For detailed review: http://phuachiuyen.wordpress.com/2012/08/12/hua-long-fish-head-steamboat-%E5%8D%8E%E9%BE%99%E9%B1%BC%E5%A4%B4%E7%82%89-amk/
For our main, we tried the longevity noodles ($18) and we were pretty pleased! Good spread of ingredients. The taste was just right; it wasn’t salty at all. It felt homely too. 8/10
The salted egg chicken ($8). Contrary to our expectations, there wasn’t any strong salted egg taste. It was fragrant mainly due to the oats used in the dish. I think it should be named oats chicken instead. It wasn’t so crispy afterall so it felt slightly soggy. Not so good! 6/10
The “dong buo” pork meat ($12). Nice! Something like the typical chinese lor bak. The pork was very soft. The sauce was more towards the bland side; it was not too salty and suited our likings! 7/10
The honeydew prawn balls ($22). We found it a bit expensive. It was well presented though. The prawns were huge, crispy and hot. The salad sauce and grapes made the overall dish good. I dug out the honeydew to eat too! This was my favourite dish out of all the rest I had. ^^ 8.5/10
It’s worth the try if you’re living nearby and looking for a simple zi char meal. I think they didn’t use much MSG because I wasn’t thirsty at all after the meal and everything wasn’t overly salty. Anyway, nothing too grand here captured my picky tastes so I doubt I would purposely make another trip down. Heh.
Overall satisfaction: 7/10.