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Growing Sideways At Crystal Jade Restaurant, Singapore

A WELL FED LUNCH...

They took me to Crystal Jade in one of the malls here at Orchard Road, Singapore.  I could not remember which branch.  All I know is that we ordered a "feast" for ourselves, after hungering ourselves without breakfast and straight for lunch from the hotel.  I thought my kids have stopped growing, seems I am wrong, they are still in the "growing up" stage, perhaps sideways like yours truly here.  Someone said I look "thick" now.... what a nice word to replace "chubby" instead... LOL...

Here's what we ordered....
Beef noodles...
Shrimp Fried Rice...
Duck wanton noodles...
Porridge for me... 
Actually we shared our main meals... 
And then followed by these side orders...
Siew Loong Pau...
Lau Sar Pau...
Char Siew Pau...
Chee Cheong Fun...
And these two trays!
Are we really such Big Eaters??
I guess we are.... we did not leave edible behind.... 
We are still in the Growing UP stage... LOL... 

Comments

  1. No leh, not that much. You still have a long long way to go to catch up with me. LOL!!!

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  2. Used to frequent crystal jade for their claypot pig liver, three combination platter such as roast chicken, roast meat and char siew and porridge

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  3. I prefer the word chubby to thick. This eatery used to be in KL but all gone now don't know why. Food looks delicious!

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  4. Thick sounds weird. Haha. Thick skin?? I love all the dishes and dim sum. Bet need to share around. So many on the table. I would grow horizontal if eat like that everyday.

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  5. Shared among the four of you, OK lah. Sharing the fats hah..hah...

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  6. Everything looks awesome! Looking thick? Ridiculous, you always look very thin and small to me!!!

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  7. Chubby is a better word la! All so yummy!

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