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Lai Wah.The restaurant that prides itself on serving the first yusheng in 1964.One of the four heavenly kings.We were here for ah kong's birthday celebrations.Where better to bring the family than to an old school style Cantonese restaurant.Okay ignore the fact that none of us are Cantonese in roots.But hey, you gotta admit.This dish was impressive to say in the least.Red garoupa done two ways. At $50, this was a scary investment if it turned out a disaster.But nope. It was good. I much preferre
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Lai Wah.

The restaurant that prides itself on serving the first yusheng in 1964.

One of the four heavenly kings.

We were here for ah kong's birthday celebrations.

Where better to bring the family than to an old school style Cantonese restaurant.

Okay ignore the fact that none of us are Cantonese in roots.

But hey, you gotta admit.

This dish was impressive to say in the least.
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Red garoupa done two ways.

At $50, this was a scary investment if it turned out a disaster.

But nope. It was good.

I much preferred the steamed rolls than the fried fish though.

The ambience within is a blast from the past even after renovation works.

Nestled below the HDB blocks, this was inviting enough for a daily affair.
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)
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