It has been unbearably hot here lately and the cold and refreshing pomelo salad (RM8.00)…that we had was definitely a welcome relief.
For something a little stronger and spicier, I had their lamb curry (RM19.00, with rice)…
Tried the green curry chicken (RM16.00 with rice)…and instantly declared that it was very nice
I sure enjoyed their potato salad…a lot as well. Gosh!!! I noticed that the salads were running out faster than they could make them to refill. No, you can’t make a lot at one go – after you have let it sit for a while, the “water” will come out and the salad would not be as nice anymore.
The butter chicken (RM18.00 with rice)…was very good. Usually, I would think that it was something like bolognese sauce but this time around, it seemed like a whole lot of fresh tomatoes went into the making of the sauce and it was a little bit spicy. We sure enjoyed that very much that day.
Peter had this absolutely out-of-this-world chicken in traditional Foochow red wine soup specially cooked for me to enjoy with our Foochow longevity noodles, the mee sua…– a must eat on birthdays and other special occasions and as if that huge bowl of the noodles, the meat and the eggs were not enough, he also served me a separate bowl of the awesome soup and some more of the meat!
My masak kunyit (cooked with turmeric) prawns…or fish is sourish too with the slices of asam keping (dried tamarind) added in the cooking and I sure enjoy that a lot
Of course we had the Foochow longevity noodles in the super awesome traditional Foochow red wine chicken soup… Mee sua in chicken soup …and they specially reserved one of the drumsticks for me – the other one was for the birthday boy. The soup was simply out of this world and one contributing factor would be the wine, made by one of Peter’s aunties, and I heard they added dried longans to it, as well as the usual wolfberries and red dates too, thus contributing to the fragrance and the sweetness of the soup.
We had my girl’s favourite, their lamb masala and I asked for three servings of that (RM19.00 each, with rice) as usually they would have three chunks of meat in each so there would be enough for the 7 of us
My girl had the chicken chop…with a special request for mashed potatoes instead of the slices of garlic bread by the side as those would not be gluten-free. As always, we enjoyed the food