MissChu’s Tuckshop

It’s the holidays! (: After 10 weeks of work, the 3 weeks of break is exactly what I need. One thing that has been on my agenda is heading to the city to meet the mr for lunch after his work! It’s something I use to do when I was studying, but now that I started work, it’s difficult (actually impossible) to head to the city during the weekdays to meet him. That’s something I really miss!

Love their delivery bicycle! Definitely environmental friendly!

A friend of mine, Felicia, brought me here a while back to try their rice paper rolls. Believe it or not, that was my first time having a rice paper roll. I never really thought they tasted good. In my mind, it was something cold, dry and not very pleasant. But my first bite into these scrumptious rolls changed my mind instantly! So much so that I got totally hooked onto them and would crave for them every now and then. More now than the latter to be very honest!

The Mr knows I love their rice paper rolls, so he would, the sweet person he always is, buy me some for lunch the next day. But it’s never really the same, having it the day after as compared to those freshly made. So we decided to meet at MissChu’s for lunch and try the other things they have to offer as well.

Love the concept they use, reminds me of queueing up in a school canteen! We place an order on the order list and pay at the counter and the food got to our table in no time! We sat on tables and chairs that are made from milk crates. How old school is that? Absolutely loving it!

We ordered the green mango & tiger prawn and the roast duck & banana flower rolls. The roast duck & banana flower is my favourite! It’s generously stuffed with roast duck and the addition of banana flower is just perfect. I highly recommend it! Even though it costs $1.50 more than the others, it’s definitely worth it!

The main difference when you eat fresh at the tuckshop is the soft rice paper skin that tend to get a little hard when you keep it overnight. So I recommend that you buy it and eat it within the same day! You won’t be able to resist the urge when it’s infront of you anyways! hehe I am sure of that!

Another of our favourites was the lemongrass beef (eye fillet) vermicelli salad! This was simply delicious! It’s not the usual leafy salad you get, and you will actually be full (and happy) after eating this! The dressing makes your taste buds come alive, with the sweet-sour-salty component to it. Just makes you want more after each mouthful!

The beef fillet was very well seasoned and tasted absolutely delicious! Was a generous portion once again, and was plenty of beef to go with the vermicelli noodles. We couldn’t have enough of it. NOMS!

The wagyu beef pho was pretty yummy too. Though compared to the other items we had, this didn’t really have the wow factor to it. But I guess, there isn’t really any other ways to serve a pho is there? The soup was really good though! Clear and really tasty. I could slurp a whole bowl of the soup! hehe

The Mr and I were both really happy by the time we were done and our plates & bowls were all really clean! Could not happier with our meal. Our bellies were definitely satisfied! Can’t wait for more lunches with the mr in the coming 3 weeks! (:

16 thoughts on “MissChu’s Tuckshop

  1. Peach Water says:

    Hmmm… I went to Miss Chu when I was in Sydney, and I felt that the price I paid, I could have had better. But then again the location I went to was an expensive area (harbour)…

    I would like to try Melbourne Miss Chu and see how it goes.
    But those little sauce bottles are cute and would really love to go and get myself one!

    • liannelow says:

      Hee I never had the one in Sydney so I’m not sure. But go try the roast duck rice paper roll or the lemongrass beef vermicelli salad babe! I’m really sure you’ll like it! 🙂

  2. Daisy@Nevertoosweet says:

    I agree with Shellieeeee too many places to try 🙂 Seriously the list is OUTTA control hahaha but the money in my wallet isn’t expanding either LOL gotta CUT DOWN but sooo irresistible 🙂

    I should be very grateful that I get to eat with Mr Bao all the time ~ we always have brunch and lunch and most dinners together, i will never complain about seeing him too much 🙂

    • liannelow says:

      Hehe 🙂 yes. My list is gettin outta control as well! But I guess we gotta tackle it in moderation! Hehe

      And yes! We both will never complain havin our boys around! Hehe you’re lucky u have breakfast with mr bao almost everyday! I don’t get to until the weekends! Hehe 🙂 so glad our partners love the same things we do! Hehe

      • Daisy@Nevertoosweet says:

        Hahhaa yeah it’s really good 🙂 just really lucky i guess ~ sometimes he can’t be stuffed waking up and making me breakfast but other times it’s good hehe

        But hahaha it does get a bit too much I need time away from him too hahaha

  3. Ames says:

    Coming from a Viet-Chinese background, I’m a bit picky with eating rice paper rolls at restaurant since I’ve grown up eating them and we make them on occasions at home but the ingredients here look really fresh and worth a visit I think :). Thanks for sharing!

    • liannelow says:

      no worries babe! I know what u mean when you grew up eating rice paper rolls since you were little! And nothing really beats making them at home and eating them! I’m going to try making them at home soon! hehe No worries! Do let me know what u think!

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