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Dragon-i Celebrates Dragon Boat Festival and RM50 Voucher Giveaway

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On the fifth day the lunar month, the chinese celebrates the Rice Dumpling Festival, or Dragon Boat Festival in honour of a patriotic poet, Qu Yuan who drowned himself in Miluo River as a protest against the Emperor. For this, rice dumpling is a must-have specialty every year.

During this Dumplings Festival approaches and to celebrate this Dumplings Festival in lavish style, the culinary team of Dragon-i has created a gift for your love ones and business partners.

Dragon-i is introducing to its customers four favourite rice dumplings which are:-

Glutinous Rice Dumpling with Sliced Abalone,
Glutinous Rice Dumpling with Red Bean,
Glutinous Rice Dumpling with XO Scallop Sauce,
Glutinous Rice Crystal Dumpling with Lotus Seed Paste

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GAB Oktoberfest 2011 Beer Tasting Session

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Tai See Wai, Marketing Manager of GAB, Shirley Low, Head of Trade Marketing of GAB, and Ben Ng, GAB’s Beer Connoisseur with the three limited edition Oktoberfest beers that will only be available throughout GAB’s Oktoberfest celebrations

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A Chinese Fine Dining at ZING for RM39 on GROUPON

AT GRAND MILLENNIUM HOTEL, KUALA LUMPUR

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Deep Fried Dumpling

At a recent six course Chinese fine dining, I had myself pleased with excitiment and satisfaction again over the taste, flavours and wih the company of Master Chef Leong Weng Heng. I am sure you have read about him on my blog last year where I got the chance to scrumptious his divine cooking. Without fail, I still manage to indulge his delicious deep fried dumplings this time. I remembered during Epicure last year at his cooking class, all his smashing dumplings was swept clean and not a drop left for anyone. Yes it was really good.

During this recent dining, I was informed that the Zing will be lauching the six course meal this week at only RM39.00 per pax which I think is a real jolly good deal on Groupon. Hurry hurry get it now before the deal stops.

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MENG KEE CHAR SIEW Shah Alam

Meng Kee Char Siew

Over the Christmas weekend we dropped by Glenmarie Shah Alam for lunch hunt after dropping some Christmas cake orders at Subang Jaya. Glenmarie is an industrial park and finding food can be a great task but surprisingly on my ‘must eat list” was Meng Kee Char Siew, Meng Kee’s sweet roasted pork.

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Fusou Lou Nyonya Seafood Curry Mee at SS14,Petaling Jaya

Being an Ipoh boy myself, curry noodle is something we always crave for. I found this delicious nyonya curry noodle at Section 14, PJ located at the othter of Jaya supermarket. This stall is located at a small food court.

The are so many variety of topping that you can put on your curry noodle such as curry prawn, chicken, roast pork, curry fish and also long bean.

I like this nyoya curry as the taste is rather unique compare to those normal curry noodle that we usually get.

If you are around the area in the morning, do drop by and taste this delicious curry noodle . . . Sidney

Dine with me……Chef Steven Cheng Part 2

Continuation…..

After the lobster dish, the remainder lobster shell and head were used to braise “yee mee” noodle(mun yee mien). Using the reaminder of this lobster to cook this noodle is marvellous and with the right seasoning, can be very delicious.


I also prepared the eight treasured duck “pak poh ngap” but this time I replaced roast pork with chinese pork sausage. With the right cooking timing and a well prepared ingredient for stuffing, this dish can be a jewel.


Next dish is the Boneless Mackerel “Mo Quet Kau Yee”. A simple mackerel fish with an incredible way of preparation. Firstly the mackerel is being deboned and the flesh is then taken out, leaving the skin. Mix the mackerel flesh together with pork meat and seasoning. The seasoned meat is then being stuffed to the fish skin and deep fry. I finished this fish by topping wih special BBQ sauce.


I will stop here for the time being and will continue the last part in my next coming post.

From Steve Cheng

Yum Yum Tree, Pasir Pinji, Ipoh

Yum Yum Tree is rather a strange name but yet able to make it a household name in Ipoh. You may wonder why. why? Well every foodstall has it’s own story to tell. For this one, it is situated at Pasir Pinji, a small village sited within Ipoh town. In fact this in Pasir Pinji you can find a lot of interesting cottage food similar to Yum Yum Tree such a the rojak and roast pork stall situated near the village market, homemake fresh rice pasta “Chee Cheong Fun” within Yum Yum Tree whereby you need to take your number in order to wait for your turn and many more.

I still can remember Yum Yum Tree started their stall at this rundown house but this year the owner decided to build a new coffeshop as shown below. What so famous about Yum Yum Tree? Well here you can get Ipoh’s version of Yong Tau Fo whereby the most fillings are from fish paste. It is one of the best Yong Tau Fo that I ever come across and rather different from what you can get in KL because of the fish paste.


So many people were rushing for this freshly fried Yong Tau Foo….. look at those plates marching in line.

Look at those deep fried green stuffed green chillies, beatiful chillies than can make the devil out of you.


Deep fried stuffed beancurd roll is also another winner at Yum Yum Tree.

Lovely deep fried stuffed brinjal, so deeply purple and something I use to find in my mum’s kitchen.

Oh how can we miss the Yong Tau Foo, isn’t it all about Yong Tau Foo. I would really recommend this place if you are in Ipoh, you should not just pass by Ipoh but make sure you make an afford to stay for a few days to endulge with Ipoh’s riches, Ipoh Food.

Yours Sidney

Yum Yum Tree, Pasir Pinji, Ipoh

Yum Yum Tree is rather a strange name but yet able to make it a household name in Ipoh. You may wonder why. why? Well every foodstall has it’s own story to tell. For this one, it is situated at Pasir Pinji, a small village sited within Ipoh town. In fact this in Pasir Pinji you can find a lot of interesting cottage food similar to Yum Yum Tree such a the rojak and roast pork stall situated near the village market, homemake fresh rice pasta “Chee Cheong Fun” within Yum Yum Tree whereby you need to take your number in order to wait for your turn and many more.

I still can remember Yum Yum Tree started their stall at this rundown house but this year the owner decided to build a new coffeshop as shown below. What so famous about Yum Yum Tree? Well here you can get Ipoh’s version of Yong Tau Fo whereby the most fillings are from fish paste. It is one of the best Yong Tau Fo that I ever come across and rather different from what you can get in KL because of the fish paste.


So many people were rushing for this freshly fried Yong Tau Foo….. look at those plates marching in line.

Look at those deep fried green stuffed green chillies, beatiful chillies than can make the devil out of you.


Deep fried stuffed beancurd roll is also another winner at Yum Yum Tree.

Lovely deep fried stuffed brinjal, so deeply purple and something I use to find in my mum’s kitchen.

Oh how can we miss the Yong Tau Foo, isn’t it all about Yong Tau Foo. I would really recommend this place if you are in Ipoh, you should not just pass by Ipoh but make sure you make an afford to stay for a few days to endulge with Ipoh’s riches, Ipoh Food.

Yours Sidney

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