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I invited my family to have a lavish Chinese New Year lunch during the Chinese New Year holiday in 2011. I remembered it was a double celebration in that year, one of which is the Chinese New Year family Reunion Lunch. We did not opt for the Chinese New Year package instead we ordered a few items from the Ala Carte menu. One of the dishes we had, was Mini Loh Hon Poon Choi. The dish was done impressively with great effort. Loh Hon was made of bean curd skin which formed a bowl, in the bowl they
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I invited my family to have a lavish Chinese New Year lunch during the Chinese New Year holiday in 2011. I remembered it was a double celebration in that year, one of which is the Chinese New Year family Reunion Lunch. We did not opt for the Chinese New Year package instead we ordered a few items from the Ala Carte menu.

One of the dishes we had, was Mini Loh Hon Poon Choi. The dish was done impressively with great effort. Loh Hon was made of bean curd skin which formed a bowl, in the bowl they stuffed mini abalones, black hair seaweed "fatt choy", water chestnut, chicken meat at the bottom, Chinese oysters, sea cucumber, mushrooms, ginkgo and button mushrooms. The whole "bean curd bowl" was placed on top of a garden of lettuce. The whole dish was the highlight among all the dishes.

Having all the ingredients cooked together that made the taste sweeter and mouthwatering. Sea cucumber was soft and smooth, the mushrooms were so juicy with the gravy, the Chinese oysters' that spiced up the dish with its seafood salty taste, bean curd skin was soft and the mini abalones were chewy.

Everyone was just staring and checking out the masterpiece before eating. A remarkable dish for everyone to enjoy. Slurp!


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