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Dai Cha Dim Braised Beef Brisket

Post by Chiefeater OngWK

I have visited Dai Cha Dim countless times and at different branches. Never quite like their chicken or char siew rice. But I do enjoy their stir fry hor fun with raw egg and their Cantonese style beef hor fun. But today was a little bit strange. After a disastrous brunch, my friend and I decided to have a late lunch at Dai Cha Dim Pavilion Bukit Jalil.

Food at Lunch

We settled on Braised Beef Brisket and Tendons in Claypot and Fried Eggs with Prawns. He wanted dry wantan noodles to go with these dishes while I went with plain white rice. While I do like the tendons, the brisket was a bit tough. The gravy was a perfect match for the rice. The fried eggs with prawns were good. There were generous amounts of medium sized prawns hidden in layers of the fried eggs. A hint of smokey taste in the eggs was very much welcomed indicating sufficient heat from the fire.
Dai cha dim

By night time, I fetched my mother from the LRT station and went to another mall as the weather was acting up by gifting us an abundance of sky juice! She wanted Chinese food and as usual, everywhere was packed and crowded. No lines at Dai Cha Dim so we swiftly went in and got ourselves a table. She ordered a combination of poached chicken and siew yuk rice while I decided to go with the stir fry beehoon.
Dai cha dim

Food at Dinner

I wanted soup and there were 3 to choose from the menu. The double boiled black bean soup was my choice. Her meat filled rice dish came and was followed by the soup in no time. I didn't think much of it when I ordered it but boy, was this soup full of surprises. Dai Cha Dim did not skim with the ingredients here. There were red dates, wolf berries, honey dates, chicken leg, pork ribs and black beans. This soup was rich in taste and in deep black color befitting the description of a black bean soup.
Dai cha dim

As for the beehoon, it came with some deep fried dry cuttlefish strips on top of a white looking mixture of beehoon, bean sprouts and a smattering of fried eggs. It wasn't as heavy in carbs as I thought it would be as there was a generous amount of bean sprouts. The whole dish was light in taste but adequately seasoned. Those bean sprouts were still crunchy and went down really well with the model thin bee hoon.
So that was how I ended up in Dai Cha Dim twice today.
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