30 Dec 2013 • 73 reviews • 4 followers
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The restaurant was brightly lit and had no frills in its decorations. The servers consisted mainly of waitresses. They spoke mainly in Mandarin and could understand simple English. They were relatively quick in serving the dishes, but it took a while for payment to be made. The exterior of the restaurant is very visible, with two doors wide open and very welcoming. There is also privacy for the diners as well because you cannot see the interior. Yam Puff - SGD4.20
The yam puff looks pretty subdued, but do not be deceived! They are actually quite crispy and flaky. Their crusts reminded me of beehives, and the yam was as sweet as honey.Ha Kau - SGD3.60
The Ha Kau was still hot when it arrived. The sticky exterior did not stuck to the paper liner, and the prawns were really fresh and juicy. I like to dip it in ginger with soya sauce.Chicken Feet - SGD3.60
This is either a you like it or you hate it dish. The chicken feet was not so easy to eat, one must carefully spit out the bones. There was no foul smell and the chicken feet had been carefully marinated to perfection!
Deep Fried Carrot Puff - SGD4.20
The title is really misleading as I thought it would be a puff, though it was actually a carrot cake. The Carrot cake was sticky on the inside and crispy on the outside, and have been deep-fried evenly and thoroughly. It's quite a filling dish and I would recommend 3 or more people to share it.Shrimp Rice Roll - SGD5.50
The thin rice roll paste was deliciously wrapped in shrimps soaked together with sweet, light soya sauce. I was glad that the sauce was not too sweet, as some restaurants would put too much sugar! The rice roll didn't tear apart easily, and I would highly recommend this dish!
Boat Congee - SGD7.20
I would recommend this dish to be shared among two people. The name, "Boat Congee" goes a long way, as businessmen liked to have a pot of porridge in their boats when they were at sea. It includes dough fritters (you tiao) and some spring onions. I didn't like to eat it plain without any soya sauce as it tasted a little bland.
You can also get Chinese Tea for SGD2.00 each
that is refillable!
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