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Hitomi
This is Hitomi living in Selayang. I am a Corporate Finance Associate, work in Bandar Utama. Thai, Italian are my favorite cuisines. I also love Food court, Café, Restaurant and Noodles.
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Siew Mai Siew Mai OK Jul 31, 2012   (Related Review)
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Categories : Chinese | Restaurant | Steaks / Chops | Steamboat/Hotpot | Dim sum

 Steamed Siew Mai Dumpling

Steamed Siew Mai Dumpling

 
Siew mai is one of the staple dim sum whenever I go to dim sum places. So when I tried out Onepot, I ordered siew mai by default. It did look rather decent but after tasting it, I would say it was normal. The skin was a little dry and too yellowish (a hint of artificial coloring?). The filling was rather mild but slightly juicy. One thing worth mentioning was the size of each siew mai was quite big.
 
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 Salted Egg Yolk Lotus Paste Bun

Salted Egg Yolk Lotus Paste Bun

 
The bun itself was tough and dense, hence it wasn't a good bun skin. You might even choke on the bun! The lotus root paste was very thick and dense, which was my preferred texture for bun fillings. Wait, I thought it mentioned salted egg but why I did not see any salted egg? My only deduction was that it was used in the making of lotus paste as the lotus paste tasted a little saltier.

 
 
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Sai Mai Lou becomes Sai Mai Sui Cry Jul 31, 2012   
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Vanilla Sago Cream with Honeydew [RM9]

Vanilla Sago Cream with Honeydew [RM9]

 
Vanilla, sago, and honeydew sounds like a perfect match for a chilled dessert. I wanted something like sai mai lou on this particular afternoon and I ordered one. First of all the timing that it was served was wrong. The waiter served this few minutes before our mains come. How can finish in such a short time? Secondly, it melted so fast that I didn't get to enjoy much. What I got was water tasted like vanilla and with alittle sago. The honeydew balls were sweet but overall this was a failure.
 
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 Stuffed Chicken Wing with Minced Chicken & Mushroom

Stuffed Chicken Wing with Minced Chicken & Mushroom

 
The idea of stuffing things into chicken wing is just bewildering. How on earth do you do that? At Rama V, you will get the chance to try out their stuffed chicken wings, however it was not exciting as it sounds. Though it was fried to crispiness, it was still mild in terms of flavor. Chunky fillings but again, mild but peppery. The chicken wings were very soft and quite filling though.
 
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Stir Fried Asparagus in Garlic

Stir Fried Asparagus in Garlic

 
When I was young, I rarely had asparagus. According to mommy, it is expensive. So let's eat expensive vegetable, shall we? The style of cooking gave me the idea that it would taste like the Chinese tai chao style and I was right about it. The asparagus was cooked to the right extent so as to retain the crunchiness. The garlic did enhance the natural sweetness in asparagus. Good to go with rice and curry!
 
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