Saturday, December 13, 2008

On Dim Sum Crave

It wasn't long ago when this guy showed me all those picturs of food that he took. When I was shouting out loud I'm hungry. In the middle of the night summore. To which he ended having two hard boiled eggs in the end.

But I resented having hard boiled eggs for my supper. I prefer hot dogs. But with no kitchen and stove, the only way I have of cooking hot dogs are... I guess... NONE! That is why my only way of satisfying the hunger cry is by driving out to town.

So I drove all the way to Jalan Ipoh for the dim sum...

[Not for supper of course. Wanna die ah?! Drive all the way from Klang to Jalan Ipoh just to have Dim Sum?! Even if I have the energy to go, I doubt I could stay awake to drive back to hostel lorh.]

Anyways, went over with him for a dinner in the drizzle the other night after I voiced out my cravings for the petite dishes. And so we were there around 8-ish, being sat at a table for two outside the shop. To which he was grumbling of being shun by the shop as there won't be enough attention compared to being seated inside the house. But rest assured, we got served.

Now, don't ask me what the names of all those little things are. The only thing I know is "Ha-kao" or prawn dumpling.

And "siew-mai" or... I don't know what the translation is. But here you go. Just don't hate me for showing all these photos.

But if you know all the name of them little things, don't hesitate to let me know! *sniggering* Quiz time! LOL

Left the shop around 9-ish. Federal highway was clogged by cars. Was forced to take NKVE instead. And finally managed to reach the hostel-sweet-hostel just a few minutes after 10pm.. There you go. The adventure of driving for one hour for food.

Seriously, I wouldn't mind travelling for food. But I need companion. So... anyone up for food trips? LMAO

13 Jujus:

TZ said...

Dude, I'm not the one that would drive far far away for food ... hehehe... A date with BKT is abnormal act of me :p How about a makan makan trip to Penang :p

Calvin said...

I have posted 2 posts about Dim Sum last month about the one I went to in Kuchai Lama with pictures and names of every item. Go check it out if you want to know the names.

Mannpriedo d'Saintner said...

Can I resist those colorful dim sums? To eat or not to eat, that's the question!

JC said...

night time also got dim sum?

*Anton* said...

Don't have to drive so far for dimsum as Klang has a 24-hour place that sells it too. I think the Jln Ipoh ones are a bit pricey nowadays too.

+Ant+

Medie007 said...

TZ, come BKT again la. hehehe plus, i will never turn down a makan trip one. :P

calvin, lazy to check. blek

Saintner... EAT! MUST EAT! :P

JC, yeah there are a few places that has dim sum at night. jalan ipoh for one. there's one in sri petaling i think. and kepong area too.

JC said...

i will never get a chance to makan at night. =(

Jaded_Jeremy said...

Err you can boil hot dog and eat it you know.

Medie007 said...

anton, klang got mei!?!??!?!

JC, just drive out and makan la ;P

jaded jeremy, but we dont have the heater. or boiler. or kettle...

foongpc said...

The third photo of the the dimsum is called "wu gok". Luckily I'm not a big fan of dimsum. So no drooling here
: )

Medie007 said...

hahaha
but how can!!! dim sum is everyone's favourite! :P

Bryan Karl said...

Reminds me of my dinner yesterday, some quail egg siomai and steamed rice. Yum.

foongpc said...

Not me! : )