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    nice photo ! but the last time I tried it, wasnt too impressed leh.. mebbe shd try again.. haha

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    Quote Originally Posted by metranquility View Post
    nice photo ! but the last time I tried it, wasnt too impressed leh.. mebbe shd try again.. haha
    Thanks bro. I think suit to different taste bah Just feel that this stall done the basic right (The Rice). Which I felt that most of the nasi lemak stall have overlooked. Maybe can try the rice without the chilli first, that what I usually do before the (I mix the chili together) chili snatched all the favour from the rice haha.

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    Kids Bowl
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    Teriyaki Chicken Bun
    Men-Ichi (NEX Serangoon)

    3 Stars Out of 5
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    Potato Croquette Bun
    Men-Ichi (NEX Serangoon)

    The taste don't match

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    Nowadays everybody have been talking the new Tim Ho Wan, 1 Michelin Star dim sum restaurant from Hong Kong... but the queue was so long that I don't even want to go (Last heard the queue can last to 2 hours!!)
    So I went to Yi Dian Xin which I heard that the custard bun was good, but was dissapointed

    Nothing to shout about on the food here. Just tasted normal and nothing really great.



    Custard Bun
    Yi Dian Xin Dim Sum (Upper Serangoon Rd)


    Now the hottest topic is the Tim Ho Wan Dim Sum but being a lazy me, I will not join in the infamous queue for good food
    So I went to another Dim Sum place near my place. Some said the custard bun here was exploding and on par with restaurant grade but I find the filling was not "exploding" as what others have said and my "Liu Sa Bao" dont "Liu"... I find the skin too thick too... Maybe I got a bad "copies"??
    The rest of the dim sum dishes was also quite normal. Nothing worth mentioning...3 Stars Out of 5
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    Siew Mai
    Yi Dian Xin Dim Sum (Upper Serangoon Rd)

    Normal siew mai, dosen't made me crave for more.

    3 Stars Out of 5
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    Deep Fried Prawn Dumping
    Yi Dian Xin Dim Sum (Upper Serangoon Rd)

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    Deep Fried Minced Prawn with Beancurd Skin
    Yi Dian Xin Dim Sum (Upper Serangoon Rd)

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    Deep Fried Yam Ball
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    Longevity Noodle
    Gim Tim Restaurant (AMK)

    If anybody wondering what is the orange thing... it's a yummy quail egg

    3 1/2 Stars Out of 5
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    Jin Long Chicken (Deep Fried Chicken Skin with Squid Paste)
    Gim Tim Restaurant (AMK)

    Standard drop but still my fav dish

    3 1/2 Stars Out of 5
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    Hotplate Tofu
    Gim Tim Restaurant (AMK)

    Sorry, unable to do a clean shot of this dish. Too many dishes on the table and too many stain on the table cloth

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    Yam Ring
    Gim Tim Restaurant (AMK)

    I want to take a shot with the "Ring" but the waitness "Move" too fast and cut the yam ring before I can say anything

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    Yam Ring
    Gim Tim Restaurant (AMK)

    I want to take a shot with the "Ring" but the waitness "Move" too fast and cut the yam ring before I can say anything

    3 1/2 Stars Out of 5
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    like your this series of photos... very nice, esp the hot plate tofu.. can imagine steam coming out of my monitor

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    Quote Originally Posted by metranquility View Post
    like your this series of photos... very nice, esp the hot plate tofu.. can imagine steam coming out of my monitor
    Thanks!! Yup once they dish out the tofu I immediately took a shot before the smoke "run out" That why not time to compose

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    Cereal Prawn
    Gim Tim Restaurant (AMK)

    3 1/2 Stars Out of 5
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    Jin Long Chicken (Deep Fried Chicken Skin with Squid Paste)
    Gim Tim Restaurant (AMK)

    Standard drop but still my fav dish

    3 1/2 Stars Out of 5
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    In my opinion, this photo framing can be improve probably by either including the full flower or totally not including the flower deco at all cause kinda distracting when it is cut off.
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    Yam Ring
    Gim Tim Restaurant (AMK)

    I want to take a shot with the "Ring" but the waitness "Move" too fast and cut the yam ring before I can say anything

    3 1/2 Stars Out of 5
    *** 1/2
    I like the colors from the "ingredients" in the middle of your photo! It is confirm making me crave for some!
    However, I think the shadow on the top left of the photo is slightly distracting :/ It will be good to clone/patch it away using photoshop/lightroom.
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    I like the colours and freshness too! However, I don't think in the context of the thread here, the shadows really bother me much and warrants time to clone it out. Afterall, it is the intent of the photograher to show the different dishes that he enjoyed and reviewed for our "enjoyment". Of course, if it is a magazine/product shot, then it really matters to have clean shot.

    Quote Originally Posted by Serenefotoworks View Post
    I like the colors from the "ingredients" in the middle of your photo! It is confirm making me crave for some!
    However, I think the shadow on the top left of the photo is slightly distracting :/ It will be good to clone/patch it away using photoshop/lightroom.
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