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Thursday, 27 September 2012

Little "Emperor" at Di Wei Restaurant, Empire Hotel.

Went "gai-gai" with Ah Kong and Ah Mah. We went to Restaurant Di Wei for Dim Sum and their Peking Duck as they said they are still very full from the breakfast. Looking for something "light" to munch.


 How to wear ah? 


 Oh ...like this....

The Peking Duck promotion RM39-90 per duck supposed to be over but then they say it have been extended. Till when ...don't know yet. No instruction from the top management yet.

Hence we ordered a duck. 

 Now what dim sum to have.....


Errrr........what this dim sum called ah.....something like Yau Char Kwai with Chee Cheong Fun skin. 


 Some Har Kow(Shrimp)

Errrr...this one ah...again duno what name ....not sure what was inside of it coz Mamarazzi did not eat that.

Jeng! Jeng! our Peking Duck... Mamarazzi posted this in her Facebook and someone said it's a "sexy duck". *LOL*.

Pretty lady presenting our duck.


While she was preparing the duck, we had some Jellyfish appetiser. I did not like it coz it's spicy but the rest of the adult likes it.


 Some Fu Chuk Rolls

 Ahah! Delicious Scallop Siew Mai

 I love it.

 Eat till sit like Taikor at "Tai  Pai Thong"(Hawker center)

 Jeng Jeng.....our plate of Peking Duck Wrap.

 I love it.

 Delicious.

 The second dish from the same Peking Duck. It's Bitter Gourd with Black Beans. Yummy as well.

Mamarazzi really super kiasu as when she was ordering the Peking Duck dish, she told the Captain to asked the Kitchen to pack the leftover bones for her.

And she tells the pretty lady again when that lady was cutting the duck. Maybe that was why the pretty lady's hand was shaking when cutting the duck.

At the end of the meal, a waitress came over with two boxes of "leftover" from our Peking Duck.



 Omigosh!!!! Still so much meat leftover!!!.

Fuiyoh...Certainly worth it lor. Mamarazzi can make delicious duck porridge out of these two tubs of Peking Ducks.  And mamarazzi did just that the next day. But that will be left for another post.


Just before we go off, Ah Kong spotted this "Throne" in the VIP room at Di Wei Restaurant. Wah...here I am ...a Little Emperor.

Wondering maybe they use this "Throne" for Birthday person is it?  Impressive.


60 comments:

  1. Its a bad idea to bloghopping at this hour....i was so so so hungry...and looking at the peking duck makes me drooling ler...arghhhhh...i want to eat also...

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    1. Oppsie...

      can call the hotel. the promotion might still be on.

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  2. wow..the peking duck sounds so scrumptious even though I don't like to eat duck.

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    1. yes , Wenn. some people doesn't like the smell of duck.

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  3. wah...nice wor..here so far no restaurant serves good duck...make me miss going to KL more...

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  4. You're just the right person for that throne..cute:)

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  5. you look cute



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  6. Peking duck and the dim sum all so good to eat. I laughed at your second photo. You are very cute and cheeky. If we ever meet up, you know what I am going to do to you.

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    1. Phong Hong

      thanks for the warning. will run far far away if see you. LOL

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  7. You remind me of The Last Emperor movie! You certainly look like a little emperor.

    I love to eat Duck Wrap too! I thought your mama took leftovers to make more wraps and boil the bones to make Kiam Chai Boey.

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    1. Tm
      still have one container leftover. can still make that

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  8. i never ate nor saw any jelly fish dish i wonder how it taste

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  9. duck seems just like roasted chicken haha

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    1. This round, mamarazzi still didnt get to eat.....

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  11. hail to the emperor haha nice throne

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  12. have a great day and happy blogging small god bless you

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    1. a great day and happy blogging to you too, Mecoy

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  13. Oooooo...I love Peking Duck. Quay Po asked me to stay at this hotel on my last trip. Hmmm...must consider the next time around.

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  14. Wah....the Peking Duck looks good! Drooooling....

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  15. the dimsum looks cute lah, but how is the taste?? mamarazzi didn't even try at all, sure not appetizing to her lah, haha!!

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    1. wah, paid for the whole duck and then you are given that little to eat on the table?? they simpan simpan so many leftovers!!

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    2. now i know.. normally if you don't ask then they would assume that you do not want those leftovers right?? and you only asked about the bones, but given so many meat.. meaning they earn so much from that lah!!!

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    3. but then they are honest also lah, they may have claimed that they finished cooking all the meat also mah.. but in the end they packed them nicely in the container for you woh..

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    4. so the moral of the story, when you go eat peking duck, always ask for the leftover, that can be enough for a couple of meals back home already..

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    5. I LIKE THAT CHAIR!! hahaha, so huge, really feels like an emperor sitting on there, hahaha~~

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    6. Emperor good.

      But don't grow up be HAMSAPEROR! wakaka

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    7. Ya did not really try all but the ones Mamarazzi tasted was good la
      I thonk so gua. So much meat left. Makes me regret the first round went there was too shy to ask to tapau the leftover

      Now have two lovely packed containers . ymmm

      wakakakaka kelakar Lina...sure will grow up to be Hamsaperor. EVen now he already knwo how to hamsap people

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  16. All the foods looks so tempting, hehe...

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  17. I don't really like duck, but give me peking duck wrap, I'll be glad to sapu all clean for you, hehehehe~

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    1. Wah so ganas ah. Come KL la. we go sapu peking duck

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  18. Meow, this breakfast mana ada "light", quite heavy also. As long as there's meat, it'll considered as heavy meals.

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    1. Piak!!! Lunch la......heavy breakfast of bacon.

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  19. You captured the fun of the food very well!

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  20. Wah! Makan peking duck again! *envy*

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    1. LOL.....coz wanna bring ah kong and ah mah eat there mah

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  21. Anak kucing sitting like taikor - very cute lah! ALthough maybe out of place at that nice restaurant. kekeke

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    1. Lina

      very rude hor? now he bisasa like that already

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  22. wànsuì wànsuì wànwànsuì long live the Emperor..haha. Nice majestic chair.

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  23. Can I just order the Peking duck only :P

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  24. I just love the peking duck in its wrap. Long time I didn't have that already.

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    1. Yan

      Once in awhile okay la but of daily not good lor

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  25. dam! would like try this someday lol . . .

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    1. dont wait lo....they say promo till dec only

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  26. I passed by the restaurant few times but dare not to dine in there, hehe...Seems like very high class and afraid they will charged us sky high price.:-)

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    1. surprisingly not that expensive. And they have some offers. So end up that wallet breaking la

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