Friday, October 12, 2012

Our Szechuan Breakfast In Chin's

The next morning breakfast was taken in Chin's Szechuan restaurant again, it was a Sunday and they served something special, something like dim sum with a dash of szechuan style here and there... I was looking forward to tasting something new again ... having Szechuan dim sum in San Diego... lol...
A more brighter look of Chin's restaurant
unlike the other night, it was a candle lit dinner...
I guess the people here don't fancy chinese food so much...
Only one table was occupied..and that was US from Malaysia... lol...
the Captain who is my sister's friend ordered these for us...
starting with a appetizer... 
a plate of cold dish...chicken, beef.. vegetables...etc...
steamed "mini-dragon"dumplings...
BBQ dumplings...something like ours here...
rice dumplings (tong yuen) but cooked in savoury style with beaten eggs...
I still prefer them to be cooked our way.. sweet and not saltish......
this is a common one... yau char kwai
but...
 it has to be taken together with this pancake like this...
and it become like this here...
with the crispiness of the combination, it was very nice...
I call it a Chinese Hot Dog style.. hahaha...
then we had these.... glutinous rice with chicken floss and "yau char kwai" again!
something I haven't  tasted before...
fried pancake... I forgot how the taste is like already.. but I know it is not sweet...
fried "nin koe" flat noodles...
the local ladies in charge.. lol....
many thanks to them for their recommendation
and giving us the treat!
I love traveling in a group, we can get to know so many people
from all around the world but there are many who love to travel alone
on a single holiday, there are much things to explore as well...
After the heavy breakfast, we left for the two hours ferry cruise...
I thought it was time to have a nap... cruising normally makes me sleepy...
But I was surprised that it was not what I expected....
stay tuned...

10 comments:

  1. The restaurant looks like serving western food xD

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  2. That looks better than an English breakfast.

    Greetings,
    Filip

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  3. I had the pan cake with Yau cha kwai at Taiwan before. It is famous there :)

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  4. houhousek: it is a mixture of two.. :)


    filip: seriously? hahaha...


    andrew: oh really! first time for me.. and if it is crispy, then very nice..

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  5. interesting breakfast you had over there..yummy!

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  6. Business so poor kah? Looks certainly different from usual dim sum. As long as it is nice, no problem. Over there, eating out, of course, not cheap lah?

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  7. hotdg style? hahahaha

    Maybe people eat Chinese at dinner time kot?

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  8. a chain?



    Have a Good Weekend,
    Aloha from Waikiki
    Comfort Spiral

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  9. The dim sum looks quite different from ours. Fried pancake looks like our "hong choi piah" (a type of mooncake)

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  10. pancakes seems interesting i love m\pancakes but the regular type haha

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