Read full review
2017-03-28 440 views
The restaurant was located at the second floor of the shophouse. Although it was weekday, it was packed with lots of tourists. Menu was a single 2 sided tick list. I was showed to a table by the window. Although there was power under the table, it was not working. So don't plan to charge your hp while eating.Pumpkin Yam Golden Cake 金瓜竽丝糕 (S$4.20++/ 3pcs)The texture was not bad with its crispy top, but it was a tab jelat if having more than a piece and quite oily towards the end. Taste was one di
The texture was not bad with its crispy top, but it was a tab jelat if having more than a piece and quite oily towards the end. Taste was one dimension. Squid Ink Dumpling 顺鼓墨鱼饺 (S$4.80++/ 3pcs)
The folds wasn't perfect. One piece wasn't even folded in. Yum Cha Prawn Dumpling 饮茶虾饺皇 (S$5.20++/ 3pcs)
There's holes in the dumplings. I was surprised to find this kind of standard in their signature dumplings. Home-made Almond Tea 杏仁茶 (S$4.20++)
The texture wasn't rich and creamy. It looked kind of like the instant type - sweet and lumpy.
Service was spotty. I was told to go to the cashier when I asked for the bill. I could spot customers with their bills served to them at their tables. Also spotted that the next table of Japanese customers had a piece of plastic in his glass of beer. The staff who cleared the glass blamed on the plastic covering the ice cubes, but did not apologize. One could see clearly that the group of customers was clearly upset. Although the customer was later told by another staff that the glass of beer would be waived from the bill, the damage had already been done.