Princess J •
25 May 2014
I didn't opt for buffet this time round as I didn't want to gorge senseless (again). Going ala carte, i ordered:
1) Fried Rice - this was for my daughter who doesn't know how to appreciate the other dishes. Truth be told, the rice was fried fragrantly and the chicken wing was beautifully seasoned & fried.
2) Penang Prawn Mee - I had mine with thick bee hoon. I love the fresh prawns and the thick flavourful soup! Add chilli flakes for kicks and vola! Magic in a bowl!
3) Char Kuay Tiao - this is the bomb! I honestly feel their char kuay tiao can rival many hawker ones out there. Of course theirs is more expensive but they do serve theirs with generous and fresh ingredients.
If I am younger, I would have conquered their buffet in style but now, I think ala carte is more my ability. Will return again.