Taiwan is a country that I have always wished to visit but haven’t got the guts due to my imaginary language barrier. Therefore, it was a delight to find out that while I couldn’t go to Taiwan, Taiwanese cuisine has come to me, at Resorts World Genting.
Owned by a Malaysian-Taiwanese lady, Taiwan Little Chef is not a new brand. Actually, the owner used to operate a stall at the First World Hotel food court for more than ten years. Currently, Taiwan Little Chef has sister outlets also called Taiwan Little Chef (Maxim) and Taste of Taiwan (Petaling Jaya).
Having zero knowledge about Taiwanese cuisine, apart from the country’s current biggest export of bubble tea, I left it to the manager to recommend the best items on the menu.
If you have lost track, we visited Taiwan Little Chef as part of our Resorts World Genting 12-hour food trail challenge, so of course, we were there to eat, and only the best food!
Looking at these food photos, I wouldn’t blame you if you thought that it was way too much to be consumed. Well, don’t worry, we were there in a group and we managed to clean our plates because the dishes were just too delicious.
I had a taste of everything, except for the Taiwanese Beef Noodles. As you are aware, I do not consume beef. That’s no big loss to me as there were so many varieties of food waiting to be tried.
Two items in this meal stood out for me and will stay in my mind for the longest time: Pork Floss Taiwanese Egg Roll and Taiwanese Omelette Rice. To me, they look like Malaysia’s very own Roti Canai and Nasi Goreng Pattaya respectively.
If you are at Awana SkyCentral and craving for Taiwanese cuisine, this is the place to go to. Remember, you can also patronise Maxim’s Taiwan Little Chef or Petaling Jaya’s Taste of Taiwan. All three outlets belong to the same boss.
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