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mingee
This is mingee living in Ara Damansara. I am a Helpdesk Engineer, work in Brickfields. Western variety are my favorite cuisines. I also love and Steaks / Chops.
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Categories : Chinese | Hotel Dining | Buffet | Juices & Smoothies / Bubble Tea / Tea | Dim sum | Fine Dining

By this time, we were all pretty stuffed. However, the aroma of fried rice assaulted us, and we can't help but try some. Although we were fit to burst, the fried rice still tasted awesome. The rice was fluffy, fried full of wok hei. There were lots of shrimps, anchovies and salted fish in every spoonful of rice. I like the topping of fried dahfa fish slices as it gives the rice an extra salty tang. Definitely recommended.

 
 
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The baked tiger prawns with butter sauce in Summer Palace is quite nice. The prawns were fresh and juicy. I like the fact that the prawn heads were very much filled with roe. The oily taste of prawn roe, cholesterol-laden but very enjoyable. The shell was quite easily peeled. The prawns were fried with butter, sugar, salt and chilli leaves, definitely very aromatic. There were also some flakes of fried butter sprinkled on top. Definitely recommended.

 
 
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Two Flavour Chicken Smile Sep 25, 2013   (Related Review)
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The two flavour chicken is essentially a whole roast chicken with chunks of deep fried boneless chicken with salted egg yolks adorning the sides. The roast chicken so tender and juicy, though not mind-blowing. The quality is as expected from an upper class Chinese restaurant. The deep fried boneless chicken with salted egg yolks was definitely the highlight. The piece of chicken, presumably from the thigh, was deep fried to golden perfection together with the salted egg yolks. It tasted both salty and sweet at the same time. The boneless bit definitely helps. Each mouthful was very nice. Definitely recommended.

 
 
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A couple of weeks ago, boss told us to go to Summer Palace Putrajaya Marriot Hotel to do some food tasting in anticipation of the coming annual dinner. Summer Palace was one of the shortlisted restaurant for the annual dinner. Obviously we were very happy to become the 'guinea pigs'. It took us quite a while to reach, as the place wasn't very easy to find. The hotel parking was also not very friendly. Anyways, our dish of braised seafood soup with dried seafood came. It was akin to the texture of shark's fin soup, but without the shark's fin, as the company is against having that. The seafood soup was filled with real crab meat, some chicken bits, slices of sea cucumber, and sliced mushrooms. It was a bit salty, but still very acceptable. Add in some vinegar, and you're good to go.

 
 
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Wan Tan Mee Soup OK Sep 24, 2013   
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Since I have tried the dry wan tan mee here before, and they add in curry sauce which was quite nice, I wanted to try their soup version. I ordered one, and it came in a jiffy. The noodle was cooked a bit too long, making it slightly soft, but still OK. The soup has quite a bit of MSG, but that it quite expected. There were some slices of char siew in it, and some meat balls as well. Slightly salty and priced at RM5, it was a decent price to pay for lunch.

 
 
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