|Their restaurant logo design which reveals simplicity and elegance in dishing out the best Chinese food fare.|
|An inviting table decorated with all white china utensils.|
Besides the food and ambience, the waitresses were polite and humble. Even though they are so occupied about delivering the orders and attending to their customers, they would apologise to you sincerely if you have been ignored when you asked for their service.
|With courtesy of Vanessa’s Nikon DSLR camera.|
|Egg Tarts. Flaky crust with cold egg custard. Maybe it’s best for them to serve it warm.|
A good egg tart has light golden crisp brown crust that gives off a little hint of the butter on the tastebuds and a thick,luxurious creamy egg custard feeling that will leave you craving for me. But the egg tarts served here were in tiny bite-sizes that leaves you asking for the next dish instead.Were the chefs stingy with the eggs? You may want to skip the egg tarts.
Things started to get a little more exciting when the most raved-about dim sum was laid on our table. These gigantic-lookalike marshallow balls is a killer dish in the menu.This is the dish which probably gives you every reason why you should frequent this restaurant again. And again.
Remember this. Royal China. Salted Egg Custard with Mango Buns.
Next came along a bowl of Chicken mushroom porridge, Zhu Chang Fen ( Rice Noodle Roll ) and other dishes that were nothing of too stunning as compared to the custard buns.
Average price per person is $20.