Friday, May 26, 2006
LL left the company on February and started her adventure in London. If you do remember the name LL, we had our farewell in Luna Bar on the week she left.
WL and I met her in London last weekend, she buy us dim sum lunch in this cozy Chinese restaurant named Yi-Ban at east London. This probably one of the most “high class” restaurant I ever go after 3 weeks in London.
We have arrived quite early, not many people in the restaurant yet.
The restaurant located next to a dockside of River Thames, very nice view. The balcony section is open during summer time, should be more joyful to sit outside. I’ve a feeling of returning to KL. The waiter and waitress are Chinese, most diners are Asian and it’s broadcasting Chinese songs.
We’re here for dim sum. Check out the menu, there are more than 70 items including the weekend special!
And these are the dim sum we had:
Egg Tarts and Char Siu pastries
Fried prawn dumpling, taste real nice with mayonnaise
Chee Cheong Fun with Char Siu, Scallop and Prawn
Chee Cheong Fun with Oil Stick
Sweet Mango Pudding
Mixed Fruits with Tapioca
All the dim sum cost £2 ~ £2.50. The tastes are ok and look very nice. The chef really spends the effort into these dim sum to make it look tasty.
Yi-Ban Chinese Restaurant
London Regatta Center
London E16 2QT
Tel: +44 (020) 7473 6699
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