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2013-10-28 70 views
Instead of their signature hor funs with various choices of the toppings, we decide to go for their plain hor funs and add on shared dishes.for a table of 9, we had servings of hor fun all around ($2.80). Slippery and smooth, it was a good hor fun but a relatively small serving. A sea cucumber and mushrooms claypot that had very thick and savoury sauce but was a small serving. A side of kailan that was good but too salty.A whole tender chicken that was really done very well. The skin was smooth
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Instead of their signature hor funs with various choices of the toppings, we decide to go for their plain hor funs and add on shared dishes.
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for a table of 9, we had servings of hor fun all around ($2.80). Slippery and smooth, it was a good hor fun but a relatively small serving.

A sea cucumber and mushrooms claypot that had very thick and savoury sauce but was a small serving. A side of kailan that was good but too salty.

A whole tender chicken that was really done very well. The skin was smooth and it wasn't fatty. a pretty good sized chicken for $22. A bowl of dumplings $12 for 12. although a substantial size, it would have done well with more flavouring in the meat rather than the MSG laden soup.
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2013-07-03 24 views
Well, this was eaten sometime back but happen to browse through the picture and clearing some recipes while I have the time and realize I almost missed blogging about good food due to busy schedule.... Well, as I leaving the job to take a break till my officially convocation....Tis was 1 of the lunch I had with AD before I left. Well, was thinking what other food can I find in Chinatown after eating there for nearly three months in the same area. I was brought to this restaurant and realized I
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Well, this was eaten sometime back but happen to browse through the picture and clearing some recipes while I have the time and realize I almost missed blogging about good food due to busy schedule
.... Well, as I leaving the job to take a break till my officially convocation....Tis was 1 of the lunch I had with AD before I left. Well, was thinking what other food can I find in Chinatown after eating there for nearly three months in the same area. I was brought to this restaurant and realized I got to Tate some good food again....I had the prawn hor fun which the prawn was nicely presented and yes love the presentation and of course the food. Smooth noodle , nice soup base and especially the fresh prawn but swish to have more prawn. We also had the fried wanton which we'll abit no meat but crispy. Enough for 2 person share. The environment is nice with air conditions especially after a hot weather on the street outside. The service is well ok as the person do not serve us any tea I remember and did not answer our enquiry when asked but was asked to look the venue which I think this can be improved to improve their raing. The overall restaurant cleanliness is good as the tAble is clear and tidy. Price is normal for restaurant in this area.
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2013-05-13
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$9 (Lunch)
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  • Prawn hor fun