Sunday, April 15, 2018

Chuen Cheung Kui, DimDimSum & Seaview Food Shop @ Hong Kong

Mongkok, what's good? This bustling enclave is bursting with top-notch temptations, from the luscious salt-baked chicken and fried milk custard of Chuen Cheung Kui ...

... to the deep-fried dumplings with wasabi filling, steamed dumplings stuffed with shrimp, egg white and vegetables, and the peerlessly pleasurable chicken and fish maw cooked in Chinese herbs at DimDimSum ...

... to the compulsively addictive congee and rice noodle rolls at carbs-be-damned, constantly crowded Seaview Food Shop.

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  1. Fried yue tiau wrapped in chee cheong fan? That's something new to me but yes, carbs be damned, I will eat that!

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    1. Phong Hong: i think i've seen it at several places in the klang valley, but i wish it was more widely available! :)

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  2. You didn't mention the prices - I hear everything is so expensive there, what more with the dwindling value of our miserable ringgit.

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    1. Suituapui: yeah, i don't dare look at the receipts anymore!

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  3. What a timely post to read about this fabulous Dim Sum place! I will be going to Hong Kong in weeks and stay along Nathan Road which has this outlet at Nelson Street! Yay!

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    1. Twilight Man: yay! i anticipate you'll have a delicious time, devouring delectable dim sum! :D

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  4. Fried milk custard looks interesting, heard many time from the HK drama and wonder how's it tasted like and how's the texture?
    I miss the Zha Liong (you tiao wrapped with Chee Cheong Fun). Had once at a restaurant at KL but it closed down :(

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    1. Choi Yen: it's very creamy but firm - kinda like a cross between scrambled eggs and an omelette :D ya, i can't remember where to get that zha liong anymore in kl ...

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