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Shan Cheng Cry Jul 30, 2013   (Related Review)
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Categories : Malaysian

After the delicious meal I had a previous time, we came back to try this again! This time, the service was very bad. We called the waitress to come and clear the tables at least 3 times and they didn't even come. We had to bring it to them before they came as they weren't other empty tables to place the empty bowls.

We ordered the Ipoh Homemade Ginger Duck Horfun (Dry) - $7.50 or ($8.30 for set meal)

 
This duck was really hard! It was so difficult to pull the meat apart and the sauce was really really salty! I don't know what happened to this place but the standard of the food was atrocious! I read other reviews which said that this dish was not bad.. Maybe it's just this time round that they didn't cook properly or something

We also bought the Ipoh Golden Platter to share ($8 for large and $5 for regular).

 
We got the large sized one. There is the fried crispy cracker, fish balls, ipoh fried turnip and tofu. The most abundance one was the crispy cracker. It was quite crispy but it was very salty too! The fish balls were quite bad, it was difficult to bite through. You can dislodge the skin from the fishball itself which shows that it isn't really good. The tofu was hard at the side, not good. Lastly, the fried turnip. It turns out to be really hard to like the tofu, hard at the sides! I didn't enjoy it at all. It also tasted very sweet, taste more like sweet potatoes than fried turnip.

I didn't enjoy my trip this round. Service was bad, and food wasn't good either.
 
Spending per head: Approximately $16

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): Cry Jul 30, 2013   
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Categories : Frozen Yogurt

 

 
Nutella and original flavour. I felt that the yogurt tasted more like ice cream. The nutella flavour is a bit too sweet for me and it tastes more like chocolate to me than nutella (Hazelnut chocolate). The original yogurt doesn't taste that good to me either.
If i must choose between other brands of yogurt, I would go for those as I don't really like the concept of this weigh and pay kind of system, I won't know if they're cheating me or not. Plus, the girls manning the store are not friendly at all. I asked for the watsons discount but I didn't have my card with me and she said I can't be entitled to it. Then later, she told me that she didn't have 5 cents change and rounded off my amount... That's quite unfair to me. Am I supposed to get 1 more pump of yogurt like that?

The girls should go for some training and I think apart from the cute branding, there's nothing too good about this yogurt.
 
Spending per head: Approximately $6

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Normal Food Cry Jul 30, 2013   
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Categories : Dim Sum

I think Bao Today should stick to selling only Buns in their eatery and not try to diversify themselves.
I ordered the Beef Brisket Noodle: $6.80 and Deep Fried Golden Dumpling (6 pcs - $4.50)

 
This tasted normal. The beef brisket was not very soft and a little hard to chew. My mom ate it and it took forever for her to finish chewing one small piece. The soup is a little too salty for my liking. However, I must say that the noodle is springy which is the saving feature of this dish.

 
This fried dumpling is quite bad. The crispy part isn't crispy at all. It's like they left the dumpling there for awhile and was getting soggy. I had to remove the fried part and only eat the ate the fillings inside. At about $0.80 per piece, I don't think it's worth it.

As I've eaten their Baos before, which tastes phenomenon. I am utterly disappointed at their normal dishes and I've said, they should stick to selling the buns instead.
 
Spending per head: Approximately $12

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no... Cry Jul 30, 2013   
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Categories : Thai

Was rushing for a movie and the service staff were taking their own sweet time which infuriated me! I was a little anxious already and their slow-motion service was seen as twice as slow by me. Luckily the manager was all smiles and told me they're doing their best to whip up the dishes.

I ordered the SenLek Neua - $12.90 (Stick Noodle with Sliced Beef in Beef Broth)

 
It was quite.. bad. Luckily the beef was still soft and chewy and you can clearly see the small bits of beef floating around in the soup. But I prefer the Vietnamese version of it as this version really lack a distinct Beef noodle taste.
As I couldn't finish my meal and the movie was starting soon, I quickly asked the waiter to pack my food for me. Cue the slow motion music please. I was waiting with my bill in hand at the door when he hurriedly pass me my leftovers and apologized.

This dish was not very good, unless you want to try something for the sake of trying. But the service (but some staff) made up for it.
 
Spending per head: Approximately $13

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bad.  Cry Jul 29, 2013   
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Queued for this as I saw that there was a relatively short queue compared to the other stalls. I ordered this Bento Box Chicken set which cost $5.50. Felt that it was totally not worth the price as the chicken was dry and thin, the rice was also quite dry as they didn't add enough sauce and the cabbage was plain unappealing. Maybe my personal preference for eating softer cabbage but this one was really the crunchy type and I felt that it was raw. The egg was cooked nicely but due to the low amount of sauce given, it was equally dry.

 

 
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Spending per head: Approximately $6

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