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The famous ecstasy rice (char Siew+pork lard+ fried egg) was a big disappointment: pork lard was full of (smelly) oil taste, char Siew sauce was too sweet for my liking.
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Toufu was good; yin yong (Cantonese noodles) was too burnt... .
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Soft tofu squares in a slightly spicy and piquant gravy. I’d definitely recommend getting this as a side if you’re dining here!

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It doesn’t look like much, but everything on the plate was jam-packed with flavours. The siew yoke is perfect; crispy skin on tender meat that’s not overly salty. You can opt to have the meat with noodles or rice.

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A rice bowl filled with melt-in-your-mouth glass char siew, blanched kailan, topped with a luscious fried egg and pork lard. So satisfying that I didn’t share.

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If you're Stephen Chow fans, you might be familiar with this 黯然銷魂飯 that appear in the movie.

A new restaurant opened up in publika serving Cantonese cuisine. From roasted pork, bbq pork, roasted duck to various of stir fry dishes for sharing.

Trying out the sorrowful rice which come with sticky bbq pork, fried egg, veg and most importantly deep fried pork lard. The succulent bbq pork that in perfect ratio of fat and lean with the sweet cha siew sauce, too good to stop.

Shall return to try out their other item on the menu soon

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Signature ecstasy rice RM19.90
Hokkien mee RM18.90

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