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Joyous Dinner Menu @ House of Tang, Bangsar One

by Taufulou

It was heavy rain that night, and it was hard to see even the car directly in front of me, chill and my stomach was growling and I was looking forward for the dinner later as the new menu came out with home cook food, it had been for months since I last tasted home cook and cant event remember how does it taste like as I only can remember what is my favorite dish that my mom can cook for me. House of Tang at Bangsar is one of the restaurant to hit onto.

[UPdate: no longer in operation since 2015]

Upon reaching the destination while I was looking for a spot and I got a highlight beam, on the parking spot trying to spot who was it? Trying hard to gaze at the number plate through the window under heavy downpour only realize it was Ken, as they cant get off the car without any umbrella.

After I park beside them, to my surprise, the staff from House of Tang brought 3 umbrellas for them on the opposite road to bring them into the restaurant; I have never thought that they do provide such services.

The restaurant certainly have the ambiance to host any of a family gathering with their concept build upon is to create home feel to ensure that if you cant enjoy at home, this is the place you feel warm and cozy with all your family members.

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House of Tang holds firm that harmony and joy is the root and trunk for all happy families. Remembering our parents’ toil and sacrifices to bring us up is the way to preserve that root. Honoring their efforts with achievements in life is the way to grow that trunk. How do we honor them if we were unhealthy? We deeply understand this and here in House of Tang, we are assertive to dismiss the use of any artificial flavoring and MSG. We also go light on salt and sauces, hoping to give our patrons the healthiest feasts ever, just like how mom cooked, only more extravagant as what you can expect in the ‘Joyous Dinner’

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mimid3vils 12/05/2010 - 4:47 pm

Fried rice with water chestnut is new to me, never new water chestnut can used as ingredient for fried rice O.O
.-= mimid3vils´s last blog ..Umai-Ya =-.

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via 12/05/2010 - 5:37 pm

bro…very nice layout u got here…

yeah, love the chinese food here…went with my family….did a review too…kekeke…se pei ho jiak!

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uLi 15/05/2010 - 5:37 pm

Delicious foods 🙂 Really a good place to be 😀
.-= uLi´s last blog ..Mother’s Day Celebration 2010 =-.

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