The main is a mangalica pork chop marinated with black char siew sauce and comes with roasted celeriac, apple & raisin and cider jus. The pork chop was extremely tender and juicy, although it turned out to be very oily towards the end as the oil and marinate are left behind on the plate. The sweet marinate on the pork tasted exactly like the usual char siew with some charred edges. It also comes with a fried glutinous rice ball with a yam center but it was dry and did not help to cut the greasiness down from the meat. Overall, another strong tasting dish which left me wanting gulps of ice water to wash it all down.