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for photos and more reviews, visit http://littlemomentsofmylife.wordpress.com/ the braised pork belly served in whole pumpkin ($26 small) was something that left a great impression! it was definitely the most interesting dish we had that day, and one of the hot favourites! the pork was braised for hours to achieve a melt-in-the-mouth texture, and eaten with the pumpkin (just scrape the meat off from the skin!), it was absolutely wonderful! the contrasts in tastes went perfectly together to cre
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the braised pork belly served in whole pumpkin ($26 small) was something that left a great impression!
it was definitely the most interesting dish we had that day, and one of the hot favourites! the pork was braised for hours to achieve a melt-in-the-mouth texture, and eaten with the pumpkin (just scrape the meat off from the skin!), it was absolutely wonderful!
the contrasts in tastes went perfectly together to create a harmonious, balanced dish.

their dish of braised kai lan with preserved vegetables ($24 medium) seems to be a trendy dish with more chinese restaurants introducing it on their menu. this novelty doesn't really appeal much to me though. well, i guess it's not bad, but i dont really take to this combination.

on to desserts! i really enjoyed the homemade beancurd with wolfberry ($4). the beancurd was smooth and silky, and the wolfberries added a mild crunch, with a slight tinge of additional sweetness to the dessert.

we also ordered our favourite wo beng!
hmm this time it didn't really appeal to me though. there was something about the taste of the red bean paste that was slightly strange but i can't put my finger to it.
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