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So as I was walking to the Vietnam Kitchen at 1 Utama new wing from MPH bookstore. Something new caught my eye, it was the new and shiny banner of Dragon-i restaurant. It displayed something like “He has arrived! We have waited for 10 years!”, and “Gunniess book of records.” I remembered seeing that on Kimberly’s post, hence I told myself I would check that place out, that was a few months ago.


Nice setting with pretty good interior decoration.

The restaurant name in Mandarin is “Long de Chuan Ren”, which means the people of dragon, but they’ve put a spin to it and instead of the “Long” of dragon, they used to “Long” of “Siu Long Pau”, which literally means pau in a small basket. The restaurant’s speciality as advertised is siu long pau and their ramen.

One thing that this place definately get a vote from me was their menu. Every single item is accompanied with a photo and some description of the dish. It helps alot to decipher what some of these dishes come with.


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We ordered the ramen soup with ribs (since the picture they shown on the menu was the largest..), a bamboo shoot side dish, a fried ramen entry, and a dessert.

The ramen soup was pretty good, the ramen itself quite fine and very smooth. The soup doesn’t carry very strong taste but gives a subtle hint of aroma, which was nice and didn’t feel like those that are overly laden with MSG. The ribs would have been perfect had it been a bit more fatty, but that’s just my taste. Maybe these days people are slightly more health concious? *gasp*

The bamboo shoot side dish was pretty decent, though looks abit like eating centipede carcases. The sauce was a little bit too sweet though, but the texture was very nice. As for the fried ramen, my dinner partner of the evening was not able to finish it, claiming that it’s a bit too oily. I tasted the dish, it wasn’t bad, however it was too oily even for me, and didn’t really impress my taste bud one way or the other.

As for the dessert, it was as if they tried too hard. Either that, or because we were the late customers, we got it filled with too much fungus and longans and all those ingredients, but not nearly enough liquid to let those little things swim in. It ended up overly sweet and didn’t do a particularly excellent job as far as thirst quenching goes.

Overall, it’s a pretty decent place with a very nice atmosphere with pretty reasonable price (the meal was some RM40 or so if I remember correctly). Perhaps I’ll have to try their siu long pau next time, avoid the fried ramen.

It is situated in 1-Utama, new wing, next to Vietmanese Kitchen that’s on 3rd 2nd floor by MPH bookstore.

GPS: 3.150050, 101.615939

Discuss : KY eats – Dragon-i Restaurant at 1 Utama

  1. I don’t know how to get to 1 Utama, or the 2nd floor even. Can we get a n00b map?

  2. aw: take the taxi, and then ask the guard, noob. hehehe

  3. […] Emperor noodle is basically a type of egg noodle, quite similar to the basic wanton noodle you can get at anywhere, but finer. I’ve had it at Dragon-i One Utama, as well as SS2 pasar malam boxed noodle. I like the texture, and being as fine as angel hair spaghetti, it tends to soak up the sauce very well and give a stronger flavour. […]

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  5. had a bad dining experience at dragon-i, where hygiene is concerned, and the staff’s attitude.

    it’s somewhere in my blog la…search for dragon-i (what else?)

    :)

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  8. 在 Midvalley MegaMall Dragon-I Restaurant笼的传人餐馆里面有一位厨师,他的名字是 SAM PENG SENG, IC NO: 791110-01-5603,,住在公司的宿舍,地址是 65,Jalan Taman Seputih 1, Taman Seputih,是世纪超级贱男人,专门骗财骗色,嗜好就是玩弄女人和偷拍女人裸照,最喜欢搞大女人的肚子然后再逼女人堕胎,如不堕胎就把裸照公开来威胁女人。他除了喜欢玩弄单身女人也很喜欢玩弄人家的女朋友或老婆,简单来说如果是女人他都不会放过。而当他把女人弄得痛不欲生的时候就会开始扮演受害者,到处跟人家说是女人对他痴痴缠弄得他很烦,让说有的人都错把那女人当成疯女人,让他可以甩掉女人的同时还可以博得人家同情。

    这个贱男人还有精神分裂症,喜欢打女人,很会演戏,简直就是最佳男主角,人前人后几个模样,说谎话是他最拿手的,尤其是他想要向女人讨钱或者要推卸责任的时候。

    请各位提醒你身边的女士朋友们千万要认住这个贱男人,千万不要堕进他的圈套,或喝他给的饮料。

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