Monday, July 21, 2008

WONTON @ THE DUMPLING TEAHOUSE, JALAN FOOCHOW, SIBU

Wonton With Hot & Sour Soup

On the second visit I thought I'd better try something different from the last order, even though we ordered the obligatory beef noodle. I had the wonton in hot and sour soup. The skin of the wonton is self-made, as obvious from its thicker wrapper. Also its filling is ampler than the meager Foochow wrap. The soup is like the Szechuan hot and sour soup, albeit minus the hot stuff.

My brother, who was back on his school break, took the trouble of flipping the Wok Tiak over from its seared sides for photographic purpose; I think they look better ugly side up. Btw, the lady serving us said that some of the customers complained on the noodle's price compared to the good ol' Kampua. How does one prosper in this town beyond the Kampua?

WokTiak & Beef Noodle Soup

2 comments:

suituapui said...

Is there such a place here? Gee! Must go to town more often...instead of just loitering around my area. You did not give your verdict. Nice or not? Worth going? How much did it cost?...Don't wanna go all the way if it's not worth it.

Kong-Kay said...

check out the earlier post on this place, with a photo of its menu card. if they are not nice, this won't be a second time. taste is subjective...

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