We did not like the Har Kaw to be served with some Shallot Oil, we thought the Shallot Oil overpowered the entire dish and all we could taste was the Shallot flavor
There are variety of well presented dim sums that available to be order. There are also rice sets series here with local style of cooking available. The price of the food here are reasonable and with the elegant lion dance decoration surrounded
The Barbecue Chicken Noodles had a piece of barbecued Chicken topped... with some sweet barbecue sauces drizzled over it. When mixed with the noodles, the concoction becomes too sweet... almost like dessert.
If you do not take spicy food then Pork Broth Ramen would be your only option. The broth registered a rather bold meaty Pork-taste; the noodles were silky smooth but lacked of the al-dente texture. It was somewhat similar to Mee Suah. It comes in a hearty portion despite the wallet-friendly price tag
We were very satisfied with the food quality, leaving us with the deepest impression was the Tab Tim Krob. Aroi Thai Food's rendition has a little 'enhancement' than the traditional ones. It has many chew elements
Xiang Wei Desserts (香味甜品) is a small family business from Alor Setar.
Those ala-cart food from their menu is perfect for people like me who mostly dine alone, as steamboat will be too much for me to finish it alone.
his noodles stall does a huge verity of local noodles, what caught my eye was their Wan Tan, they have 3 types, Normal, with Prawn, and with Larger Prawns. We had a bowl of Wan Tan soup and a order of Wan Tan Mee, Delicious and Tasty, A good place for a pit stop, especially with children.
Here's the location.
Château33 was having fine dining buffet at RM88.00 nett per pax.