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2015-07-11 306 views
Googled & further confirmed that the promotion, circulating in FB, is true & the same here, as it is ongoing in Malaysia. Coincidentally, it was the day of the promotion. So I persuaded Hubby to bring us here.The nearest outlet that I could recall was in East Coast. When we reached here, It was already 9 plus at night. The car park was rather packed but we didn't need to wait very long…Lucky for us!I liked the old town screen at the entrance. It was made up of a signage 舊街場 咖啡馆 (meaning Old Stre
The nearest outlet that I could recall was in East Coast. When we reached here, It was already 9 plus at night. The car park was rather packed but we didn't need to wait very long…
Lucky for us!
I liked the old town screen at the entrance. It was made up of a signage 舊街場 咖啡馆 (meaning Old Street Square Cafe) and tiers of nicely framed old handcrafted glass panels. A nostalgic touch, no doubt.
We were ushered to our seats as soon as we walked into the Cafe. The old-style wooden chairs were in tables of fours while some boxed-seats could accommodate up to six people and were mostly occupied. The service staff wore a "Selamat Datang" batch were friendly.
It took us a while to realize that we had to fill up the order chit on our own. We were told that two of the five promotional dishes had sold out. So we ordered three different dishes with one in double servings.
We were served their signature White Coffee in no time. The cold coffee was concluded as an acquired taste. But Hubby & I agreed that the hot coffee was thick, aromatic and sweet. It was thick but not bitter; aromatic but not overpowering and the light sweetness was from the creamy condensed milk. That was so old-schooled.
We liked it.
The Steam Minced Chicken Rice looked decent but was not convincingly palatable to us. Perhaps we were more used to the normal sized chicken pieces instead of the minced type.
Their Soup BBQ Chicken Wanton Noodles tasted great! Especially with the intended dribble of the good-old prawn oil just before serving…
The crunchy-skin, big, deep-fried wantons were soaking up the tasty soup as if it's timed to start as soon as the bowl hit our table!
The BBQ Chicken tasted juicy & sweet, you can see that the marinate was well absorbed into the meat. Yummy!
The noodles were cooked to al-dente but continued to absorb the tasty soup as we were slurping them up non-stop.
The noodle of the Dry Springy Noodles with Chicken Chop tasted like the dry Indomee with soya sauce; the chicken pieces reminded me of a certain fried street food named "小霸王" (one of my favorite fried chicken, which is no longer available). Every item in this dish complimented each other well. This dish tasted even better with the extra Balachan Chilli & the cut Green Chilli. We practically emptied the entire dish, not a drop of sauce left!
Our total bill was less than $25. That was really a Good Deal for 3 people!
This eatery has made it's way into My Good Book.
We would definitely go back to try the other dishes on the same day, next month!
Hope you will enjoy as much as we did.
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