Saturday, June 22, 2013

Layumcha and Tai Lei Loi Kei @ Lot 10, Hutong

Earlier this week, Lot 10 Hutong, which is the brainchild of Tan Sri Dr Francis Yeoh, took the opportunity to unveil it's 2 newest stalls, Layumcha and Tai Lei Loi Kei.
Before the ribbon cutting ceremony to officiate the opening of the 2 stalls, a background view of the Global Hutong Brand, where it's currently heading and interviews were being conducted over at the Lot 10 Concourse area.

Ever since it was established back in November 2009, Lot 10 Hutong has attracted the attention of food authorities and aficionados worldwide. The New York Timees listed Lot 10 Hutong as "Asia's Top Odysseys". World-renowned celebrity food critic, author, TV producer and media host Chua Lam was so convinced that he became Lot 10 Hutong's International Brand Ambassador, inking the calligraphy in the Lot 10 Hutong logo himself.

The live interview with Ms. Wendy (Macau Tai Lei Loi Kei Pork Chop Bun), Mr. Chua Lam, Tan Sri Dr Francis Yeoh and YTL Chairman Tan Sri Yeoh Tiong Lay.

Chua Lam flew in to KL in order to announce the globalization of Hutong brand in GuangZhou, China.

"Thanks to Tan Sri Francis Yeoh's acceptance of my invitation and Mr. Ralph Hu's of Zhujiang New Town Development, Hutong will be launched in Guangzhou as a gateway to China with it's unique concept of Nanyang heritage cuisinces this August 2013" said Chua Lam.

The Tsai Lan (or Chua Lam) City of Fusion Foods is located on two levels in the Fuli Yingxin Building where Hutong will be situated in level one which is directly accessible from the main entrance. 19 Malaysian heritage brands in over 2095 square meters will be featured there.

The ribbon cutting ceremony at Lot 10 Hutong Layumcha KL outlet.

Layumcha is a Hong Kong Dim Sum outlet where "yum cha" which literally means "tea appreciation" is synonymous with enjoying the "fine art of dim sums".

The various dim sum dishes from Layumcha served to the VIPs during the grand opening.

Highly impressed and attracted by Lot 10 Hutong's concept and quality of heritage culinary arts, Hong Kong hit the shores of Lot 10 Hutong with their iconic cuisines with the grand opening of Layumcha officiated by YTL Corporation Berhad Executive Chairman YBhg Tan Sri Dato Seri (Dr) Yeoh Tiong Lay and world-renowned celebrity food critic, Mr. Chua Lam.

Some of the delicacies from Layumcha that we get to try out from it's vast variety include the Baked Mini Egg Tart:
The Deep Fried Taro Dumpling with Minced Chicken & Mushroom Cubes:
Fresh Shrimp Dumplings:
And the Fish Balls:
For more of their dim sum, have a visit at the shop and have a taste of it.

Tai Lei Loi Kei
Tai Lei Loi Kei is famous for their iconic Macau Pork Chop Bun.

In addition to using the best flour imported from Japan, the techniques of beating and kneading are done by skilled labor. The buns are baked with a firewood furnace together with masters who know the best timing to bake hard buns with a crunchy crust and soft bread inside.
The secret recipe of their homemade marinade sauce has been passed down for 2 generations and brandy is added to the marinade to give the pork chop a rich and mellow taste. Butter is added to enhance the aroma of the buns while condiments using Portuguese spices started a new gourmet trend.

Aside from the Pork Chop Bun, there's also other delights offered at Tai Lei Loi Kei such as curry fish balls, curried squids, curry brisket ribs and many more.


:: - LoLLy - :: said...

Woww another food paradise for me ehhh !!! *Drooling*

Kelvin -KtheBlogger- Tan said...

You want? I got food vouchers for it. :P

Unknown said...

Looks pretty good. What's the price range I wonder. Malaysian Movie & MMA Blog

Kelvin -KtheBlogger- Tan said...

Less than RM10 per dish.