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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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Mini Dumplings Smile Sep 22, 2013   (Related Review)
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Wifey and I decided to order the mini dumplings again, however, this time we specified that we wanted the dumplings to be pan-fried longer till brown. The waiter was very oblinging, and when the dumplings came, we were happy to note that it was indeed browner than the ones we had in the Seapark branch. The skin also seemed thinner. The fillings were the same, juicy and delectable. We had a much better experience with this compared to the last time. Priced at RM6 for 8 pieces, it was well worth the amount paid.

 
 
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Pineapple With Lemon OK Sep 22, 2013   
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The pineapple with lemon in Tang House of Fishball was cited as a new offering. Since I didn't know what to order, I decided to have that, so that I would have something to chew on while waiting for my food. There were huge chunks of pinepples in the glass, though it tasted like it was from a can. There weren't much lemon taste, as the pineapple taste overpowered it. Priced at RM3 for a cold glass, it was a decent price to pay.

 
 
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Mini Dumpling OK Sep 22, 2013   (Related Review)
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The mini dumpling, or gao zhi in Tang House of Fishball was just so-so. They do look pretty cute, small and we were able to eat one in a single mouthful. However, I thought that the skin was a bit thick. I would have preferred that pan-fry it longer to get the brown crispiness on the skin. Some vinegar and julienned ginger was given to complement the dumpling, but the ginger was quite meagre. The filling was OK, quite juicy but rather small. Priced at RM6 for 8 pieces, it was a decent amount to pay.

 
 
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Homemade Porridge Smile Sep 22, 2013   (Related Review)
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I was quite intrigued to see that Tang House of Fishball serves fried porridge, as I cannot imagine how that would taste like. Unfortunately, they only serve it for two people, and I cannot order it for a single eater. Since wifey didn't want porridge, I had to order the homemade porridge instead. The home made porridge was pretty good actually. The porridge itself was smooth, and they added ingredients on top, naturally fish products. There were slices of fish cakes and fish balls, together with some chopped spring onions, sesame oil and pepper powder. Priced at RM6, it was a decent amount to pay. I would definitely return to taste the fried porridge the next time.

 
 
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When I saw this in the menu, I was pretty intrigued. I have only had fish noodles in steamboats before, so this dish is quite unique to me. I decided to order, and it came pretty quick. The main ingredient was fish noodles, fried to perfection. Full of mouth-bounce and very flavourful, it complemented the pieces of cheong fun well. The cheong fun itself was silky smooth. Fried together a la char koay teow style, there were beansprouts, chinese sausage, eggs and gau choy in the ensemble. Definitely recommended, and the price tag of RM7 was quite decent too.

 
 
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