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Forever Chinese  🍚🍜

Forever Chinese 🍚🍜

Featuring Tsui Wah (Clarke Quay), New Rong Liang Ge Cantonese Roast Duck (Queen Street), Nerdy Noodles, Shi Jian Hot Pot (Suntec City), 33 Vegetarian Food (Teck Ghee Square Market & Food Centre), The Food Inn (Esplanade Xchange)
Dilys Lim
Dilys Lim

Hands down my most favourite char siew and roasted pork rice place!

At just $3, you get what you see in the picture. The meat were tender and savory while the sauce and chilli perfected it.

It's a must try if you're in the area.

Ordered the vegetarian set meal ($6.80) and curry chicken ($4.50) from the 33 vegetarian.

Steamed "chicken" was reaaaaaally good and I liked how the curry was thick and not watery.

Definitely going back again!

This is a must try for hot pot lovers πŸ₯˜

Its my third time here and I'm definitely coming back again.

Ordered their popular mala spicy soup (for the third time 'coz it's really good) and healthy mushroom soup base.

Service was quick as usual and the food came fast. All the vege, meat and seafood were really fresh too!

Just one thing, you'll always have to get a staff to help you check out your orders after selecting. Other than that, its great.

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We ordered a couple of other dishes to try such as the

- king prawn XO sauce noodles ($11)
- wonton soup ($8)
- beef brisket soup with noodles ($10.50)
- chicken curry ($11)
- pork chop with fried rice ($13)

as well as the unmissable crispy bun with condensed milk ($4 for 2 half buns) accompanied with tea.

While all of the food were tasty, I personally liked the chicken curry best and of course the XO sauce for the noodles (really good!). The spring roll fish soup was okay, light but nothing special - although the fish spring roll tasted different from the ones outside. Condensed milk bun was really savory (take it while it's hot!). The milk tea was okay as well, we had to add our own sugar.

Overall, the service of Tsui Wah was really quick as we did not wait too long for our food to arrive. Though I wouldn't give it a 5 stars, you should still give it a try when you're in the area.

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I really liked the concept of the colourful sign boards and decorations which were bursting with life. This was one of the reason which diverted my attention from other restaurants.

My friends and I customized 2 bowls and ordered 1 'Tai Koo Boy' to try. Since I am a HUGEEEE fan of spicy food, I customised my order of signature spicy curry soup along with eggs, white radish and bean curd puff. Wanted to try the pork knuckle but it was out of stock :(

Though the soup was light, I would say that I was disappointed as it was only lightly spiced. Not quite the taste I was expecting.

Tried some of Tai Koo Boy and it was not too bad while the chicken soup was too light (again).

My verdict: Although reasonably priced around 8.80++, I will not be here returning any sooner, and will probably try out other selections if I do

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For a starter, this bowl of goodness is only charged at $3.50

Disclaimer: it was my first time ordering and I was really expecting just a simple meal of kuay teow with a few fish balls / fish cake thrown in and at most, some minced meat like any other - but this came instead.

The factor which made this soup stand out was the generous amount of ingredients added. Especially the white radish which was uncommon (I love it!). Other toppings such as the fried pork lard and fried onions enhanced the overall flavour as well.

Honestly, the amount of kuay teow given is more than your usual portion, so inform them beforehand if you want a smaller serving ☺ other than that, I find the soup a tad oily but will still recommend nevertheless.

Go for this option if you want a nice bowl of hot soup to comfort you on a rainy day πŸ₯£

*You can find this from the Penang food store

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