Salted Egg: Is It Really Salty?

First impression captured while hearing the stall’s name is about having a salty sunny side up with white rice beneath. Well, again the imagination turns out differently while seeing the menu itself. The cup is similar to the noodle stall on most Hollywood movies, but you will find several chunked chicken covered with salty egg followed with the sunny side up and white rice. How do you think it will fare?

For overall taste, it is not bad – imagine yourself while having salty fried prawn or chicken at most Chinese restaurants. However, the salty egg cannot enhance the taste significantly – either you want to have it our not, it does not make any differences. Well, for the packaging itself, it is quite handy and simple, we should say. For the food brand, honestly we find it quite tricky.

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So, this is the time for giving scores.

  • Taste: 3 out of 5
  • Price: 2 out of 5
  • Product Satisfaction: 3 out of 5

To have one box of this menu, you should pay IDR 35,000,- that is pricey and not really worth every penny. Instead, you had better have this when going to Chinese restaurants – at least you can eat more and more of it.

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