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benben2142
16th January 2008, 05:52 PM
What’s your favorite Chinese food?

TheDirtyDigger
16th January 2008, 06:18 PM
My wife's.......

dirge
16th January 2008, 07:08 PM
I enjoy most noodle dishes, but I'm not all that fussy, as long as it doesn't have chilli. I'm a big fan of pork in Chinese dishes, which is funny because I hate pork in western dishes...

TheDirtyDigger
16th January 2008, 07:15 PM
I'm really pretty fussy with my meat so generally stay away from it in Chinese or Vietnamese restaurants.
Best Chinese place I like eating out at is 'Enlightened Cuisine' in South Melbourne. All delicious vegetarian, mock-meat dishes and we get looked after nicely because my woman and her sister are regular attendees at the Confucious-Mencius Society temple that it is aligned with.

liegeprime
16th January 2008, 07:24 PM
Dimsims, prawn hargau, dumplings, molo soup, moon cakes - commonly sold on new year's

GoktimusPrime
16th January 2008, 09:27 PM
Negimiso Raamen http://www.ilbazardimari.net/cucina/foto/ramen01.jpg
and Gyouza - yum! ;p

Rampage
16th January 2008, 09:36 PM
Emperor Beef & Steamed Pork Buns

Soundwarp
16th January 2008, 09:37 PM
Basicly everything on the standard menu :D

roller
16th January 2008, 10:33 PM
after spending several life times being raised on the stuff

all i can enjoy is ly won pow -the little white buns with custard, they look like womens breasts :D

TheDirtyDigger
17th January 2008, 06:02 AM
after spending several life times being raised on the stuff

all i can enjoy is ly won pow -the little white buns with custard, they look like womens breasts :D

Did I ever tell you you're like a son to me Roller?



http://web.mit.edu/ike/www/DimSum/DimSum-Images/6.jpg

Bartrim
17th January 2008, 08:39 AM
Did I ever tell you you're like a son to me Roller?



*Shudders* I don't want to think about that.:p

On topic I'm not sure what it was called but my dads poker mate who owns the local chinese restaurant made it one night at his house. Since I was slightly intoxicated all I can remember is it tasted really nice and he said he'll never make it in the restaurant because the restaurant food is crap.

liegeprime
17th January 2008, 09:22 AM
er a little more elaboration there Bartrim, was it a noodle dish, meat dish, dumpling type kinda dish? :confused:

Addit: On this note, if anyone's interested in chinese cooking and anime combined - watch Cooking master boy in you tube... they've got the untranslated version in there but has english subtitled. Often you'll find the effects really corny, ridiculous and downright too power ranger like, but then its cartoons. I often get hungry watching this hehehehe.

roller
17th January 2008, 10:08 AM
im a coming pa!!!!

i hate chinese new year family lunch or dinners and family reunion meals

when you eat chinese food in the tropics next to an open sewer with skinned frogs hanging next to you, you will see things in a different light.

Its fun being the only one with a burger at the table while everyone else has chopsticks, once i even snuck out to a pizza place instead of staying in some restaurant for some family do. And thats why i tolerate pizza hut

1orion2many
17th January 2008, 10:11 AM
Dimsims, prawn hargau, dumplings, molo soup, moon cakes - commonly sold on new year's

:)I love Moon Cakes, I went to Hong Kong a few years back during thier Autumn festival and discovered them:D, no else with me liked them but I couldn't get enough. I brought 4 back with me from Hong Kong but because they had eggs in them I wasn't allowed to bring them into the country. I felt very sick after trying to stuff these things down my throat because I didn't want to throw them away:eek::D.

GoktimusPrime
17th January 2008, 11:25 AM
lol - you can get mooncakes from local Asian stores here. :)

Addit: On this note, if anyone's interested in chinese cooking and anime combined - watch Cooking master boy in you tube... they've got the untranslated version in there but has english subtitled. Often you'll find the effects really corny, ridiculous and downright too power ranger like, but then its cartoons. I often get hungry watching this hehehehe.
I like "Chuuka Ichiban" :)

Saintly
17th January 2008, 11:43 AM
seafood combination with crispy yellow noodles and egg sauce (i don't know the chinese name)

oh and crispy roast pork from BBQ king, unless there's a place that taste better!

liegeprime
17th January 2008, 11:45 AM
:) I brought 4 back with me from Hong Kong but because they had eggs in them I wasn't allowed to bring them into the country. I felt very sick after trying to stuff these things down my throat because I didn't want to throw them away:eek::D.

I would imagine so, I can only finish 2 as they tend to be heavy to the stomach after a while.... poor, lucky you ;)

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I like "Chuuka Ichiban" :)[/QUOTE]

oooh I'll look it up, thanks :D

Tober
17th January 2008, 07:53 PM
BBQ roast duck.

I like combination omlettes and (Malasian style) Laksas as well.:p

1orion2many
17th January 2008, 10:12 PM
lol - you can get mooncakes from local Asian stores here. :)


I like "Chuuka Ichiban" :)

:eek:I didn't even know they excisted until I went to Hong Kong, I've got me a craving for some right now:D. Damn it I'm on a 12 week diet for dropping body fat so I can look all pretty in my bathers:D.

liegeprime
18th January 2008, 09:05 AM
Gok, apparently Chuuka ichiban ( China's Best) and Cooking Master Boy is one and the same:D:D:D

tron07
18th January 2008, 10:40 AM
lol - you can get mooncakes from local Asian stores here. :)


Maybe there are non at Perth... well I still have 1 at home... not sure if I can still eat it or not... :D

benben2142
19th January 2008, 10:53 AM
I like spring rolls, fried rice, sweet and sour pork and Gyouza there all really nice.