Noble House Seafood Restaurant

Foodie post again!

I went to this restaurant for dinner. It was some time ago. That time, there were a lot of people.

So we ordered 3 dishes and yeah I felt cheated by one dish.
For more information, please continue reading it. ^^

Dish #1 : Special "Shu Fen Gen"

For "S" it costs RM 12.
For "M" it costs RM 15.
For "L" it costs RM 20.

Comments: 

It is extra "chewy". Not my kind of dish BUT good for you if you are into it. When I chew it I thought of "sotong" BUT honestly, I have never eaten one before. I was told by my sisters that it is chewy. Anyway, the texture is not like chewing gum. So yea. I personally think chewing gum is better than this "Shu Fen" above.

It is also "too SALTY"!

It should also have more pork fats (cause' I love them soooooooo much!)

Overall, we agreed that the texture is BAD not as good as expected!

Rating:

1/5

Dish #2 : Crispy Chicken with Almond

(this is the dish I said I felt cheated by. Ok lah, maybe I wasn't reading the menu carefully??)

For half a chicken, it costs RM 19.
For the whole chicken, it costs Rm 38.

The sauce is of spicy, sour and sweet. A perfect combination with the chicken!!

Do you think it is chicken meat?? NO! It is actually made of fish cake . On top of its finely roasted chicken skin there were sesame seeds and nuts sprinkled on top.

Comments:

I like how the sauce compliments well with the chicken (fish cake).

Quite nice la although I felt cheated.

Overall dish isn't that oily.

Rating:

3/5

Dish #3 : Tong Poh Pork


It costs RM 20.

Small right, the portion? I am glad that the bun is not semi-soaked in the same dish as the pork. ^^

Ta-daa. A close up picture. The meat looks nice and tender right? ^^

Comments:

It is just like any other typical dish la. Nothing much to comment here.

It has a not-so overwhelming herbal scent.

Overall it is nice. The bun is also soft.

However, I saw a mini hair on its skin

Rating:

3.5/5

OVERALL THOUGHT:

All three dish totals up to RM 60. So expensive la I think. Portion also not that big and some dish are just normal to my tastebuds. In the end I left the place still feeling hungry. "Shu Fen Gen" is the most salty dish of all, making me TOO THIRSTY!

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