Monday, April 29, 2019

WG Rice vs Noodle

Previously I have eaten this pork chop with rice at the Leisure Mall branch. This time I had it with noodles at MYR 16.90+ 6% SST = MYR 17.91 nett at the 3 Damansara/Tropicana City Mall branch.

After I have kept most of the pork chop for dinner, the braised minced pork is revealed. The noodles are broad and thick and tasty too. I believe these noodles are known as chopstick noodles.

My friend's braised chicken drumstick with rice at MYR 17.90+ (MYR 18.97 nett). She finished the whole bowl before I was halfway through my meal because she says that it is tasty and she was hungry. Rice or Noodles for you?

Taipei Taipei at 3 Damansara shopping mall.

22 comments:

  1. Definitely rice for me, I am a rice person. Rice will keep me full for a long time which is value for money, with noodles I get hungry after a short while.

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  2. Noodles for breakfast, rice for lunch.

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  3. Your friend's meal looked good to me. Must be yummy that she finished the whole bowl.

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  4. Both look good to me. If I am with hubby, I will order both to share and get to taste both rice and noodle. Lol!

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    1. rice and noodles are the base, their taste is mostly from the gravy.

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  5. I like braised chicken drumstick with the tofu and egg.

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    1. ah, you prefer chicken drumstick than pork chop.

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  6. After eating Korean food for 8 days, your food photos are such a welcome to my eyes!!! I love the pork chop rice.

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  7. I am not in Asia now and through this i miss our continent! Keep posting mun!

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  8. Oh I see that Taipei Taipei moved to 3 Damansara. Between rice and noodles, I seem to prefer rice :)

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  9. Cool! Have a lovely week, babe! xoxo

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  10. The noodles look dry in the picture but I am sure they are tasty!

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    1. ah, so you prefer gravy or soup with noodles.

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  11. Rice or noodle also can...

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