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Telephone
03-2264 2592
03-2264 2696
Opening Hours
Today
11:00-14:30
18:30-22:30
Mon-Fri
12:00-14:30
18:30-22:30
Sat-Sun
11:00-14:30
18:30-22:30
Signature Dishes
Black Bean Duck Breast Black Pepper Beef Butter Prawn Seacoconut with Lemon
Review (15)
Deep Fried Roast Chicken with Prawn CrackerThis plate of Deep Fried Roast Chicken with Prawn Cracker seems pretty ordinary. The chicken seems to have been deep fried after decently roasted to give rise to the crispy layer on the skin. It is not too oily and the meat is still considerably juicy, even if you are enjoying the chicken breast part. But of course, it is better to dip with some Thai sauce that is of sweet and sour tone, which is quite appetizing. To pair it with prawn cracker is another fresh idea too. I personally enjoy prawn cracker a lot more than fish crackers. It is very crispy and at times, do feel like cotton-like softness, thus it is not surprising that I got hooked on to this snack more than the chicken fare continue reading
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Braised Hong Kong Noodle with Noodle & Bean SproutsI find this noodle is quite delectable, although some of my friends don’t seems to be that keen on it Alright, it might come in a big spread on that huge ceramic plate, but taste wise, I think it’s good to go. This is known as Ee Fu noodle, that share resemblance of mee sua, is quite smooth and springy too. It has some sort like was layer on the outside that prevent it from being too soggy. But the gravy that accompany the noodle is savory, nicely cooked with fishcakes and lots of fragrant parsley too. continue reading
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Steamed Broccoli with Stewed Mushroom & Shredded CuttlefishAs it is known, this grandeur restaurant prides itself with serving delicate and subtle modern Cantonese cuisine with a focus of healthy eating. As you could see from this dish; Steamed Broccoli with Stewed Mushroom & Shredded Cuttlefish, the broccoli is just blanched before topping off with the juicy mushroom and the fragrant shredded cuttlefish. There are a mixture of mushrooms like button mushroom as well as shitake mushroom, to better up the flavor when eating it with a plate of white rice as they are good at absorbing the gravy. The cuttlefish does lend some oceanic taste to the vegetable dish, thus making it sweeter. continue reading
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Chilled Sea Coconut with Rambutan in Lemon SyrupOf course, some dessert are not to be missed for every dining experience as far as possible. This Chilled Sea Coconut with Rambutan in Lemon Syrup is surely a new combo to me. Rather than the conventional sea coconut with longan, the rambutan fruit actually is much more enjoyable with its thicker flesh to munch on. The porous part of it also helps to absorb the zestiness of the lemon syrup. However, I think the addition of the lemon syrup somehow complicate the dish in a way, and the better way would be by just adding rock sugar as the replacement. It would then be a simpler but clearer taste pleasantly. continue reading
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Steamed Red Mullet with Light Soya SauceComes to crème de la cream of my every meal; fish. No matter how they are prepared, they still remain one of my all-time favorite. In this case, we are served with Steamed Red Mullet with Light Soya Sauce. Whenever the seafood is fresh, it’s encouraged to have it steamed so to unleash the sweetness within. Like in this case, the fish meat is soft and tender, that goes well with just soya sauce and best taken with a plate of white rice. You should ask for a moderate size of fish so that the meat won’t be too coarse. With just the addition of julienned carrot and ginger alongside some scallions, the dish is perfectly ready to go! continue reading
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