Thursday, September 4, 2014

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*Picture courtesy of Suituapui*

We were here last weekend for a simple Chinese dinner. Thought the food was good the first time we were there so we came back for more of its dishes. 

I did not know what hubby ordered in the first place as I were busy with the baby. But when the food came after about 15 minutes of waiting, it had never surprised me that he ordered his favourite dish, ie sweet boneless pork chops. We quite liked them as the chops were tender and the sauce was not too sweet. Great dish to go with white rice.


Another family favourite. Claypot soft beancurd with mince and salted fish. Tasted good, and salted fish was not too overwhelming.

And we had its chai poh egg (dried turnip omelette). Tasted just as an omelette supposed to taste like.


Lastly was a vegetable dish. Yew chai cooked with fermented bean paste (fu chu).  Very big portion of vegetable but we enjoyed it anyway.


It was a pleasant dinner and not expensive at all. Plus 4 glasses of drink, the bill only came out RM48.10! So I only had 2 words to describe this place....CHEAP and GOOD!

12 comments:

suituapui said...

Rose: 2...STP: 2....we've both been to this place twice each now. Never gone there for dinner though. :D

Sharon D said...

Hah! That is reallyyyyyy cheap!! I don't whether traveling to Sibu or Kuching would be more exciting now..lol

Rose said...

Both. Different city, different food experience. Let me know when you are flying over.

Hayley said...

Chai poh egg is good, I can never say No to that, hehe!

Billy Toh said...

Wow! It's very cheap! Thanks for sharing!

ChrisAu said...

I always miss the foochow chai poh. It's really nice and I always ordered that whenever I was in Yong Peng, a foochow town nearby JB.

Rose said...

Foochow chai poh? Didnt know there is such dish. Thought the egg dish is generic...

Somewhere in Singapore said...

All the foods there looks good...

Small Kucing said...

very cheap leh. average only rm10 per dish. Yum

Emily Tang said...

i like Chinese dish very much
especially those with claypot
MY-Emily

Azura Chan said...

Looks like a homecook dishes. 😊 Have a great weekend ahead!

mun said...

One of the few pork dishes that I like is this Chinese style porkchop. It is something like pai kuat wong here. Price is really attractive.