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Monday, March 17, 2014

Tai Lei Loi Kei, USJ10, Taipan, Subang Jaya, Food Review

Last year in June, Tai Lei Loi Kei first opened up an outlet here in Malaysia with it's grand opening at Lot 10, Hutong Food Court:
http://www.ktheblogger.com/2013/06/layumcha-and-tai-lei-loi-kei-lot-10.html
Ever since then, it has aggressively expanded throughout the Klang Valley with a total of 17 outlets and is aiming to expand out of Klang Valley as well.

Over at Top Speed Business Centre in Taipan, USJ10, Subang Jaya, lies one such outlet as well:
And that was where I went for a food review to see whether the taste is the same as the one at Lot 10, Hutong.

A glance at the menu board shows pretty much the same as what is being sold at the Lot 10, Hutong branch. However, there is one new difference that I've not seen before and that is the add on of cheese, ham & luncheon meat also a breakfast set that only contain those items with the bun instead of the usual pork chop/chicken chop in it.

Once the arrival of the relevant party is complete, we started off with the barrage of food that came our way.

The ever famous Tai Lei Loi Kei Signature Pork Chop Bun:
Taste is consistent with the branch at Lot 10 which I clearly remember eating. It's priced at RM12.90. If pork is not what you fancy, they also have the Chicken Chop Bun for the same price.

If you feel that the bun is a little too plain for your taste, you can go for the Polo Pork Chop or Chicken Chop Bun:
The price remains at RM12.90 either way.

And here is what I was talking about that I found quite new to me and that is the choice to add on, Cheese, Ham, Luncheon Meat and Egg. Called the Four Heavenly Kings Pork Chop Bun.
I find that adding on the extra ingredients actually made it taste much better. I know their signature food may be the pork chop bun or you can even go with the polo bun but for me somehow eating it just that way will get me quick to a point where I just couldn't continue eating the pork chop anymore. However, when it's added these extra ingredients, it somehow whets my appetite and can easily eat it up with the pork chop.

There's also the Pork Chop or Chicken Chop to go with their noodles, be it dry:
 
Or in soup form:
Either way, the noodles are just as springy and firm, the way I like these kind of noodles. As you can see, you can also add on egg, luncheon meat and ham if you want. All depends on how you want those things. No fixed rule.

Here's their Curry Fish Ball:
Fish ball not bad. Curry somehow is a little too spicy for me. The fish ball goes great with the noodles. :D
But then, it won't be curry fish balls anymore. LOL.

Chicken Wings:
Can have it with the noodles or rice if you want.

Chicken Chop/Pork Chop with Rice and Egg and add on a luncheon meat:
Let's just say, you've tasted one, you've tasted all. It generally taste the same just different ways of how you want it to be. Whatever tickles your fancy, that's what you should order.

Fish Ball Curry Noodles:


Interestingly, there's dessert.
Chocolate and original flavor. Original is actually milk. There's loads of 'sawdust' on it that once bite on it, it tends to choke. The original is more lighter and creamier while the chocolate base is harder.

Full address:
4A Jalan USJ 10/1J (Topspeed Business Centre), 47620 Subang Jaya, Selangor

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