Friday, April 16, 2010

Xian Ding Wei Taiwanese Tea Room 鮮定味台灣茶坊

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Recently made way for the new outlet in Queensbay Mall and now the new neighbor for Sakae Sushi that located at 2nd floor on the Central Zone. Guess who is this?? It has also featured in HoChak program in TV8 also.

Yup!! That’s right!
Xian Ding Wei is the new outlet right now that occupying the former Swenson’s unit in Queensbay Mall. It offers all Taiwanese local food like 3-cup chicken, Oyster & Large Intestines Vermicelli, Beef Noodle, etc. You don’t need a passport to travel all the way to Taiwan to savor the authentic Taiwan food, but instead with what Xian Ding Wei offers, that could definitely satisfy your gluttonous instinct.

What’s make known to many people about Taiwan is 3 cup chicken (三杯雞), well at least for me it does. 3 cups is actually the sauce that use for cooking this dish, for example soy sauce, sesame oil, sugar and added basil leaf, that’s why it named after it.

Variety of meal sets for customers to choose from. They even offer mini Monk Jump Over Wall (迷你佛跳牆), mini steamboat, and so on.

I’ve been there twice, and still find the food there interesting. But I would have to alert all that it’s rather pricey.

If you like to know further about their menu, do hop to Cariso Delicacies Corner for more detail.

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Appetizer - Spicy Dumplings (紅油抄手, RM7-90)

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Oyster & Large Intestine Vermicelli (, RM7-90)

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Champagne Pearl Milk Tea (香檳珍珠奶, RM4-90)

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Pan Fried Fish Set + Braised Pork Rice (椒鹽煎魚排套餐 + 滷肉飯, RM18-90)
** All meal set are come with the Soup of the Day, either Steamed Rice or Braised Pork Rice, Appetizer, Dessert, Pickle and Vegetables.

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Rosebuds w/Wintermelon Tea (玫瑰花茶, RM4-90)

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3-Cup Chicken Set + Steamed Rice (台灣三杯雞套餐, RM18-90)

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Sweet & Sour Pork + Braised Pork Rice (糖醋咕嚕肉套餐 + 滷肉飯, RM17-90)



Address & Contact Number
鮮定味台灣茶坊
2F-50-51 Queensbay Mall
100 Persiaran Bayan Indha
11900 Bayan Lepas, Penang
Tel: +604-6461 332
Fax: +604-6468 332

12 comments:

ai wei said...

i think i was here just now but categorized under the fast food chain of this xian ding wei :) it was in sg wang

cariso said...

At last one restaurant serving taiwan cuisine has set foot at Queensbay but kinda taken back by its price. :)

thenomadGourmand said...

oh yes..lotsa branches here in KL but food was so-so only..
But good to see more food chains opening in Pg! ;)
Soon Pg will be jz as vbrant as KL

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mimid3vils said...

food so similar with Fong Lye :)

meiyi said...

it's expensive........
and i think it's really not worth paying that price..

taufulou said...

ahh..so finally 1st tw restaurant in pg..in a mall~

i don know in kl, i find this restaurant so so only..maybe might give it a try when back to pg~

uLi.佑莉 said...

Yummylicious leh ^^

Big Boys Oven said...

love every photo you post, beautifully classic, every one does tell a story! :)

allie said...

I tried this restaurant twice, but is not amaze by the taste of the food... too bad huh..

YC said...

hi, i stumbled upon this blog while food-place-searching. Just want to chip in some of my thoughts here.

I've patronised this joint before & I agree that the price is too steep, while the taste & quality is below my expectation.

However, their staffs are polite & courteous though. At least there is a plus point.

New Kid on the Blog said...

Hi Ai Wei, well, I categorized as Chinese Fast Food Franchise. Hahahaha

Hi Cariso, no harm trying, right?

Hi nomadGourmand, I doubt.

Hi mimid3vils, is it so? I believe as it’s from Taiwan mah!

Hi Meiyi, depends how you look at it. Think positively, they need the money to pay the rental.

Hi Taufulou, KL has a few branches in fact.

Hi uLi.佑莉, have you try it?

Hi BBO, thank you!!

Hi Allie, maybe is the acquire taste.

Hi YC, some finds it ok, some not. It’s depends on luck. I guess??