Thursday, July 5, 2018

GS Revisit for Discount

We went back to Mak's Chee for more tasty dishes.

This is the only rice dish available at Mak's Chee restaurant for a limited period so we ordered it to try at MYR 12.90+ (10% service charge = MYR 14.19 nett). They provided black soy sauce served separately in a small container and after tasting it, my friend says that the quality is very good. A satisfying rice dish.

We ordered both the Hot Champion Milk Tea (MYR 5.39 nett) and Champion Milk Tea on a bed of ice (MYR 8.69 nett). I prefer the hot version because the taste is thicker and it is smoother though I am sure they are both the same but the coldness affected my taste bud.

This time I ordered beef brisket with sui gao dumplings with thin noodles (dry, small portion) at MYR 16.39 nett but the sui gao could not be seen.

Found the sui gao dumplings under the noodles and there are two of them. The beef brisket just melts in my mouth and is so tasty.

A bowl of broad noodles with beef brisket and tendons (soup, small portion) at MYR 15.29 nett for my friend. The rest of the dishes we ordered look the same as before so I did not take photos of them. They taste just as good.

Thanks to the 15% store opening discount, the bill is only MYR 94.65 nett for 6 dishes and 2 drinks making it an average of MYR 11.83 per item. After this 2nd visit, I have decided that this will be my regular go-to-eatery for beef brisket and tendon.

18 comments:

  1. I like the rice with the luncheon meat and runny eggs, 3 pieces of luncheon meat some more, looks satisfying

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    1. The portion is big enough for you too.

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  2. What rice is that? Luncheon meat double egg? Love those egg yolks. I wonder what luncheon meat they use. Some brands are very expensive.

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    1. Yes luncheon meat double egg rice. we did not manage to find out what brands that they use.

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  3. 2 eggs on top of the rice? I like the look of the yolk. Hehe.

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  4. I didn't noticed it has opened in MV. Will go try out!

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    1. do go try before 8 july for the discounts.

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  5. After all the discounts, it sure is a deal to eat there!

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  6. Good they give discount.. the noodles with briskets looks good from here too!

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  7. I really like the look of the fried eggs served with the rice, the yolks are runny. I must make it a point to visit the outlet at 1-U.

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    1. you can eat both this rice dish and one small portion of wan ton mee when you go because the portion of each is not that big.

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  8. I must try this bowl of broad noodles with beef brisket and tendons. It looks like a similar Thai dish.

    I read up about Mak Chee's place of origin in Guangzhou where the finest noodles are well known. I will plan to explore the food in Guangzhou someday.

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    1. you will be very happy eating all the exotic food in Guangzhou.

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  9. Hehe tastes that good huh. :) Not a single bit of green to be seen.

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    1. Good for people who do not like to eat greens! :D

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