One of the items in the Small Bites menu that was recommended was this Chili Sea Salt Wings (S$14.00 for 6 pieces), which was marinated in coconut milk and seasoned by Sichuan pepper and sea salt, before coated with tapioca flour and deep fried till crispy.

I quite liked this dish because the flavour was neither bland nor intense, which made it score a little better than the typical “har cheong gai” from the Zi Char stalls.

The only drawback about this dish was its price. It was only after appearing in front of my eyes that I realised that the 6 pieces referred to 3 whole wings. Given such a price point of about S$5.00 per wing, I would settle for a burger or pasta anytime, just to be certain that I had indeed eaten something substantial.