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My family and I visited this place for lunch one day. There was no queue but there was a constant lunch crowd.Boiled peanuts came as the appetizer. I prefer these boiled ones to the crunchy ones before my food so this was good. First was the Claypot Sliced Fish Hor Fun. This dish did not just come with sliced fish, it also came with some prawns, squid and a runny egg. The hor fun was mixed well and did not stick to each other. Nice dish. Next was the Mushroom Chicken Claypot Rice. In my opinion,
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My family and I visited this place for lunch one day. There was no queue but there was a constant lunch crowd.
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Boiled peanuts came as the appetizer. I prefer these boiled ones to the crunchy ones before my food so this was good.
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First was the Claypot Sliced Fish Hor Fun. This dish did not just come with sliced fish, it also came with some prawns, squid and a runny egg. The hor fun was mixed well and did not stick to each other. Nice dish.
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Next was the Mushroom Chicken Claypot Rice. In my opinion, this dish was not as good as the hor fun. It was actually a tad too salty for my liking. The chicken pieces had bones and the meat was only a bit. The restaurant was also rather stingy with the mushroom portion.
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We also ordered a dish called 4 Types of Vegetables as our side dish. Doused in sambal, it includes brinjal, long beans, kailan and lady's fingers. Some pieces of deep fried fish skin was also added. It was a coincidence as my favourite vegetable is the lady's fingers and my sister's favourite is brinjal. A nice touch to a claypot lunch.
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