Tian Siang Hui Wei 天香回味

Cuisines Chinese

The reason they are charging for the soup, as opposed to most steamboat restaurants that provide it for free is that it was boiled with 60 all-natural ingredients (mostly Chinese herbs) without any MSG or food chemicals.

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Tai Lei Loi Kei Pork Chop Bun

Cuisines Chinese

Tai Lei Loi Kei is among the famous cafés in Macau serving the popular pork chop bun. *drooling* You have to order, pay and pick up your order at the counter. I have been there a few times and it does appear to me 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. When I was in Macau and Hong Kong, I was addicted to the polo bun so much so that I always go for polo pork chop bun in Tai Lei Loi Kei. Of course, it tastes more delicious if taken alone, but not a bad combination if you have it with the pork chop. I have yet to try the signature pork chop bun in Malaysia, but the one I had in Macau is quite good. It’s juicy, not heavily seasoned yet smelled and tasted good. The milk tea tastes just heaven. I doubt they use condensed milk same like what we normally have in Malaysia, and obviously it is one you shouldn’t missed. It tastes smooth, slightly milky but rich in flavour that goes so well with the tea. You can just tell the difference between their milk tea and the teh tarik with your eyes shut.

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