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Thursday, December 08, 2005



Ah, that sounds killer. Clams steamed in black bean sauce? *whimper* I'll have to check this place out next time I'm in town. I can only hope for such good seating. And pu-erh does have a way of finessing the digestive system post dim sum. Thanks for sharing your meal!

Chez Christine

Thanks for the great description, I can totally relate and miss having dim sum!


I had no idea that there was a more authentic tea to drink with dim sum! *gasp* I'll have to jot that down and ask for it next time...

VK Narayanan

Hi Brett - I'm really sorry. Though I had noticed your blog many times, I could not guess that you too are an Indian food blogger :-) Anywayz I will be visiting you for more from now on. Keep it coming. You have a very interesting blog out here.

Just now noticed, you have already linked me here. I didnt know this before. Thank you dear friend. You are now added to my monster list of Indian food bloggers to stay in touch. Cheers!

Larks Kitchen Doors

Those clams look great! Fantastic read :)




So true about Fook Yuen. It had a slightly different name the first time we met, but it has truly been the best dim sum I've ever had. Thanks for the bo lay tea tip.

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