I had no expectations for this place and did not know what to expect because I did not check any reviews before coming here.
Anyway ordered quite a lot of stuff because there were many people but I am only bothering to write a few because the rest were just typical Chinese food such as chicken and steamed fish.
The fish was nice but the oil ruined the natrual taste of the fish.
The vegetables had a choice of sauce so I chose prawn paste and the waitress said nobody has Chinese lettuce (yau muck choi) with prawn paste!
But if you have been to TAI O, they actually have a dish which is Chinese lettuce in Prawn paste sauce.
I also thought it was a bit stupid because if there is a choice for the sauce then you should be able to choose it.
I have always wanted to try this dish but the places I went did not offer it.
The oysters tasted really nice and how I expected them to taste.
They were big and plump and did not shrivel up in the cooking.
Although these are not freshly shucked oysters they still had a fresh taste.
The spring onions and ginger were deep fried giving the oyster plenty of flavour, and the oysters were coated in corn flour and fried so the edges of the oyster was and nice and crispy due to the flour yet the inside was still soft.
The corn flour coating was really good because the thick sauce from the spring onion and ginger stuck to it giving the oyster a really good flavour.
The lobster actually had meat, which was good unlike other restaurants that cut it irregularly that there is no meat.
The dish was best eaten hot because after a while the cheese got sticky and tasted heavy.
Overall I quite liked it because the cheese sauce was generous and not too much milk was used it in.
The tea was mega strong, as you can see the teapot was filled nearly to the top with tea leaves.
THAILAND spelt THALAND!