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2016-01-11 17 views
Set in near a corner along North Canal Road is the 1st Macau-style Hotpot/Steamboat resturant in Singapore.Fu Lin Men (FLM) is a 3 storey shophouse with comfortable modern setting.FLM only uses fresh and live seafood ingredients to prepare our food. The interior is bright clean and spacious. Besides the undermentioned seatings, there are also a few VIP function rooms for special occasions. The big lanterns gave a elegant touch to the overall dining experience.There is also a option where diners
FLM only uses fresh and live seafood ingredients to prepare our food. The interior is bright clean and spacious. Besides the undermentioned seatings, there are also a few VIP function rooms for special occasions. The big lanterns gave a elegant touch
to the overall dining experience. There is also a option where diners can purchase a VIP card where they can enjoy an extra 20% stored value with just a minimum top-up of only $500. There are 4 different soup base for you to choose from. The menu is in the form of iPad, so you can easily place your order on the iPad. They have an extensive menu of appetizers, handmade creations, seafood, meats and vegetables to select from. Similar to other hotpot
joints, what you can never miss out is their concoction of sauces. They have some cold appetizers, instant noodles, cup desserts and fruits to accompany your meal too.
The 1st dish i had was the Signature Golden Imperial Pot which was slow boiled over 12 hours with big bones, dried hams and herbs. The broth was thick, nourishing and taste real
good. The undermentioned dish is Bountiful Blessings of Three Treasures. These are special and hard-to-find fungus/mushrooms. Costing just $28, its defintitely hard to resist not to have it! Next is the Freshly Cultured Sea Prawns with Marbled Beef. Its so naturally sweet and tender. Yum!
Another dish that i have to recommend is the "dou lin bao with crab roe filling". Its made using fresh crab roe. Once you chew into it, the crab roe will burst out and fill your mouth with words-can’t-fully-describe umami-ness! Topping up with dessert is bird nest. This is the typical clear syrup brid nest that you find in Singapore. Its glutinous-like texture and slight coconut flavour is a must have for dessert lovers. Another desert worth noting is the House of Gold Pineapple Glutinous Rice. The pineapple and glutinous rice are blended in perfect proportion that can satisfy any sweet tooth. Last, but not the least is the excellent and friendly staff. They are pretty prompt to help us and explaining the different dishes with a big smile.