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Siew yuk aglio olio! It has every reason to be the star on table. The tender and succulent pork plus crispy pork skin combination is life... yumms! It's truly hidden gem in happy mansion, love how cosy this place is and everything is so reasonably priced considering the quality of siew yuk they serve. Though it's a bit salty... not that I'm complaining. The aglio olio is not bad but definitely got outshined by the siew yuk.

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The not-so-meesiam-kind of mee siam together with assam siew yuk (RM15.90). I like the sourish taste of mee siam that really stimulate your appetite. It's definitely not the your authentic mee siam but it's not bed either. The assam siew yuk however is very saucy and very flavourful, despite that it got soggy because it is covered and drowned in assam sauce.

Since I was in Kuala Lumpur for just one night, it was imperative that I squeeze in supper, despite the worryingly distended state of my belly after a most spectacular meal at Nadodi KL (a proper post about this hosted dinner will come soon). And whom better to test my limits with than my KL-based foodies-in-crime - Gail (IG: @borntobegreedy) and Anita (@anitaeats).
Thanks to Anita, we ended up at this no-name “zi char” stall on Jalan Sarawak, Pudu (but I am guessing that is the correct geotag) where she ordered two kinds of stirfried noodles and a soup called “Bak Khee Thng” from the elderly gentleman who obviously knows his way around a wok.
Shown above are the KL style of “Charcoal Fried Hokkien Mee” and the raw egg-topped “Moonlight Hor Fun” that arrived after a few minutes of waiting time. Both blackish, glossy beauties came covered in crispy pieces of pork lard. To be expected, they boasted a good amount of “wok hei” and were really tasty albeit being oily.
I would return just to have these again and with an empty stomach the next time, in order to do them proper justice 😆

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This is one portion (1/4) of Roast Duck. Imagine how the succulent fatty layer and the juicy lean meat layered in between melts in your mouth... yumms!

Out of the many dishes, only the spare ribs were acceptable. The rest was a waste of quota. Portion small, taste not great, pricey dimsum.. Gonna be the 1st & last visit (1.8/5)

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Saw this recommendation in Eatdrink Kl website so I decided to give a try. I have ordered their best seller Gongfu Pig (RM28++) is actually a char boiled marinated pork ribs in Cantonese smoked BBQ sauce served with broken potatoes and fresh green salad. I personally felt the pork rib and the sauce is separate, not that recommend this dishes.
Hopefully they will have improvement on their food. Anyway, their shop deco is really nice and is definitely a hotspot to let customer take photos.

3/10