2014-02-22 99 瀏覽
As today is the 7th day of the Chinese new year, it is considered 人日 (Ren Le). It is the common man’s birthday, the day when everyone grows one year older. In Singapore, this festive is celebrated through tossing of yu sheng. Our family also want to celebrate through tossing of yu sheng so we decide to have yu sheng and dinner at this restaurant.The restaurant is quite crowded with most people having yu sheng as part of their meal.Prosperity Salmon Yu Sheng Platter ($39.80++/ small).The yu sheng
The yu sheng is served in a rather huge red plate. We are also served longer than usual wooden chopsticks to be used for tossing the raw fish salad. The staff also properly recite the sayings that accompany the adding of each ingredient. The family has great fun tossing the dish. The dish tastes quite tangy with hint of thai chilli sauce. This is followed with the Canton BBQ Trio Combination ($26.00++) which is quite delicious and served with mustard sauce and plum sauce. The meat is well cooked, especially for the roasted duck which has crispy thin skin. While enjoying the food, we also have Watercress Honey Drink ($2.60) and Fresh Honey Lemon ($3.20) which both taste quite light and refreshing. Wok-fried Vermicelli with Assorted Seafood ($16.80++)
The noodles is well cooked with the wok feel. Simple and delicious. Braised Ee-Fu Noodle with Wild Mushrooms ($15.80++)
As one of us is a vegetarian, we have requested to remove the shrimp roe from the dish. The noodles is well braised and flavourful. Stir-fried Bean Curd with with Mushroom ($16.80++)
The bean curd has a crispy texture despite been soaked in the sauce. Interesting. Stir-fried Black Fungus, Celery and Lotus Root ($15.80++)
The simple stir fried vegetables tastes crispy and light.
Overall the food is delicious, but we waited quite long for the food to be served. I could see a number of people complaining about the long waiting time. I think I have waited at least 30 minutes for the next dish after finishing the raw fish salad.