Tai Wu Millbrae
- RWCFoodie Mar 17, 2014 12:23 PM
Just heard that the new Tai Wu in Millbrae will have it's Grand Opening March 25 or so...
Interesting bit of info I got from a friend with insider access. (I can't confirm or deny this info): "Tai Wu took much longer for construction than anticipated. Everything has been manufactured in China....even the toilet paper is imported."
300 El Camino Real
re: Melanie Wong
Well, I broke my own rules and try it for dim sum (I swear off dim sum since my Doctor told me to eat healthy or else).
We order the same things Har Gar, Sai Mai, Fun Gow and etc. All was high grade.
Specials S&P Tofu, Small Wood Ear in a pickled sauce, The special Chinese Chicken Salad.
To top off the menu we order Hot "Lava" Mochi balls.
Order off the menu so not much carts but there were carts but not for hot food.
Got the set menu dinners but they only give me table of ten I will follow up to see if the TP was for Chinese but everything in the toilets looked American. Chinese TP is not something you want to try, I know.
Quickly talk to Mr Fong but he was busy but soon I will have to try for dinner with the family
Scallop and crab sounds great, but plain scrambled eggwhites leave much to be desired. Where do you get the creamy/fluffy versions of eggwhites with seafood? The only place I've found it in the Bay Area, so far, is Tai Pan in Palo Alto, which does a version made with a whole crab--crab legs deep fried with garlic and meat from the body mixed into the custardy eggwhite.