Thursday, August 2, 2018

Nana Midvalley No More

"Xiǎo zhū zhū" that replaces Panchos at Midvalley Mall is finally open for business.

Looks like they serve pretty good dishes. I will try out this place soon. Please click on the photo above for a larger image.

I am so sad to know that Nana's Green Tea at Midvalley Mall is no more. I remember seeing it opened for business here back in April 2014 and I have many satisfying meals there. Now it is going to be replaced by a Fast Gourmet Pizza eatery. 

They have yet to remove its name.

These are the two eateries that are replacing Souper Tang, Midvalley: Liang Sandwich Bar and Awa Mee Bar. Google tells me that Awa Mee Bar is owned by Souper Tang and that Liang Sandwich Bar is Jay Chou's favourite sandwich bar in Taiwan. Let us see how long these eateries will stay as Nana lasted about 4 years and 3 months.

20 comments:

  1. What a pity that no more souper tang and nana green tea at midvalley, i thought their food was good

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    1. They are still available at other malls so it is ok.

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  2. Not bad, at least it lasted quite a while. Times are hard but I don't think I've heard of any eating place closing down here.

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    1. They are still available at other malls.

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  3. So many shops closed ovre there and new ones come in. Good that you can try new eatery.

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  4. so many shops closed and replaced with new ones...

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    1. I think they may be looking for higher profits.

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  5. We also see eateries come and go. The good thing is we get to taste new things.

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  6. The one at 1-U also closed before I got a chance to try their food :(

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    1. Nana is still at Pavilion. Can go there to try.

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  7. Definitely love to try, dear. xoxo

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  8. Oh no! There goes another Nana. Tata to them. You really kept track of their business that lasted 4 years and 3 months! Hope the new ones would stay long.

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    1. Hope the Nana at Pavilion can last longer.

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  9. I've not dine at Nana's eventhough I walked pass them quite frequently at 1Utama. I wonder if they are still there coz if they are, I really should try them out in case they decide to close that one too.

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    1. Nana at 1u closed before this one but you can still go to Pavilion to try the Nana there.

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  10. Food business is competitive. Looking forward to your review of little pig-pig.

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