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Monday, January 28, 2013

Famous Shanghai Steamed Soup Dumplings (Xiao Long Bao) at Dragon-I

Chinese are very creative when it comes to food and there are so many different type of Chinese food available throughout the globe. I am not a Chinese food lover, so, I am not here promoting Chinese food, but like many other delicious food that I had before, the famous Shanghai steamed soup dumplings or more commonly known to many as "xiao long bao" at the Dragon-I restaurant deserve a post in the blog.

Monday, January 21, 2013

Extra Hot Peri-peri Chicken at Nando's at Aeon Station 18, Ipoh

Nando's has slowly becoming one of the favourite dining place for my family because we like the sour and spicy taste, and at the same time my father is already holding the Nando's club card, which means there will be rewards for dining at Nando's often. Next, if you hold HSBC credit card like we do, you get a free quarter set meal if you buy 3 quarter set meal, plus you will have have the large peri wedges for free. Of course, there are other perks by becoming the Nando's club member, as once you are a member, you are entitled to a complimentary designer drink.

Complimentary designer drink once you sign up as the Nando's club member

Sunday, January 20, 2013

Dinner at Sakae Sushi, AEON Station 18

I am not really a fan of the Japanese food but sometimes, I will also tolerate with the people whom I had dinner with. The other night when I went for dinner with Yen Leng, we decided to go for something that she like: Sakae Sushi.

Well, the first thing that really impressed me was the service provided. Efficient and amazingly pleasant staff. The order was made immediately for the drink when we sit down and then, we could take our own time to order via the iPad available. The iPad was especially made to open only a single app, Sakae Sushi which was made to order and sent to Kitchen apparently. 

The menu on the iPad.

SAKAE SUSHI clearly written on the clipped on holder of the iPad.

After we made our order, we were made to confirmed orders

Sunday, January 6, 2013

Mango Spaghetti at Hong Kong Kim Gary Restaurant

If you ever go to the Hong Kong Kim Gary Restaurant and look at the menu and see something call mango spaghetti, don't be mislead by the name of spaghetti and think that this is one type of spaghetti, but maybe with mango juice as sauce. It's not.
The mango spaghetti - snow ice dessert dipped in mango sauce and served with small pieces of mango fruit and slices of mango jelly which has mango taste
 In fact, mango spaghetti is actually a type of dessert - and a very creative one, having the jelly sliced into the spaghetti look. The dessert is actually a type of snow ice dessert in mango sauce and served together with mango cut into small pieces. The jelly itself also has the mango taste as well as smell.