Mon to Sun: 11.00am - 11.00pm
This Cantonese restaurant built its reputation on its imperial golden fried rice, based on a family recipe cooked to perfection, but today it serves lots more as well. Try the black pepper crab or paper-wrapped chicken, or if you're game for fusion food, there's also prata with crab claw on the menu.
1) They put the crabs at the entrance, place the price tags to attract attention of patrons.
2) When we placed order, they told us that the cheaper Indonesian crabs was not available, only left with the more expensive Sri Lankan Crab which was $10 more per kg, and no smaller size crabs left. No Choice, we let them pick for us.
3) We suspect the crab they served is not from one single crab, as the size and the texture of crab for different parts varied.
4) When we finally asked for the bill, to our surprise, it cost us close to $160 for this dish ! The staff said that because the crab weight 2.3kg (no way for us to verify), and since it is more than 2kg, it cost $10 more per kg. So instead of 38/kg (Indonesian crab which they put at the entrance to attract), we have to pay $58 per kg.
Decided to give it a try as Jumbo Seafood ran out of crab, was bluffed upstair by the Chen Fu Ji's pathetic worker who was below desperately seeking for customers. Their chilli crab sauce indeed tasted like detergent as described by other reviewers, definitely the worst chilli crab ever. Salted egg prawn tasted like burned rubber with salt, my description are not exaggerating. Basically the food there are terrible, the worst of the worst. Not to mention the price was a rip-off. A restaurant to avoid at all costs.