Tuesday, July 26, 2016

(i) Morco Milkshakes (ii) Xin Chao Vietnam - Publika

"What I need is the dandelion in the spring. The bright yellow that means rebirth instead of destruction. The promise that life can go on, no matter how bad our losses. That it can be good again..." ~ Suzanne Collins

In the name of Allah, the Beneficient, the Almighty.

Hello readers.

It's time for another foodie update.

(i) Morco

First up. Morco has come up with a series of insanely rich drinks. FSD tried the matcha one the other day. And my jaw dropped when I saw it.

The drink is at bottom, but before you get to the drink, be prepared to eat through the following:-

1. 2 bars of kit kat
2. Cornflakes (you can't see it from this picture but its there trust me)
3. There is an entire slice of cake on top of the drink (the original topping is supposed to be a doughnut, but was changed to a cake since the doughnuts were finished); and
4. A very rich layer of cream. 

It was all mind numbingly awesome and is a meal in itself. Ohh and there are other equally jaw dropping concoctions as well. See the menu below.

(ii) Xin Chao Vietnam

This is new vietnamese restaurant open where Bandariya Ayam Kampung once was. It's a few doors down from the Chicken Rice place in Publika.

Right now there is a lunch set where you order a main course and only add RM2.00 for a mini starter and vietnamese tea.

The restaurant is reminds me of the restaurants in Hanoi, look at the pictures adorning the walls!

My mini starter

My hot vietnamese sweet tea. Not bottomless unfortunately. But good on our current rainy days weather

The condiments. This sets it apart from Pho Hoa in Curve which has a different selection of sauces. This place for instance do not serve fish sauce like Pho Hoa. My absolute fave of the 4 condiments here? The pickled garlic and chilli. Yumms

And this is my noodle. I took the all in Pho with meatballs, tripe and everything thrown in. This retails at RM20.90. The basic normal Pho is RM16.90. It was yummy!

UPDATE:- On a dinner excursion to Xin Chao recently, I was approached by one of the staff and was informed that the manager read my post and immediately went out and made arrangements for fish sauce to be available as a standard condiment to their dishes in the restaurant!. Hehe. So just to update you on this readers!

Do give the places a visit!

Much love from Airiel and I

Peace and love to everyone.

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