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For more information, please visit http://www.foodesteem.com/2015/11/dragon-bowl-cantonese-restaurant.htmlAperia Mall was never in my own map of Singapore, till I chanced upon a Chinese restaurant that is situated right here.I often passed by the area and seeing Tim Ho Wan, a Chinese Dim Sum Restaurant, but neither have pay a visit to this branch nor have I checked out what is the exact location called. In my mind, it’s just the dim sum restaurant at Kallang.Anyway I was there to try out the Chi
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Aperia Mall was never in my own map of Singapore, till I chanced upon a Chinese restaurant that is situated right here.
I often passed by the area and seeing Tim Ho Wan, a Chinese Dim Sum Restaurant, but neither have pay a visit to this branch nor have I checked out what is the exact location called. In my mind, it’s just the dim sum restaurant at Kallang.
Anyway I was there to try out the Chinese Restaurant, known as Dragon Bowl (龍碗). It doesn't seem like a typical Chinese restaurant, as it infuses a bit of modern interior designs and furnishings.
Total of 13 types of food selections, excluding recommendations, beverages and set menus, it has basically what you see in most Chinese restaurants. Waiting time is not too long, roughly 10-15 minutes and the food will gradually line up on your table.
Trio Combination ($18.00). Under the Roast Meat Delight section, this combination consists of char siew, roast chicken, and jellyfish. Both meat is tender and aren’t any complains to pinpoint, although I would prefer the jellyfish to be replaced with roast duck or other roast meat.
Stewed Spinach with Trio Egg Soup ($10.80), under Vegetable Delight. Trio eggs consist of chicken egg, salted egg, and century egg. The mixture of all 3 eggs and with spinach, poured with flavourful stock is a perfect combination to go with the rice.
Stir-Fried Spare Rib with Sichuan Spicy Sauce & Minced Garlic ($14.80), under the Pork section. Each pieces are meaty and meat aren’t too dry. I would expect this dish to be spicy, but it turned out to be ok only. The generosity of the minced garlic sprinkled on the spare ribs and fried with the dried chilli leaves a significant taste of chilli oil with each bite of the rib.
Braised Beancurd ($10.80), under Beancurd Delight. A simple combo of flat beans, squarish beancurd, and pork belly soaked in thick braised gravy. This is always my another perfect dish to go with a bowl of plain rice. But the version of Dragon Bowl comes a little inferior in comparison of my expectation. What comes disappointing to me is the exceptionally poor in flavourful gravy.
Fried Rice with Shrimp & Diced Vegetable ($10.80), under Staple Food. While Dragon Bowl supply big fatty shrimps for their fried rice, the rice is too dry and bland to be even considered an average pass.
Sea Bass steamed in HK style ($33.00), under the Live Seafood. Fish came as a humble whole, and crew will assist to slice it apart for ease of consuming. Fish meat is firm yet soft, and is not an undernutrition fish either.
Mango Sago with Pomelo ($5.00).
Mango Pudding ($5.00).
Herbal Jelly ($5.00).
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