Emily, Lorna, Marian and I met up in mid December for an early Christmas dinner. We picked Maji because it’s only open for dinner.
We arrived five minutes past the opening hour at 5:30PM. We were their first customers and we had no problem getting a table.
The place was sufficiently lighted and the seating is not too tight.
We ordered five dishes to share.
For starter, we had the Braised food Platter which is one of the more expensive dish on the menu. You picked 4 types of items from a list of 7 to 8 items. We had braised egg, tofu, beef tripe and mushroom. It was quite a big serving as we did not manage to finish it.
The Eggplants with Basil was on the salty side. But such dish goes well with steamed rice.
We only ordered two bowls of rice to share.
The reason was we also ordered the House Stir-fried Noodle as Lorna would like to have some noodles. This was slightly spicy and also on the salty side.
Marian picked the Minced Shrimps in Lettuce Wrap, from the appetizer section. This was good.
I wanted the “San-Pei” Chicken which is a popular Taiwanese dish. We encountered a problem with this dish as we found a piece of long hair in it after eaten a couple of pieces. Fortunately, the server got this dish replaced for us.
Marian loves spicy food, so she asked for chili sauce whenever she eats in a restaurant.
The next morning, Marian and Emily told me that they both had sore throat. I’m not sure it was due to the chili sauce or the “San-Pei” Chicken.
Maji accepts cash only.
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