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Tai Lei Loi Kei (澳門大利來記豬扒包) @ Dataran Sunway,Kota Damansara

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(Closed Down)

When I did a research on places to eat in Malaysia for the pork chop bun of Tai Lei Loi Kei kept coming up. Even though I’m not a fan of this unique,I decided to give it a try when I saw their outlet in Dataran Sunway of Kota Damansara where I was always Around.





























This Place have been start operating on 23/07/2013 and I visit this place after 3 day ago is on 26/07/2013....






Tai Lei Loi Kei (澳門大利來記豬扒包) is the famous cafe at Taipa Village of Macau since 1968 and it has been serving the Signature Pork Chop Bun everyday to thousand of people. We didn't get to try it the last time we went to Macau so we were glad that we had the chance to try it in KL instead.






Their Signature Pork Chop Bun was fried with their special marinate sauce, absolutely tasty and juicy in every bite. Serving was big although I still think the price is a little high for a piece of pork chop and 2 pieces of bread. But I'd still recommend it to others...



The value set meal for signature pork chop bun goe…

Restaurant Goon Wah,Kuchai Lama

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Famous XO Fish Head Noodles & Claypot Loh Shu Fun


My friend Drag me to this place. As it was situated in Kuchai Lama, it wasn't too much of a hassle for me to go for breakfast. Restoran Goon Wah is supposed to be famous for their XO fish head noodles.
There was already a crowd at the restaurant upon arrival. I figured, the bigger the crowd, the better the food.but service was efficient and good. Even the food didn't take long to come




The fish head bee hoon (RM 13.90, Small) comes in a big clay-pot, definitely value for money.  Even the smallest pot is enough for two.  The fish has a crisp outer layer and it’s not oily despite that it’s been deep fried. The soup is sweet & sour, and less creamy, milky compared to other fish head bee hoon soup.The noodles seem to be home-made as I haven’t encounter this type of noodles elsewhere.  In terms of size, it is smaller than “lau shu fen”yet bigger than rice noodles.  Quite refreshing to try a different kind of noodle. The only exc…

Best Mango Sticky Rice in Patong,Phuket.

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The mango sticky rice was not too overly sweet or too overly flooded with coconut milk, what sets it apart was the sprinkle of sesame. It added another layer of coconut milk to the already perfect dish.



The sticky rice was moist and chewy and didn’t clump together. And the rice was warm too..I’ve never tried mango sticky rice served this way before but it was good. The thai mangoes were all so sweet and juicy and there was a good rice mango ratio as well.






There was alot of good comment from all around the world that visit this shop and filled all the space of the shop wall,seems like everybody knows about this sticky mango shop...hehe



Business hours starts at 12pm till late evening. Do take note there's only limited plates of mango sticky rice to be served, come early.
It Just opposite TIGER INN in a small shoplot...


address: Rat-U-Thit 200 Pee Rd,  Patong Beach, Phuket 83150,Thailand