This restaurant chain made a name for itself with its Hong Kong style menu of dim sum, noodles and rice dishes. It has grown and diversified to include many different kinds of outlets, such as some fine dining outlets, some serving Northern Chinese and Korean food.
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basically the food was not bad, but it was super cramped, portions were really small, and the roasted meat was ice cold. what's up with that!
food was good though, and came pretty fast, although the service was s***. so yes. not for a hot date. maybe speed dating, you're so close the next table i suppose you could just say hi.
there was beef with really nice mushrooms.
Shioba, roasted pork. crunchy, soft, but ICE COLD! not nice. dun get. tasty, but cold. very wierd.
fish slices with cucumber and pine nuts
the fish was really soft and tasty! and the pine nuts were cute to eat.
queues very long, so take a number, shop around and come back.
I was rather disappointed by the standard of the resturant. I had previously visited some other Crystal Jade Kitchen and they were noticeably better. The Sweet and Sour Pork Chop that we ordered were rather hard and tasteless. The flavour were all in the sauce and not in the meat. The fried prawn with almond nuts and wasabi sauce were even worst. It was hard and I could even smell the burnt nuts. This resturant seems to be focusing on their steamboat, I suspect that is the reason why the dishes are compromised.
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