Sunday, November 06, 2011

“Buddha Jumps Over the Wall” @ Restoran Loon Sing


Restoran Loon Sing is located at Nilai, which is very famous for its “Buddha Jumps Over the Wall". This restaurant had won many many awards in cooking and food competition and thus, it attracts many food hunters to explore its special and award-winning cuisine.


Visited this restaurant quite some time ago for its Australian abalone, giant grouper and cheaper version of this “Buddha Jumps Over the Wall” (yes, they have three versions!). So this time, I wanted to try it's signature dish, the most expensive one!


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Here we are!


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The interior


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Menu. Guess what I ordered!


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With my cute niece :)


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This is the award-winning Dongpo Pork. Dark, glossy, and enticing!


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It tasted heart-stoppingly amazing! No fatty smell at all. A perfect match with the super soft steamed mantou


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Taufu with minced pork. Ordered this specially for my niece.


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This was the long-awaited “Buddha Jumps Over the Wall”. RM99 per bowl and pre-booking is required.


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Scallops, sea cucumber, abalone, shark fin, chicken, Jinhua ham, mushrooms and some herbs are all inside this sinful bowl. Abalone was tasteless after cooking for long hours. Essence was all in the soup! But I love the tender and soft sea cucumber.


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A lot of sharkfins. That's why I said sinful bowl of soup.


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I was too busy savouring all the good food until I forgot to snap pictures for the other dishes that we ordered.


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And at last, my parents and me.



9 comments:

  1. wow! so grand the dish...yummy~

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  2. Wow! Such scrumptios meal!!

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  3. I like their dong bo rou sooo much!! my wedding dinner was held there :p

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  4. i knw ur feelings~
    becoz i always forget snap when i having good food~hahha!

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  5. If u have chance come to Australia, u can try the abalone which the size as big as ur hand.

    Btw, i miss M'sia food so much when i saw your posting

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  6. Miss Chinese cuisine to death!!! Slurpsss~~

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  7. hi, u look like your mummy :-)

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  8. May I know is it usually order one bowl of “Buddha Jumps Over the Wall” for each person? Or portion is enough to share between few?

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  9. Xweing: One bowl can be shared if you just wanna taste it. If you really want to enjoy it, I would recommend you to order a bowl for each person because the soup (essence of that bowl) is definitely not enough for sharing :)

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