My husband decided that I should just cook twice a week for dinner to prevent me from overworking, especially having to handle a newborn and household chores. That also explains why you see lots of tasty restaurant food photograph although I’d love to cook frequently for the family.
Today, we had Ding Tai Feng for dinner. A Michelin Star restaurant famous for their Xiao Long Bao (Dumplings) which originated from Taiwan.
They have specially designed children cutlery which customers may purchase from the counter.
Sauces for your choice to match with the variety of dumplings such as xiao long bao, siew mai, truffle dumplings, etc.
For a starter, we ordered the Oriental Salad in Special Vinegar Sauce.
Typically, I hardly consume prawns as not many chefs are able to prepare it till perfection. But I do enjoy their Fried Prawn Cake which is juicy and served hot 👍👍👍.
Being Singaporean Chinese, we simply enjoy eating the La Mien which is handmade noodle. Springy and freshly made in the restaurant is one plus point to patronise 鼎泰丰.
Every chinese restaurants have their individual style of preparing Zha Jiang Mian (炸酱面）and I like the one available at 鼎泰丰 which is really delicious paired with their handmade lamien. Apparently, zha jiang mian is not just a popular entree with the Chinese, but also a favourite in Korea with their own unique style of noodle and savoury sauce.
So the next time you patronise any chinese restaurant in whichever countries/ cities, you might want to order their zha jiang mian and leave a comment below to let me know if it is good or otherwise.
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Chef Mummy Tan