Tai Lei Loi Kei, Macau 1968 (大利來記豬扒包) @ USJ Taipan

Both Eric and I have been up for food hunting since the past few weeks. I was away back to hometown during the last weekend and Eric discovered there's new food outlet up at USJ Taipan which is really near to us. We decided to come and try it earlier today for brunch before Eric head to work. We've tried few pork chop buns during our visit at Macau and Eric somehow enjoyed it very much. That explained why we want to try the Pork Chop Buns at Tai Lei Loi Kei, Macau 1968 (大利來記豬扒包) at USJ Taipan, Subang Jaya.

Tai Lei Lou Kei located at the same row as Old Town White Coffee at USJ Taipan. It has simple and cosy interior setting. There will be no waiters coming to you but you have to order it at the counter, self service. You will be given your order receipt and you can go back to your seat while waiting for your number appear on the screen. 

Originally established as a café in Macau. Tai Lei Loi Kei has always abide to the philosophy of its founder Ms Kwok Loi-ho to prepare delicious food with the best quality ingredients and to the satisfaction of it's customers to enjoy the highest standard delicacies. 
With an ambitious vision, Tai Lei Loi Kei aims to expand it's business in Malaysia and establish its name for the renowned pork chop bun among Chinese communities all over the world.
Signature Pork Chop Bun @ Tai Lei Loi Kei
Signature Pork Chop Bun (RM11.90)
Since there's only the two of us, we only managed to try a few of them from the menu. We first ordered the Signature Pork Chop Bun (猪扒包) and it tasted quite similar to the one we've had in Macau. We love the thick with slight juicy pork chop with the fragrant buns. The pork chop were well marinated and you can enjoy the juiciness within it. 

Polo Pork Chop Bun (RM11.90)
Delicious Pork Chop Bun!
We also ordered the Polo Pork Chop Bun (菠萝猪扒包) just try if there's much different on the taste with different bun used on it. Frankly, there's not much different just that this has the slight sweetness of the bun but overall it can be easily covered up by the fragrant pork chop. Yes, it's the same type of pork chop used in it.

Supreme Pork Chop Rice with Egg (RM12.10)
Curry Gravy
Eric ordered the Supreme Pork Chop Rice with Egg (猪扒蛋饭) and it was served with a bowl of curry gravy. You can pour it on the white rice or the pork chop, it's more delicious that way. I kinda love the curry with a lil bit of sweetness and not spicy yet flavorful, similar to the one at Hong Kong. Again, the same pork chop served with the rice, in slices. 

Bouncing Noodles with Chicken Wings (RM9.30)
I couldn't resist myself from ordering the Bouncing Noodles with Chicken Wings (澳门鸡翼弹口面) because I love both wanton noodles and chicken wings! It turned out to be a disappointment to myself as the noodles didn't have the bouncy texture in it, totally different than the noodles I've tried back in Macau, not to mention that I've had better bouncy-texture noodles from other places around here. The noodles were soft and the texture just more like as if it was over-cooked. The chicken wings seems not well marinated and tasted quite bland. No, I didn't finish this bowl of noodles.

Sawdust Cake Dessert @ Tai Lei Loi Kei
Sawdust Cake Dessert (RM5.50)
We ordered the signature dessert of Macau - Sawdust Cake Dessert (木糠蛋糕) - to complete our brunch meal. This chilled layered dessert is made up of sweetened, vanilla whipped cream and crushed biscuits. It was too bad that I can't take it for somehow it tasted way too milky for me to handle, Eric claimed that it tasted kinda similar to cheesecake! Do give it a try when you come to visit here! 

Macau Milk Tea - hot (RM3.90)
Eric love milk tea and obviously he will ordered this Macau Milk Tea (澳门五哥奶茶) to compare with the one he had at Hong Kong and Macau. I've tried a sip of it and thought it was quite good and fragrant too! 

Eric enjoy his Macau Milk Tea
Yours truly with the pork chop bun!
Overall, it was good and I am definitely going back to fix my craving of pork chop buns anytime I need it since it's really near to our place. The portion for the food served pretty decent and pricing wise, am not sure and I don't remember I spent over RM10 for a good pork chop bun in Macau (or maybe I totally forgotten how much it cost there). 

Tai Lei Loi Kei, Macau 1968 (大利來記豬扒包)
4A, Jalan USJ 10/1J,
Taipan Business Centre,
47620 Subang Jaya, Selangor

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