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2013-08-20 6 views
Probably, during different parts of the day, one would try to eat different kinds of food. As for me, eating Dim Sum in the middle of the night was quite an interesting experience. Usually, Dim Sum were the kind of food that you would eat for Breakfast but eating it for supper was a completely different experience for me.After I have given the 'Carrot Cake' over here a good try, I have been a big fan of this 'Dim Sum' place for at least 3-4 years. The 'Carrot Cake' not only come with a generous
The 'Yang Chun Mian' over here would be something that I would highly recommend too. The Noodles are handmade by one of the chefs over here and it's pretty chewy and springy. Even though it doesn't come with a lot of ingredients, but it's definitely something that the Noodles lovers shouldn't miss.
By the way, the 'Har Gao'(Shrimp Dumplings) over here are a big (+) too. The amount of fresh prawns added into the 'Dim Sum' are extremely generous. I wonder why didn't the prawns burst out of the Dumplings itself. By the way, one thing that I like about the 'Har Gao' over here would be the nice balance between the skin and the ingredients used in the process of making this 'Dim Sum'.
(However, too bad that have impose the additional charges into the dine-in 'Dim Sum' orders already. I kinda miss the cheap 'Dim Sum' that they were offering back then.)
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