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Impressive décor upon stepped into the pugilistic-themed eatery, my feeling was like travelling back to ancient times. The name was restaurant was very cool, “Feng Bo Zhuang” literally as “Mansion of Winds and Waves”. Newspaper cuttings and positive blogger comments were visible at the wall, wooden furniture mainly used here. Besides being fun, the service was prompt and friendly. The highly recommended dish, it was famous authentic taste from Sichuan. Soup was spicy pipping hot, fish was freshl
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Impressive décor upon stepped into the pugilistic-themed eatery, my feeling was like travelling back to ancient times. The name was restaurant was very cool, “Feng Bo Zhuang” literally as “Mansion of Winds and Waves”. Newspaper cuttings and positive blogger comments were visible at the wall, wooden furniture mainly used here. Besides being fun, the service was prompt and friendly.
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The highly recommended dish, it was famous authentic taste from Sichuan. Soup was spicy pipping hot, fish was freshly firm and tender in its texture. Rich and heavy well-blended, the flesh was appealing to the maximum. Portion was huge and sufficient to accompany the plain rice, reasonably at $18.00 per pot. Definitely unforgettable spicy kick, we never regret to order this.
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Consist of assorted Veggies, the plate included Black Fungus, Tau Pok, Lattern Chillis and Asparagus. The basic taste was a bit tangy and a bit spicy, overall was decent and traditional like usual. I like the fungus crispy texture personally, the flavour was lighter if compared to previous dish. Saltiness was acceptable, veggies in plate was a perfect match. Price wise, it was $12.00 which cheaper than Fish. A special dining experience for me, I will definitely suggest the place to my friends around.
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Date of Visit
2014-03-02
Spending Per Head
$18 (Dinner)
Recommended Dishes
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