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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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Second best fried carrot cake Smile Jul 31, 2012   
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Categories : Chinese | Stall / Warung

Fried Carrot Cake

Fried Carrot Cake

 
Whenever I see fried carrot cake, I would be super eager to try, mainly because I have had good one nearby where I stay but most often than not, I was welcomed with disappointment due to the wrong texture and/or wrong taste. The fried carrot cake was slightly seared but retained its softness inside. The amount of eggs used was generous and tasted very eggy indeed. It tasted very flavorful, mainly because the use of choy poh (marinated vegetable). Every Tuesday night, you will see people queuing up for this fried carrot cake and no other stalls share the same popularity as this one.
 
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Categories : French | Restaurant | Pizza/Pasta | Burgers / Sandwiches

Champagne Mille Feuille [RM21]

Champagne Mille Feuille [RM21]

 
French does their dessert right and that was what I was told. However, nobody warned me about their petite size. On one side was the puff pastry with champagne-poached berries and lemon curd and on another side was chocolate glaze. The chocolate glaze was made up of vanilla ice cream with some chocolate cookies crumble (I guess) which was a thoughtful combination of texture and flavor; smooth against coarse, sweet against bitter.

 
The puff pastry was the highlight and the size of the puff did not do it justice. Crispy from inside out, it broke apart with slightest pressure, and boyfriend and I had to rush to rescue the falling crumble and scooped some of the poached berries to eat with it. The poached berries were soft and poaching it with champagne made it alive. While the poached berries were sweet, the lemon curd was there to be the antagonist. The balance was good despite the strong contrast that both carried. Surely we can have some more right?
 
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Pesto Capellini  Smile Jul 31, 2012   (Related Review)
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Pesto Capellini [RM20]

Pesto Capellini [RM20]

 
Being listed as one of the appertisers, we should have expected the scaled-down portion but our jaw dropped concurrently when the appertiser was served. That part, I must say, the texture of the capellini was perfect; soft yet holding itself together. The glorious pesto which crowned the capellini was coarse, thick and creamy, providing a good blend of flavor and texture to the soft capellini, yet not too gooey. Toasted pine nuts was an excellent touch with its buttery aroma and crumbly soft texture. It contrasted against the pesto perfectly and boyfriend and I had to fight for the last bite that was left. It was small but filled with lots of effort, be it the preparation or the thought.
 
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Pumpkin puree  Smile Jul 31, 2012   (Related Review)
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Categories : Multi-Cuisine | Hotel Dining | Steamboat/Hotpot | Dim sum | Fine Dining | Special Occasion Dining

 
I like pumpkin on its own or savory. Both are fine for me. It was my first time having pumpkin as dessert though. The purée was not as dense, slightly watery but not the red bean tong sui type of watery. Tasted slightly sweet but it was very very mild. The texture was very close to mango purée but loaded with more fibre.
 
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  Pandan Paste Sesame Ball

Pandan Paste Sesame Ball

 
This dessert was served on top of a shot glass, where at the bottom of the shot glass, you could see some gravy in it, which was "Teo Chew" yam paste. The evenness of sesame was obvious, crispy much that it cracked upon pressure (not too much), and out came the smell of pandan.

 
Look at the glorious green filling. No skimpy filling here as for the price charged, you would reasonably expect it to be so. The paste was very dense and fragrant. To eat it with the teo chew sauce, what I did was a bite of the sesame ball and a small sip of the teo chew sauce.
 
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