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    Posted: 12/08/2010 at 2:37am
I thought guys I know some may like me more might hate me but whatever the fact is I love this forum and have been on here long enough to wish I could sit down at a big table with you all and enjoy a festive season dinner to end the year with some fun.

I thought we could start a virtual restauraunt and at least imagine we are dining out together at:
Ping Pong Dim Sum.



What will you order?
This is the menu:

STEAMED DUMPLINGS
06 Green chive dumpling King prawns & chives 3.49
07 Har Gau King prawns & bamboo shoots 3.49
08 Coriander dumpling King prawns in translucent pastry 3.49
10 Scallop & sh*take dumpling In translucent pastry 3.49
252 Seafood Shu Mai King prawns & scallops topped with carrot 3.49
209 Chicken Shu Mai Asparagus & water chestnuts, sh*take mushroom 3.49
14 Seafood dumpling King prawns, crab & scallops, in carrot pastry 3.49
16 Spicy hot pork dumpling In translucent pastry 3.49
17 Spicy hot vegetable dumpling v In translucent pastry 3.49
19 Spicy hot chicken dumpling In translucent pastry 3.49
137 Chicken & cashew nut dumpling In translucent pastry 3.49
35 Seafood roll King prawns & fish wrapped in cabbage NEW 3.59
126 Crunchy golden vegetable dumpling v In yellow turmeric pastry 3.69
20 Fragrant jasmine & pork rice In lotus leaf NEW 3.99
132 Garlic & king prawn black dumpling In black squid ink pastry 3.99
208 Square Fenix dumpling King prawns & crab in translucent pastry Special 3.99
STEAMED FLUFFY WHITE BUNS
25 Vegetable bun v Sautéed vegetables with fresh baby corn 3.89
23 Char Sui bun Honey-roast barbecued pork 3.99
STEAMED VEGETABLES
22 Winter bamboo shoots in a spicy apricot sauce v NEW 2.69
120 Steamed broccoli v Sprinkled with celery salt NEW 2.99
29 Five spice Chinese mushrooms & black fungus v NEW 2.99
STICKY RICE WRAPPED IN LOTUS LEAF, 2 PCS
38 Fresh vegetables A hint of garlic v 3.99
39 King prawns, scallops, carrots & bamboo shoots 3.99
219 Duck, orange & pineapple Special 3.99
BAKED FLAKY PUFF PASTRY
281 Hoi Sin vegetable puff v Glazed with honey 3.59
01 Pork puff Honey-roast pork sprinkled with sesame seeds 3.79
GRIDDLED DUMPLINGS
49 Fish dumpling Served with Hoi Sin sauce NEW 3.59
225 Spinach & mushroom v With citrus, apricot & Goji berry sauce 3.59
09 Bean curd ‘skin’ parcels v Bamboo shoots, mushrooms & carrot NEW 3.89
SOUPS
54 Chicken wonton In a light broth NEW 3.89
34 Vegetable wonton v In coconut broth NEW 3.89
196 Chinese mushroom soup Warming & delicious v Special 3.99
128 Spicy sour soup Coriander & king prawns NEW 3.99
COCONUT RICE CLAY POTS
212 Vegetables & beans v In black bean sauce 4.29
210 Chicken & vegetables 4.59
68 Spicy braised beef Special 4.99
FRIED SPRING ROLLS SERVED WITH
26 Crispy Hoi Sin duck roll Hoi Sin sauce 3.29
28 Mixed vegetable roll v Sweet & sour sauce 3.29
27 Vietnamese rice paper prawn roll Fish sauce, lettuce & mint 3.49
36 Crunchy vegetable & tofu roll v NEW Spicy mango sauce 3.49
169 Satay chicken & pineapple roll Five spice chestnut sauce 3.49
188 Crab coriander roll Goji berries & apricot sauce 3.49
259 Fish & seaweed roll SPECIAL Spicy sesame dipping sauce 3.99
FRIED SERVED WITH
32 Prawn toast topped with sesame seeds Fish sauce 2.99
206 Squid cake with coriander & prawns Fish sauce 3.99
SIGNATURE DISHES SERVED WITH
31 Crispy prawn balls Sweet & sour sauce 3.99
197 Spicy chilli squid Hoi sin sauce 3.99
56 Honey-glazed ribs with sesame seeds 6.69
NIBBLES
264 Maodou v Warm steamed soya beans sprinkled with celery salt 1.19
265 Chinese spicy nuts v In a five spice coating 1.19
266 Sichuan spice ‘pork crackling’ 1.19
33 Spicy seaweed prawn crackers With five spice chestnut sauce 1.39
SAUCE PLATTER
167 Citrus, apricot & goji berry, Chinkiang vinegar and mint,
sweet citrus red sauce, five spice chestnut, spicy sesame v 2.29
DESSERTS
57 Black & white rice, mango purée v NEW 2.79
271 Baked ginger cake with cinnamon ice cream v 2.99
273 Steamed banana cake, banana sorbet v 2.99
51 White fluffy v Valrhona Chocolate bun with coconut purée filling NEW 3.19
60 Mango pudding With Boiron purée 3.19
228 Chocolate & chilli mousse 3.19
72 Chinese chocolate brownie, blood orange sorbet v SPECIAL NEW 3.19
58 Poached Chinese pear v In Shaoxhing rice wine NEW 3.59
53 Ice cream/Sorbet, 3 scoops v Ask for flavours 3.99

