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Lai Po Heen Dim Sum Mandarin Oriental

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A Galore of Scrumptious Dim Sum

I was at Lai Po Heen for lunch recently by the invitation of my fashion jeweller Angie Ng as we have not been in contact. I was intrigued with the place that she had picked. That place for lunch and definitely my eyes will set upon their fine crafted dim sum. So when I arrived we dived into ordering their spread of dim sum.

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Super Deal at Machinos Steamboat 3rd Mile Square

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From RM28 per pax to RM14 per pax only at www.everyday.com.my

Few days ago I had been invited to try out steamboat with some friends at a nearly opened pork-free restaurant called Machino’s loacted at 3rd Mile Square along Jalan Klang Lama (Old Klang Road) It was a comfortable tucked quietly at the corner of the first row of this square. We were served with half pot of tom yam soup and half chicken soup.

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Nikko Hotel Dim Sum Class with Chef Lo Tian Sion

Chef Lo Tian Sion

Dim Sum as breakfast? Why not make you own personalized Dim Sum?” I was told by the lady sitting across me while sipping her petite cup of chinese tea. “Sounds interesting, definitely exciting” I told myself quietly. Indulging such gourmet at home lazily over the weekend will defitely be the right choice with family members and even some close friends.

So a week ago I was invited to attend a Dim Sum class at Nikko Hotel wth Chef Lo Tian So, I could not turn it down even with such a full tight schedule I had recently. Well I had been busy preparing my new classes, photo shooting, interviews, baking and also a few new projects.

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My Dim Sum!

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Teochew Cooking with Master Chef Tony Gao, Guangzhou – Series 6

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Mandarin Oriental, Kuala Lumpur is the perfect place to stay, whether for business or pleasure. Located adjacent to the world famous, 88 storey Petronas Twin Towers, with far reaching views overlooking the lush 50 acre KLCC Park.

The hotel rooms, suites and apartments are truly extravagant. Their restaurants and bars, award winning and innovative. And their spa and leisure facilities are a relaxing diversion from the hustle and bustle of the city. Over 300 original works of art feature throughout the hotel. Ancient and contemporary artefacts contrast, yet complement, the high specification technology to be found in every guest room and meeting room.

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CHEF’S HAND MADE TWIN BALL

BEEF BALL

Ingredients

600gm Beef rump meat
5gm Fried garlic
10gm Starch
1/2tsp Salt
1/4tsp Sesame oil
10gm Chinese celery
1tsp Chicken powder

Method

1. Marinade and blend beef with seasoning.
2. Add superior starch and mix well. Form beef into round shapes.
3. Boil the beef ball in water until cooked.
4. Arrange nicely in a bowl. Spread chinese celery and fried garlic. Then, serve hot.

FISH BALL

Ingredients

600gm Fish Meat
10gm Starch
1nos Chicken egg white
1/2tsp Salt
1/4tsp Sesame Oil
1/4tsp pepper powder
1tsp Chicken powder

Method

1. Marinade and blend fish with seasoning.
2. Add egg white and superior starch and mix well. Form the fish into round shapes.
3. Boil the fish balls in water until cooked.

Seng Kee Stall, Hor Hee Noodle, Canning Garden, Ipoh

Gosh, there are so many lovely and delicious food in Ipoh and for example, “Hor Hee” noodle. There are a few stalls selling this typs of noodle in Ipoh but Seng Kee noodle stall is one of the oldest. As I can remember, it started before I was borned and so to say it is at least more than 30 odd years. It is a stall started from father to sons and daughter. The stall sells at Jalan Lahat, opposite ACS school during weekdays and in Canning Garden during sunday. What is “Hor Hee” noodle? well basically it is a fish soup based noodle with fish balls and fish paste block. The fish ball skin is crunchy as they are dried under the sun and the fish paste blocks are deep fried.


Lovely, deliciously deep fried fish paste block.


Tasty and crunchy fish balls



I truly love this noodle as it had been around for so many years and still going strong, thats shows how deliciously they are. It had been part of my growing up, mum like them too.

Love Sidney

Seng Kee Stall, Hor Hee Noodle, Canning Garden, Ipoh

Gosh, there are so many lovely and delicious food in Ipoh and for example, “Hor Hee” noodle. There are a few stalls selling this typs of noodle in Ipoh but Seng Kee noodle stall is one of the oldest. As I can remember, it started before I was borned and so to say it is at least more than 30 odd years. It is a stall started from father to sons and daughter. The stall sells at Jalan Lahat, opposite ACS school during weekdays and in Canning Garden during sunday. What is “Hor Hee” noodle? well basically it is a fish soup based noodle with fish balls and fish paste block. The fish ball skin is crunchy as they are dried under the sun and the fish paste blocks are deep fried.


Lovely, deliciously deep fried fish paste block.


Tasty and crunchy fish balls



I truly love this noodle as it had been around for so many years and still going strong, thats shows how deliciously they are. It had been part of my growing up, mum like them too.

Love Sidney

Bukit Tambun Seafood Restaurant, Tasek, Ipoh

Where am I now….. oh yes Ipoh, my hometown. Ipoh is just about 2 hours drive north from the city, Kuala Lumpur. Ipoh is a place known for their food and also not forgetting the ‘menglembu’ sun dry whole peanuts.

Ipoh, itself is known for hawker food such as curry noodles, beef noodles, fish ball noodles, popiah, satay, rojak and many more but the most famous thing that had been known throughout the country is the Ipoh White Coffee.

Here today, I would love to introduce one of Ipoh best seafood restaurant, the Bukit Tambun Seafood Restaurant which is located in the town called Tasek, and is famous for producing cement, the tasek cement company.

For myself, I really adore this restaurant because to the freshness of their fishes, prawns and crabs. Here they also serve life prawns, life mantin prawns, life sea snails and even life garupa fish and many other kinds too. The following are the dishes that we ordered during dining there:
Steam fresh and live Garupa Fish

Stir fried Sea Snails


Steam Fresh Water Prawns in Eggwhite

“Sang Har Mein” Fresh Water Prawns Noodle

Butter Baked Giant Life Mantis Prawns

Verdict: Fantastic, Well Worth Your Money!

From Sidney xxx

Bukit Tambun Seafood Restaurant, Tasek, Ipoh

Where am I now….. oh yes Ipoh, my hometown. Ipoh is just about 2 hours drive north from the city, Kuala Lumpur. Ipoh is a place known for their food and also not forgetting the ‘menglembu’ sun dry whole peanuts.

Ipoh, itself is known for hawker food such as curry noodles, beef noodles, fish ball noodles, popiah, satay, rojak and many more but the most famous thing that had been known throughout the country is the Ipoh White Coffee.

Here today, I would love to introduce one of Ipoh best seafood restaurant, the Bukit Tambun Seafood Restaurant which is located in the town called Tasek, and is famous for producing cement, the tasek cement company.

For myself, I really adore this restaurant because to the freshness of their fishes, prawns and crabs. Here they also serve life prawns, life mantin prawns, life sea snails and even life garupa fish and many other kinds too. The following are the dishes that we ordered during dining there:
Steam fresh and live Garupa Fish

Stir fried Sea Snails


Steam Fresh Water Prawns in Eggwhite

“Sang Har Mein” Fresh Water Prawns Noodle

Butter Baked Giant Life Mantis Prawns

Verdict: Fantastic, Well Worth Your Money!

From Sidney xxx

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