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2015-10-21 101 views
The place used to called Bottle Tree because of the bottle shaped trees growing in the place. After been bought over by a China company, it renamed Orto Park with a number of new restaurants in it. One of the restaurants is Long Jiang Chinos which offers seafood cuisine in Chinese style. There is both aircon and non aircon dine in area. The aircon area requires a minimum spending of $600, which I do not think the family will spend so much for a simple dinner together. So we end up in the non air
The soup is rich and full of flavours with lots of seafood such as fish slices and prawns in it. Deep Fried Prawn, Salted Egg Yolk, Milk Crust ($20)
I order this as I like anything salted egg yolk. However I could not taste any salted egg yolk in this dish. It looks like cereal prawns and kinda of reminding of a certain restaurant's Butter Pork Ribs. The juicy prawns are coated in a layer of white powder. Interesting. Steamed Sea Bass, Spring Onion Soy Sauce ($4.20/ 100grams)
The fish is not very big at 800grams. Looks not bad but has lots of bones in it. "Teochew" Style Braised Pork Belly, Crispy Shredded Yam ($16)
Although the meat looks quite fatty but it has a melt in the mouth texture. Interesting having it with the crispy yam which adds texture to the otherwise soft dish. Wok Fried Fine Bean, Crispy Shredded Yam, "Guangzhou" style ($14)
I have never eaten fried bean served in such a fancy way. Tastes crunchy and cripsy. Homemade Dancing Tofu ($14)
It looks plain deep fried bean curd topped with white fungus and other vegetables. The bean curd is stuffed with a savoury minced meat mixture. The bean curd is quite smooth too. Avocado Purée, Gula Melaka Ice Cream ($8)
It is rich and not too sweet for a dessert. I feel that the gula melaka ice cream is a bit too light and overwhelmed by the avocado's taste. Almond Chocolate Glutinous Rice Ball, Adzuki Bean "Feng Ge" Soup ($5)
It looks normal except that the rice ball is stuffed with chocolate which I do not quite take to it. Durian Pengat filled Bamboo Charcoal Cup ($9)
It is actually durian puree served in crispy pastry cups. Interesting concept, but cannot taste the charcoal taste in the cup. Poached Baby Pear, Aloe Vera Osmanthus Jello ($6)
The jelly is refreshing and light to end a meal with.
Overall the food is not bad. Service is quite good too, with the staff giving us good recommendation. At first we plan to order other desserts after the meal, but after being after certain desserts take at least 15 minutes to be made. So we end up ordering the above. The place is not crowded although we are dining during weekend. Remember to keep the receipt from the restaurant to redeem for free parking if you drive to the restaurant.