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Review (9)
Level4 2014-03-30
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My last visit apparently was not ideal as I had a bad encounter with their fried Shanghai Rice Flour Cake. I was somehow being convinced by my dinner kaki to try them again and I was told that I had chosen a wrong dish the other time.I played safer this time round by ordering something most of the diners had. I had a bowl of braised beef La mian, believed to be served in the shanghai style with black soy broth added with their freshly handed pulled La Mian. Vegetables were added but it was not that pleasing as what we were given was somewhere near to the vegetables' butt.The soup was diluted but tasty, filled with the Shanghainese braised aroma. However, I'm still used to our local braised herb and spices fragrance in the soup. Beef was thinly sliced and infused with their kind of braised aroma. It was hard in texture unlike what we had in a normal hawker braised beef noodles soup.Often, we will link La Mian with Xiao Long Bao. Following the normal style, we had a tray of steamed dumplings. It was not stated if these lovely Baos had undergone 18 folds on the skin, their texture was doing average, not too thick and I will say not too thick. The fillings were encased in these translucent skin but did not wrap up too well in my opinion as the pleat was not beautifully done.Taste on the other hand was on the average too. It did not have distinctive taste nor will it fill you with the wow and satisfying ooze of the "Soup" in it.Overall, if you have more to spend, I'm sure there will be more satisfaction archived from the Chinese Restaurants in the Mall. continue reading
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For $5, this item is the most pricy item on the menu that is offered at this stall.What drew me to the stall was the man who was pulling and making the noodles from scratch.However, the disarray that the counter was in and how he had to go behind to make the soup did not make me feel that a lot of love and care was put into my bowl of noodles. The bowl was served hot as the soup, I believe was heated up behind after inserting the beef strips (which didn't taste particularly fresh). The soup was very tasty, but halfway through the noodles, the sodium got to me and I couldn't have anymore. continue reading
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Level4 2012-07-31
25 views
I ordered a plate of the shanghai dumplings to share with my partner. There was quite a fair bit of meat as filling nicely wrapped in a slightly thick skin. It was then steamed it and served with shredded ginger in vinegar. The overall taste was an acceptable one. It is best eaten by dipping it into the vinegar and had it with the shredded ginger. It can be a good alternative if get tired of the usual noodle or rice. It was a satisfying meal. continue reading
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Level4 2011-12-08
23 views
I ordered this bowl of beef noodles from Shanghai Delights. This is my first time ordering from this stall, and I had wanted to order the spicy noodles but it was out of stock. Nevertheless, I thought the noodles was very nicely "pulled" and cooked just right. However, I was disappointed with the beef. The stall owner had given me most of the tendons portion, making it very hard to chew and swallow. Moreover, the beef wasnt tender. I would probably steer clear of the beef noodles and order other noodle dishes next time. continue reading
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Level3 2011-11-19
16 views
I’m extremely particular when it comes to eating “xiao long bao”. Mainly because I simply enjoy the taste of the delicacy. I thought “shanghai delights” would serve delicious xiaolong bao but apparently I was wrong. The skin is so dry and sticky, it is hard to suck the soup out. Moreover, the amount of soup in it was pathetic, meat was tasteless. THUMBS DOWN! continue reading
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