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30.12.2008 | 色彩繽紛

之前席卷全城嘅冬甩熱潮, 呢幾日觀察下, 仍然都有排住隊等買「傳奇冬甩」嘅人龍, 不過熱潮已經大大減退.. 各商家見呢股熱潮所帶嚟嘅可觀營利, 紛紛隨波逐流, 求新求變.. 結果除咗企穩陣腳嘅彩色冬甩, 最近就冒起彩色包點同埋彩色忌廉泡芙, 以雷同嘅手法嘗試分去冬甩一杯羹.. 一次Pavilion之旅, 你就可以試食呢三樣色彩繽紛, 猛咁喺度嗌「食我啦!! 你行埋嚟食我啦!」嘅東西..
  • 色彩冬甩之前提過啦, 得個靚字, 咪就係冬甩一件咁囉, 唔足以大費周章排晒大隊去買.. 所以你見人龍大大縮短啦..
  • 色彩包點, 我覺得好唔錯囉, 雖然皮較厚餡較少, 但係睇得出係落咗心機同誠意去整嘅.. 有鹹有甜, 幾十種選擇迎合不同口味, 我仲想試埋其他款喎..
  • 色彩忌廉泡芙嘅話哩, 一睇就覺係擺明抄人哋條橋.. 我覺唔係咁好食囉, 餅皮好韌忌廉超濟, 而且一咬落去裡頭啲忌廉就必晒出嚟, 搞到周身邋遢十分狼狽, 我下次會避而遠之..
remember the donut heat that stroke the city gone wild like a year ago? my observation these few days was that, still people queuing to buy the "legendary donuts" but already uncomparable with its past glory.. and now's the time people started to follow the same profitable track, for something else different and new.. and hence, other than the pioneer donuts, we now have the colorful steam buns and the colorful cream puffs.. a day in the Pavilion and you get to try all these three stuffs, colorfully and attractively shouting "eat me!! eat me!!" on their display shelves (even the photo looks appealing right??)..
  • donuts, not going to mention much as i have already blogged this way time ago.. just colorful and just a piece of donut they are actually, not really worth wasting the time to queue for them.. no wonder you see there is less people in the queue already..
  • steam buns, i'm gonna say this is very creative and i see heart and sincere in preparing them.. i personally think they taste quite good (though the pastry is a bit too thick and filling a bit too little), sweet or savoury fillings in more than 20 flavours to fulfill different taste, i think i still want to try the other flavours that i have not tried, yum yum..
  • cream puffs, well once you see them you will think it's an obvious copycat.. i don't think it taste nice, supposed to be chewy but turns out soggy rubber, what's more the cream filling just drip out from the pastry once you bite it (no matter how careful you are), it's just so embarrassing to get it all over your hands and clothes.. i would choose to stay away actually..
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19 comments:

  1. the past few days i have been having donuts n searching for it. but it has stopped. i am home and 3kg heavier hahaha.

    Happy new year

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  2. The Dunkin Donuts in Malaysia is sucks. Wonder why they could not follow the originals. The Bao dumplings are being turned into Donut-like shapes is slowing losing the public appeal now. Thamby Sk better eat Roti Canai with icing and cream.

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  3. Wow, those steam buns dun look like the traditional steam buns. I won't know those are steam buns in the first place if u didn't mention it :)

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  4. those steam buns, don look like buns~ so colourful~

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  5. You just made me crave for donuts!

    Wanna go for some steam buns?

    Happy New Year [SK]!

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  6. BengBeng:
    haha, never mind lor, it's festive season, so eat as much as you may, keep fit only after CNY at one go laa.. hehe :p

    Twilight Zone:
    hmmm, in a sense i still think the Bao are attractive to me, will try a couple more times before i get bored, hehe.. and you forgotten one thing, roti with cream and icing, sprinkled on top with some muruku crumbs for an extra kick of crunchiness.. :)

    Chen:
    haha, they really look like toys don't they?? nut they are actually quite yummy ooh.. maybe i'd try somemore during the coming weekends later.. geee :p

    vincent:
    i didn't play a fool on you, those are real buns, edible and selling at RM3 each.. kind of expensive compared to the normal ones huh??

    Little Dove:
    hmmm, i actually don't mind the donuts if the queue is short.. and yeah, let's go for some buns, i love them.. bring you two "char siew pao" and wish you happy new year :p

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  7. hua hua hua !! colourful steam buns is such creative idea !! i like them already !
    i just wonder, now that the economic downturn, this sort of business still can survive? well, i guess, people still love eating, esp Malaysians ;)

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  8. it's all so fattening.... but fattening food normally makes me happy...
    hmm...so i choose to be happy ;)

    happy new year :)

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  9. wah...i just tried the donut before.....but that too sweat for me @_@

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  10. I still like the dounuts though I don't take them very often.

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  11. shirls:
    yeah i hope next time when you're back to KL, the steam bun is still there, you should give it a try.. hmm, i don't understand, despite the economic downturn, you still see shoppers flooding shopping malls.. and actually when talk about eatery, always packed, because everybody just need to eat right??

    Danny:
    aiyah, eat already then worry later lor, just make yourself happy that's the ultimate point right?? furthermore, you are so skinny type of people~~

    K|E|E|N|Y|E|E:
    wow, didn't know you are a gastronome?? hehe, how come never take photos with them before and during eating??

    Nkw@i:
    errr, no doubt they are just pretty and sweet, but just once in a while lor, should not be often.. :)

    Legolas:
    of course not often, unless you are craving for them.. they are a bit too sweet and too artificially flavoured..

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  12. Such a pity,in the race for creativity, the quality has been compromised. I love doughnuts(Traditional sugared ones), simply cannot resist a good old fashion pau and always space for delicious creamy melt in the mouth cream puffs. Now where can I find these in KL?

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  13. the baoz are not too bad...lot choices...

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  14. iml:
    you are very true, the originals are always the best!! errmm, there are still lots of sugar ring, char siew bao and cream puffs around in town i supposed?? or perhaps you can make your own?? hehe :p

    squall:
    hmmm, you didn't write anything about those baoz in your gastronomic blog?? :)

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  15. tried the J Co donuts in jakarta and it was super sweet and that's the reason i haven't tried the one in m'sia... guess u will not have the mood to try after u see the crowd queing up outside the shop...

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  16. errmmm, i did queue for 45min just to buy a box of dozen when the thing has just newly landed in KL.. anyway, that was the first and also the last time i will ever queue for it.. i personally can take sweet things, but that just don't deserve my time to be wasted in queues.. :)

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  17. Thamy SK dei.... I tried Roti Chanai with ice cream and they were so fucking good man! try it laaarr!

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  18. Twilight Zone:
    oh, really?? you did it your own?? what type of ice cream and what flavour is the best combination?? oh, and have you also sprinkled some muruku crumbs on top?? :p

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