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Friday, 27 September 2013

Delicious Sui Kow(Dumplings) at Annie-1 Restaurant, Damansara Uptown.

Don't know what to eat....Mamarazzi thought of having Sui Kow(dumpling) . I want noodles pulak. 

Off we went to Annie-1 Restaurant 

 Good for the throat...honey lime  drink.

While Waiting for the food, I practice writing love letter to my tuition teacher. A very pretty girl. Never scold me punya.

 Chee Cheong Fun. Hmm... I wonder if Auntie Claire will love this or not.

1 1/2 Wantan Mee which Papa shared with me

 Mamarazzi's bowl of delicious Sui kow(Dumplings).

See...how big they are.

One is not enough leh.....end up ordering one more plate of wantan Mee.

 Slurpp....Nice....messy all over...

Dei.....no photo dei....messy messy dei....

37 comments:

  1. Wah, got shown the hand in this post. Like that very serious. The sui kow looks delicious - yum yum I like. Mamarazzi just ate sui kow only? No noodles?

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  2. I see the hand, that is what a lot of kids would do to the camera ...good food too

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  3. The honey lime drink would be SO good, we have none here! Phil is sucking on a honey lozenge now because he is getting a cold. The food looks fantastic!!!

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    1. Oh it's easy to make. Just add lime or lemon juice with honey

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  4. Jaga-jaga you.... he already knows how to write love letter. Be prepared to have future 'menantu' soon. Lol!

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  5. Very nice especially at this moment now... so early and so hungry!!

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  6. Very nice especially at this moment now... so early and so hungry!!

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  7. No lah...cannot beat Sibu kampua and pian sip. Hehehehehehe!!!!!

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    1. i was quite interested to try the Sibu kampua and piansip.. but after seeing so overly many kampua and piansip in STP's blog, i got jelak and lost interest right away~~ muahahahaha!! :D

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    2. Piansiap is different from sui kow

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  8. aiyoyo, Annie-1 again?? must be a very nice place.. did mamarazzi bump into Anay & Letchumi or Kukubird & Fui-Fui there?? or perhaps not kukubird lah, whenever he is there, he sure will tell the whole world so that everyone is warned not to go there and see him~~ :D

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    1. Muahahahahaha!!! I love Ah Boy's sharp memories. He remembers that Kuku Bird will warn me ahead. I guess he will be stressed with Mamarazzi frequenting the shop now. I still go there once a week.

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    2. Yes this shop serves very nice and cheap food. There is Auntie Sim next door that also serves the best Olive Fried Rice and Duck Koay Chiap. Very good!

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    3. I had never eaten the Sui Kow there. I must try it next time. I tend to order almost all the same dishes in circles. The hot white coffee is still my favourite.

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    4. So far never saw kukubird . . Byvthe time we go there he already become starfish.

      Haven't gone to auntie sim yet

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  9. haha, honey lemon drink.. good for the throat, but then sometimes i really wonder what type of honey they use.. probably just sugar or corn syrup with some coloring and flavoring, because you know lah, need to earn that maximum profit with the least cost mah..

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    1. No la..corn syrup will be too yellow.

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  10. aiyor just 1½ of wanton noodles enough for paparazzi ke?? somemore sharing with small kucing?? small kucing at least can eat ½, and then left only 1 for paparazzi?? no wonder need to order another plate.. wrong calculation here dei~~ :p

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    1. He said not hungry mah.....so I wallop lo..finish eating still hungry so order one more lo

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  11. 1½ not big lah, Uncle SK also eat 1½ one woh.. and those dumplings mamarazzi had also looked nice.. just had dumplings and soup enough ke?? no wonder mamarazzi can always stay so slim~~ :)

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    1. Enough lo. All the meat very filling jor

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  12. Haha~ Don't wanna let u snap photo somomore?

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  13. Speaking of sui kow, I once saw a travelogue about a country in Eastern Europe and was taken aback when I saw that sui kow has been part of their cuisine. The sui kow they serve are the exact same type that we have here. Interesting, I thought.

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  14. What else can I say except that such spread of goodies will always be my fav.

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  15. I remember u blogged about this place not long ago which has quite a good comment, don't you?

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