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2014-03-22 813 views
We had a gathering for some of the colleagues at office. We decided to eat something expensive. After searching everywhere, we decided to come here. The place was teemed with people. We initially wanted to order the table set meal at RM 599 but then thank god we decided against it because not all the set items are what we want. The first dish we ordered was the most expensive suckling pig (a baby pig) I have ever eaten. It cost RM 168 and I cannot believe anyone spending so much for a pig! It wa
The first dish we ordered was the most expensive suckling pig (a baby pig) I have ever eaten. It cost RM 168 and I cannot believe anyone spending so much for a pig! It was just normal to me as I did not like pig. But for the sake of review, I would express and say it is very crispy and had a layer of fat beneath the skin.
To my disappointment, the Tiger Prawns were too small and not as big as expected. The prawns are just normal and cost RM 47.50! The sauce in which it was cooked was a tad too salty.
The Fried Kai Lan with fried green leaves was the bestseller and was amazing at only RM 28. It was really delicious and fragrant.
The steamed slices of red snapper was just normal and cooked in soya sauce. The price was RM 65, too expensive for simple fish. We added RM 10 to deep fry the bones of the fish which turned out to be very crispy and tasty when they served it in some fried white stuff.
The Fried Vermecelli with Bihun together with seafood was amazing and very well worth the price of only RM 18! There were so much ingredients too.
The Signature Hor Fun at RM 22 was quite tasty but simple with very little ingredients. There was a small piece of fried stuff on top, something like fake fish maw.