I will add more to this post if I see interest.  As in what we have to drink etc.
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I'm a huge sucker for ha gao and cha siu bao Heart
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Hmm... not into roleplaying eating fetishes myself, but I know a guy who'd looove this and some of your "STEAMED FLUFFY WHITE BUNS"  Dead
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I am your waitress tonight could you please tell me which number that is rawrthe?

And also what the hell is ha gao cha siu bao mean?
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This is a great idea! I absolutely love dim sum. I already know what I want: Roast pork buns, ha gao (shrimp dumplings), shu mai, and many, many orders of chicken feet. Though, unfortunately that's not on the menu. Dim sum restaurants should always have chicken feet.
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Originally posted by Jonan Jonan wrote:

Hmm... not into roleplaying eating fetishes myself, but I know a guy who'd looove this and some of your "STEAMED FLUFFY WHITE BUNS"  Dead


you can keep him on your side of the table jonan he is sitting next to you!  As for fetish it has nothing to do with sex, it's meant to be fun.  I could say you have a fetish for roleplaying talking to people in real life because you spend time on a forum.

This is not a role play because you are meant to be you, not some sexual sh*take mushroom.
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Originally posted by qynthnghm qynthnghm wrote:

This is a great idea! I absolutely love dim sum. I already know what I want: Roast pork buns, ha gao (shrimp dumplings), shu mai, and many, many orders of chicken feet. Though, unfortunately that's not on the menu. Dim sum restaurants should always have chicken feet.


That's grose please stick to the menu sir.  I had Yum Cha once and thought I was eating a custard pie desert when I found chiken feet or should I say claws and almost puked.

Which number will you have and what would you like to drink?  oops I( forgot to give you the drinks menu.
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Lemon verb ena 1.99
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Mi nt tea 1.99
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Capp uccino 1.99
Espr esso 1.49
Double espr esso 1.99
Café latte 1.99
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White Wines 175ml 250ml Bottle
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Prosecco 125ml Bottle
Prosecco Stelle d’Italia NV 3.89 22.99
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Champagne 125ml Bottle
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Lanson Black Label, Fr ance NV 8.29 49.99
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Chilled plum Wine 275ml Jug
Kishu Monogatari 17.49
Hot Sake 275ml Jug
Ozeki Gi nkan 9.69
Beers
Ti ger (dr aught pi nt) 3.89
Ti ger (330ml bottle) 3.89
Ti ger (640ml bottle) 6.99
Sun Lik (330ml bottle) 3.29
Tsingtao (330ml bottle) 3.49
Spiri ts
Fi nlandi a vodk a (40%) 50ml 5.39
Bombay Sapp hir e Gi n (40%) 50ml 5.39
Cazadores blanco tequila (38%) 50ml 5.39
Bacardi Superi or rum (38%) 50ml 5.39
Buffalo Tr ace bourb on (45%) 50ml 5.39
Dewar’s Whisky (40%) 50ml 5.39
Martell VS cognac (40%) 50ml 5.39
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Wasabi Vir gin Mary 2.99
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Lemongrass 2.99
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Originally posted by bozbrisvegas bozbrisvegas wrote:

This is not a role play because you are meant to be you, not some sexual sh*take mushroom.

