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I've only been to Reunion once before Thursday night's dinner for a bowl of wanton mee.
For Jim's birthday, the girls and I took him out to dinner (as he strongly recommended) to Reunion in Bangsar Village.
We started off with the pepper and salt 'bak fan' fish. Very crispy, lightly salted..not exactly a healthy option for a starter but who cares, we're all out for a feast!
We had the pig stomach soup next which was not hot enough but I have always been a fan of salted vege and pig stomach soup, so no complains if it's tasty enough...
The waiter recommended their house special black bean chicken which is undoubtedly one of the best dishes for the night. Steam chicken with soy sauce can get pretty boring but this really something unique.
Next we had long beans with roasted pork. The rest thought it was a wee bit salty and must have with rice.
Scallops with steam egg. Yum............!!! egg just steamed to perfection and with a generous portion of scallops.
Steam fish - I alwasy think that if a fish is fresh, irregardless of the taste, you can never go wrong. But this one had a good gravy on it....slightly spicy
The highlight of the night. Their hokkien mee. Absolutely generous with the pork lard (which I don't eat) --it's surprisingly very delicious for a restaurant standard. U know how hokkien mee are alwasy tastiest if cooked by those road side stalls or hawker stalls.