Sunday, 15 May 2016

Ah Yat Abalone is more than just Abalone

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One of my favourite places to eat at is always at Ah Yat Abalone. I had many good memories there not just the food, but the people as well. Once again, my respectable teacher Chef Lim shared with us some of his well known dishes but this time was without abalone. Ah Yat Abalone definitely has more than what it takes.


Ah Yat Abalone

Ah Yat Abalone
Ah Yat Simmered Fish
This dish is the masterpiece of Chef Lim’s creation. According to your preference, you can choose the type of fish you like, Goby was highly recommended so we decided to go for it. The fish is semi-pan fried till crispy on the outside and still smooth inside. Simmered with the home-made broth and ham gravy for 5 minutes, it enhances the fish flavour to a delectable complement.

Ah Yat Abalone
Braised Fish Maw
Fish Maw is a very difficult ingredient to cook. It is supposed to be tasteless but the chef has cooked it in such a way that the fish maw has absorbed all the abalone sauce into it, containing an intense flavour. Ladies will love it, having this may often may improve your skin complexion because of the high collagen content. There is no fishy smell, texture is impeccably smooth and almost melting in my mouth.

Ah Yat Abalone
Pan-Fried America Kurobuta Pork
Kurobuta Pork is the only type of pork that can be eaten raw in the world. Watch the video and you will find out why. Usually pork chop is hard in texture but not this, it is chewy and tender to my satisfaction. Pan fried to perfect, it has a sweet and sour after-taste. No marination, but still taste so good with just the gravy.

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Boston Lobster

Watch my video to find out more about the taste of the dishes and some other dishes which I would like to recommend in my video.

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9 comments:

  1. The crab claw is for me, haha

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  2. Fish Maw is my favourite, the sauce looks so yummy!

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    1. Everthing look so simple yet rich of abalone taste, I bet..

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  3. All look so delicious, the crab claw real win the internet haha

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  4. Everything look like gold dish! If I were there I don't know which one to eat first!

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  5. Both blogger & the chef have the style.."hi all here our exclusive menu today.." hahahaha

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  6. Anything with abalone is irresistible, but check out your pocket first huhu

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  7. Fish maw looks simple, but I bet it sweet & creamy.

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    1. I am thinking the same too, love it!

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