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I Like Taang Shifu!

I was given a special treat last night, a scrumptious dinner at Taang Shi Fu Restaurant in AEON Ipoh Station 1... we didn't plan to take our dinner but when we passed by this logo, it attracted us and we went in.... 
Is there a franchise in KL or anywhere else besides Ipoh? 
There was a queue waiting when we finished our dinner..
the ambience was not at all.. 
very "chinese-sey" if you know what I mean...
free appetizer...
sliced fresh guava with "kam pei"(orange skin)
the "black chicken" with wolfberries and slices of ginseng...
RM24.90
that comes with these condiments..
you can choose white rice or brown rice..
I opted for brown for health reasons.. hahaa...

Steamed aubergine with X.O. scallop sauce
Quite a large portion for both of us...RM13.90
I love this!
Fish Maw with Cod Fish in claypot...
A generous portion of fish maw....





this was my dessert...  
Snow Jelly with Gingko - RM8.90
(to improve my memory, if it ever does!)

I wouldn't mind coming here again next time..
Will bring my kids to savour some of the dishes here too..
Their Mi-Sua noodles looks good too.. must try...

As for last night, many thanks to TC 
for the exotic meal......




Comments

  1. Oh... I like this one! Been there twice, all the nutritious and healthy food.

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  2. Wow still that many people at Aeon ya?

    Have a nice evening!

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  3. You're into nutritious herbal soups? Should have taken you to try our Foochow ones here - the pek ting eyok and the char bee lau... I'm sure you would love those...

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  4. Taang Shifu has quite a number of outlets in the Klang Valley. Never been to this outlet but have been patronising Taang Shifu since the opening of their One Utama outlet.

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  5. Few years ago I tried in jj Melaka...
    I think tat is d originated from there ..
    My wife say tat is MSG soup... Lol
    D best soup still home soup...

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  6. nikel: so KL also got?


    hayley: weekend ma.. more people.. window shopping.. hahaha..


    stp: let me tell u ah, i love all chinese food one! anytime! :)


    pam: i want to try their misua one day...see nice or not.. saw a number of people eating that..


    simpleperson: but last night, I was not feeling thirsty wor... the ingredients are sweet enough.. ok, try one more time.. maybe next time might not be so nice.. hahaha...

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  7. nicey! always love chinese cuisine. :D and so nice get special treats eh!

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  8. Glad you enjoyed the eatery. I patronize once a while especially of late coz the resto ambiance is nice and with soupy dishes which are perfect for this current hot weather.
    +Ant+

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  9. Some of the best things are not planned...are on impulse!

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  10. Got in Klang Valley. But i dont go there cos they got durian dessert n the smell puts me off :(

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  11. I don't know why,I don't fancy all these eateries anymore,,,, those like O town and all these sifus sifus names,,,,I think they are overrated and overpriced too.

    sometimes hawkers food are so much better than these type of eateries

    hey have a great week ahead ya

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  12. they have it in KL, but I didn't go yet.. maybe one day la.. my family don't really like to eat at places like this.. they prefer 'tai chow' at all time..

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  13. Yes, a few outlets in KL and PJ but I think it's overpriced. Still, once in a while eating there is good! : )

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  14. Food looks good and very nutritious. Droolingggggggggg!!!!!

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  15. Just from the look of the vicinity, I could understand why you got easily attracted by the restaurant. Even more with its unique cultural meals with uncommon main ingredients. It's also accompanied with special condiments that helps on appetizing customers for more.

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  16. foongpc: i agreed with u. I tried before once it' the uptowna branch. Overpriced. Food so so only for uptown branch. some more waiter n waitress LCLY geh =X

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  17. Fong Lye is much more better than TaangSifu ^_^

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  18. Despite I have seen this eatery mushrooming in our town...but never been there even once..LOL!!

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