Showing posts with label Taipan. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Taipan. Show all posts

Sunday, June 15, 2014

Wang Zi Prince of Chap Fan (Mix Rice) Subang Jaya Taipan USJ10

Chap Fan or Mix Rice is a very popular food to many workers, office staff, busy house wives and etc. All you do is to pick your dishes, pay at the counter and eat it. It is a fast, convenient and offers a lot of choices. Normally Chap Fan outlets are usually housed in coffee-shop. Due to this, the amount of space are limited, in turn the shop will usually offered a very limited choices of dishes.

At Wang Zi Chap Fan Prince located at 36, Jalan USJ 10/1B, Taipan Business Centre, Subang Jaya, USJ, 47620, there are more than 70 to 80 dishes which includes pork, chicken, vegetables, tofu, eggs which are cooked daily for you to indulge in. So, you will never need to worry about whether you will be able to find a dish or 2 for your lunch or dinner.

Some of the more popular dishes are as follows:

Pork cutlet in King sauce – sweet and tangy with tomato based sauce

Petai with Minced Pork – A new variation of Petai, which usually are cooked with sambal. Not really that spicy.

Braised Eggs with Chicken – The braised eggs have a herbalish taste.

Lion Head Meat Ball – Fried Minced Meatball

Sesame Chicken – Fried Chicken with sesame seed.

Assam Fish – Tenggiri Fish in Assam sauce – not too sourish

Braised Pig Ear

Curry Meatball - If you are one of those that loves meatball and curry.

Varieties of the Eggs Dishes

One of the main differences of Wang Zi, is that this shop only sell mix rice and it is very clean unlike the dingy everyday coffee shop where you had your mix rice. The layout is simple with chairs and tables properly arrange and brightly lit, so you can really see what you are eating.

Cost wise, it is reasonable of which a typical range is from RM5.00 to RM7.00 – depends on the portion and type of dishes that you take. More meat, large portion, cost is more. Here, they also provide complimentary soup and Chinese tea (hot or cold). By the way, To cater to the health conscious person, they do serve brown rice for an additional of RM0.50.

So the next time, if you are in a hurry and need to fill your stomach quickly, head over to Wang Zi for your no hassle, quick, clean and variety Chap Fan (Mix Rice).

Saturday, March 15, 2014

Famous Macao Pork Chop Bun At Tai Lei Loi Kei at Subang Jaya Taipan USJ 10 by Best Restaurant To Eat.

One of the most popular street food in Macao is none other than the Pork Chop Bun. Nowadays, we need not travel all the way to Macao to try out this famous Bun. 

We were invited for a food review session at this newly opened outlet Tai Lei Loi Kei located at 4A Jalan USJ 10/1J (Topspeed Business Centre), 47620 Subang Jaya, Selangor. The first outlet was opened at Lot 10 slightly more than a year ago and now have 17 outlet strategically located within the Klang valley.

These days, we Malaysian are very fortunate that many restaurants are bringing in popular foods from around the region i.e. you will have the opportunity to taste these fares at reasonable price.

At Tai Lei Loi Kei, they have a stringent rule to abide, the most important is of course is quality - meaning fresh produce and top quality ingredients. 

The signature buns are bake to reminiscent that of the original taste so baking it to the standard is top priority. Next, the frying of the pork chop is as important as the chef have been trained to ensure that every piece of pork chop are fried to the same intensity. This is to ensure consistency and same taste to the customers.

Before hand, these specially prepared pork chop are marinated in the central kitchen (with more than 10 ingredient) to maintain the quality and sent to each outlet where they will be fried on demand at that precise temperature and timing which I was told was 2 minute 40 seconds.

There are 2 offering of these bun that comes with the juicy and succulent pork chop namely the Signature Bun and the Polo bun. Personally, i preferred the Polo buns (another very popular Macao food) as it has that tangy soft flavor of the pineapple taste. The buns here are served Ala-Dante (no sauce like mayo or black pepper and so forth), so the Pork Chop really have to be good on its own. 

At Tai Lei Loi Kei, you can have your buns, noodles or rice served with add on of Luncheon meat, Ham, Cheese, Fish Ball and Fried Eggs.

Since, I was having buns, I ordered the Ice Macao Coffee to goes with the bun. Well, to me the coffee was rather plain and a little too sweet as I am used to the strong aroma and caffeine in my coffee.

Next, we had a different variation of the Pork chop i.e. Comes with Cantonese noodles (it looks like wantan noodles) but these noodles are made with duck eggs to ensure that it will remain springy and does not become soggy after cooking. 

We were told that they make 2 types of noodles i.e. one type for the soup which will not turn soggy after it is cook and simmered in the soup, while the others is for the dried (kon lou) type. Taste wise, I preferred the dry version as it was added with a special sauce i.e. Pork lard blended with soya sauce (I am feeling guilty now). This proves to be a winning combination and it really enhanced the overall taste.

For the rice wannabees, you don’t have to be disheartened, you can order your Pork chop with rice too. For the rice, the special sauce are sparingly coated over the white rice. 

Next, we tried out one of the side dishes which is the Macao Curry Fish ball . The curry taste was very pungent probably from too much of the curry powder and it was not very spicy. Garlic are used to flavor up the curry. Overall, so so. 

We had another try on the curry noodles instead, as this curry was flavored more for the local market. Yes, this was much much better than the other curry that was served earlier.

For Chicken lovers, you can have Chicken chop serves in the buns, noodles or rice too. 

Another side dish, is the Fried Macao Chicken wings. The chicken are also marinated in the same way as the pork chop, so taste wise, it is quite similar.

For desserts, we were served the Saw Dust Cake. Didn’t know we can eat saw dust too, but the saw dust here are actually biscuit crumbs which are crush to look like saw dust and henceforth it is called saw dust cake.

.To prepare this, the saw dust are put into 3 layers i,e, at the bottom, middle and top layers to provide you with variations and taste at each level. It comes in 2 flavors i.e the chocolate and the milk cream taste.