012-0667 7944
Opening Hours
12:00 - 15:00
18:00 - 21:00
Mon - Sun
12:00 - 15:00
18:00 - 21:00
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Signature Dishes
Crispy Duck Fried Yam Kam Heong Chicken Cubes Lobster Mixer Stir Fried Fish
Review (3)
Level4 2013-02-17
Posting another review, but this time with more photos!This is erm.. fish lip soup (RM 100) =x Sounds gross but actually yummy! It's not too starchy and tastes better than shark's fin soup.And here's the grand Lobster platter (RM 200)! Comes with fried batter prawns, creamy yam basket with kung pao fried chicken meat, century eggs, squid, super-duper-yummy jellyfish, lobster salad, abalone and more. I don't know how he makes the jellyfish so good! It's crunchy and so well marinated.Whole duck for RM 60. Love the crispy skin and juicy meat inside. Not too fatty or oily.Fried lotus root with macadamia nuts, mushrooms, carrots, gingko nuts etc. RM 60 as well which we think is worth it for all the macadamias! Great choice for those of you who don't eat leafy vegetables.'Lap ngap fan' or translated as wax duck rice =/ (RM 55) I'm not a fan of this rice but my family said it's really good. Dessert started with honeydew sago tong sui (RM 15). The soup is really murky as he blended the honeydew into it so we could taste the natural sweetness of the fruit. It was full of sago as well!Looked forward to this the entire night! 'Woh peng' and caramel yam (RM 25). The woh peng is basically pancake with red bean paste inside. Made on the spot so it's still warm. Next to it is sticks of fried yam coated in caramel and sprinkled with sesame seeds. You bite through the crispy sweet caramel and reach the melting yam inside. Yummm~~Bill was RM 525 for 10 pax which is really cheap considering the kind of food we had! Highly recommend this place. continue reading
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