Because tonight we will have a dinner at Deryk's relative house, we tried to have a light lunch......Mathor's Chu...I came here before 1 time...at that time I had the rice with braised beef, tofu, egg and seaweed...interesting combination but it didn't impressed me....However, I am do wondering that everytime I pass by this shop, always full of people...so I think I might miss something good here. That's why I came to try again.
The bill must be made upon ordering...I don't know the reason they do this, but it doesnt bother me...
On the shelf (not on the table), there are some vinegar, soy sauce and chilli sauce.
Deryk ordered soya bean milk .. I tasted it..mmm...I like soya bean but this was not quite my type. I had Iced milk tea which was quite nice...Oh I just realized that I forgot to take picture of it ><
Shallot pancake with yu tiao (deep-fried bread) $4.50
Pork dumplings $8.00 for 12We mixed between the steamed and fried one...The steamed was surprisingly the winner. It was very moist and juicy. The skin was not too thick, the filling tasted just nice and the chopped cabbage inside makes it crunchy and sweet. The fried dumpling was not bad just a bit oily.
Now I know why this place always packed...good, fast and cheap. The trick is you have to order the right thing (but it takes some experience for me to know what is the right one lol) This meal was fast with plenty of starch.....another nice meal !
Mother Chu's Taiwanese Gourmet
Shop 1, 86-88 Dixon St.,
Tel : (02) 9211 0288