Friday, October 17, 2014

Sweet Bean

At about 5.30pm, we were looking for a place to have dinner around this area and none of our usual eateries were ready to serve dinner yet so we ended up at this dessert place.

I chose to have dessert for dinner since this is a dessert place. A combination of peanut paste sweet dessert soup and sesame glutinous rice balls in ginger sweet dessert soup - MYR4.80 - good for sharing. 

My spouse decided to have this stew beef noodle - MYR12.90 - quite decent I would say although it does not look good.

My spouse also ordered this water chestnut sweet dessert soup (hot) - MYR6 - there are barley, mung beans and lotus seeds in it too. We finished eating the ingredients in it but did not finish drinking the sweet soup.

Interior

Shop front - same row with Ipoh Chicken Rice in Sri Petaling and their service charge is 10% with no govt. tax.

20 comments:

  1. Tong Chi Dao... nice name for the shop XD

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    1. Now who says didn't study Chinese school cannot read Chinese? You proved them wrong!

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  2. So you only had peanut paste and nothing else? Haha that bowl of noodles look a bit mm hoi wai, a bit watery and soup looks bland, but that stewed beef look alright to me.. I can eat it la, no issues..

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    1. They shouldn't have put so much soup. It is not bland. I ate a piece of beef too.

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  3. haha.. once again Mun and your spouse are too early for dinner!! hmmm, I think you are actually an early kind of person huh?? to work you always reach office half an hour before the office opens.. and even makan also you are ahead of the eateries opening hours!!! hehe~~ :p

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    1. But sometimes early bird catches no worm. :(

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  4. oooh I love those tong shui.. yes, the peanut, the glutinous ball, the water chestnut.. yes, all three of them, I am a tong shui person, haha!! and the stew beef noodles look good too.. only your spouse ordered but not you?? :)

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    1. I eat tong sui is enough already. No need to eat main meal.

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  5. Stew beef noodles look great, who says not good!!! Love the dark colour and the thickness of the gravy. Drooling!!!

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    1. The menu says uses New Zealand's beef.

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  6. Sesame glutinous rice balls in sweet ginger soup...mmm.....anything with ginger...I like :) How is it you always manage to get a shot of the interior with no people in it? I can hardly do that.

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    1. Go way too early to eat your meals. That will do it.

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  7. I like stewed beef noodles but am not too fond of the peanut paste dessert soup.

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  8. I have been to Sweet Bean few years ago...Surprised to see that the place hasn't changed much & still looking new (just like it was first launched). The tong sui there not bad, the level of sweetness still can pass my tastebud (not sure about now).

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    1. You mean sweet enough for you or just sweet enough for you?

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    2. normally those tong sui that were sold elsewhere tends to be too sweet for me. For this outlet, it is sweet enough (at borderline before classified as too sweet).

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    3. Then it is still the same as I can't eat too sweet tong sui and the fa sang wu is just nice for me.

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  9. I used to hang out at that outlet to yum Cha with friends before many other cafes sprouted around. So much sweet memories!

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    1. Really!? Now you have moved on...

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