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We came from Hong Kong so guess we have an absolute qualification to judge whether BBQ Siu Mei is good or not.  We like BBQ pork and I always order fat cha siu and I can't stand cha siu with no fat.  So today we ordered a mix of "Toro" cha siu and the crispy pork.Even though I like fat pork, I don't mind cholesterol, I like pork lard, I am a bit put off by this Toro.  The skin is good, just balance with lots of honey and not over-roasted with dark charcoal (hey the dark burnt one is carcinogenic
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We came from Hong Kong so guess we have an absolute qualification to judge whether BBQ Siu Mei is good or not.  We like BBQ pork and I always order fat cha siu and I can't stand cha siu with no fat.  So today we ordered a mix of "Toro" cha siu and the crispy pork.
Even though I like fat pork, I don't mind cholesterol, I like pork lard, I am a bit put off by this Toro.  The skin is good, just balance with lots of honey and not over-roasted with dark charcoal (hey the dark burnt one is carcinogenic by the way), the fatal part is - the whole 'pork' is 100% fatty tissue.  
Overall, the price is a bit expensive.  
Michelin star, mmmmmmm?
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)
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Date of Visit
2019-06-05
Dining Method
Dine In
Spending Per Head
$30 (Dinner)