The highlight of the dinner would be the Chinese cabbage pork dumpling. The dumplings were served half way through the meal and the soup was hot. Good timing to have it like we just started the meal. The dumplings were juicy and it went out with the black vinegar. Too bad Xiao Man did not provide shredded ginger to add into vinegar. The dumplings were good and have decided to just order dumplings only during our next visit 🙂
XiaoMan DumplingsLocation: 1Utama Shopping Centre, Bandar Utama, Selangor, MalaysiaThere are many Taiwanese restaurants around. This restaurant’s food is qui...
Churros dengan perisa Cinnamon, cheese dan coklat RM4.90 setiap satu
Chicken Ham Rice Noodle (RM14.90) Comment: A healthy meal with huge portion of chewy rice noodles, thick slices of chicken ham and fresh vegetables. Very filling.
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Yummy yummy yummy in my tummy. The kind of food I can have for lunch every day. Coz it’s tasty and not overpowering. You know some food is SO delicious and rich, you can only eat it once in a while? Noodle shack is not like that. It’s good, homey, everyday food. Overall: 4/5
We opted for the Hanoian Coffee (RM13.90) – coffee with condensed milk. If you know (and love) Vietnamese coffee – they are usually super “kau”!
We back here for another coffee shop adventure. In my acknowledgement, they have 2 known outlet, one in One Utama, Damansara and another in Empire Gallery, Subang Jaya. Not that I’m a coffee whisperer, but theres liking to it. So bon appetite.
The last time there, we also tried their Croissant with Condensed Milk (RM6.90). Happy to say, quality remains consistently good. Simple but a nice light bite to go with coffee…
Opened in late December 2020, local Cong Caphe franchise holder Peter Tan reveals the second outlet ID is based on a textile factory from Vietnam’s bao cap or subsidy period. Hence the decorative elements feature multiple tiers of vintage sewing machines and glass-topped tables strewn with oversized thread spools.