Char Siew, Siu Yuk & Soya Sauce Chicken Rice
Wen Ge Charcoal Delights does the usual selection of roasted meats. Above is their char siew, siu yuk and soya sauce chicken with rice. .
The char siew is very nicely roasted with nice sweet flavours and caramlised parts. It has half fatty and half lean parts. The lean parts is meaty and the fatty parts soft. The char siew is good! The siu yuk is soft and meaty with crispy skin. It has nice smokey flavours and is not salty. The siu yuk is good as well. As for the soya sauce chicken, it has meaty and moist meat with soft and smooth skin. Nice.
The meats are served with plain white rice that is firm. Some braised sauce is added on to the rice. An optional dried shrimp flavoured chilli paste can be added.
This serving of char siew, siu yuk and soya sauce chicken rice is truly enjoyable. Good!
3 Treasures Mala Noodles
Noodles is available as well. Above is their 3 treasures mala noodles which comes with slices of char siew, siu yuk and roast sausage.
The char siew is soft and meaty with nice sweet flavours. The siu yuk is soft and meaty with crispy skin, and the roast sausage has nice sweet flavours. The tossed noodles is firm and springy. It has nice seasoning flavours with a light tint of mala. Comes with some vegetables and crispy pork lard.
This 3 treasures mala noodles is very likeable. Thumbs up!
Wanton mee is served here as well. The tossed noodles is firm and springy with nice seasoning flavours. Comes with some lettuce and pork lard. You can also add your own dried shimp flavoured chilli paste to the noodles.
Fatty char siew is requested. It is soft and meaty with nice sweet taste. The fatty parts is good! As for the wanton, it has soft skin with decently flavoured meat filling. Comes with a bowl of light dang gui flavoured soup.
This wanton mee is good! I like it.
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