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Who: DarkCryst... the man, the legend, the hazard.
What: English, 6'3" tall, broad. Needs to lose the belly.
Where: Essex, England. For the most part anyway.

So now you know a tiny ammount about me. Check my profile for more interesting information. Glad to have you around, pull up a chair and stay a while.

All of the photos here (from November 2004 onwards anyhow) are taken with my s700i:
a SonyEricsson s700i
Before that it was from a z600.. but that got stolen.. the bastards.
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Pigs Feet, Ducks Tongues, and Chicken Feet

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Dim Sum!

My first Dim Sum experience. While you can get it in the UK, its not really very common, even in London, so we went to one that Miriam's Dad recomended. Its just up the hill from the ocean, Pacific that is. My first glimpse of the Pacific...

I have a rule - if a [insert culture] food place is frequented by [culture] people.. then its probably good, especially if the menu's are all written in their language. This place was no exception, FULL of chinese people.

I let everyone else order for me, not knowing what was what, and there was some really yum stuff. Also I got to try some interesting dishes - pigs feet (nice, but dull... tastes very orangey, can do without), ducks tongues (ok, wierd texture), and Chicken Feet (nice, but full of bones, pretty yum tho). Jellyfish was also nice.

However the shrimp dumplings, mushrooms, shumai (pork and shrimp), pork spare-ribs, and some cool spiced chicken were all REALLY yum! I recomend this place (KW II near 36th if that means much to anyone). It was also reeeeally cheap. We managed to fill four people and stil have lots of leftovers for 60 dollars! Thats like less than 10 pounds a head!

Anyhow, enjoy the food.
21st Dec 2004, 19:21  

UKMARI says:

looks fantastic

12th Oct 2005, 21:45

DarkCryst says:

It was! Looking forward to more :)

12th Oct 2005, 22:04

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