Taipei 101

Update: This business has ceased its operations.

It feels deja vu as it wasn't very long since we patronized Taipei 101. In fact, it was our very previous non-hawker-center meal.
Embracing the virtue of diversity, we placed our orders across different pages of the menu.

First up is the Unagi Bento (鳗鱼便当, RM16.50), which is Japanese eel for those not so familiar with Japanese cuisine. The portion is rather generous, and the seasoning is quite nice, though it wouldn't win any Iron Chef competitions.
Next in line on the chopping board is the Deep Fried Pork Chop Noodle (花莲炸排骨面, RM7.90). I have to hand it to the chef for the correct amount of deep-frying: Just enough heat to give the batter a nice crisp, yet preserving the juiciness of pork.
The same cannot be said for the Lemongrass Chicken Rice (柠檬香茅鸡腿排饭, RM9.90), which I think is overcooked, making its taste dry and unsavory.
As for the drinks, we had a Green Apple Pearl Milk Tea (青苹果珍珠奶茶, RM3.90), Champagne Pearl Milk Tea (香槟珍珠奶茶, RM3.90) and Orange Smoothies (鲜橙奶昔, RM5.90).

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