[Food Review] Mak’s Chee “Cheesy Wonton” and “Muscular Champion Milk Tea”

[Food Review] Mak’s Chee “Cheesy Wonton” and “Muscular Champion Milk Tea”

Kuala Lumpur, December 2016 – Last week was a busy week for our team as we have participated in quite a number of food reviews and grand events. One of the food review which we have taken part in was Mak’s Chee Food Review Event @ 1 Utama! Again, foodies like me and my co-editor Andy wouldn’t miss out such an opportunity to try out the new addition in Mak’s Chee.

Date: 24th November 2016
Time: 7.30pm – 9.30pm
Venue: Mak’s Chee LOT LG311D (opposite of Cold Storage), Bandar Utama City Centre, Lebuh Bandar Utama, Bandar Utama, 47800 Petaling Jaya, Selangor.

Background Story Of Mak’s Chee!
Mak’s Chee Authentic Wonton dates back to 1920s Guangzhou, China. Chee Kee by Master Mak Woon Chee (Known as Chee) was one of the most famous noodle stalls across the city.

While most people were selling pork wonton, Chee decided to go against the trend and created his specialty fresh prawn wonton. This signature dish was one of the most loved street snacks in time. His dainty dish later earned him the title of “Guangzhou King of Wonton”.

In 1938, the Mak’s Family moved to Hong Kong and Chee’s son Mak En carried on noodle making in Hong Kong using his inherited skills. Mak’s patrons include a long list of celebrities. In the late 1980s, Mak En officially passed on the family recipe and noodle-making skills to his lineal descendent, who brought Mak’s Chee Authentic Wonton to Malaysia today.

New Addition to Mak’s Chee, “Cheesy Wonton” And “Muscular Champion Milk Tea”!
Following a successful launch in January 2016, Mak’s Chee has several new updates to share with us before the New Year. This include the addition of Mak’s Chee “Muscular Champion Milk Tea” and Mak’s Chee “Cheesy Wonton”. Me and my co-editor Andy get to try on both of these new additions and we enjoyed it!

Cheesy Wonton:

This is an innovative attempt by Mak’s Chee to add in cheese in their all-time best-seller snack item Deep-Fried Sea Prawn Wonton. The Cheesy Wonton is very crispy from the outside and it was very filling inside with Mozzarella & Cheddar Cheese and fresh sea prawn. It’s very delicious! And those who love cheese would definitely enjoy it!

The Cheesy Wonton will be available from 5th December 2016 till 28th February 2017!

Champion Milk Tea:

Mak’s Chee “Champion Milk Tea” combines the techniques of KamCha (The only international brewing competition on Hong Kong Style Milk Tea) winners, and made with 100% Sri Lankan Ceylon Tea. This Milk Tea was brewed by top quality highland Ceylon Tea Leaves, Broken Orang Pekor (BOP), Broken Orange Pekoe Fannings (BOPF) and DUST and the end product has a well-balanced tea colour that is aromatic and smooth.

We have tried the Champion Milk Tea and we really like it very much. It has a blend of sweetness and bitterness as well as a pleasant and distinctive aroma. Apart from that, it was also packed in a unique and epic bottle of Muscular Figure.

This limited edition of Muscular Figured Bottle Champion Milk Tea will be available from 5th December 2016 till 28th February 2017!

We really enjoyed these two new inclusions in Mak’s Chee menu and we really think you all should give in a try. Besides of testing out the new food and drink, we also get to taste the original menu during the food review session. Yummy!

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Dr Jack Chan Wah Loong is the Head Of Medical Department and Internal Medicine Specialist in his current Hospital. Apart from medical related works, he is also a blogger, journalist and photographer since the year of 2008. He is also the chief editor for wljack.com, a website with a dedicated team of journalists that write coverage on Malaysia events and happenings since 2013.

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