I luv the different types of chinese dumplings like wantan, sui kao and xiu long bao (hence the name). By the way, who doesn't?
That nite, I was craving for some juicy meat dumplings so we ended up here for dinner.
Pan Fried Pork Bun (3 at RM8).
Tasted like something between char siew bao (BBQ pork bun) and xiu long bao. The buns were first steamed and then pan fried.
Pork and Mushroom Pastry (3 at RM6).
Crispy bread stuffed with spicy pork bits, turnips and mushrooms.
The La Mien (Pull Nudles) were tasty as usual.
Sichuan Style La Mien (RM12)
Springy La Mien that came in spicy and flavourful broth. A good try! We were very pleased with this bowl of nudles :)
Fried Rice with Prawns, Chicken and Ham (RM16)
Aside from the fact that it is abit greasy, we luv the generous serving of big crunchy prawns, chicken chunks and crispy ham strips. Another very good try from Crystal Jade!
After a heavy meaty meal, what you need is a refereshing bowl of dessert...
My bowl of Almond Beancurd Longan (RM6). The beancurd was really smooth but I hate the weirdo Almond taste @_@
Char Siew Bao ordered Glutinous Dumplings in Ginger Soup (RM6). The dumplings were stuffed with red bean paste, yummy to go with the sweet hot ginger soup.
Writing this post makes me crave for dumplings even more, so my next-to-try Shanghai restaurant would be Dragon-i that has been substantially reviewed (or criticised?) by food bloggers.
LOCATION: R2 Lot 10, 5o Jalan Sultan Ismail, K.L.