I had to charm Hubby into this restaurant because he didn't want to eat food that's "not western not eastern", which is what these new-style chinese restaurants serve. However, we were surprised because the food was actually good, albeit the prices a little high, especially the fancy colorful drinks which were merely color, flavor and soda water.
Char Chan Teng, located at Warisan Square.
Em..doesn't 'char' mean lousy and 'chan teng' restaurant??
Noodles with Sichuan preserved veg and deep-fried pork ribs
Very simple, light but tasty. RM7.90 (US$2.30) . Its easy to cook at home too; will give recipe soon!
Fried noodles with beef
Yummy. RM8.90 (US$2.50--I give prices in USD because somebody on Food Forum asked me to do so).
Now that was last week. Yesterday, I went back with a bigger group and was duly disappointed. Maybe the cook was different.
Seafood cheese riceRM12.90 (US$3.70)
Megan said "Tastes good".
I'm not sure what it says on the menu but Sheila said "Doesn't taste good!" and I can see so.RM22.90 (US$6.50), comes with a drink.
Ming said "It's okay lah!"
Soupy flat noodles with beefRM8.90
I say "Okay but the dry noodles with beef last week was much better!"
So again, as with many restaurants here, the food's not consistent. Let's be nice and give it 7/10.