Ai Wei and I were out again for a hair-cut 🙂 Since she wanna give her hairstyle a different sophistication, I recommended her the place where I got my hair done. Since the saloon is only a walk way distance from South City Plaza, we headed there for lunch.
My second time at Xi-Men-Ting, I had a satisfying meal here during my last visit 2 years ago. That’s really long! To be hopeful that the food here taste as good as what I had in mind, my thoughts turned out fruitful 🙂 It was good.
Xi Men Ting. Does this sound familiar to you? A happening neighbourhood located in Taiwan, this district is also a popular gathering place for youngsters.
Well, from the name of this eatery, I assumed that they serve Taiwan delicacies and snacks.
Didn’t want to have a heavy lunch, we shared our orders. However, the portion served were huge! Just too adequate for the 2 of us!
A drink for 2: the Jasmine tea, a soothing thirst-quencher for RM2.50
A hunger after the reknown dumplings here, we had their Steamed Garlic Chives Dumplings (8 pieces) for RM8. Definitely affordable for this cute lil’ persuasion. The fillings were tasty and scrumptious. It surely complemented well with the smooth skin.
We girls were eyeing on the Chicken Drum Steak with Noodles in the menu at the same time. “Drum Steak“? it must be huge, I thought. And RM7.90 for this serving? Very affordable!
The chicken drumstick were served separately from the noodles. Apparently, when the big bowl of noodles were served upon us, I just thought that it was just the bowl that’s huge. Well, no. A large portion of noodles for us to share!
The yummy broth were overpouring the smooth textured noodles and along with the heaving of minced pork, simply flavoursome!
Here comes the “drum steak“! Succulent meat, that was fried till golden brown and affixed with aromatic and tasty coating of the chicken skin ;P Made me overlooked the calories count!
Another discovery of affordable food 🙂 Contented with ourselves! 😉
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South City Plaza,