From the outside, it looks like a small snack shop selling fish shaomai and chiuchow dumplings but when you go in, there are a few tables.
On there walls, there are so many dishes that they do.
Salmon fried rice:
The fried rice was well done because some of the rice were crispy.
I think the secret to this is the fish skin because it is sticky and chewy which gives the rice more depth.
Panfried salmon with spring onions and ginger puree on rice:
The steak was thinner than normal because they probably sliced some of the salmon off to cook other stuff, but they give you three slices to compensate that.
Pork dumplings in tomato and fish soup:
When I asked them if it was salmon broth, she was very secretive and did not want to admit they used Salmon because she said its too expensive to use Salmon, but I got the impressive she thought I was stealing her recipe!
I felt the salmon taste was stronger than the tomato.
Set with scrambled egg and salmon, macaroni and toast:
Hainan style chicken with rice:
The chicken and rice were just average.
Anyway, this was plain pork chop, ham and egg with curry sauce and rice and it was simple but nice.