Tuesday, January 13, 2009

Dragon-i Restaurant, Pavilion Mall, Kuala Lumpur

We were wandering around the Pavilion Mall the other day and bro-in-law took us to Dragon-i for a quick meal. We were full, but as usual, there's always room for more. :o)
We ordered the steamed rice with minced pork and fried foo yung egg (RM15.00). The rice had a lovely rose wine taste which was really fragrant and unique.

We also shared the Shanghainese steamed meat dumpling (RM9.00). This was good, with the soup still intact within the dumpling, takes a certain skill to create.

The fried carrot cake with shrimp (RM12.00) was the best we've had in KL so far. Each bit had crispy sides which gave this dish a certain deep-fried, slightly-burnt nuance which was perfect on the palate.
I ordered the barley beancurd skin soup with gingko and quail egg (RM6.00). I love this dessert from childhood days, pity there was only one quail egg in the bowl. The soup tasted like soya bean milk with bits of barley and gingko. I polished it up real quick.

Dragon-i Restaurant
Lot 1.13.00, Level 1,
Pavilion Kuala Lumpur,
168, Bukit Bintang,
55100 Kuala Lumpur.

Dragon-i deserves a high 3-bam.

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