Li Tian •
27 Oct 2012 • 241 reviews • 8 followers
I have always walked past this blue restaurant but never had a chance to enter. I like the idea that they changed their dimsum menu every season. Even though some may find the choices rather limited, but well there is still the ala carte lunch/dinner menu which has many tempting offerings. For details : http://dairycream.blogspot.sg/2012/10/yu-cuisine.html
Must Try-Signature chilli crab tart.
Don't be deceive by the looks. The spicy warm sg chilli crab filling just flows once you take a bite. The tart shell is crispy but not oily and there is no trace of any sogginess.
Trio Eggs Rabbit dumpling
A savoury dish filled with century egg and some mixed vegetables. The skin is too thick so even though it may be cute looking but this is not worth ordering.
Steam spare ribs and glass noodle basket.
Traditional chicken feet in BBQ sauce.
Shredded roast duck sesame pastry
A dark horse of the day.
Spicy duck meat filling with crispy Chinese pastry skin. The skin has many layers but not oily. A good alternative to our usual char siew puff or char siew bao( they are on the menu too)
Mango with prawns black sesame roll
Crispy deep fried prawn drizzled with some green mayonnaise that is definitely not wasabi mayo.
Dinosaur rice roll that is drizzled with some special sauce with spring onions
As highly recommended by other bloggers, this one is indeed another star by its huge dinosaur size. Good value for $$.The interior consists of deep fried fritter and turnips. Do not shy away from ordering this even though it is deep fried as they are not greasy at all. The diff textures of this dish paired with the sauce makes it taste heavenly.