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2012-07-10 5 views
Though the restaurant doesn't really advertise that the cuisine is Taiwanese so much, it's rather authentic. We decided that it'd be more value to order from the menu.This dish was a slight disappointment as it didn't have the flavor that I was looking for.The fried chicken pieces were hot when they came out and had fried basil leaves too. However, the pepper/salt combination that usually accompanies it wasn't so apparent.The highlight of the meal really was the Stewed Pork over Rice and the Bee
The highlight of the meal really was the Stewed Pork over Rice and the Beef Noodles.
The Stewed Pork over rice had pretty much the texture and taste that you'd normally eat at the local food stalls in Taiwan--of course, at a more hefty price. The Beef Noodles' soup was pretty much on the dot as well, however, the noodle could have been more al dente and more similar to the traditional beef noodles. It is, however, rather difficult to get the correct taste for the beef soup so I think it's a good job already. Beef pieces could have been a bit more tender and chewy though as they were rather hard and not as juicy. Friend ordered the jasmine milk tea and I had the guava float which was pretty good. Could have opted for no Konnyaku jelly though as it reminded me of the tadpoles that Singapore desserts sometime have.