Picture speaks a thousand words.
You just had to see this for yourself.
One of my favourite chinese restaurants in town.
|The Grand Entrance.
Welcome to the Year of the Dragon!
( My zodiac sign! Hooray!)
|Upon entering the restaurant, you can see the chef at work through the glass window.
|Working hard to serve you the wonderful delicacies.
|Ahh… this cold dish is simply perrrrfect for the hot weather right now. Cold, tender white chicken immerse in rice wine sauce.
|Century egg with a modern twist.
|Chicken herbal tonic soup.
It’s time to boost the energy level of the brain cells.
Toing-Toing. Nice and chewy.
|Ahh hah! The legendary multi-colored xiao long bao with 8 different distinct flavours!
My favourite one is the cheese xiao long bao!
This is one of main reasons why we came to frequent this restaurant.
|Cripsy pastries stuff with white carrot.
Another fantastic dim sum.
Not that spectacular.
|This dish caught me by surprise.
The tofu was actually served cold and marinated in soya sauce.
Or maybe its oyster sauce? Hoisin sauce? With some sesame oil?
|Zha Jiang Mian!
The noodles are hand-made so it tastes rather unique, unlike the other noodles you usually eat in the hawker centres.
|The broth is so thick and heavenly.
They must have boiled the soup for hours.
|Ending off the great meal with some desserts.
Here’s mango pudding.
|I can’t remember what’s the filing of this puff balls but it isn’t that memorable.
I would definitely be back for the dim sum, xiao long bao, noodles and main dishes that were pretty awesome and tasty! But I would skip the desserts.