\mother chu's taiwanese gournmet, haymarket

After 4 hours of walking around UNSW, everyone was hungry and decided to eat. This time it was a taste of Taiwan! We were given a window seat where a tiny little girl sat there teasing us with her taro ice cream.

mother chu's taiwanese gourmet:
pork mince congee ($8.50):

Taiwanese style pork mince savoury congee.

pork ear with spicy chilli oil ($4.50):
The only ever time I eat pig's ear is when my mum buys a roast duck from those Chinese BBQ shops with duck and all types of meat hung up on the window. Those were quite thick, but these were thin and served cold. Nice contrast eating it with the congee.

taiwanese style oyster omelette ($8.80):
Taiwanese style oyster omelette with sauce. I waited so long to eat this again. Every time my mum and I are in the city, we order this and a bowl of congee. The sweet sauce on top goes really well with the gooey texture of the omelette. But if you're not a fan of oysters, please stay away.

beef stir fried noodle ($9.50):
I thought the noodles would be thicker (it looked thick in the tiny photo on the menu!) but nevertheless it was good! Beef were well seasoned and there was a nice meat to noodle ratio. Wish there were more greens though!

The paying system is a pay-after-you-order type of system! The waitress calculates for you immediately and you pay right there on the spot! 4 people were complete full for $31.30. Will definitely come back for more oyster pancakes.
mother chu's taiwanese gourmet
shop 1, 8688 dixon st
haymarket
t: (02) 9211 0288

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Hi there! My name is Anna. I'm eighteen, in my second year of uni and born in Sydney. This blog is about my gastronomic adventures in Australia and abroad. It all started when my brother bought me a new camera in 2011 (Samsung Ex1). Since then, I've been into taking photos and I realised most of my photos were of food so I decided to document everything on this blog.

I'm still learning to take nice pictures. My camera isn't exactly the greatest but it works.

I'm not particularly picky about the food and I do like trying new things but I generally try to avoid anything with chocolate, bitter melon or eggplant. They don't taste too great.

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