Thursday, January 1, 2009

Ta Wan (2)

Mom and I had lunch at Ta Wan restaurant in Mall Taman Anggrek. Usually, we always ordered the set menu for 2 people but this time, we were trying the porridge which is well known at Ta Wan. The porridge tasted really good because of the soft texture.

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28 comments:

  1. mm pictures look good! porridge is always nice... i don't think i've had 1000 year old egg before though.

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  2. really loved the porridge at Ta Wan....nice.....

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  3. pearl: Oh... the 1000 year old egg is also called the century egg :D

    zwan: hello... welcome to my blog :)
    Yes... the porridge tasted yummy.

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  4. Is that like congee?

    Can you tell us how 1000 year old egg is prepared? I know it's not really that old ;) But it does look chewy!

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  5. olivia: I'm not so sure what's the difference between congee and porridge.

    Yes, the 1000 year old egg is chewy for the white egg part, but the yolk part isn't chewy :)

    Oh... I think the best to understand about this century egg, you can click here

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  6. Nice porridge... I love that too... It has been long long time I didn't have that...

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  7. bits of life n taste: Porridge is good especially for breakfast or cold days :)

    Hey.. why don't you make porridge during this weekend ;)

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  8. Happy New Year to you selba!

    Woah that food look good!

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  9. The year 2008 is gone but it makes us strong.
    The path was long, but we walked with a song.
    There were fears and tears but we had reasons for cheers.
    Wishing u happy memories of 2008and a healthy and blissful new year.

    With Gratitude and Loving Kindness,
    ROBIN

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  10. swinebread: Happy New Year, Swinebread :)
    Do you like porridge?

    robin: Happy New Year, Robin. Wishing all the blessing to come :)

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  11. Looks like a very tasty lunch.

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  12. I couldn't eat the yolk if it tastes like ammonia. And sodium hydroxide (NaOH) is a base that's used as drain cleaner!

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  13. pam: simple as it is only porridge plus fried shrimp balls but yes, tasty :)

    olivia: uhmm.. no.. I don't think it's really tasted like ammonia. The best is to try it directly to find out the real taste ;)

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  14. so delicious so cute so black
    ...so young at 1000
    happy new year

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  15. I love smooth and silky porridge very much. :) That's simple & delicious!

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  16. bsg easy: Hahaha.. yeah.. so true...
    Happy New Year to you too :D

    little inbox: Smooth and silky... that's the best way to describe yummy porridge :)

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  17. lurve the translation of the dishes! a new perspective, definitely.

    happy new year, selby! ;)

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  18. nic: glad that you like the translation of the dishes :)
    Happy New Year, Nic!

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  19. Yumzzz....century egg is my FAV!!!

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  20. hi Selba! happy new year!!!

    nothing beats simple good ol' century egg porridge.

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  21. precious pea: Hehehe... :) Do eat century egg often?

    j2kfm: Happy New Year to you too, j2kfm :)
    You are so right! Hehehe...

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  22. You're making me crave for dim sum and congee :D

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  23. noobcook: Hehehe... who can resist dim sum and porridge? ;)

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  26. haha, so cute, in bahasa indonesia, century eggs are called telur pithan? or is that your name for it? hehe.. that's directly translated from mandarin

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  27. Wow! Excellent shots! The porridge texture is so smooth. Definitely great taste too! Happy New Year!

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  28. sc: Wah.. pithan is a direct translation from mandarin? I didn't know that... Yes, here in Indonesia, we called the century eggs as telur pithan :D
    What is egg in mandarin?

    food for tots: Thanks for the compliment :D
    Happy New Year to you and your family!

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