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2013-09-30 786 views
When my sis approached me and asked whether will I be interested in having dinner at Royal Flush, I nodded in happiness as I have seen so many photos of this traditionally designed Chinese restaurant. Resembling chinese shrine or imperial palace, the price of dining here is rather "royal" too, but thanks to Groupon we get to dine at a more affordable rate. Going against the usual norm of overlooking how spacious a restaurant is upon entering, all we saw was these giant vases which were located e
(Pan-fried chicken sprinkled with seaweed)
Top that again with crispy and salty dried shrimps.
Quite a special combination to call for Royal Flush signature dish. Hong Kong Style Steamed Patin
Though the sauce was good, this dish has lacked 2 keys to perfect steamed fish: fresh fish and good timing. What a waste to this Patin fish.
My favourite dish of that night; silky smooth tofu being deep-fried and braised in the sea of dried scallops, top shell, and mushroom. No particular name in the menu so I would like to name it "Kopiko", the coffee candy because it tasted exactly like one. Royal Flush managed to surprise us with this dessert that doesn't seem to tally with the imperial impression that it is trying to build.
Total damage was RM240 for 6 pax (after 60% discount). I wouldn't come back at a full price of RM100 per pax for the same food. In fact, I'd rather spend my money elsewhere.