Into the Doorway of Food, where it's all about Eating...
Let's start the journey into my world of food...
Different tastebuds with different tongues; you're the eater and you're the judge... What I share here is simply the passion towards food and drinks.
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Tuesday, 31 August 2010
Sunday, 29 August 2010
It's not a too bad experience for us to have our dinner in Siriwan Thai Restaurant. In overall, the taste of the food is good and we do enjoy the 'kick' of the spiciness and sourness of Thai dishes.
Sunday, 15 August 2010
Our main character of the night is definitely our Claypot Crab Rice蟹王香饭 that comes with two big Crabs. It seems superb looking at the crabs that have been cooked till red shining color. Some simple steps of the preparation of this crab rice: Firstly, the rice is fried with chopped onions, dried shrimps and barbecued pork with the soy sauces to enhance the aroma; then it's being cooked in the claypot with the big crabs on top. Here goes the serving then, with some green onions as the garnishing. The dried shrimp and barbecued pork is adding flavour to the plain rice; is enhanced with the natural sweetness from the fresh crab itself. However, it's a little disappointment that our pot of rice is not as delicious and as aromatic as our friend's pot; problem seems to be the less onions and dried shrimps in our pot.
Sunday, 8 August 2010
The lunch menu is a standard set that consists of an appetizer, a main course and a dessert that comes with the choice of coffee or tea. I've chosen the Green Salad that is served with the seared Tuna while my friend has chosen the Soup of the Day - Green Asparagus Soup. I do enjoy the lightly seared Tuna meat that is soft and tender but the soup turns out to be too creamy instead of the fresh asparagus taste.
Overall, I'm not impressed by the food here but yet; Suffolk House is a traditional element that has been restored and reserved for a nice dining in a leisurely pace...
Saturday, 7 August 2010
The serving of tapas is designed to encourage conversation because people are not so focused upon eating an entire meal that is set before them. Also, in some countries it is customary for diners to stand and move about while eating tapas.)