Shanghai – Day 5


  1. J2Kfm says

    gorgeous shots. of the food and the place.

    the prawns were soaked, without being steamed?

    means. .. sashimi?!! aiks.

  2. PureGlutton says

    J2Kfm: yeah, the prawns were not cooked at all, just soaked in the wine & plum juice but u wont taste any "raw-ness" in them – they were yummy, even for someone like me who doesn't take sashimi!

  3. thenomadGourmand says

    and i was told tht shanghai food “cannot eat” one! mayb its cos u got a tour guide! if i ever go shanghai i will print out yr post and tk w me!

  4. CUMI & CIKI says

    lol.. u put it so well! it truly is color tv innit? 😛

    dunno what to say.. all looks so good! the padoga n the crispy fish are my fav pics (tho i hvnt tried em in shangs!)

  5. 550ml jar of faith says

    I like your colleague’s name, Sundae!! Hehe! That fish broth made me sit up from my Monday morning office slump, I kid you not.

  6. PureGlutton says

    550ml: Yeah, but she wasn’t borne on a Sunday though! That fish broth was really nourishing comfort-food!

  7. Domestic Diva says

    The dish "wife cooking something loving for husbnd" is 'kau fu', done very well by the Shanghainese. My friend's mum from Shanghai made a killer 'kau fu'. Unfortunately, we only get it in limited times a year whenever she comes to visit.

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