[Iridescent Food] Mak’s Chee Authentic Wonton

Hollaaa everyone! Introducing Mak’s Chee, famous with its 100-year old recipe from the Mak’s Family, is set to open its second outlet at Pavilion Elite, a new wing of Pavilion Shopping Mall to the public on 1st May, 2017 following the huge success of its first outlet which was opened at 1 Utama last year.  For those people that love Hong Kong wonton noodles, need not fly to Hong Kong anymore as Mak’s Chee has an outlet in One Utama and now, Pavilion as well!

The difference between Mak’s Chee authentic wonton with our local wonton noodles is that Mak’s Chee wonton is made out of 99% sea prawns instead of our local wonton using pork meat.

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Story of Mak’s Chee 

Mak’s Chee is a quick casual restaurant serving authentic Hong-Kong-style wonton noodles, using a 100-year old recipe from the Mak’s Family.  The Mak’s Chee recipe is originated from a street-side eatery in Guangzhou before World War II by Mr. Mak Woon-Chee, known as the King of Wonton.  The war brought the Mak’s Family to Hong Kong and Woon-Chee’s lineal descendants carried on the recipe and tradition since then.

From there on, the Mak’s name grew in popularity in Hong Kong and the “gold fish shaped” wontons and the special homemade noodles received Michelin’s Bib-Gourmand title.  The recipe was complimented by a long list of famouspersonalities such as the Former President of the Republic of China – Chiang Kai-Shek and Former First Lady Soong May-Ling, the infamous food critic Chua Lam as well as renowned American chef, author & TV host Anthony Bourdain.

Authentic Wonton Noodles

So, now that you know the origins of Mak’s Chee, Let’s move on with the mouth watering pictures of fooooood!

 

First of, presentinggg~~~ my favourite drink from Mak’s Chee,

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Mak’s Chee Champion Milk Tea

Absolutely love the taste of it. Rich in it’s milk tea flavour, one of the best I’ve tried. 🙂

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Noodle with Sweet & Sour Pork

Braised Beef Tendon/Brisket Noodle Soup

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Sea Prawn Wonton in Soup

All of their dishes are delicious, noodles texture are just nice for me. Tho I would have to say I really liked the Braised Beef Tendon/Brisket Noodle Soup… slurrrrppp !

That’s not all!

Yes, There’s more!

In conjunction with the opening of its second outlet, Mak’s Chee is introducing a new, delectable and authentic limited time promotional dish – Swiss Chicken Leg, to cater the busy working professionals, tourists and families alike.

Swiss Chicken Leg

“Slow-cooked with sweet soy sauce and a variety of herbs and spices. Btw, despite the name “Swiss,” it is unrelated to Switzerland, and indeed a local Hong Kong recipe” Gary Crestejo

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Deep Fried Wonton

mak's-chee-swiss-chicken-leg-with-rice    Swiss Chicken Leg Rice with Sunny Side-up Egg

Mak’s Chee is always currently having promotion for this dishes at RM9.90 per plate from 4th May to 31st July, 2017.

Apart from the promotional dish of Swiss Chicken Leg to commemorate the opening of business at Pavilion Elite, Mak’s Chee is also having a special Weekly Half-Priced (50% discount) Promotion!

  • Week 1: 4th – 10th May, for Signature Wonton Soup/Dry Noodle
  • Week 2: 11th – 17th May, for Beef Tendon & Brisket Soup Noodle
  • Week 3: 18th – 24th May, for Sweet & Sour Pork Dry Noodle
  • Week 4: 25th – 31st May, for Dumpling Soup/Dry Noodle

  

Ambiance: 8/10
Food: 7/10
Verdict: Great place to bring your family & have great bonding time 😉

Mak’s Chee Outlets

One Utama – 1Utama – Lot 311D, Level LG, New Wing (opposite Cold Storage)

Pavilion Elite- Lot 7.101.02, Level 7, Pavilion Elite (next to Toys R Us)

Mak’s Chee Facebook 

Opening Hours – Hours 11:00AM – 10:00PM

Contact- 03-7722 2788

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[Iridescent Food] Popular Taiwanese Milk Tea!

Hollaa everyone!

I’m back again with another new post. This time I would like to share with you a Taiwanese popular milk tea drink called Chun Cui He!

The other day, my boyfie and I went out for dinner with his friends to a steamboat restaurant at Kepong. So, after chit chatting & finishing our dinner his friend suggested to go to Mix convenience store nearby. We agreed and so we went… and once we entered boyfie immediately saw Chun Cui He milk tea!

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So we ended up buying them and boyfie says it is very delicious (he drank it before in Taiwan) so I’ve decided to try it too.

In Taiwan, these Chun Cui He milk teas come in a variety of different flavors such as Green Tea Latte, Sumiyaki, Mocha, Earl Grey Milk Tea, Oolong Milk Tea & many more! However, what we saw in the shelves that day are only Cafe au Lait & Green Milk Tea. 

Here are more pictures of me, very excited to try both flavors! <3

Cafe au Lait

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Sluurrrpps! After trying the Cafe au Lait, I really loved the rich aroma of the tea in the drink plus the smooth taste of the milk which comes with it is just soooo  flavorful & yumms! In my opinion, Cafe au Lait is suitable for  tea lovers & people who love the stronger scent of tea in their drinks.

Green Milk Tea 

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We then decided to try the 2nd bottle, which is the Green Milk Tea… After the first sip of the drink, I got hooked! This is definitely my cup of tea! I love it so much as the heavenly taste of the green tea & milk passed through my tongue, I fell in love with the rich, aromatic, full-flavored taste of the drink. You guys have to try this! especially this Green Milk Tea, really yums! 

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In the end, both my boyfie & I chose the Green Milk Tea as our personal favourite. <3

All of you please try it too! Let me know which is your favorite flavor & what are the flavors that you’ve tried? Comment down below & don’t forget to Follow me on my blog!

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