Walked past again and the bright white decor attracted me like how it did the first time, so this time I decided to try it as there was not many people inside.
They specialise in noodles, congee and glutinous rice.
Dried shrimp rice rolls:
The rice rolls were a tad too soft but with the dried shrimp and spring onions it tasted ok.
Noodles with pork trotters:
It was also difficult eating from this bowl because of the shape and size and the trotters could have been cut into smaller pieces.
In comparision to the dumplings it was much smaller.
The dumplings tasted quite nice and the prawn filling inside was quite fresh.
Fried dace balls:
As usual these have grounded bones in it but it tasted better deep fried as well because it was not so fishy and it came with clam sauce too.
The clam sauce tasted like clams in fermented beancurd (fu yue).
The taste of barley could have been stronger but the ginger was nice and warmed you up.
Overall, the food here just tasted how it should but I thought it was quite expensive.
I also tried their oyster sauce which was not the Lee Kum Kee Brand but it was quite nice dipping it with the snack platter items and the rice rolls.
On the table there were various of other sauces too.