(back-dated post: 1st May 2010)
We brought the kiddos to this restaurant near hubby's office sometime back, known for its no-pork food. We ordered dim sum for lunch. Really yummy. Nizaa, I know you love dimsum, you can come here and paktoh with your abang ;-)
Us after the meal, full and happy. What we had: century egg and dried oyster porridge; we ordered a total of 3 bowls. RM 2.90 per bowl.
The deepfried soybean sheets stuffed with prawn paste were yummy. Far end is some kind of fried dimsum with filling and wasabi mayo sauce; delish :-). RM 3.80 per plate. Double-boiled soups with free-range chicken and herbs - one was to nourish the lungs, the other the kidneys. RM 3.80 per bowl. This is something like "fat tiu chiong" (Buddha Jumps over the Wall - a very famous soup that requires many days of preparation). Inside the wrapped dumpling there's sharks fin, scallop, prawns, pacific clams, sea cucumber, etc. RM 12.00 per serving.
One of the steamed dishes that we ordered, with fresh scallop and prawns. RM 2.90 per tray.
And fishballs of course, 3 trays at RM 2.90 per tray.So among all the food that we had, guess what HQ loves the most?
Chicken feet from the soup! *gasp*
He's very good at using his tongue muscles to move the soft "fingers" in his mouth, sucking the flesh and spitting out the bones. And he sapu-ed all the chicken feet! Look at how clean these bones are!
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