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Zhia Kitchen "Nam Yu" Pork Belly with rice

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For today's lunch, I visit a restaurant called Zhia kitchen, a Cantonese Restaurant. This restaurant is located at the Sunway Putra Mall if you ever wish to visit it. It use to have a branch at Berjaya Time Square Mall but it has closed down.

After looking at the menu, I decided to order the "Nam Yu" Pork Belly with rice. After including the service tax, the total cost is RM25.20.

The "Nam Yu" here is actually referring to Fermented bean curd, which is a Chinese condiment consisting of a form of processed, preserved tofu used in East Asian cuisine. While it is commonly used as a condiment, combined into sauces to accompany hot pot, or consumed at breakfast to flavor rice, porridge, gruel, congee, or erkuai. It can be used to marinate meat to give it a unique flavor.

When the dish arrived, I notice the yam ring is smaller than what I expected since the photo used in the menu look big. The meal is ok but I would be glad if they use the correct image in their menu.

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