Saturday, July 29, 2006

Birthday Dinner @ Imbi Palace

We attended a friend's Birthday dinner last week. The dinner was at Imbi Palace Restaurant. We had our own private room with private waiter and captain although there was only 5 of us. Must be the amount of money being spent that night.



The first dish to arrive is the 4 Seasons Starter. It comprises of "siew yoke", salted egg yolk prawns, bacon wraps and stir fried shark fins. The prawns and the bacon wrap was very good. We went again the next day just to order the prawns!!

The stir fried shark fin was also good. They were very generous with the shark fins.



Next course is the shark fin soup. Its a little different from the usual shark fin soup that I'm used to. This one tasted very luxurious (if that makes any sense). Overall not bad!!



Someone at the table had a thing about eating shark fin so she had the "old cucumber" soup. It was served in a hollowed out cucumber and had loads of dried scallops, prawns and meat. I did not try this soup but people who did said it was GOOD!!



Next came the Peking Duck. As usual the captian craved out the skin while the waiter wrapped it in the pancake together with sliced cucumber and spring onions.





We told the captain to chop up the duck drumsticks for us. It was very delicious. Smooth, salty and oily. Ahhh!!! Heaven...





Next dish that came was the soft shell crabs. It was fried dried with salt, pepper and chilli flakes. Quite good but I found it abit too salty. Maybe its because of the duck.



The next dish to arrive is the tofu dish. As with all the dishes that night. It was really delicious with generous amounts of dried scallops, prawns, mushrooms and meat. They also threw in a few stalks of kailan for good measure! :D



The last of the main course to arrive was the duck noodles. The duck meat from the peking duck was shredded and fried with noodles. Another very good dish. Although I thought that there are not enough noodles and too much duck meat.



Now we move onto the desserts!! The first is the "Wor Peng". Ketchup Queen has sort of a soft spot for "Wor Peng" so she througly enjoyed this!!



The last dessert is the mango, sago, pomelo dessert. Sorry I dont know what its actually called but it was nice, cold and delicious!!

Overall a very excellent meal!! Thanks to JS for the lovely meal!!

Makan King's ratings = 7 out of 10

Cheers,
-BKT King-

18 Comments:

Blogger wombie said...

Have you tried their dim sum? It's not bad. My fav is the porridge. Very similiar to Hong Kong style. By the way, nice blog :)

2:39 AM, July 30, 2006  
Anonymous earl-ku said...

they have these bbq spare ribs, very very nice and i once had this mantis prawn cooked "yim kuk lai niu ha" thats nice also ...

3:11 AM, July 30, 2006  
Anonymous ruby said...

I ate dim sum at the place opposite imbi palace. It was called yujua village or something. The dim sum was of normal quality you can get certain cheaper shops. I thought it was not worth the price.
Plus you have do drive through the jam in that area.

4:22 PM, July 30, 2006  
Blogger Lannae said...

The old cucumber soup presentation is so stunning! I would like to try it because it is so nice looking!

9:27 AM, August 01, 2006  
Anonymous KetchuplovingQueen said...

we will be celebrating another birthday there in 2 days time stay tune

11:12 PM, August 01, 2006  
Anonymous Ketchup Queen said...

TUNED
typo sorry

too much jocaob creek's pinot noir chardonnay cheap and absoeffinglutely niceeeeeeee ^_^

night ~~

11:14 PM, August 01, 2006  
Anonymous Ketchup Queen said...

i mean seriously it tastes almost exactly like brut cuvee of laurent perrier

11:15 PM, August 01, 2006  
Anonymous little.black.book said...

looks luxurious...

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10:01 PM, August 03, 2006  
Blogger Jackson said...

yeah....they serve pretty nice food! They hv a special buffet on SUnday and costr only RM 40 + ( i can't remember how much exactly, but i know is worth it )
GO n Try!!!

5:32 PM, August 04, 2006  
Blogger Tummythoz said...

Was there recently and saw they served a fear factor lobster dish on d next table. Its cut opened body was filled with its sliced meat, eaten raw or dip into a boiling pot. All the while, tentacles on the lobster's head was still moving, esp when touched (Still alive??!! -_-"). BTW, I've been hopping in & out of your blog for quite sometime but this is my 1st time commenting here. Just wanted to share that, hope u don't mind too much.

1:12 PM, August 07, 2006  
Blogger babe_kl said...

such a luxurious meal :p so much food for 5 person which explained why u had more duck meat than noodles haha

4:42 PM, August 11, 2006  
Anonymous ruby said...

you ppl eat like kings............ or should i say pigs?

11:19 PM, August 14, 2006  
Blogger Lannae said...

Makan Kings, where are you? Post more on your blog, so I can read more about your food adventures!

2:14 PM, August 20, 2006  
Anonymous achow said...

Do they have karaoke in the private room? I am searching for a good restaurant to celebrate my dad's birthday. Yujia village was so damn expensive n they r so stingy w the portion. I will never go back for lunch or dinner.

3:38 PM, December 05, 2006  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Here's what goes into shark fin soup

1:45 AM, April 16, 2007  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

This looks good but I wouldn't eat Shark fin as the worlds sharks are being decimated by over fishing/fining. It’s barbaric how they kill so many sharks for just their fins and then leave them to die. What a waste and anyone who buys shark fins is just as guilty.

8:04 AM, April 29, 2008  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"Shark fin soup alters an ecosystem"

Nearly 100 million sharks are killed every year due to the enormous demand for shark fins to make shark fin soup

http://www.cnn.com/2008/WORLD/asiapcf/12/10/pip.shark.finning/

Anyone who serves, requests or eats Shark's Fin Soup is guilty of this world's crime of decimation one of the sea's most important creatures of the ecosystem.

You are responsible for all the drowned sharks laying at the bottom of the ocean.

5:12 PM, December 11, 2008  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

don't eat shark fin soup monsters! do you have any idea?? the sharks are still alive when their fins are SLASHED off of their bodies, then they are thrown back in, still alive, where they crash into the bottom of the ocean and bleed to death, or are eaten alive, while also starving to death and suffocating because they cannot move enough to get lots of oxygen into their gills. BY THE WAY the shark fin adds no flavor so all this unnessesary shit happens so that you can have a piece of flavourless rubber in your fucking soup. someone at your table had a "thing" about eating shark fins? It was more than a "thing" its called having a conscience

1:21 PM, October 22, 2009  

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