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Decided to give it a tried with colleagues. The dish they're most famous for is the Samsui Chicken. Of course we ordered that, and that definitely was the best dish at my table. I like the fact that the meat was soft and tender and the dish was not oily. Not even the skin. The skin has this smooth texture and feels very nice in your mouth because the dish isn't oily. The dish comes with this ginger sauce made by the restaurant which enhances the taste of the wonderful chicken. Another good dish
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Decided to give it a tried with colleagues. The dish they're most famous for is the Samsui Chicken. Of course we ordered that, and that definitely was the best dish at my table. I like the fact that the meat was soft and tender and the dish was not oily. Not even the skin. The skin has this smooth texture and feels very nice in your mouth because the dish isn't oily. The dish comes with this ginger sauce made by the restaurant which enhances the taste of the wonderful chicken. Another good dish would be the Hometown Tofu. The Tofu is slightly fried and so the skin on the outside is slightly crispy but when you put it in your mouth, the white soft Tofu literally melts in your mouth. I really like that. Plus the Tofu is complemented by this soyasauce-like gravy which is very tasty. It's somewhat like eating Agedashi Tofu. On the whole, I enjoyed my meal but there is one dish that I feel is not very worth the money and that is the Dong Po Rou. It was just 4 pathetic rolls of meat with 4 small fried buns, and it tasted very ordinary. like our home-cooked black soyasource port, only too sweet. Overall, the food was average.
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