Mum, god-mum and I had casual lunch @ Golden Phoenix together with Carol. They still serve their yee sang (Until tomorrow only), so we had an opportunity to have it today. We were more focused on th La-Mian and the dim sum though. 😀
To be honest, he isn’t great. The noodles he did wasn’t equal.. I guess he’s not experienced enough.
The chef doing the spinach la-mian.
A video of the chef making kungfu sheok mian. No, it’s not syok . It means shaved noodles. Really cool!
Kungfu Sheok Mian (S: RM25++ M: RM45++ L: RM50++)
Although you can see some are thin, some are thick, it’s a delicious noodle. It’s wok-fried noodles with prawns and squid.
Braised La Mian Soup with Smoked Duck Breast (With pork and chicken stock) (RM18++)
Supposedly it is spinach la mian, but we didn’t want the spinach one. Of all the 4 la mians we had, this was the best. The second was the syeok mian. (: Mainly because it’s clear soup and there isn’t too much things to make of when you have a la mian. This was just simple and healthy-feeling.
Braised La Mian in crab meat broth (RM17++)
with tobiko, thick gravy.
Wok fried La Mian with egg plants and minced meat (S: RM25++ M: RM45++ L: RM50++)
Its quite good.. Just not very there.
The pictures below are just some new dim sum items. (:
Steamed Har Gow
Steamed Xiu Mai with Scallops
Deepfried Tiger Prawns
Served with wasabi mayonnaise.
Shimeji Dumplings in Miso Soup (RM15)
Yam Ice Cream (RM15)