Monday, May 26, 2014

Grand Harbour

After our initial visit in January, we finally ate at Grand Harbour restaurant again.

Beef Brisket Noodle - MYR13.80 - some of the pieces of beef were quite tough.

 Deep Fried Yam Dumpling (Wu Kok) - MYR6.30 - very crispy but oily as expected.

Close up shot - I can't really tell what ingredients are in the fillings just by looking at it but from the taste of it, I know there are yam, chinese mushrooms, and minced meat in the fillings.

I must order this at every place that serves glutinous rice - MYR6.30 - I like this as the glutinous rice is soft but not too soft and it has the right balance of saltiness and sweetness. There is a piece of chicken meat, a slice of chinese mushroom and a piece of pork meat on top.

We ordered steamed beef ball again - MYR7.30 - tender but as I mentioned before, the beef taste is not strong enough for me.

Close up cross section shot - as can be seen, there are pieces of water chestnut and spring onions within the minced beef meat ball to provide some crunchiness to it.

Steamed fish meat balls - MYR 6.80 - soft but "bouncy"

Deep Fried Glutinous Chicken Dumpling - MYR6.30 - we waited quite some time for this and it was served piping hot so I think it came directly from the cooking oil to our table.

Close up cross section - as can be seen from the photo, there are very little fillings inside but the glutinous rice flour ball is chewy and taste quite good - sweet and savoury.

Steamed shrimp and green peas dumpling - MYR6.80 - passable. We also ordered a pot of tea for two @ MYR3 per pax. Total bill came up to MYR69.15 inclusive of 10% service charge and 6% gov. tax.

16 comments:

  1. I like the glutinous rice but without the onion leaves on top!!!

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    1. I also will not fail, must order lo mai kai if available on menu.

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  2. Yummzzz, I see wantan mee and woo kok.. If hubby sees the beef wantan mee, he will go crazy, he's crazy of beef and all things beefy.. I can eat 5 woo kok at one go! I never miss to order woo kok if I have dimsum..

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    1. Has your hubby eaten the beef noodle in din tai fung before?

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    1. You like lo mai kai or ba chang more?

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  4. We have stopped going to dim sum restaurant for some time. Now looking at those delicious dim sum make me want to go again especially the wu kok.

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    1. Wu kok is nice if more yam than fat inside.

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  5. Long time I didnt go for dim sum. Not much choices here anyway.

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    1. If few choices but tasty should be fine.

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  6. Yam dumpling I like, kinda miss it now ;)

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  7. Your food post is getting more and more pro :) Nice work there.

    The dim sum looks not bad la. I like to try the beef balls

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    1. Thank you for the compliment. Just recording the food I eat only. No ambition to go pro. :)

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