Chinese

Chinese

Featuring Hand in Hand Beijing Restaurant, Shanghai La Mian Xiao Long Bao (Alexandra Village Food Centre), Qin Ji Rougamo (Guoco Tower)
H. Chunwen
H. Chunwen

Ordered a Pork Rougamo ($4.90) and Grass Jelly Milk Tea ($2.90). Prices are exclusive of GST.

The Pork Rougamo consisted of shredded pork meat and capsicum in a baked crispy (and flaky) bun. The bun was 💯 and the filling was so flavourful and juicy! Only towards the end you’d realise that the juice was relatively oily but it wasn’t jelak and I think it’s fairly worth the calories for this taste 😂

The Grass Jelly Milk Tea was smooth and not too sweet, I’d say it’s worth purchasing!

Would come back to try the main dishes!

Specifically travelled here for their xiao long bao and fried dumplings with leek & shrimp but ended up having other favourite items 😂

Ordered the xiao long bao ($5.80 for 5pcs), fried dumplings with leek & shrimp($8.80), Beijing styled noodles with soybean pasta ($6.80), steamed chicken with chilli sauce and kelp side dish.

Xiao Long Bao was flavourful, and skin was relatively thin yet chewy. The fried dumplings with leek & shrimp had a layer of crisp to it and the skin was chewy too, but seemed overwhelming after having quite a few. Kelp side dish was good in balancing out the jelak-ness of the other dishes.

My favourite two were the Beijing styled noodles with soybean pasta and steamed chicken with chilli sauce. The noodle texture was chewy and really good while the chicken was cold and appetising.

Price point was really good too, will be back to try other items in their menu!

Came on a Sunday around 12pm, queued about 30min for this stall! Ordered the Gyoza ($6), Chilli Oil Vinegar Dumplings ($5.50) and 炸酱面 ($4). Gyoza has a chewy bite and crispy edges, was not as oily as I expected. The Chilli Oil Vinegar Dumpling is by far one of the best that I’ve had! Definitely recommended! 炸酱面 was on the sweeter side, noodle texture is good but I personally prefer the savoury type.

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