i think it's the best dim sum place in town for now. hehe
price wise is still okay..
spend about 66 SGD for 9 orders.
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I last came to this restaurant quite some time ago, and I had a business lunch here recently.
The restaurant has new additions to their menu.
Here are the items that we had:
- XO Carrot Cake: $9.80. Pan fried carrot cake, bean sprouts with XO sauce. It’s a little spicy, so definitely not for those who can’t take chilli. A good dim sum to order.
- Szechuan Pan-seared Foie-Gras: $18 per portion. The foie gras is pan-seared and drizzled with a homemade Szechuan sauce. This gave the dish a mildly spicy kick. Unique Asian perspective.
- Shark Cartilage Soup with Assorted Seafood in Young Coconut: $24. This soup has been slow-cooked for 6 hours and was rich. It had a variety of seafood – prawn, fish and scallop in it, which were fresh. This was a highlight for the meal.
- Soon Hock Fish: This was filleted, deep fried and topped with thin-sliced pork cooked in house-style sauce that is flavoured with dry orange peel.
- Pan-seared Kurobuta Pork with ‘Dang Gui’ sauce: $22 per portion. The dish tastes good. The Dang Gui herb gave a nice flavour to the pork and the herbal flavour is not overwhelming. Recommended!
- Green Dragon Vegetables: ‘Qing Long Cai’. Its stir-fried with garlic and garnished with deep fried scallops. It was crunchy and reminds me a lot of ‘tow-gay’/ bean sprouts. A unique vegetable to order and it has a refreshing taste.
- Poached Rice with Assorted Seafood in Lobster Broth: $32. This is like a lobster bisque without the cream. It had rice in it, so its like eating Teochew porridge. There were diced prawns and scallops in it, making it a dish to remember for a long time.
- Trio of Desserts:
-- Pumpkin Pastry. This was coated with sesame and deep fried. Its nice.
-- Black glutinous rice with Coconut ice cream: Served in a glass bowl and you eat with a small spoon. Every mouthful a delight!
-- Chilled Mango Sago: Cold and refreshing dessert to cleanse the palate and end the meal.
I like that the desserts are small, allowing me to savour a wider range of desserts, with each having different textures and flavours, allowing for variety.
The food quality is good and dishes are unique.
A great meal and I recommend this restaurant for those looking for a good Cantonese cuisine.