Tuesday, January 15, 2019

Full Want at Gardens

This is a new eatery at the Gardens Mall, same row with Ko Hyang.

Just order and pay at the counter and wait to collect your meal when it is done. All self-service.

This eatery is from Taiwan so they have this large photo of Taipei 101 on one of the walls.

Please click on the above menu for a larger image. Which item would you like to order from it?

Beef wrap combo at MYR 19.90 nett. A signature wheat black tea drink which I requested to be without any sugar so I find it very tasty with a strong wheat tea taste, a packet of sweet potatoes fries which is soft on the inside and very crunchy on the outside because it is coated in a thin layer of crisp solid syrup and the beef wrap.

No extra charges.

As it is quite hot when it was ready, I took it home before I ate it.

Cross section. The beef slices could be more tender and I did not like the mayo but I like the spring onion pancake so I will try another pancake wrap next time - the beef and egg wrap. Hopefully the homemade radish chili sauce is not too spicy for me.

20 comments:

  1. I am baffled as to what the name means.

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    1. The chinese name in Taiwan is 扶旺 (Fu Wang) - Wang means flourishing, prosperous.

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  2. Stp: it means full already still want to eat, proving how good the food is lol

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  3. Hmm. Heard of the Taiwanese street food and pancake is one of them. Sweet potato fries for me anytime.

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  4. What a name - Full Want. Perhaps it is a direct translation? The wrap looks similar to the sandwich wrap at Liang Sandwich Bar.

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    1. Yes, you are right! This pancake is much, much thicker and solid than the one at Liang Sandwich Bar.

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  5. Hmm fusion kind of place - doesn't look too attractive to me.

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    1. You should try the sweet potatoes fries!

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  6. I would want to order onion pancake too and I saw toast with chicken chop with peanut butter, strange combination

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  7. Really odd names to begin with. I guess that is one way to get you feeling intrigued. :)

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    1. As PH guessed, it is a direct translation.

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  8. Place looks nice, and food looks interesting.

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  9. I would love to try the different types of pancakes.

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  10. This place is interesting with the big wall poster.
    I am curious to try their pancakes!

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    1. Buy one to try when you are at Gardens Mall?

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