Sunday, August 9, 2015

Souper Tang

Caramel Ginger ToFu Fa - MYR6.90

Mee Suah with dried scallops and abalone slices - MYR15.90 - I am not sure whether it is mushroom abalone or real abalone. Passable dish

Double boiled chicken soup mee suah - MYR15.90 - I did not expect the bowl of soup to be such a small portion. Just passable.

Total Price - MYR57.85

Top floor of MidValley Mall - Souper Tang

38 comments:

  1. The one I went to is at KSL JB, Yours is at Midvalley Mall, nice food, nice ambience and reasonable price

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    1. The JB branch has different prices?

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  2. The Tofu Fa and abalone mee suah look good

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  3. it seems to be a nice place.. I love the atmosphere here and the food looks great too

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  4. My aunt would love this place, I'm sure. The daughter went with her to KL and she was grumbling on Facebook that they had herbal chicken soup at one of those i-places EVERY meal. So pissed off that she could not go and enjoy all the things she loved while she was there.

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    1. Your aunt and her daughter should eat different things at different restaurants.

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  5. Hi Mun, I love ginger caramel tofu fa. I love mee suah too but usually I take it with soup.

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    1. Me too. Usually eat with soup too.

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  6. I will like the doubled boiled chicken soup mee sua!

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  7. I like the mee sua with abalone. Something clear and not so oily.

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  8. Gosh, this is certainly my kinda food! My taste is more to Cantonese style tho I'm a Teochew :D

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    1. Is this Cantonese style? I myself am not sure.

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  9. Yummzz, that taufufa looks so smooth and sweet, must be very nice.. I think normally if I see those abalone slices in vege dishes, I would automatically think it's "abalone snail" slices or some kinda slice, but not real abalone, hehe..

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    1. I couldn't tell real or not but by its price must be not real gua.

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  10. I remember i went to their outlet in 1U, errr, once and just once.. :p

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    1. Means you don't like it? Sorry ah, I didn't leave comments on your posts though I did read them. Having difficulty leaving comments using my phone old browsers. Will leave comments this Sunday using my laptop.

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  11. I love double boiled chicken soup....but not with mee sua in it as noodles always mar the taste of the soup :(

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    1. Drink real soup must not have noodles in them. You are right.

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  12. I was a bit confused when I see the title, what Souper Tang. So this is how they call themselves in English now? It has been quite long since I last patronized them (for it has been quite long since I last traveled for work), it used to be just Tang Shifu.

    I never tried before the dishes that you had. Every time it was just poon choi or Buddha Jump Wall. Those were alright.

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    1. I think they use different names for accounting purposes. Same franchise. Tang Shifu outlets are still around.

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    2. I looked at your picture, the Chinese words still 汤师傅 Tang Shifu. I think not separate outlet, they just adopted Souper Tang as their English name now. Souper Tang = what used to be Tang Shifu, not different...

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    3. Hahahaha I didn't look at the Chinese words. I think in one u the English name is still tang shifu.

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  13. I have passed that floor many time and missed this new outlet. The menu looks interesting to me and I must try the Caramel Ginger To Fu Fah!

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    1. You must like to eat to fu fah a lot then.

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    2. I eat them quite often with lots of black sugar. I hope I won't get gout.

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    3. Gout is from eating too much meat right?

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  14. Oh I walked past this outlet before. Gave it a miss coz not into this very-healthy type of food.

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    1. I wouldn't categorize this restaurant under those serving very healthy type of food.

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    2. Not like Tang Shifu? Oh well still didn't attract me. :p

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    3. They are the same but I don't consider them as healthy food like organic places

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  15. Oohh..like Tang Shifu? I am not a huge fan of soup probably my mom cooks almost everyday (when I used to stay with my parents). Now I appreciate soup more.hehe

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    1. They are the same I think. Cantonese people like to drink soup.

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  16. I think it's real abalone but the ones from cans. :)

    I'm not a huge fan of soup though.

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    1. Ok so they are real. western soup? You like?

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