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This is way over due... like from 2010! Year end, too many happening things really bogs me down... sometimes. Anyways. Was at Pullman Hotel (Kuching) to try out the business lunch at Nu Er Hong Chinese Restaurant. They had a new chef, and a new menu.
And its only RM 18++ from Monday to Saturday. Where you get 1 appetizer / soup + 1 main course + 1 vegetable. I think its not bad since your dinning at a really nice place and the food is excellent. If your business lunch is kolomee and kopi-o kao then this may not be the best place for you to have your power lunch.
It was actually my first time at Nu Er Hong and I find it to be quiet pleasant. Probably because everything is relatively new and nice.
Basically once you placed your order, from a complex array of dishes it arrives, looking some what similar to this. The order form is like a very complex survey form I got quite confused so I just simply ticked one item from one area LOL! noob.
As there were like 10 of us, it gave us opportunity to take photos of almost 10 different combination of food. Didn't really get to try all of them but from what I gather, it was all good !
One thing tho, as all the dishes were put onto the tray and there were so many of us, it was quite hard to move things about.
Fried RICE! Yummm
This was a signature dish, Golden Sand & Salted Egg Soft Shell Crab.
Pictures does not do this dish justice!
There are two types of dumplings to choose from the “Hot Bamboo Basket” either steamed fish maw dumplings and steamed prawn dumplings with pumpkin.
Ops... siaran tergendala~
Okay back to business!
Bak Chang aka Chong Zi aka 粽子 ~ was also a side order at Nu Er Hong.
I love this shot a lot... natural side light LOL!
Then there was another must have, Chee Cheong Fun with Duck meat! It is unlike any I have tried as they had a secret ingredient inside. Something very Vietnamese LOL! Ok, it was Vietnamese net. =)
Alicia & Chef Wei Kim Soon
I dont know why he so beh song (annoyed) me lol, not nice meh this picture.
Anyways if you are in town and could not think of a nice place to take your client, and want to try out something new and delicious. Give this place a try~
For more information call +(6082) 222 888 or visit http://www.pullmankuching.com/
[GEARS: Nikon d300, 17-55mm, 50mm, SB-900]