Esquire Kitchen

I went to the Esquire  Kitchen for a few occasions and I’ve tried different sets offered by the restaurant. It’s a Chinese restaurant that serves pork. Eating here, you can find those famous food such as Tong Poh Yuk and mantao and Xiao Long Bao too.

Fried fish in Thai sauce
Do you notice that there are some french fries on top of the fish? Look weird to me but in another way, it’s quite unique too. I like its Thai sauce.

Japanese Beancurd
It’s just a normal dish. I like it has the “dao gan“.

Sweet and sour fish
I’m not sure what type of fish they used to cook this dish, it tastes good with the sweet and sour sauce. It garnishes with pineapple cubes, slices of cucumbers and tomatoes.

Mantao
Usually we will eat the plain mantao with Tong Poh Yuk. Dip it into the Tong Poh Yuk’s sauce.

Tong Poh Yok
This small claypot of the Tong Poh Yuk.

Dessert
Kwai lin guo

You can order drink and tea. For tea, it’s refillable.

Din Tai Fung

I went to this famous Taiwanese restaurant, Din Tai Fung at Pavilion KL for a dinner after visiting the PC Fair with a bunch of my colleagues. It was my first visit.

We ordered the Pu Er tea and shared it among us. It costs RM12.00 for a pot of tea.
Din Tai Fung

Then, we ordered our food. One of them is the famous Xiao Long Bao. It has six little xiao long bao in the bamboo steamed basket. You can dip it into the vinegar sauce before eating it. One of the important step you must do when you eat it is to suck the sauce/soup from the xiao long bao before biting it.
Din Tai Fung

My dinner is the La Min with minced pork. In the menu it shows that it is a chef recommended offer. Somehow, in my own opinion, I felt it was a bit tasteless for both the noodle and minced pork. Maybe it is not my good choice 🙂
Din Tai Fung

Fried rice with pork chop
They gave a quite big piece of pork chop on top of the fried rice.
Din Tai Fung

Fried rice with shrimps and meat
It is the same type of fried rice as (the above) the pork chop. You can see they also give quite a lot of shrimps.
Din Tai Fung

For other reviews about Din Tai Fung, please refer below links:
https://liyenz.wordpress.com/2012/08/31/din-tai-fung-3/ https://liyenz.wordpress.com/2012/06/01/din-tai-fung-2/

Location: 6.01.05, Level 6, 168 Jalan Bukit Bintang  55100 Kuala Lumpur, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.