Kuala Lumpur Day 9: Chinese Dinner


Ben and I met up with my ex boss and family for dinner. We were pretty excited to meet the latest addition to the family. I cant believe J & A are grandparents now. Congrats to the family.

Kuala-Lumpur-Day-9-Chinese-Dinner-01

It was a long story on how we ended up at this restaurant. J had other restaurant in mind but unfortunately, the restaurant was closed on Monday. We tried to go another restaurant and it was also closed. Well, it seems like Monday is a popular day for restaurant to close for business after a hectic weekend.

J did the ordering. The above was Spicy Prawn with lady fingers. The sauce definite goes well with steamed rice.

Kuala-Lumpur-Day-9-Chinese-Dinner-02

Sour cabbage and bitter melon. I like the sour and bitter combination. Ben is not a fan of bitter melon. So, I never cook bitter melon at home.

Kuala-Lumpur-Day-9-Chinese-Dinner-03

Stuffed Tofu with eggy sauce.

Kuala-Lumpur-Day-9-Chinese-Dinner-04

Pork Ribs served in a hot pot.

Kuala-Lumpur-Day-9-Chinese-Dinner-05

The above dish was interesting; Pumpkin stir fried with salted egg yolk. Very rich.

Kuala-Lumpur-Day-9-Chinese-Dinner-06

Steamed Whole Fish with loads of ginger sauce.

Kuala-Lumpur-Day-9-Chinese-Dinner-07

Deep Fried Squid with Curry Leaves. Another winner.

Kuala-Lumpur-Day-9-Chinese-Dinner-08

Complimentary Kedongdong (Ambarella) from the restaurant. The owner said it was home pickled. It was sour and crunchy.

J & A, it was great to meet up with your family. Thank you for buying dinner.

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s