
Anyway, I like it. I would love it if it didn't worsen my throat's condition. It was filled with the fragrant of black pepper. As I put a few pieces of ban mian
into my mouth, I could slowly feel the slight spiciness. The level of spiciness was still acceptable. At least my tongue never went numb even after I finished my meal. Also, I love the fact that they cooked it together with capsicums, which have recently become one of my favorite food, and my all time favorite prawns. I totally enjoyed it.
Although I couldn't quite recall the name of this snack, it is recommended. It's sweet lotus seed paste covered with thin layers of crispy skin, perfect to be eaten after your meal, as a dessert. The filling was thick as well, unlike many other restaurants that tend to be too stingy to provide more, destroying the entire texture of the snack.
P/S: I am a person who loves most of the food made of flour. Thus, my review may not be applicable to anyone who does not really prefer food with thick flour.
Date of Visit: Sep 08, 2013 Other Ratings:
Value for Money 4