With the Chinese New Year season still flying high up in the air, we started off with Fruit Yee Sang . And truly flew high the cuttlefish tossed with pomelo, strawberries, crispy crackers, aromatic thinly sliced herbs and the sauces. Certainly a dish appreciated once a year for the crunch-munch and sweet sour burst, every bit was jolted off.
Next the roasted pork - crazily crackling on the outside and tender crumbly meat inside, the time favourite of mine, wiped off very soon by the colleagues as well.
The square soft tofu pieces with mushrooms in a runny soy based sauce just enough for equal portioning. Crumbly in the mouth the tofu, a mildly flavoured tasty dish, finished and done before receiving the glass noodles stir fried with black beans, mushrooms, tofu, tofu sheets and Chinese cabbage.
The saltiness I wasn't impressed but its suppose be like that the Chinese colleague assured. Leaving the dish aside, I was more keen in the lamb ribs in dark sauce, tad bit of frozen mixed vegetables and plated with salad leaves, tomato and some powdery stuff. Served as individual dishes the four pieces of succulent lamb, lamb and the Chinese style sauce worked well together.
Two desserts were the sweet closing for this sweet farewell - chewable red beans with black glutinous rice and combined with sugar and coconut milk and the thick sweetened peanut dessert, we shared out. These weren't unusual but the true typical ending to a Chinese meal.
The bill for RM275.00 split by three, we were quite pleased with the meal and attentive service in the just another typical Chinese restaurant..