Sunday, October 15, 2006

Mayim, West Mall


Mayim is a Chinese restaurant which serves  northern and southern Chinese cuisine located at the 2nd floor of West Mall. There's dim sum in the afternoons between 12 to 2 pm if IIRC. According to their website, the name of this restaurant is also the thirteenth letter of the Hebrew alphabet which means water. Heard it's opened by a chef from Hong Kong. I really cannot see the connection between the two. The following was lunch for 2 for today.

Jellyfish with spice flavoured peanut sauce
Steam jumbo prawn dumpling or "har kow"
fried Buna Shimeji mushroom with shredded pork and garlic
crispy beancurd skin roll with prawn
pan fried turnip cake with chinese sausage (lup cheong)
Steamed vermincelli roll with barbeque pork

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