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Fried Lala Steamed Fish
Review (44)
Level4 2013-08-31
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here the pork meat is very nice and tasty and also this must try the squid . little spicy and yet very appetizing to start off the meal.love the taste so much and i love their menu have many style of cooking styles and choices of flavours. they have non spicy and up to the thai cuisinese and indonesian style as well. the squid is fresh and cooked with some onions and flavourful continue reading
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Level4 2013-08-03
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Dragon Town Restaurant 龙城 is surely the place to bring family for dinner during weekend and need to early for dinner as here always crowded for the shop nearby all have the food court and eatery places and hard to find parking. here is nice to try the seafood and the a cup of the jelly for my desserts. refreshing and not sweet at all. just nice to end my heavy meal continue reading
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Crispy fried chicken is a standard dish in the Cantonese cuisine of southern China and Hong Kong. The chicken is first steam and dry and fried in such a way that the skin is extremely crunchy but the white meat is relatively soft. The dish often served with side dishes of pepper salt. It is also one of the traditional chicken dishes used in Chinese weddings and other Asian weddings.Dragon Town offers the Crispy Chicken as signature dish which require pre order before it can be served. The chicken dish is fried in such a way that the skin is extremely crunchy, but the white meat is relatively soft. The dish was served and it looked so glorious. I hadn’t had it for a long time, so I almost forgot what it tasted like. The chicken had golden fried skin, very crispy texture, and slightly sweet and spicy – garlicky taste. The difference is that this time around it was served drizzle with brown sauce which compliment the chicken. I find the price of RM 38 for this dish a bit pricey but if you're a chicken lover, I recommend that you should give it a try and have the whole dish to yourself. continue reading
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Level4 2012-08-17
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chinese vegetable dumpling, gyozaThis is chinese vegetable dumpling, gyoza. This dumpling is slightly different from japanese type gyoza. Japanese gyoza is pan fried but chinese dumpling (Gao Zhi) normally is steam type so it doesn't taste oily. You can really taste the sweetness of this dumpling. The filling is really nice and juicy. The dumpling skin is so thin. continue reading
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