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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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Categories : Chinese | Restaurant | Dim sum | Porridge

Tai Pao

Tai Pao

 
Another staple food my boyfriend usually have is this tai pao. I am not a big fan of pao myself, so I wouldn't choose pao unless I have no choice. The tai pao here was pretty good, I must say! The bun was soft and fluffy, and the ingredients was quite decent for the price. Most importantly, when it was served, it was hot! Be prepared for the surprise spill of juice too!
 
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Shapeless Latte OK Jul 31, 2012   (Related Review)
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Categories : French | Restaurant | Steaks / Chops | Seafood | Fine Dining | Private Party

Latte

Latte

 
I always enjoy looking at coffee art. The skill to put a heart shape using the foam on the coffee is something beyond me. It was my first time being at Bistro for brunch so we decided to have a cup of coffee. I had latte myself. Instead of a heart shape, I had a shapeless latte. Though it wasn't as pretty as most cafe, the foam was warm and smooth on tongue, so was the coffee. Most importantly I did not feel discomfort after the coffee, which is always a sign of good coffee.
 
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Sugar Cake OK Jul 31, 2012   (Related Review)
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Categories : Restaurant | Desserts

Sugee Cake

Sugee Cake

 
Usually my boyfriend and I would come here for coconut drinks. Since we were a little hungry and nothing much left to have as snack, we tried the sugee cake, which is originated from Portuguese in Malacca. I found its similarity to butter cake, except that it should be more buttery and sinful (according to my Portuguese bf). A little dry, but flavour wise, it was good.
 
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Floury Pai Kuat Cry Jul 31, 2012   (Related Review)
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Categories : Chinese | Restaurant | Steaks / Chops | Steamboat/Hotpot | Dim sum

Steamed Pai Kuat

Steamed Pai Kuat

 
Pai Kuat should be lean, well, at least that is my ideal type of pai kuat. It wasn't until one year ago that I started to realise "Oh, you can get pai kuat at dim sum places!". LOL, I was so kampung girl back then because my family usually does not eat out during weekends. The only place I always have my pai kuat is Restoran Ho Choon Sien. Their version was less floury than Onepot's, and perhaps juicier due to the ratio of meat to flour. Taste wise, both are relatively similar. Onepot's had more broken bones lying around which made the eating experience less enjoyable.
 
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Worst Fan Cheong Cry Jul 31, 2012   (Related Review)
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Prawn Cheong Fun

Prawn Cheong Fun

 
When it comes to rice roll, I am very picky. I like mine thin yet semi translucent and frankly speaking, not many places can do that. Onepot is considered the worst place for rice roll or cheong fun ever. The rice roll constituted 95% of the dish, no kidding! Basically you will regret if you order this. The prawn itself wasn't very fresh and both the prawn and skin did not go well with one another. Chili was not bad though.
 
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