I am not Chinese but I love Chinese food. And so, in gratitude to Chinese culinary culture, I celebrated Chinese New Year by eating at my favorite Chinese restaurant as my personal tribute to the occassion. I ordered Beef Kenchi Noodle Soup and Pan Fried Kutchay Dumplings. As you can see in the photos, the servings were truly a bang for your buck. The noodle soup was tasty and spicy as I expected it to be and was seasoned for that true umami experience. The kutchai dumplings were delciously hot and tasty down to the last piece of it. I finished everything along with their complimentary black tea. Eating authentic Chinese food that tastes this good makes me feel more connected with the occasion. And now that I had finished eating, time to go out for the fireworks display! Wohoo! Kung Hei Fat Choi everyone!
After a day's work, all I want is a bowl of hot noodle soup while watching one of my favorite anime: One Piece. So I rushed in to Suzhou Dimsum to satisfy my cravings... yet again! Lol! This time I ordered their Sauted Pickles (appetizer) and a bowl of Dimsum Noodle Soup. As usual, I was served with their complimentary pot of tea. I started with the pickles and it tasted good. Perfect saltiness and garlicky, but not overpowering. It complimented well the milder tasting broth of the soup. Their dimsum noodle soup had four large dimsum swimming with the noodles and a bit of sea grass at the sides. This noodle soup is milder in flavor than the Taiwan Beef Noodle Soup I ordered before, but by no means less than appetizing. It stood out on its own as it delivered a zen-like broth of goodness to your mouth - smooth to my taste that has a calming effect which makes you want to take your time savoring the food. Perfect for watching One Piece! ^_^ The noodles were also good and tasty on its own. The dimsum was full-packed with delicious pork meat: sweet, sour, and spicy to my delight. For only PhP 200 all in all, what more could I ask for? Yummy goodness at its best!
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