Due to commitment issues as well as tight schedules, my colleagues and I planned this outing way before we were in the month of August. Initially, I suggested having it on Saturday morning in Klang but as suggestions, opinions and reasons were thrown around and partly because of our nature of laziness, my colleagues and I were ‘debating’ for a day or two before ending up at this place on one Sunday night.
My partners in crime were Simon and Cheryl.
As usual, I opted to use my own tea leaves instead of buying from them. This time, it was green tea from China instead of the usual chinese tea.
Cheryl was wondering on how many portion we should order. But after much thought about it and since I am a big eater was there, 3 portions was the final answer.
With a mixture of each and everything (beancurds, lean pork meat, pork ribs, pork stomach and mushrooms), the portion was quite reasonable. The only things that were lack of were straw mushrooms and pork intestines. What sets aside this from Klang version was the soup itself. Although it wasn’t strong, in terms of herbal essences, the taste was above average but not quite up to the mark yet. Apart from that, the thickness of the soup was somewhat mild (?) as compared to the ones in Klang. And little did I know, I was the only one on that day to clear up all the ‘spare parts’. -.-”
To *tsk* balance our diet *tsk*, we ordered Yau Mak / Loke Yau Choi (Direct English translation : Poached Oil Vegetable). Practically, it’s romaine lettuce with oyster sauce, soya sauce, onion oil, fried shallots and pork lard on it. Nothing fancy about it.
All in all, it was a good dinner. I thoroughly enjoyed the dinner as we chatted and exchanged silly jokes throughout the session. The bill came up to about RM42 (including 2 extra bowl of rice). But, as a reward for doing some ‘spy’ work for them, they footed the bill. Thanks!
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