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Yamishu restaurant
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People,

have u ppl checked out this outlet behind 101 Premier? they serve dim-sum and chinese food.

Coz it is newly opened, many kuching folks wanted to check out the place and everyone is Q-ing up to check out the food.

So did I. They had HUGE posters of the food that they serve at the side of the building.

I was told that they have 7 chefs from Hong Kong and China. Naturally, I was impressed but I also travel to these country a lot and will need to taste to see if they are really good.

Ah! unfortunately, i can only give it 5 out of 10.

Well, I will be polite and not be too critical here.

You go check it out and maybe you will like the food.

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pictures?

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I think Dim-sum is one of the hardest things for a restaurant to do. You need alot of kitchen equipment and staff, and you gotta be really organized.

Lots of Kch folk have tried but always fail.

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Maozi's verdicts:

Dimsums OK but price tag a bit towards expensive side, Lohmaikai failed flat, fried food (mee, rice etc) not worth trying.

Best in the menu: Tarts.

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Quote:

TeQuiLa wrote:
I think Dim-sum is one of the hardest things for a restaurant to do. You need alot of kitchen equipment and staff, and you gotta be really organized.

Lots of Kch folk have tried but always fail.
..last time,they have this Shanghai "chian pao" at King Centre but ceased to operate - dont know why(business was good)

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hello Feiko,

I tasted the Shanghainese food at KingCentre before. I think the reason they closed shop was because they feel that the profit is not good enough. They could earn more elsewhere.

Though Yamishu have so many chefs, not everyone can make dimsum. probably 2-3 chefs. and the others specialty are in cooking chinese gourmet.

I have always dreamed of opening a Shanghainese restaurant in Kuching coz i really love Shanghainese food. I usually put on weight after a few days there. Their dish is sweet to the taste bud and very delicious. Of course, you need to know a local person to bring you to the popular places to eat these dishes. It can just be a little corner restaurant tucked away at an alley somewhere.

Come to think of it, why not we organise a Shanghai Gourmet or Shanghai food tour to there? :)

and we go try the food there. that would be fun. man! we just eat eat eat and eat! blurp!





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and how's the price?

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hi chris,

i have not thot about it yet. just an idea that pops up my mind. I have to ask my friends in Shanghai if they would be our gourmet tour guide? and why not if we have the numbers? of course, we have to pay them for their time to show us around. No free Lunches.

i have been there several times and it is fun.

it is fun to go to shanghai during Summer , ie. now coz u will shop till u drop . u go to Puxingjie and bargain or the metropolitan upscale area and there is this dept mall that had over 50 designers in one floor and u just walk around and buy buy buy!




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Cheapest on menu is vegetarian dumpling @ RM3.50, second cheapest, egg tarts, 3x @ RM4, others mostly RM4.5 or 5.5.

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May I also add that we wont be travelling by coach? we will travel by bus/subway and taxis.

these are ideas to make things happen : - )


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