Dragon-I @ The Curve

April 25, 2010

Apologize for the lack of food postings recently. So sooner or later, I will need to disassociate myself as a food blogger (that is if I’m even qualify as one). I guess the main challenges nowadays is having the time to devour our food properly in order for me to be able to give a review of what I eat. Guess that won’t happen until at least Kayden is a little big older.

Kayden’s been having some rashes and some slight cough, so he’s getting a bit agitated for the past 2 days. So for dinner with May’s parent yesterday, we wanted to go to some air-cond place instead of the normal ‘Dai Chow’ place.

So come Dragon-I, a place that I have said for quite a while that I wanted to eat (although I ate like a few times before), just out of sheer craving. So we head over the The Curve for dinner.

But it’s a bit unfortunate that when we were seated, we realised that the air-cond is not working in the restaurant, so we ended up in a slightly more posh place with no air-cond.

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Their famous Shanghainese Dumpling is definitely a must try at RM9. 4 pieces of hand made dumpling, each with 18 foldings on the top and filled with meat and a flavoury soup. It’s the closest that you can get without visiting Shanghai.

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Dragon-I is also currently having RM1 for a whole Soya Sauce Chicken, which taste quite good too. Well you must say that RM1 for a whole chicken must be a gimmick, but then again, the chicken is of the small size which I assumed that it’s spring chicken?

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Their Fried Lai Mien with Mix Vege and Meat (RM13)  is pretty good with plenty of ‘Wok Hei’ and ingredients, goes well with their house made chilli sauce.

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May’s dad ordered a Malaysia version of Cantonese fried, which is Thin Fried Lai Mien with Seafood (RM15), looked a bit plain but taste-wise it’s not bad either.

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May ordered a Plain Lai Mien with Fried Pork Rib (RM16). The Plain Lai Mien is really plain so I didn’t get any pictures here. The Fried Pork Ribs looked good but she said it’s a bit on the chewy side.

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Our last order is my Sichuan Dan Dan Lai Mien (RM13), hot and spicy with minced meat and peanut sauce. I didn’t realised that it’s with peanut sauce until it went into my mouth. Taste good with the peanut sauce, just hopefully I won’t get my gout attach today.

Overall it’s an okay dinner because halfway through, Kayden started crying like no tomorrow and I had to gobble up whatever I’m eating. RM100 for dinner with 4 person is considerably okay. The only regret is we have to rush through dinner and didn’t get to try their famous Lau Sa Bao. Well I guess that we have to wait till next time.

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