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Friday, March 5, 2010

Bunny Eats @ Din Tai Fung, Pavilion

Hunny and I went for a charity fashion show last Sunday at JW Marriott Hotel organized by SIFE_UNMC. If you are looking for cheap parking at Bukit Bintang area, do park at Starhill Gallery at RM5/entry. Do not park at Pavilion unless you are swimming in pools of rates there are hourly.

We went to watch Book Of Eli starring Denzel Washington. We sat Twin Seats but I don't like Pavilion's Twinseats as the next door seats are placed too close to each other and got no place to put our shopping's like economy twinseats there....other GSCs like 1U, MV, Tropicana gives ample space in between twinseats for more privacy and roomy feel. Stupid Pavilion seats were also much more expensive! The movie was so-so only..I was surprised the censorship board didn't censor most of the show...violence, f**k words, etc.

After the movie, we decided to eat at Din Tai Fung which took over I think Dainti Hill Restaurant. Hunny and I were hankering for their ultra-licious creamy century egg yolk. We ordered 2 eggs at RM3.90, 1 each for both of us.

Then as we just wanted to fill our tummies a little, we ordered a Prawn Fried Rice at RM14.90 to share. The rice was eggy, fluffy and separate. I found it a lil too oily but Hunny said it was just done right for him.

No visit to Din Tai Fung is complete without a serving of steamed dumplings. We ordered 6 pcs of Pork and Prawn dumplings. They were delicious eaten on their own without the usual vinegar and ginger shreds...the sweetness of the prawns balanced out the gamey-ness of the pork. Hunny made a good choice. Yummy!

Hunny loves deep fried stuff and ordered a Prawn and Pork Deep Fried Dumpling but the taste wasn't as good as the delicious steamed ones.

I can't wait to go to Din Tai Fung next round...just to tabao theor yummy century eggs....nomnomnom :)

p/s : All photos taken by Hunny



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