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Prosperous Kitchen (River Valley) (天旺)

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Prosperous Kitchen is well known for its freshly handmade Dim Sum and a variety of authentic Cantonese cuisine from the Double Boiled Soups to a range of popular wok fried Cantonese and Northern Chinese dishes created by their Hong Kong Chef.

Daily: 09:30 - 21:30

+65 67373549
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Have been to this place 3 times and have not been disappointed with any of the dishes I've ordered. But the star of the menu has got to be the creamy pumpkin crab - this is why me and my friends keep coming back to this place.

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Zhi Char with Curry Horfun & Salted Egg Pork

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My first experience of having some Wok Fried Mee Swa ($8.00) was bad – bad food, bad service, long waiting time and not exactly cheap, till I commented it was “doomed to fail”.

The subsequent time I was more adventurous and ordered its Pork Ribs in Coffee Sauce ($12.80) and Curry Horfun ($6.00). Both were surprisingly decent offerings, especially the horfun in a thin curry gravy topped with vegetables which was neither heavy nor weird.

My most recent try was their signature Salted Egg Pork Chop ($16.80), while at a not-so-happy price, is definitely worth a go with its tender pork slices fried with absolutely addictive salted egg sauce that made me wipe clean the plate.

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• 27 Feb 2012 • 1 review • 0 follower

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Have been to this place 3 times and have not been disappointed with any of the dishes I've ordered. But the star of the menu has got to be the creamy pumpkin crab - this is why me and my friends keep coming back to this place.
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• 16 Apr 2009 • 90 reviews • 0 follower

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The baos here are not bad where the filling is relatively substantial and tasty. My mom often buys baos from here for the family. Besides baos, there are egg tarts, yam cakes, char siew puffs, etc. For about $3 (i think), one can get 4 items of one's choice. Quite a good deal and very popular with the residents in AMK.
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