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First Garden Dim Sum In The Morning

FOOD SPREE ON A FRIDAY MORNING!! Woke up with a pang of joy, another blessed day of meeting up with my "foodventurers" to try out something new again... but before we ventured out, we had a light breakfast in First Garden. I was yearning for a bite of the BBQ dumpling *char siew pau* .... just a small bite will do actually but we ended up ordering something more than just a small bite! hahahaa....
Actually only this much... not really a lot for the three of us...
Spinach dumpling... one for each....
This is kind of special... chicken with sticky rice inside the dumpling...

My yearning-for BBQ dumpling and "Nam Yue Pau"...
Wonder who ordered this.... hmmmm.....
One Yam Dumpling to be shared.... fair...
Just took a small piece.... 
Here's something to laugh at when someone took this pic...
.....With food still in our mouths!!


Comments

  1. I love your your bombastic word ~ Pang of Joy! It has been a long time I have not woken yup with a pang of joy. Wakakaka

    I love dim sum and realised I could eat them for any meals of the day, correct? Ipoh's Dim Sum is always good and look at that Nam Yue Pau! I want.

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    1. Then you must bring yourself and your wifey to Ipoh to enjoy.. dimsum is anytime of the day!

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  2. I always love dim sum.Chicken with sticky rice in the dumpling looks kind of special. Like the yam dumpling.

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  3. ho jiak leh...... wanna eat dim sum jor now

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  4. The "special" pau, don't think i try that before...

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  5. Double thumbs up from me too!!! Why just take a small piece only? Just eat, Chinese say eat is hock - good luck/fortune...

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  6. I like the chicken with sticky rice pau and of course the yam dumpling which is my favourite!

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    1. Next time can eat more if no lunch adventure! hahaha

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  7. hahaha, you called that a "light breakfast"?? looks like your allowance is actually bigger that i would expected, hehe.. anyway, i also went to have dimsum this morning, ended up ordering too much also.. but i guess it's quite normal, because the dimsum has got so many varieties and they waiters come over with different batches, you took one followed by another, ended up it's one whole table of food before you realized it~~ :D

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    1. You are right.. everything shown to us, we wanna try, right?

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  8. One small bite turned into many, many bites!

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    1. That's why I want small bite... of everything! hahaha..

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  9. Hahaha, can tell the food must be very good, that's why can't stop eating while taking picture, hehe!

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  10. Nothing beats eating dim sum leisurely with your closed relatives.

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  11. Fuiyoh, dimsum, my favourite leh !! I see char siew pau, woo-kok and fried radish cake.. I can eat all leh..

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