Tuesday, May 24, 2011

Sky is the limit

Sora....one of the earliest friends I've made in Malaysia by randomly talking to her at KJ lrt station as we were both wearing red fc t-shirts. Since then, she has been a great friend.

We met up almost every weekend because of fc gatherings and we soon started dancing together too. These eventually lead to sleep overs and hang outs.

But soon, it was more that just that...she was a great friend.

Years has passed and it's now time for her to chase her dream. Mine too~ both our new journey came at about the same time.

She's leaving to Malacca to persue a course in make-up artist. So all the best to her!

P/S: do I get a free make-up session, Sora??

Met up with Sora before she left and we had dinner at Gong Fu Restaurant, located at The Strand, Kota Damansara.

Nice and cozy place.

There are few customers and thus a great place for chit-chat.

The pretty gal~

Our chinese herbal tea.

This is a very chinese restaurant........from the dishes that they serve.

This is super good and I've never had anything like this. This "chu chang fen" has been pre pan fried with omelette, before wrapping and thus is really fragrant.

Gyouzas. Yummy~ perfect skin and pan fried to perfection. I love a place that serves good gyouzas.

Steamed pork rice. This, on the other hand, is a let down. When we entered the restaurant, we smelled really yummy stuffs and figured that it was the steamed rice. But maybe we just ordered the wrong dish. This dish would be perfect if there was a little more sauced and if the rice is a lil' burnt.
They serve some chinese desserts too....but we wanted to go somewhere else.....

.....and we went to "Tian Ping Keke" which is a hk dessert place at Sunway Damansara, just opposite The Strand. This is a first for me.

This is mine, black sesame and re bean soup with lotus seed.

Yummeh~ We could have just came here for dinner in the first place and I could have had more dessert!! haaha....

This is sooo good. I love love love black sesame soup then red bean and green bean soup....and I love lotus seeds. There were toooooo many different combos to choose from. But alas, eventually I had to pick only 1.

Mango ice! hmm....refreshing!!!
Yup, would definitely be back here for more desserts.

Personally, I prefer this place to snow flakes......because I don't really like the chewy stuffs that they give and there's not much choices there. The ice dessert would be great if there wasn't any sticky and chewy stuffs. And their "tau fu fa" is horrible. Any market place serves a better one.

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