Well I'm not hungry anyway, I already ate like...15 hours ago, so I'm good for a while. 

I do of course always have room for vodka when I don't have work the next day.


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Yes, I'd love to have dim sum with you guys!
Better eat those chicken feet...for fast footwork! LOL
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Originally posted by shaolinTT shaolinTT wrote:

Yes, I'd love to have dim sum with you guys!
Better eat those chicken feet...for fast footwork! LOL
Never quite like chicken feet. You never know where it has been and what the feet had step on... Yuuuuccckkkkkk...
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Originally posted by bozbrisvegas bozbrisvegas wrote:

I am your waitress tonight could you please tell me which number that is rawrthe?And also what the hell is ha gao cha siu bao mean?


Ha gao is shrimp dumplings, cha siu bao is roast pork buns (it says so right on your menu).
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Originally posted by bozbrisvegas bozbrisvegas wrote:


Originally posted by qynthnghm qynthnghm wrote:

This is a great idea! I absolutely love dim sum. I already know what I want: Roast pork buns, ha gao (shrimp dumplings), shu mai, and many, many orders of chicken feet. Though, unfortunately that's not on the menu. Dim sum restaurants should always have chicken feet.
That's grose please stick to the menu sir.  I had Yum Cha once and thought I was eating a custard pie desert when I found chiken feet or should I say claws and almost puked.Which number will you have and what would you like to drink?  oops I( forgot to give you the drinks menu.


I'm sorry if you think it's "gross", but it's a dim sum staple. At least what I consider to be "true" dim sum. I'd say don't knock it if you've never tried it. sh*t's the bomb.

Also, I'll have jasmine tea with all of that.
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Originally posted by dragon kid dragon kid wrote:

Originally posted by shaolinTT shaolinTT wrote:

Yes, I'd love to have dim sum with you guys!
Better eat those chicken feet...for fast footwork! LOL
Never quite like chicken feet. You never know where it has been and what the feet had step on... Yuuuuccckkkkkk...


Actually, I think I have a pretty good idea of where it's been. When it was still on the chicken, probably in dirt, straw, and feces. But any proper restaurant would've certainly washed them and then thoroughly cook them, so eating them would be just fine.
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Hahaa.... Just messing round guys... There's nothing wrong with chicken feet :p
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Originally posted by qynthnghm qynthnghm wrote:

Originally posted by bozbrisvegas bozbrisvegas wrote:


Originally posted by qynthnghm qynthnghm wrote:

This is a great idea! I absolutely love dim sum. I already know what I want: Roast pork buns, ha gao (shrimp dumplings), shu mai, and many, many orders of chicken feet. Though, unfortunately that's not on the menu. Dim sum restaurants should always have chicken feet.
That's grose please stick to the menu sir.  I had Yum Cha once and thought I was eating a custard pie desert when I found chiken feet or should I say claws and almost puked.Which number will you have and what would you like to drink?  oops I( forgot to give you the drinks menu.


I'm sorry if you think it's "gross", but it's a dim sum staple. At least what I consider to be "true" dim sum. I'd say don't knock it if you've never tried it. sh*t's the bomb.

Also, I'll have jasmine tea with all of that.


as I said I have tried it!  It made me want to puke. nothing like expecting desert and getting a chicken foot.
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Well to tell you the truth I'll have anything pretty much on the menu but to narrow it down to half its got to be prawn something, so how about we all get a prawn something with different spices about 5 dishes or so.

As for tea come on man lets party, it's December: I'll buy you something stronger if I have to.

Let's start off with some tigers till the rest of the fellas rock up.
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Originally posted by bozbrisvegas bozbrisvegas wrote:

Well to tell you the truth I'll have anything pretty much on the menu but to narrow it down to half its got to be prawn something, so how about we all get a prawn something with different spices about 5 dishes or so.As for tea come on man lets party, it's December: I'll buy you something stronger if I have to.Let's start off with some tigers till the rest of the fellas rock up.


Chicken feet isn't meant to be in dessert! I'd gag too!

Very well, I'll have a Tiger. I'm all for prawns--I'll eat anything.
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Hi, bozbrisvegas Big smile, I like your post! It's 10 years later, and I noticed that the 'Ping Pong Dim Sum' link is not working, is it this restaurant that you wrote about?
https://twitter.com/pingpongdimsum
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