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Ah Yat Abalone Dim Sum - Bugis

Ah Yat Abalone Forum Restaurant is no stranger to most Singaporeans. Their superb set menus featuring their sharks’ fin and abalones are really worth it especially if you apply for their free membership. 579 more words


Har Gow, Crystal Skin Shrimp Dumplings

Stretchy translucent dough filled with plump moist chunks of shrimps, this might be the most popular dim sum dumpling.

The filling for har gow is very straightforward, shrimp and pork fat, but for these that I have made, I have used an egg white instead of pork fat. 405 more words


Tasty IFC, Central

wonton noodle soupp

steamed shrimp dumplings (Har Gow)

the spectacular ceiling decorations at Tasty IFC

It is hard to think of something as homey as wonton noodle soup as earth-shattering. 409 more words

Hong Kong

Re-discovering Cantonese food in my hometown

In April, I spent a week and a half in my hometown in China – the city of Guangzhou, otherwise known as Canton. It’s been… 1,401 more words


Fraser Court Seafood Restaurant - Dim Sum

Fraser Court Seafood is a large (I’m talking about 500 seating capacity) Chinese restaurant located on the 2nd floor of a building on Fraser Street. 345 more words

Restaurant Review

You Dim Sum, you lose some at Chai 797 and Din Tai Fung

In my quest for one of my favorite foods (Dim Sum), I tested out two different restaurants here in Seoul.  One is a tried and true choice, Din Tai Fung, a Taiwanese based restaurant that is famous for its Xiaolongbao (Soup Dumplings).   573 more words

Shrimp Dumplings or Har Gao (虾饺)


Pardon me for my ugly shaping.. There is nothing wrong with the recipe and in fact I like the recipe very much.. It is my skill of shaping… As a blogger, I learn together with readers and I do not come of a family that prepare all types of restaurant  dishes. 1,003 more words