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Consisting of fish paste wrapped in beancurd skin and deep-fried, Lao Jiang’s fried fish sticks were flavourful and crispy. The beancurd skin on the outside was nice and flakey, while the fish paste itself had a bouncy texture. Served with a dip similar to chicken rice chili sauce but with a hint of lime. A great side to go alongside your mains!

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The soup was filled with a variety of ingredients including sliced and minced pork, a fish ball, a meat ball, a slice of abalone, a prawn, and two of their signature fried fish sticks. The broth itself had a rich umami flavour that was rather addictive.

With each bowl of soup, you get the option of choosing rice/ porridge or a variety of dry/ soup noodles. We got the dry hor fun which consisted of silky smooth rice noodles served with a generous amount of sweet black sauce. It could however, have been spicier, so my advice to fans of spicy food would be to request for them to add more chili sauce, or to use the sliced red chilies they provide. Overall, a comforting bowl of soup that is sure to hit the spot.

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I ordered this to go with the vinegar pork trotters, but it didn’t work too well. I think still gotta go with hard boiled egg. This yolk was nice and runny. Would have been perfect with ramen. Just didn’t match well with the vinegar gravy.

Stuffed dough fritters deep fried with chef’s home made sauce. Not sure why this dish was called Kyoto since I detected no Japanese vibe from it. It was definitely crunchy. Nice texture contrast with the chewy bouncy fish(?) paste inside. Not a fan of the chef’s home made sauce since it was a bit on the tomatoey side. I prefer to dip this in their kick-ass chili sauce.

This set comprised of the Signature Superior Soup and Chicken Stewed with Double Boiled Soup + Essence of Chicken with rice. Original price was $23.50. From 24 April to 12 May 2019. Not valid for take away. You can redeem a free pack of Beetroot Essence on Mother’s Day.

I absolutely loved this. The ingredients were fresh and so value for money. Look at the size of that prawn! Almost like a mini lobster. Of cos they were not always that big, I was especially blessed that day. Compared to the $6 version, this was much more worth it. Soup was also sweeter cos more seafood inside. They used a soup base and used that to boil the ingredients upon receiving the order.

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