They did Chinese dishes, noodles, and even their fries were delicious.
Some of the items they used for the dishes were quite interesting such as dried fishes and thousand layer tofu (chin chaang tofu).
However the food does not taste as good as it used to be so I am just compiling a collection of the good dishes that I had.
Hopefully one day it will taste as good as it used to be.
Each and every one was uniformly fried and there were no bruises or burnt bits.
They were golden yellow and fried just right.
They tasted really similar to the fries McDonalds use but the frying oil was different.
Glutinous rice wrapped in lotus leaf:
I liked the way they wrapped it with an extra piece of wax paper as it keeps the lotus leaf fragrance and makes the glutinous rice more fragrant.
Sweet and sour thousand layer tofu:
The texture of this tofu is quite meaty.
Apart from sweet and sour style they also do fried Salt and Pepper style thousand layer tofu.
Stir fried chives and deep fried little fishes:
The strong taste of chives and the little fishes tasted good together.
However it did not taste as nice as the first time because the fishes were over done this time.
Salt and pepper fish tofu:
I liked it because the tofu and fish tasted fresh and delicate.
Iceburg lettuce and inmitation abalone slices in abalone sauce:
Braised pork trotters in Red beancurd:
The peanuts were lovely and soft too.
Beancurd sheets with preserved egg and salted egg:
The beancurd sheets and loofah got its flavour from the salted egg, whilst the loofah enhanced the sweetness in the dish.
Cauliflower and broccoli with cheese:
The cheese taste had been localised so it was quite pleasant and not that cheesey.