As I say I was desperately craving for Siew Loong Bao's and Lao Shar Bao, all I thought about is these two. You might be bored about me singing praises for my love within the last 2 blogs, bear with me for a while. I have this weird habit: If I liked something, I'll eat it everyday till I get absolutely sick of it. This is not my worst moments: During college times, I would eat KFC cheesy wedges almost everyday (now I'm still a teensy bit phobic about it), those were the times I could afford to do so, since I walk very far to take a bus after school, the excess calories get burned off easily. And another obsession is this Super-super awesome Chicken pie from Bits and Bites, Wisma Merdeka. It was positively the best ever chicken pie I've ever tasted, creamy chicken with mushroom and green peas, yums. Of course, I ate that everyday for almost 1/2 year of schooling, but when I came back from school break, I couldn't touch that stuff for the rest of the year. Ah, forgive my rambling, I'll get to the point.
I always love Heng Loong at Warisan Square, but that day we happen to be in 1 Borneo. I didn't know there is a branch at 1 Borneo at first (It's next to the toilet at ground floor, btw) The interior design is just ordinary, not as grand and fancy as the Heng Loong at Warisan. Here it was slightly dim, with forgettable furniture and decorations. They serve many similar dishes, but there were also some that were not available at the other branch.
I ordered my favorite Chicken and scallop double boiled soup, Siew Loong Bao, Lao Shar Bao and a small variety of dim sums. The rest ordered La Mien (pulled noodles) while my Dad ordered a steamed rice with salted pork patty. The food were all decent, maybe I'm being biased, but I think the branch over at Warisan serves better food. However, my Dad said there were not much difference. You be the judge.
|Deep fried ribs|
|My favorite Chicken and scallop soup|
|Siew Loong Bao|
|My favorite vinegar dip|
|Some sort of dim sum.|
|Steamed rice with pork patty|
|Salted pork patty|
|The rice infused with some broth and Chinese cabbage*|
|Siew Loong Bao. *swoons*|
By the way, RIP Steve Job.