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Published on May 27th, 2010 | by email2me


China Gourmet Tour With Hugo Leong – (Day 2 Dinner) : Jianye Restaurant, The Finest Teochew Food In Shantou


Yam Porridge


Side by side dining with Hugo. You’ll get your chance too when you participate the gourmet tour on this coming December 2010 trip.


After the fantastic dinner we were brought to tour around the city for sightseeing. However our tour agent do inform us that some of the people here still have primitive thinking which photography is not allowed. When you approach them, they either chase you away or close the lights. I believe is due to they are operating their stall illegally therefore they are worry we are one of the authorities. The thing that fascinate me is their wan tan mee and hand made ramen which made on the spot and cooked. The table and chairs were the old school stool type which brings back old memories.


The main gate towards the Petaling Street alike shopping center.


Open air tailor that operates without a shop.


Snacks stall


I really wanted to try them out but some how I can’t take another bite more as the dinner is kinda heavy. We just walk to let our stomach digest a bit. I then scouted this young man who fling a piece of dough on a heated pan. He is kind enough to let us shoot photos on him.


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10 Responses to China Gourmet Tour With Hugo Leong – (Day 2 Dinner) : Jianye Restaurant, The Finest Teochew Food In Shantou

  1. NKOTB says:

    Lots of food…. yummy yummy
    .-= NKOTB´s last blog ..Look Yuen Restaurant ???? =-.

  2. iamthewitch says:

    OMG.. goose innards… :O
    I wanna eat the kwai fa fish!
    .-= iamthewitch´s last blog ..Fiery Chicken Hot Pot that makes you sweat =-.

  3. uLi says:

    Goose innards, never try before leh…dunno how it tastes?? Btw ar, you really look like Hugo Leong la….hahahah!
    .-= uLi´s last blog ..The Making – Fun Kee Bamboo Noodle (?????????) =-.

  4. Jason Wong says:

    I rather follow Hugo than ‘choy lan’. He really lan choy.
    .-= Jason Wong´s last blog ..Chicago Ribs House @ Gurney Plaza =-.

  5. RecipeOfLife says:

    I am a big fan of chinese food. All food pics are mouth watering 😀

  6. mr.Renegade says:

    Damn!! I am feeling so hungry now after reading your post and seeing the yummy food.

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