This place is really not that easy to find. Our GPS even led us into the cargo centre. They put signboards on the roads but it wasn't enough to direct us....nonetheless, we finally found it. As this is our first time dining in this restaurant, we didn't know what to order. So we went for the 2 pax set meal. This wasn't without trouble. The waiter serving us was from China....so either our mandarin sucked or his ears was problematic. We requested for the 2 pax set from the set menu. I then saw from the menu that it was only available for lunch. So I asked the guy if we can have the dinner menu as this was the lunch menu. He took the menu and never came back. We requested for the same thing from another waitress and she explained to us that only one of the sets is for lunch, the rest is available for dinner as well. She was better.
First on the list was the pork ribs. Not really a big fan of pork ribs and this dish didn't change that.
The salted egg yold prawns didn't taste as well as I expected. It is like one is more than enough that kind of taste. I went for a second piece only because I didn't want to waste too much food.
Nothing special about the crackers. I tried eating it with the chilli sauce but it just didn't bring out the taste. I prefer those I have purchased from mama shop.
Love the spinach. Not really a fish person so I wouldn't comment on that. I finish most of the spinach on the plate.
This is probably the only reason we are here. We heard so much about the black pepper crab. Unfortunately, I find it abit over rated. It was as nice as what I thought it would be. I took only one claw and didn't want to eat the rest. Maybe I have tasted other better ones and was expecting the same kind of standards.
This is perhaps the best dish on the table besides the spinach dish. They put crispy rice on top of the fried rice which gives a different feel to the whole experience. The flavor was good as well. It was yummy.
I think this was sago honeydew. It's completely tasteless.
To conclude, I think this restaurant is abit over-rated. I wouldn't go back again. The other interesting thing about this restaurant is that you can actually feed the fishes with milk bottles. As nothing in this world is free, especially in Singapore, you need to pay $4. It's worth a try if you want to know how it feels like to feed a fish with milk bottle.
Date of Visit: Jul 20, 2012 Other Ratings: