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Yee Sang At Esquire Kitchen Mid Valley Megamall

February 8th, 2010 - Monday

We were at Mid Valley Megamall for our weekly grocery shopping last Saturday. As usual, we would be at a lost when it comes to eating there. It was not that we did not know what we wanted to eat. Rather, we had eaten most of the food the shopping mall had to offer and wanted something different for a change.

Yee Sang from Esquire Kitchen Mid Valley Megamall
Yee Sang from Esquire Kitchen Mid Valley Megamall.

We still could not think of any place to have our dinner after throwing the same question back and forth. When that happens, our option would be to eat at one of our regular Chinese restaurants. Esquire Kitchen is top in the list. Most of the time, we would order one serving of chicken, two bowls of rice and a small bowl of double boiled soup.

Yee Sang from Esquire Kitchen Mid Valley Megamall
Yee Sang from Esquire Kitchen Mid Valley Megamall.

We had yee sang instead. The full portion is RM38. We ordered half portion for RM28. Even then, it was too much for the two of us. I think that somewhat killed our appetite for yee sang. Wuan explicitly forbade me from ordering any more yee sang the next time we eat out. Chinese New Year is not here yet and we already have eaten this dish twice but I am sure we will be enjoying a few more servings of yee sang soon in spite of that.


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One Response to “Yee Sang At Esquire Kitchen Mid Valley Megamall”

  1. Meng says:

    Do they use other sauce which is not so sweet for yee sang?

    Peter:
    The sauce is not that sweet actually as plum sauce, which is sourish, is one of the main ingredients.