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First Garden Dim Sum And The Gifts

Both of us had a tete-a-tete in a Dim Sum cafe in First Garden yesterday.  She is a busy lady as we all know especially with the Mother's Day around the corner and of all days, I chose yesterday to call her out.  Anyway, it was just a short while and during this short time, we went to the Dim Sum shop just opposite the GP food court.

Service is good there, the ladies there are friendly, they even recommended what to eat when both of us were seated.  For two persons taking Dim Sum, it is certainly not easy to order, either too much to eat or too much to take home... (cannot poslaju, sorry!)  hahaha...
Soon our food arrived....
See "how much" we ordered... hahahaa...
Both of us have small stomachs, I guess...
This actually looks as big as a Tar Pau (Big Dumpling)
The fillings inside are kind of different... 
Chicken, vegetables and the special thing is that...
there is a layer of glutinous rice at the bottom of the pau too!
This is also different from the ones in town...
I like their texture and the meat fillings, they are very tasty too!
Well, a meal is not complete without some sweeties, right?
We took a picture of each other .. a very natural one... 
hahahaaa...
As usual, I do not go home empty-handed...
Wenn always have some gifts in hand...
Thank you, Wenn for the exquisite pendant!!
Wenn will I see you again? :)

Comments

  1. That's a delightful dim sum. Wow, the pao is so big and that is more than enough for a small eater. You are truly blessed with kind friends around you. Bet you have a great time.

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    1. We like to try new food.. the pau is something new to us.. :)

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  2. Eh, 3 things only wor, enuff ahh? But if that pao is as big as tai pao, then yes, quite filling.. If me ahh, I wana add chau lobak koh, fried sui kow and woo kok, teehee..

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    1. If you were here, maybe we need to order more la.. hahahaa...

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  3. Not many people leh? Usually dim sum shops overflowing with customers.

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    1. Not those big restaurants in town.. those are usually crowded and I don't like to go there..

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  4. Those food - enough already... will talk more than eating right? hehehe.... just kidding.

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    1. Yeah.. more like enjoying each other's company...

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  5. The pendant is really beautiful, and will look so good on you. We drink the Coffee Mate, too! It is so good in coffee! The sweet with the green inside, so pretty.

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    1. Yes, I agree with you... it is beautiful..

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  6. nice dimsum, but then i think just the two of you cannot order and eat so much also.. must bring a big group of people together, then can order more food so that everywhere gets to eat a little of everything, haha!! :p

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    1. Yes lor.. so when can we have a bigger group?? :)

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  7. wah...Aunty reana happy today!

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  9. New place for dim sum. Like the chim tui

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    1. Me too, I like them too especially they are still warm and crispy.

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  10. 2 of you shared these 3 dishes????? I don't think i'm even full to have all these dishes alone lol

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    1. hey Ken... I don't believe you!! hehehee..

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  11. The bao you had was not a 'tai bao'. It's known as 'Gai Wo Bao', very famous in Sri Petaling.

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    1. Yeah, I mentioned it looked as big as like Tai Pau... hahahaa..so it is Gai Wo Bao! Kind of special cos this is not sold in town...

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  12. It's nice to hv something light and satisfying.

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    1. Yes, right... no need to fill ourselves "gluttonly"... :)

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  13. The tua pau looks different, must be yummy!

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  14. I was wondering who you met up with. So nice of both of you to make time to meet up and have dim sum together and exchange gifts. Haha, I like your last line, very suitable and punny.

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  15. Always like that, when meet up with bloggers, we always take pictures of everything, can say that's pretty fun actually!!!

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