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Authentic Northern China food served here, Lao Beijing was actually part of Tung Lok group while their layout catered more towards big group of customers. Extensive decent homely cuisines in their Menu, dishes were definitely suitable for elderly even children. Buffet was now available, but required minimum two headcount. Since there were too many regulations to follow if buffet taken, we rather ordered ala carte finally.Well, this was the first dish. Sweet and spicy without overpowering, gravy
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Authentic Northern China food served here, Lao Beijing was actually part of Tung Lok group while their layout catered more towards big group of customers. Extensive decent homely cuisines in their Menu, dishes were definitely suitable for elderly even children. Buffet was now available, but required minimum two headcount. Since there were too many regulations to follow if buffet taken, we rather ordered ala carte finally.
Prawn with Chilli Sauce
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Well, this was the first dish. Sweet and spicy without overpowering, gravy was starchy for my liking. Prawns were fresh, firmly tender meat after peeling off its shell. Flavourful soaked in, prawn was finger licking good. Lettuce as dressing, it was hidden at the bottom unfortunately.
Fried Rice
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Quite a safer option, at least it won our heart. Spoonful rice was fluffy and well-fried, lightly tangy with lots of crispy dried tiny shrimps on top. Maybe I would not say it was fantastic, yet rice was really delicious. Generous portion, the plate was filling and satisfying.
Fish-flavoured Eggplant
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Fragrance was okay, but the texture was too mushy. Too bad, I prefer chunkier slices. However, it was absolutely a comforting dish for my grandma. Soft and not too salty, the size was just nice to bite. Cucumber was refreshing too, little spicy enhance appetite.
Special Pork Ribs
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Pork lover will be fancy about this, ribs was wrapped by thick meat. One of the signature cuisines here, Recipe was a secret. Strong aromatic savoury, it was perfect to eat along with rice. Texture was good without overcooked, not too hard and easy to bite. Lao Beijing was a good choice for family dining always, promise.
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Date of Visit
2014-03-15
Waiting Time
5 Minutes (Dine In)
Spending Per Head
$20 (Dinner)
Recommended Dishes
Prawn with Chilli Sauce
Fried Rice
Fish-flavoured Eggplant
Special Pork Ribs