Sunday, January 17, 2016

Regulars

We have been dining at Green Curry Restaurant frequently to try out more items on their menu.

This delicious braised pork, scrambled egg rice set which comes with a drink costs MYR7.90 nett so it is value for money.

This ala carte bowl of 3 dumplings (3 sui gao only) costs MYR6.80 nett so at MYR2.26 per dumpling, I find it quite expensive and the taste is not that great so we are not going to order this next time.

18 comments:

  1. RM7.90 for that rice set is definitely value for money. I'd love to have that too.

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    1. Most of the set meals here are value for money so we are going to try all of them.

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  2. The rice set is so cheap, comes with drink also, can't get this kind of offer in SG

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    1. I read that in SG there is a place where you can get 3 sets of (1 toasts, 2 halfboiled eggs, 1 coffee/tea) for SGD5.40 only for all 3 sets. Can't get that here.

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  3. value for money. love asia. can't wait to have them all.

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    1. CNY will be here soon and you will be back so can eat all you want.

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  4. Ya, the rice set looks good, price reasonable...but the dumplings are really pricey. Only 3, where got enough for me? :(

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    1. There is an option for a bigger portion (6 I think) but at a higher price in total but on average cheaper than 3.

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  5. Pity that the dumplings didnt taste good.

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    1. Please don't get me wrong, they do taste good but just not great.

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  6. The set rice meal is value for money but not the sui gao. The restaurant is hoping the customers will order the cheap and not-so cheap items to even out the gain/loss.

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    1. You may be right so hopefully customers do order the not-so cheap items like I did here.

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  7. 1 RM is equivalent to 11Php which makes that dumplings more or less 25Php.. so yeah, with that value against that size.. i can say that it is indeed pricey .. so maybe it's all about the taste and quality???

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  8. Actually I find sui gao is being ridiculously priced nowadays. I think 1 sui gao probably has the filling of 2 or 2.5 wantons. But a bowl of 3 sui gao can cost more than a bowl of 10 wantons in most places. :(

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    1. Let's try to find reasonably priced sui gao.

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    1. For the braised pork set, yes it is.

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