Saturday, November 1, 2014

Tai Lei Loi Kei Macau

Succulent Pork Chop of the famous Macau Pork Burger Place named Tai Lei Loi Kei now available in KL since a few years ago.

The very springy wan ton noodle. We ordered this set of wanton noodle and pork chop to takeaway for MYR12.90++

This is the outlet in the Gardens Mall adjoining the MidValley Megamall. There are many outlets now. Those that I know of  are at Hutong Food Court, Lot 10; Sri Petaling and Puchong.

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  1. Gardens? Newly-opened, I see. The flowers are still fresh. Wasn't there when I went last year.

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    1. Opened this year. This photo was taken a few months ago.

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  2. I've only eaten Macau pork burger at Mongkok char chan teng..Seldom go to Midvalley because of the kids and all.. But will try this place if I go there..

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    1. Sri Petaling has an outlet near the store.

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  3. Been to Gardens on my last trip to KL this year. Lovely mall. That pork chop sure looks tempting. Will try it out if go there again.

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    1. This pork chop is well marinated.

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  4. Okay, now I can strike Macau off as a must go place :D

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    1. Because the only reason I had to want to go to Macau is for the pork burgers. I'm not interested with their casinos..

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    2. I have not been to Macau. My spouse said the pork burger he ate at Lan Fong Yuen, 2 Gage Street, Central Hong Kong tasted better than this Macau pork burger. Have you tried that pork burger?

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  5. oh, they are now in The Gardens also?? call me *jakun* but i have not tried that before, and i didn't know they also have wantan noodles.. i've just tried their pork chop bun when i was in Macau, errr, okay okay to me only lah actually..

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    1. Seems like you don't quite like pork?

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  6. Good pick...the wantan noodle with pork chop is the more 'edible' choice here. Overhyped initially (I think)....but the hype has since died down! In fact, the one in my neighbourhood closed in less than a year (and I heard they closed some other branches as well)!
    http://eatwhateatwhere.blogspot.com/2014/03/tai-lei-loi-kei-pandan-indah.html

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    1. Let me go and check whether the sri Petaling branch is still there or not.

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  7. If I am not mistaken there is one near my office. I am not sure if it is still there.

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    1. My friend told me that the Sri Petaling outlet has closed just recently.

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  8. I didn't know they're open there!

    Thanks for sharing Mun! :)

    I've had the original in Macau, would love to try it again. It seems like a lot of F&B places like this are opening up in KL e.g. Tim Ho Wan dim sum and Nobu.

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  9. Goody, no need to go Macau to eat. Like every time I go to Canton-i, I order away despite the high prices coz I think I'm saving on the airfare to HK!

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